State police told 22News in a matter of minutes there were a half a dozen accidents reported.
Many areas picked up a dusting, but will not pick up more snow this afternoon.
A longtime Chicopee police captain, who twice led the department as acting chief, has passed away.
Easthampton Police said the clean up of the hydraulic oil has been completed.
State and local leaders are scheduled to meet in Holyoke Friday morning to review the progress of the Opening Doors Plan.
Police said the woman is safe at her home Friday morning.
Staying off the streets is the challenge. 22News spoke with an ex-inmate about her road to success and how she did it.
Ware residents requiring hospitalization may have to soon travel to Palmer. 22News spoke with residents who don’t want that to happen.
Chicopee Police arrested a homeless man, Thursday afternoon, who is suspected of robbing a Subway on Center Street last Saturday.
The West Springfield DPW hung flags and cleaned the roadways of the funeral procession route for Virginia Police Officer Ashley Guindon.
Demolition crews are still working to bring down the old Holyoke Armory building after it partially collapse earlier this week.
The State Treasurers office says they’ve identified more than $54,000 new pieces of unclaimed properties worth millions of dollars.
Six Flags Entertainment Corp, announced Thursday the debut of its new, ground-breaking virtual reality roller coasters.
One Springfield neighborhood wants drivers to stop speeding where their kids often play in the street.
More than 400,000 people are dealing with a gambling addiction in Massachusetts, and soon the state with have 3 or 4 casinos.
More than 30 western Massachusetts firefighters are preparing to literally climb their way to fight Multiple Sclerosis this weekend.
There is renewed concerns about lithium ion batteries after a Northampton police officer’s flashlight exploded in his cruiser last Friday.
More than 15,000 people are in prison right now in WMass. 22News uncovered how these inmates make the transition back into society.
A bill is gaining momentum on Beacon Hill that would raise the legal age to buy tobacco to 21 years old.
Springfield Police Narcotics officers found heroin, marijuana, cocaine and oxycodone during the raid.