Crews from the Russell Sewer Department told 22News that they have been trying to fix the problem, but they are having trouble reaching it.
22News spoke with some demonstrators about their concerns with the proposed Kinder Morgan natural gas pipeline.
22News was at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home on Monday as the Governor Charlie Baker swore in a new Chairman to the Board of Trustees.
Mr. Rooter in Holyoke spent the weekend and Monday morning working around the clock, after being flooded with calls from homeowners.
This effect known as “Sea Smoke”, “Frost smoke” or “Steam Fog” occurs when very cold air pushes over “relatively” warmer waters.
Puerto Rican health officials are desperately trying to control the rise in Zika virus infections.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation says the bridge is deteriorating, and will need to be repaired or replaced.
It was a good day to be on the slopes today, if you dressed for it. 22News went to Blandford Ski area to check on the conditions.
Temperatures Monday morning followed suit with this weekend’s frigid, cold temperatures.
It was still a fairly frigid start to the day on Monday. 22News spoke to residents who are looking forward to Tuesday’s milder temperatures.
Good-natured and full of curiosity, Dash would be an ideal first bunny for someone new to keeping a house rabbit.
Two lanes of the highway were closed before Exit 17, late Monday afternoon, causing traffic to back up into Northampton.
Frigid temperatures means frozen pipes, but a big warm up could be on the way, plus how far would you go for a free lunch?
At one Springfield restaurant, a “free” lunch may come at the cost of your comfort.
22News has received several calls and e-mails from viewers claiming difficulty with their cable service.
Mortgage rates keep falling, making it easier for buyers to get more for their money.
For many industries, Presidents’ Day is the first big shopping day of the new year.
Observed on the third Monday in February, Presidents’ Day falls between the birthdays of Presidents Washington and Lincoln.
Monday morning started with temperatures from 5 to 15 degrees below zero in western Mass.
As New Englanders, we’re always prepared for frigid temperatures, but that’s a different story when it comes to our electronics.