Nine crews and supervisors from the Springfield area were sent to Danielson and East Hampton, Connecticut to restore power.
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Police in Ludlow have found a dog who they say ran away from a car crash site Tuesday morning.
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National Grid says power outages are due to the winter weather that moved through western Massachusetts Monday night into Tuesday morning.
MassDOT is warning drivers to use caution Tuesday morning due to wet, icy and slush covered roads.
22News spoke with the Mayor of West Springfield who believes cameras placed at red lights could cut down on speeding.
With winter conditions, there’s a chance you’ll be sanding or salting your walkways. Make sure to keep your pets safety in mind.
Holyoke Police closed a section of Cherry Street, Monday night, after a collision involving three cars near Community Field.
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The New England Patriots are heading to the Super Bowl, which also means schemers are preying on fans who are searching for tickets.
New closures in downtown Springfield this week so contractors can perform demolition work for the I-91 reconstruction project.
Demolition on the Deerfield Academy hockey rink will begin in March to make way for a new $52-million athletic complex.
Stephanie Start was presented with the basketball used in the game by her coach as a memento for the occasion.
The wintry mix of weather passing through western Massachusetts, Monday night, caused roads to be slippery and difficult for drivers.
The American Red Cross urges any town officials, or friends and family, to donate blood.
People took part in women’s marches around the world on Saturday. 22News spoke with local women who marched in Washington D.C.
The new Registry location on St. James Avenue is about 70% larger than the former RMV on Liberty Street downtown.
A report of a man going around checking out car door handles to see which vehicles were unlocked, resulted in an arrest Sunday morning.
Residents can bring old or unwanted prescription drugs to drop off boxes at police stations around western Massachusetts.