Despite the implied promise that neither snow nor rain nor heat will keep postal couriers from doing their job, Tuesday’s snow did just that…
Now that the snow storm is slowly moving out of western Massachusetts, transportation services are getting somewhat back to normal.
The Friends of the Homeless shelter are now shifting their resources from the snow storm that passed to the freezing temperatures to come.
Roadways are quiet across western Massachusetts in the aftermath of a winter storm that brought snow and wind to our area.
After a day of no flying, flights are about to resume at Bradley International Airport. 22News has the latest flight information.
Many people started shoveling and snow blowing around Noon on Tuesday. 22News found some people out and about after the storm.
Clean-up crews got an early start Tuesday morning in Hampden County. 22News found out how people were handling the storm.
Franklin County was talking feet, but unlike past storms, received inches.
The overall graduation rate of Massachusetts high schools continued to improve, but not every district enjoyed success.
Heavy snow and intense winds hit western Massachusetts on Tuesday morning, as slow-moving major snowstorm continued.
The plow trucks were out early Tuesday as the eastern Hampden County communities got the most accumulation in western Mass.
Less snow fell in Franklin County than in other parts of western Mass. 22News found out how residents fared with the overnight snow storm.
Many Hampshire County residents took matters into their own hands to try and clear the snow. 22News found out how residents dealt with the s…
22News Reporter Kaitlin Goslee live at noon from Route 5 in West Springfield.
22News Reporter Matt Caron live at noon from Springfield.
22News Reporter Alessandra Martinez live at noon from Main Street in Northampton.
22News Meteorologist Adam Strzempko live at noon outside 22News in Chicopee.