Funds will allow wastewater, stormwater and drinking water system operators to inventory and assess infrastructure, then plan to improve.
Several communities have season-long parking bans in effect. We will continue to update this list as new bans come in.
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May Hill Road is located off of Route 32 (Stafford Road).
The Community Compact signed in Worthington will benefit the hilltown’s zoning laws and create a digital file system for the town’s records.
The presence of oil and other fluids made the fire more difficult to put out.
Another round of snow will bring several inches of accumulation throughout western Massachusetts.
Most people who get the flu recover within two weeks, but some people are at risk for complications that can be serious or even deadly.
Voters in a special town meeting Tuesday will consider whether to place a moratorium on legal marijuana sales in the town of Southampton.
In a news release sent to 22News from MGM, the new corporate office, soon to be called “One MGM Way,” is located at 95 State Street.
MassDOT plans to evaluate the situation and consider their options given the weather conditions.
Slabs of ice several feet wide and multiple inches thick have formed off of the Connecticut River, where chunks of ice cover the water.
Homeless people who have been living in a wooded area in West Springfield have been asked to leave the property.
Western Massachusetts restaurants benefit every time the Patriots make it into the playoffs and this season has been no different.
An artist shared photos of his 8-foot-tall snow cat he made during the frigid weather and the outcome of the warming temperatures.
Yianni Kourakis reports from Gillette Stadium Monday night with how the Pats are preparing for the big game.
Depending on the road, MassDOT or your local DPW may be responsible for pothole repairs.
A little league field in Athol was completely flooded when the Millers River overflowed its banks this weekend.
The DeBerry school is rich in black history. Founded in 1950, the school is named in honor of Springfield native, Reverend William DeBerry.