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Firefighters were called to a one-story brick house on Monrovia Street after 6:00 A.M.
Burst pipes and damaging ice dams are among the concerns as the weather gets warmer during the day.
Chicopee Street heading towards the 22News station has been reduced to one lane.
The 10,000 square foot mansion was put on the market in 2010, but there has been no interest from residential buyers.
MassDOT spokesman Patrick Marvin told 22News there will be overnight closures Thursday night so crews can install the lines.
MassDOT told 22news they are committed to maintaining a safe transportation system.
According to the Holyoke City Hall Facebook page, police have been ticketing and towing cars ignoring the parking ban.
South Hadley town meeting members approved two articles relating to retail recreational pot sales.
The law bans the use of security cameras in the downtown area with a few exceptions.
Over 100 elective town meeting members will vote on 18 different articles.
More than 600 out of the nearly 7,000 Franklin County families that rely on fuel assistance have already used up their tank and a half of oi…
As you’re traveling on I-91 North and I-91 South the white lines disappear, making it difficult for drivers to switch lanes.
The state is providing $6 million in funding to help make improvements to parks throughout Massachusetts.
With snow covering roofs all across the pioneer valley, the freeze/thaw cycle can create ice dams, which form icicles on the edge of your ro…
Even though this is a well deserved warm up, there are some concerns homeowners need to look out for.
Governor Charlie Baker urged Massachusetts U.S. Attorney, Andrew Lelling, to focus on the opioid crisis, instead of marijuana enforcement.
By necessity, that’s when the massive snow removal work began the clear the way for weekend attractions.
Shawn Bronson and Michael Payne have since been nominated as western Massachusetts Red Cross Hometown Heroes.
The Springfield Business Improvement District is encouraging more people to have their lunch at local restaurants.