If you’re tired of winter there is a sign that spring is not too far away, daylight saving time begins this weekend.
There was plenty of sunshine Thursday but if you stepped outside you know just how cold it was. There is also still quite a bit of snow on the ground and now it has gotten pretty hard and crunchy.
With the March 23 Holyoke St. Patrick’s Parade a little more than two weeks away, many of the sidewalks and tree belts along the parade route are still covered with snow and ice.
In just two weeks, help will be on the way for pothole-weary drivers here in western Massachusetts.
The official start to spring is less than three weeks away, but as frigid temperatures persist in Western Massachusetts, many are feeling like this very cold winter may never end.
Cold rain puts a damper on parades in New Orleans as Carnival season comes to a close.
Frigid temperatures have much of the country in their grip once again.
Frigid temperatures have Iowa sheep farmers struggling to keep their flocks warm.
It’s official: Tuesday morning has been the coldest March 4 on record.
West Springfield schools, like many others, have already used up their five budgeted snow days. Adding those days on at the end of the year means that the last day of school is now scheduled for June 25.