We’ve all been dealing with very cold temps. 22News is working for you with a reminder to never leave your kids or pets alone in cold cars.
Gov. Charlie Baker blamed ongoing delays on MBTA commuter rail and subway lines on a mix of bad weather, aging subway lines and lawsuits del…
After two snow storms in one week, snow banks are piled high in WMass. 22News discovered they’re starting to cause trouble.
Franklin Regional Transit Authority is operating again and drivers are back on the roads, but drivers could still run into problems because …
It only happens every few years and those with clear skies will see this beautiful pairing.
Changing weather conditions will make shoveling more difficult in the coming days, 22News is working for you with safe shoveling tips.
BOSTON (AP) — Forecasters from Philadelphia to Portland, Maine, have warned that “flash freezing” could make roads dangerously slippery a da…
BOSTON (AP) — Frigid temperatures descended on the northern tier of the country Tuesday, and while it’s not the coldest weather of the seaso…
There’s still a lot of snowplowing to be done all across western Massachusetts. 22News has been tracking the impact of Monday’s snowstorm.
The snow may have stopped, but the clean up will likely go on all night and into the morning in WMass, and more snow is coming this week.
22News is working for you with a checklist of what needs to be shoveled around your home after a snowstorm.
During a snowstorm, many of us try to stay home. 22News explains how some business take advantage of the conditions and brave the storm.
If Punxsutawney Phil’s forecast is right, then spring is still far off for many parts of the United States.
A monster storm slamming the Northeast: winter storm warnings in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and across New England.
As people across New England celebrated the Patriots’ big win in Super Bowl XLIX, heavy snow began to come down across the region.
A parking ban is still in effect in Springfield, but plows are still having a difficult time getting around some parked cars.
Before Boston residents could recover from last week’s blizzard, Mother Nature dropped even more snow on the City on Monday.