Flood warnings are in effect for areas of western New York in the aftermath of last week’s storm that dropped as many as 80 inches of snow i…
Before Sunday, temperatures haven’t reached in the 50s even for 10 days.
Columbia Gas of Massachusetts is encouraging customers to stay safe by recognizing the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning.
For a quarter century, recyclables have been sent to a facility in Springfield. 22News is working for you with how important the “MRF” is.
Warmer temperatures and rain could compound problems for Buffalo buildings buried under feet of snow.
Cameras rolled on a helicopter’s bird’s eye view.
Everyone’s talking about all the snow out near Buffalo. 22News takes a look at predictions for this winter and what it could mean for WMass.
Winter is about a month away but we’ve already had some winter weather and it’s very important to look out for your pets this time of year.
Truckers and other motorists stranded by massive snow storm dig in at a truck stop in LeRoy, New York.
Western New York deals with huge snowfall totals. Local and state leaders continue to ask residents to stay inside and stay off roads.
Forecasters say a rapid weekend warmup, with temperatures as high as 60 and rain, could turn all that snow into floods.
Connecticut’s DOT is sending equipment and personnel to Buffalo to help clean up massive amounts of snow blanketing the area.
It may be the middle of November but lately it’s felt more like the beginning of January and not just here in western Massachusetts.
It may be Nov. but it sure has been feeling more like Jan. 22News explains if this cold is an indication of what this winter might be like.
You might not be thinking about doing yard work right now, but there’s a few things you can do to make sure your grass looks good in the spr…
Even though winter-like air arrived early, it’s not too late to protect your trees from the harsh cold during the next few months.
As of Wednesday afternoon, the Buffalo Bills are planning to play their game against the New York Jets on Sunday at 1 p.m.