Three people were killed, and numerous homes and businesses were destroyed in the June 1, 2011, tornado.
An audit by the federal government claims the City of Springfield mishandled disaster relief funding given after the June 2011 tornado.
Harriet Tubman Park in the Old Hill neighborhood lost numerous trees in the June 1, 2011 tornado.
Rico Daniele’s market was heavily damaged in the 2011 tornado. He told 22News he got nervous when he heard about Friday’s Tornado Watch.
22News has a look back at the devastation from the June 2011 tornado, and shows you how far we’ve come to rebuild.
A group of Monson volunteers took a walk of remembrance Wednesday night, to reflect on the good that came from the tornado.
Springfield’s South End sustained damages during the tornado. 22News shows how one company could turn this rubble into riches.
The tornado went through Springfield into Eastern Hampden County. 22News went to Monson 5 years later where much has changed.
June 1st tornado took a life, and destroyed countless trees as it tore through Brimfield. 22News shows how much damage is still obvious.
22News spoke with one man in Springfield’s East Forest Park, who was thrown 30 feet from his home by the June 1st tornado, 5 years ago.
Residents are still shocked even 5 years after a tornado ripped through Springfield. 22News shows how the City’s South End has changed.
There were about 15 people staying at the campgrounds when the tornado hit.
If you lose your home, or if you have significant damage, will you be financially responsible?
The new regional Catholic high school is being built on the site of the former Cathedral High School, which was destroyed in the 2011 tornad…
It was around the southeast corner of West Springfield where the tornado touch down, but it wasn’t a tornado that came without warning.
22News takes a look at where tornadoes are most common in Massachusetts, and when they are most likely to happen.
Here is a look back at some significant twisters that have touched down in our region.
The strength of tornadoes is measured using the Enhanced Fujita Scale, which runs from levels EF-0 through EF-5.
The tornado carved a path from Westfield to Charlton, where three people were killed and dozens of homes were completely destroyed.
22News went to Wilbraham on Tuesday to get a got first hand look at the rebuilding process 5 years after the June 1, 2011 tornado.