The tornado of five years ago devastated the neighborhood, but it had at least one positive impact.
Wednesday night, 22News will have special live team coverage from the communities hit hardest by the June 1, 2011 tornado.
Photo galleries of the tornado damage in several towns.
It’s been 5 years since the June 1, 2011 tornado, and there’s still evidence of the destruction in Springfield’s South End.
Five years after a devastating tornado, Hollow Road in Brimfield is no longer a tree-covered hillside.
Church bells rang across Springfield to mark the moment the June 1st tornado tore a path of destruction across the city.
While progress has been made in Springfield, there are millions of dollars worth of projects that have barely begun.
Two people were killed when a tornado tore through West Springfield. Angelica Guerrero died when her Union Street home collapsed. She was pr…
Four years after the June 1, 2011 tornado, the South End Community Center still needs a permanent home.
Since the third anniversary last year, the community has planted trees, landscaped uprooted areas, and opened a new town hall.
Residents in Wilbraham said the memory of the June 1st tornado, four years ago, is still very fresh in their minds.
Here is a look back at the path taken by the tornado, as it happened.
Monday marks four years since a powerful EF-3 tornado ripped through several western Massachusetts communities.
At 4:38pm, Mayor Sarno has asked all religious organizations to chime bells marking the moment the tornado touched down.
From that destruction came new opportunities for families.
Four years is enough time to rebuild and repair, but for some, there will never be enough time to bring back what the tornado took away.
Numerous buildings destroyed in the June 1 tornado have been rebuilt; but one of the largest structures destroyed in the twister has not.
A long-vacant, tornado-damaged building in Springfield’s Six Corners neighborhood is coming down.
Heavy equipment is being used to tear down two Springfield homes that city officials say has been eyesores for several years.
Springfield Mayor Sarno announced the creation of the Disaster Recovery Home Repair Program that will provide 0% interest forgivable loans.