Months after a massive explosion that could be felt for miles, all traces of the Scores Gentlemen’s Club are now disappearing from downtown Springfield.
Springfield's chief economic development official says city officials plan to ask Columbia Gas for about $1 million for property damage and other costs tied to
Businesses in Springfield's Entertainment District are still struggling after the gas explosion more than three weeks ago.
Santa visited Square One's King Street daycare facility Thursday morning to drop off a $25,000 check.
A Square One pre-school was destroyed by the Springfield gas explosion. On Thursday, they'll get a gift to help them rebuild.
It's been one week since the explosion that devastated Springfield's entertainment district. On Friday, a contingent of local politicians will tour the damage.
Nearly a week after the gas explosion on Worthington Street, it's back to business for some in the entertainment district, but others are facing a long road
State leaders are continuing to monitor the aftermath of last Friday's gas explosion.
22News has new information about the aftermath of Friday's gas explosion and audio of some frantic calls for help.
A Springfield pastor says that the explosion of a downtown strip club on Friday night is the “answer to our prayers.”
A Springfield homeless shelter is closed because of the damage from Friday's natural gas explosion, and it likely won’t reopen for months.
The sight and sounds of the gas explosion on Worthington Street still haunt many people who were in the blast's path.
Police release new video of massive blast that leveled part of downtown Springfield, Massachusetts.
Columbia Gas is still taking claims from people who were affected by Friday night's blast in Springfield, after a worker accidentally hit a gas line.
After taking responsibility for a devastating explosion on Worthington Street, Columbia Gas is now preparing to pay up.