22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin has a look at what to expect during the month of May.
Franklin County residents are getting tired of the snow, especially the ones who want to start gardening.
The Springfield Board of Public Health voted last month to establish a needle exchange program in the city.
Yet another round of April snow could bring a light accumulation to western Massachusetts.
Local residents have seen their fair share of wet weather, including snow, but warm air and sunshine are needed to make things grow.
There are some buds on some trees, but you'll have to wait awhile until the blossoms and leaves come out.
Gould's Sugarhouse is calling it an average maple syrup season, but residents said the syrup tastes as good as ever.
The family was forced to relocate to Massachusetts after Hurricane Maria without their dog Daya.