Volunteers are being sought for a tornado cleanup blitz in central and western Massachusetts.
Western Massachusetts residents are getting federal help removing trees and other debris left by the tornadoes that struck last month.
The New England Patriots Charitable foundation had some great news for the residents of Springfield on Wednesday, announcing that just two weeks into their fundraising they had surpassed their goal of $200,000 in tornado relief.
The New England Patriots are doing their part to help the victims of the Massachusetts tornadoes.
Gov. Deval Patrick has signed a $54 million spending bill that includes $15 million to pay for costs incurred during the response to the recent tornadoes that tore through in central and western Massachusetts.
President Barack Obama has declared that a major disaster exists in Massachusetts following the June 1 tornadoes, making the state eligible for federal disaster aid.
A Monson family whose home was destroyed by the tornadoes that struck the state on June 1 has found all seven of its cats alive.
The Red Cross says it has raised about $1 million already to help the victims of the tornadoes earlier this month in western and central Massachusetts, but there is still more work to be done.
911 calls in West Springfield paint a picture of urgency as the tornadoes swept through Massachusetts last week.
Seniors at Monson High School have finally graduated, a week after their town was devastated by a tornado, and their principal says the students have “stepped up” during the tragedy.