August 6, 2011 In an effort to help those affected by the severe storms and tornados in Hampden and Worcester counties on June 1st, the Federal and Massachusetts Emergency Management Agencies known as “FEMA” and […]
Thousands of people are in the dark Wednesday morning after severe storms ripped through Western and Central Massachusetts on Tuesday.
With countless donations headed to tornado-ravaged areas in Massachusetts, the United Way of Tri-County and the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Donation Management System are now helping coordinate the relief effort.
Disaster assessment teams scoured western Massachusetts on Monday to determine whether the state is eligible for federal aid in the wake of last week’s tornadoes.
If you have damage from the storm and need help, there are a couple of hotlines you can call.
Peter Judge of the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency confirms that the agency has confirmed fourth deaths in Wednesday’s tornadoes.
The heavy snow and rain continue to cause problems for buildings and roofs in Massachusetts.
Firefighters responding to a roof collapse at a Springfield home found the resident still asleep in his second-floor bedroom.
The state’s Emergency Management Agency Bunker is open for the storm and there are a few people on duty who aren’t usually there.
As the region heads into the coldest stretch of weather so far this season, state officials are reminding people how to stay safe.