South Hadley Fire Chief Bob Authier told 22News firefighters responded to calls about a fire at 15 Waite Avenue.
The most recent one happened at the Westfield Bank on Center Street in Chicopee on Thursday.
Three minority students reportedly attacked a white student in the school’s parking lot after the victim allegedly used a racial slur.
Since 2003, there have been three Powerball jackpot winners, Mavis being the fourth.
Visitors got to sample refreshments from local breweries, food from local restaurants, and meet the native animals at the Forest Park zoo.
Attorneys and financial experts agree that managing $400 million is not something you should do alone.
Police said the woman took the donation jar and placed it in her bag.
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is still a few months away from hitting theaters, but fans are about to get a glimpse at a new character.
Some refineries are expected to shut down until the storm passes, possibly disrupting gasoline supplies and drivers may see the impact.
More than half of minimum wage workers say they have to work more than one job to make ends meet.
Guests of a party where a son and granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy were arrested are disputing the report by Massachusetts police.
A 50-year-old woman faces charges including operating under the influence of drugs and leaving the scene of a crash.
Police condemned the newspaper and called the incident “unsettling” but said he believes the houses were chosen randomly.
City spokeswoman Laura Oggeri says Arroyo was terminated “after a comprehensive internal investigation.”
Dogs were checked by veterinarians, taken to the San Juan airport and then flown in two planes provided by “Wings of Rescue.”
Bob Bolduc, the founder of Pride Station & Stores told 22News the store could get up to $50-thousand dollars for selling the winning ticket.
Lottery officials initially announced the winning ticket was sold in Watertown but it was actually purchased in Chicopee.
The Powerball winner was more likely to get struck by lightning twice in their lifetime then win the lottery.
Gibson was sentenced to one year in prison for larceny and possession of a class A substance in 2016.
The move aims to win back customers who may have found “good enough” options for lower cost at other chains.