No injuries were reported, but the house may have sustained structural damage.
The extinguishers can become clogged, or require excessive force, and can fail to work during an emergency.
Hats, portraits and other pieces of art were raffled off at the event to help earn money for the Westfield Drug Task Force.
Holyoke received a $75,000 Community Block Grant that was approved by Mayor Alex Morse to rebuilt the Soucey Park.
The new parking machines being installed on Monday, November 6, will require your license plate number, not your numbered space.
Springfield Public Schools have set up a fund to provide school supplies and other necessities for children affected by Hurricane Maria.
WGGB Reporter Ray Hershel received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Valley Press Club.
During rush hour in Springfield’s North End, the intersection of Route 20 and Plainfield Street has been causing drivers delays.
There is no word on how many people have been laid off by the arms manufacturing company.
The armed robbery suspect attempted to rob the Dollar Tree store located on 555 State Street, with a knife.
It’s known as The End of Life Options Act, better known as ‘physician assisted suicide.’
The NTSB is still investigating a plane crash that killed 59-year old NASCAR driver Ted Christopher back on September 16.
The Salvation Army in Holyoke is faced with a formidable challenge: to find five hundred turkeys to donate to needy families.
State lawmakers want to establish policies and procedures for sexual assaults on college campuses across Massachusetts.
Each year, the Massachusetts Adoption Resource Center brings childless couples together with hundreds of children up for adoption.
Expressions of friendship took place on Thursday between Springfield and its sister city Takikawa, Japan.
Waste water has been overflowing from a manhole near the railroad tracks above the Westfield River in Mittineague Park since Wednesday.
Western Massachusetts has picked up quite a bit of rain over the last couple of weeks.
Sunday’s storm left tens of thousands of western Massachusetts residents in the dark.
A plan unveiled Thursday to reduce crime by better protecting Springfield service stations and other business open late at night.