A funeral service will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Northampton.
Agawam Mayor Bill Sapelli, West Springfield Mayor Will Reichelt, and state Representative Nick Boldyga were among the guests.
Residents said speeding cars have caused many accidents at a blind curve, as well as countless close calls at that intersection.
A workshop was held at the Agawam Senior Center to get public input on creating an improvement financial district.
Northampton commissioned research that found the city could lose millions once “MGM Springfield” opens.
Chief Mason explained that when Hadley police arrived at the storage unit, they found an unloaded, but unsecured shotgun.
One man is recovering in Baystate Medical Center this morning after being shot in the leg in Springfield.
Smith College said that the student is in the hospital, and they are working to contact anyone who came in close contact with her.
Union workers rallied in Springfield with a goal of drumming up support for labor unions.
This means the case affecting “Dreamers” will have to work its way through the lower courts before any Supreme Court ruling is possible.
Massachusetts is among 11 states with animal abuse registry bills pending in their legislatures.
The pair was arrested over the weekend after an officer discovered seven chickens in the back of their vehicle.
The Voice on NBC returned Monday night for its 14th season and there was one face western Massachusetts watched for.
The commission plans to revisit the regulations for delivery and social consumption in October after conducting more research.
Nurses from Baystate Franklin Medical Center withdrew their one day strike notice on Friday after the hospital group agreed to negotiate.
To cope with the potential deficit, the PVTA is proposing raising some fares and eliminating some services.
Monday’s day of action is one of more than 300 similar actions taking place across the nation.
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Greenfield Mayor William Martin describes the lawsuit as “misguided and misdirected.”