Joe Curran founded Bullet Blocker 11-years-ago after the shooting at Virginia Tech.
The claim is that Toyota used a soy-based plastic coating over electrical wires which attracted mice and other rodents.
Chief Charles Dodge voluntarily resigned two weeks ago, after five and half years as chief.
Thousands of people marched in the Holyoke St. Patrick’s Day Parade, but Holyoke City Councilor Nelson Roman wasn’t one of them.
Snow is expected to taper off into flurries by 8:00 Thursday morning.
Wednesday at LYA, students participated in a program where they got to experience life in Egypt during this time.
The program was created after midwives started noticing an increase in babies being born with a dependency to opioids.
If passed, the new town charter would install a 13-member town council to replace 240 town meeting members.
Nearly a dozen Cambridge College graduates took their first next step to joining the hospitality industry in Springfield.
The snow has been falling to our South in southern Connecticut, but has taken it’s time getting here.
The program is designed to help prospective teachers get classroom experience while finishing up their masters degree.
It’s been bumpy road this winter for drivers traveling on Old Stage Road in Westfield.
March is a transition month of leaving the bitter cold of winter and the start of warmer temperatures.
Relief is on the way for a Springfield neighborhood forced to contend with an illegal dumping site.
It’s the start of a new chapter for Pomeroy’s Sugar House in Westfield.
Parents are very concerned about the false school threats being posted online.