Sealing small and medium-sized cracks on the roadway helps prevent the formation of potholes.
Col. Scott Durham will replace Brig. Gen. Jay Jensen as commander of Westover’s 439th Airlift Wing.
The controlled burn is used to prevent the spread of potential wildfires, and to destroy invasive plants.
The American Red Cross was helping a family of five, Thursday night, who lost their house in a fire in Granby.
The base’s C-5Bs left one-by-one for modernization and will return as C-5 M Super Galaxy models.
Westover’s proximity to Europe and its long runways make it a reliable stop for military aircraft and units.
The melting snow in Vermont and New Hampshire may cause some minor flooding in Massachusetts along the lower Connecticut River.
The temperature at Westover Air Reserve Base reached 80 degrees Monday night, breaking a record that lasted more than 60 years!
The purpose of the burn is to make sure the grass stays healthy, and to prevent the spread of wildfires.
It is the beginning of the end for pothole problems in western Massachusetts, as DPW crews now have hot patch to make repairs.
The remains of Korean War soldier Corporal Jules Hauterman, Jr. is returning to Holyoke. Calling hours will be from 4PM to 6PM on Thursday.
The jets arrived at Westover on Sunday for a refueling stop.
The smell of burning plastic spread from Holyoke to Chicopee after trailers filled with Comcast remotes caught fire.
While it wasn’t officially a blizzard, our March nor’easter was the second biggest storm ever recorded at Westover ARB.
Many restaurants in western Massachusetts were closed on Tuesday because of the snow storm, which cut into profits.
MassDOT is reminding drivers to clear any snow from car roofs and headlights before heading out Wednesday morning.
Here is a look at snowfall totals around western Massachusetts.
Friends and family will gather Saturday for the funeral of a soldier from Ware.
Hundreds of people paid their respects Friday night to a soldier from Ware who was killed while serving in Iraq last month.