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700 people walked and thousands more attended the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
More than 800 people are signed up to participate in Sunday’s walk supporting care and research on Alzheimer’s here at Holyoke Community Col…
Starting Monday, 22News and the Big E will be teaming up to collect donations for the American Red Cross Hurricane Disaster Relief efforts.
Riders had five rest stops as they traveled across the state to Boston.
Last year, more than one million people attended the Big E, and MassDOT is reminding drivers to give themselves more time.
Hundreds of riders headed out from downtown Springfield for the State House in Boston.
Approximately 50 airmen from Westover Air Reserve Base have been deployed to Florida to help in the relief efforts from Hurricane Irma.
RiseUp Springfield will give business owners the knowledge, tools and connections to run their small businesses more efficiently.
Mayor Domenic Sarno said gang violence is largely to blame for the shootings in Springfield.
Inspection stations will have to upgrade to a new system that requires multiple cameras to record the emissions testing process.
They’ll spend at least 30 days assisting recovery efforts, based from Homestead Air Reserve Base near Miami.
The National Safety Council said students should always stay away from the rear wheels of the bus.
Parts of the Mason Square neighborhood and Forest Park will be covered by the system.
More parts of Springfield will soon have the ShotSpotter system, which alerts the police whenever a gunshot goes off.
Members of the 42nd Aerial Port Squadron are doing their part to help the victims of Hurricane Irma.
The hurricane has already claimed lives, and people here in western Mass. said it will be a scary night for their families in Puerto Rico.
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency is encouraging people to develop emergency plans, build an emergency kit, and be informed.
Flood insurance policies take 30 days to go into effect, so you shouldn’t wait for heavy rains before looking into purchasing a policy.
A state of emergency has been declared in Puerto Rico, with Category 5 Hurricane Irma already packing winds of 185 miles per hour.