People who walk Sumner Avenue said now that the sun is setting earlier, pedestrians are harder to see, making roads even more dangerous.
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Westfield State’s president says the cameras will be installed during the upcoming semester break.
Vibra filed a 30-day notification with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Thursday.
The annual luminary event allows families to remember those they have lost, while helping to raise money for the Cancer House of Hope.
Local, state, and federal politicians have gathered in West Springfield on Thursday evening.
Lawmakers are advancing a bill aimed at curbing abuse of disability parking spaces.
USPS is expanding its services for the holidays, adding Sunday delivery to more locations that receive high volumes of packages.
The PVTA moved into Union Station in June, and placed two automated ticketing kiosks next to the customer service center.
A failed insulator owned by Holyoke Gas and Electric tripped the Eversource system, causing outages across Hampshire County.
The NRF expects holiday retail sales to reach as much as $682 billion in November and December.
The special election was required after voters approved the spending in an August town meeting.
State lawmakers have proposed a bill that imposes higher fines for jaywalking, and doubles them if you don’t put down your phone.
There will be several other ramp and lane openings throughout the week.
The East Springfield Neighborhood Council is holding a career fair Monday evening.
The Kohl’s in West Springfield said Veterans Day weekend sales and specials drew customers in from the moment the store opened.
Money raised from the dinner dance will benefit services for veterans in the Pioneer Valley.
Many drivers told 22News they had to warm their cars up prior to their morning commute.
Governor Charlie Baker was is in Springfield on Friday for the renaming of the Hampden County courthouse.
Local charities are currently collecting gently used coats for people who need them in the Pioneer Valley.
Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito came to Chicopee Thursday to support a multi-million dollar development project.