The furniture store had expressed opposition to a proposed opening of a Dunkin donuts with a drive through next door.
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Families gathered around a massive spruce near the town center rotary to see the lights turned on for the first time.
The Yellow Jackets cited respecting everyone, regardless of identity politics, as a guiding principle for the school.
Nearly 4,000 convictions are being thrown out, because evidence had been handled by an chemist convicted of tampering with drug samples.
Police are investigating a military member at Barnes Air National Guard Base in connection to a CD of “concerning pictures.”
First responders and service members were joined by their families for a free tour of the Bright Nights Christmas light display.
The suspect is also facing drug charges after Chicopee police allegedly found cocaine and heroin in his possession.
Cloots Auto Body decorates for every major holiday, but this year, someone destroyed hundreds of dollars worth of decorations.
Even for drivers who use all season tires, now is a good time to have tires looked at by a mechanic.
The mall used to have a movie theater that closed in the 80s, and some shoppers said bringing one back could be good for business.
The 500 spots sold out faster than ever this year, with every slot taken within six hours of registration opening back in September.
As of this Wednesday, the bus line will no longer offer service between the mall.
Massachusetts is cracking down on handicapped parking abuse.
The Next-Gen 911 system is now being implemented at the Public Safety complex in Chicopee.
Nearly 1,500 cars passed through the gates at Forest Park Wednesday night to view the holiday lighting display.
Friday is traditionally a big day for families to pick up their trees and start the Christmas season.
Hundreds filled the quadrangle area for a lighting of the trees and live music.
The National Retail Federation found that nearly 70 percent of Americans plan on shopping this holiday weekend.
Khols will be open nearly 24 hours straight on Friday as Black Friday kicks-off the busiest shopping weekend of the year.
More than 800 people have been killed in alcohol related crashes during Thanksgiving holiday periods from 2012 to 2016.