Package stores like Table and Vine says they expect several thousand customers on the day before Thanksgiving.
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It’s one of the busiest travel days of the year, and even a wet Wednesday didn’t stop travelers from getting to their Turkey Day destination…
Rock 102 Radio hosts Bax and O’Brien were on the air for hours, trying to drum up support for feeding the area’s hungry.
It’s a 43 mile journey where they hope to take one giant step toward ending hunger in western Massachusetts.
The lock can either be inserted through the stock or the chamber mechanism to disable your firearm.
Smith College is giving women and men from the University of Puerto Rico a chance to continue their education after the hurricane.
The meal was targeted toward people in Springfield’s Upper Hill and Bay neighborhood who might not have the means for a meal of their own.
A 20-foot long trailer caught on fire just before 7:30 p.m. Sunday night on Montgomery Street.
At the peak of the wind gusts, there were nearly 550 Eversource customers without power and 60 more National Grid customers.
Mayor Sarno will join Congressman Neal and the Chief Development Officer in announcing what they call an agreement with a “major” tenant.
According to public property records, it’s a 7 bedroom, multi-family home built in 1890.
In addition to receiving a free turkey, Veterans were sent home with a gift certificate to buy all the fixings as well.
Main and State Street were blocked off while the fire department worked on putting out a fire on a roof.
ReVision Energy has secured about 100 portable emergency power units designed to power communications systems,cellphones and lighting.
Medical Oxygen use has been involved in 20 deaths and more than 55 injuries in Massachusetts over the last 10 years.
22News has an update on the controversial Dr. Seuss mural at the Springfield Museums.
Local law enforcement leaders will announce the partnership Tuesday at the South End Community Center.
We are heading into peak house fire season and already, we’ve seen an increase in devastating fires.
22News has made multiple attempts to contact West Springfield Police and the District Attorney’s Office.
Holyoke has recently registered 83 new students from the island, with Springfield accepting more than 250.