The raising of the Irish flag at city hall was an emotional experience for many Irish Americans whose decedents had settled in Springfield.
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Mayor Domenic Sarno greeted each of the seniors who attended the “Shin-Dig” in the heart of the Hungry Hill neighborhood.
Wes Brothers from Monroe Bridge rescued a teenage girl whose car had plunged down an embankment.
Each Colleen will have a place of honor Sunday during the 67th annual Holyoke St Patrick’s Day Parade.
The DPW is making certain Saturday’s road race and Sunday’s parade routes are cleared for participants and spectators.
When Chris Parrow isn’t raising money for Dana Farber, he’s saving lives donating blood platelets for cancer patients at the Red Cross.
Wearing something green and singing Irish songs, hundreds of seniors gathered at the at the West Springfield senior center.
More than 900 Chestnut Academy students and their teachers were linked arm in arm on the sidewalk facing Plainfield Street.
Out of the concern for the dignity of the elderly, retired educator 84 year old Ruth Willimain, founded the Harmony House a year ago.
The MassMutual Center will provide an opportunity for the wearing of the green prior to the St. Patrick’s weekend.
Since they are in need of perishable items, the Rescue Mission would appreciate donations as close to the March 31st dinner as possible.
In the wake of the Parkland shooting, Massachusetts lawmakers are considering tightening gun laws.
A family dog that was a wolf hybrid was euthanized Thursday after it mauled and killed a newborn.
A controversial business decision to refuse service to police officers in Oakland has got people talking, and they have a lot say.
One of the three women taken hostage and killed Friday at the veterans home in Yountville was seven months pregnant
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The park department’s Patrick Sullivan told 22News, repairs are the responsibility of MassDOT and he’ll be notifying them immediately.
Federal agencies joined Holyoke and state police to review their plan of action with the parade committee.
Agawam firefighter Pam Murphy, Massachusetts’ first woman civil service firefighter, retired Thursday after a 32 year career.
A group from Springfield and Holyoke have been invited to march in the June 10th New York City Puerto Rican Day Parade.