More than 1.1 million people in Massachusetts alone are expected to travel this holiday weekend.
Rock 102’s annual Mayflower Marathon begins Monday morning and will last until Wednesday morning.
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.
Some smaller businesses in the area have found ways to make getting these door buster deals much easier.
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Members of Alpha Phi Alpha spent the afternoon delivering turkeys and other supplies throughout the Old Hill and Upper Hill neighborhoods.
Families will receive turkeys and other holiday food that the Gray House received on its donation day Friday.
Just days before Thanksgiving, three people are without a place to stay after a fire destroyed their home.
Strong winds are causing damage, resulting in power outages across western Massachusetts.
According to public property records, it’s a 7 bedroom, multi-family home built in 1890.
Hundreds gathered at Westfield State University for the Miss Western Massachusetts and Miss Pioneer Valley Scholarship Pageant.
In addition to receiving a free turkey, Veterans were sent home with a gift certificate to buy all the fixings as well.
The inductees ranged from indoor and beach volleyball players, to coaches and contributors to the game of Volleyball.
Main and State Street were blocked off while the fire department worked on putting out a fire on a roof.
Strong gusty winds have brought some trees down and there have been some power outages.
A truck full of trees arrived at the Saturday to the delight of people eager to get into the holiday spirit.
Students from American International College needed to attract attention quickly Saturday afternoon at the Holyoke Mall.