The 104th Fighter Wing is also helping with the security effort on the ground at the Marathon.
Many low income residents have a hard time getting to stores where they can buy fresh, nutritious foods.
A distracted driving simulator is showing students just how dangerous it can be to take their eyes off the road just for a moment.
Hundreds of runners from western Mass. ran the Boston Marathon, and dozens of them traveled with the Greater Springfield Harriers.
To be certified, seafood would have to be harvested and processed under fair working conditions, with a focus on the environment.
Participants were brought to Suit Up Springfield to obtain job interview attire prior to Monday’s event.
Rocco is a local dog whose person passed away, so he was brought to Dakin to find a new family.
Col. Scott Durham will replace Brig. Gen. Jay Jensen as commander of Westover’s 439th Airlift Wing.
More than 6,200 athletes have traveled from 94 countries to take part in the 26.2-mile race.
The fire caused $100,000 in damage and forced a resident to stay somewhere else.
The two dated for four years before saying their “I do’s” in front of about 20 people, including their daughter.
A house on Moore Road in Agawam had a tree fall on top of the it.
The tree came down just before 8:00pm and damaged both the inside and outside of the building.
The fire was at 48 Granada Terrace just after 6 p.m.
Wind gusts reached almost 50 mph
An egg hunt for autistic children at River Park in Chicopee helped raise public awareness about autism.
Western Massachusetts residents in need were given a chance to enjoy Easter dinner thanks to Open Pantry and its volunteers.
The leader of the Springfield Diocese led worshipers in observing one of Christianity’s holiest days on Easter Sunday.
Parishioners are hoping to save their beloved church from demolition after it was deemed closed for safety reasons.
AIC will host an event for local teens to play basketball and find a summer job with various different employers throughout western Mass