Willie O’Ree was in Springfield Friday to speak with children at schools and be inducted into the city’s hockey hall of fame.
Both allegedly tried to buy a $32,000 car at a Toyota dealership in West Springfield just hours apart.
The career fair was at the Holyoke War Memorial Building on Appleton Street.
Shanna Sharples was in Westfield District Court Friday morning for a pre-trial conference.
The city’s treasurer’s department went in to work early Friday to fix the issue.
The march is to raise awareness for multiple veteran issues such as PTSD, homelessness and suicide prevention.
22News received several honors from the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association Thursday night.
First responders were waiting for the electrical power to be shut down to free a person who was advised to not get out of their car.
No injuries were reported, but the house may have sustained structural damage.
The extinguishers can become clogged, or require excessive force, and can fail to work during an emergency.
Hats, portraits and other pieces of art were raffled off at the event to help earn money for the Westfield Drug Task Force.
Holyoke received a $75,000 Community Block Grant that was approved by Mayor Alex Morse to rebuilt the Soucey Park.
Springfield Public Schools have set up a fund to provide school supplies and other necessities for children affected by Hurricane Maria.
WGGB Reporter Ray Hershel received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Valley Press Club.
During rush hour in Springfield’s North End, the intersection of Route 20 and Plainfield Street has been causing drivers delays.
There is no word on how many people have been laid off by the arms manufacturing company.
The armed robbery suspect attempted to rob the Dollar Tree store located on 555 State Street, with a knife.
The Salvation Army in Holyoke is faced with a formidable challenge: to find five hundred turkeys to donate to needy families.
Each year, the Massachusetts Adoption Resource Center brings childless couples together with hundreds of children up for adoption.
Expressions of friendship took place on Thursday between Springfield and its sister city Takikawa, Japan.