The area near City Hall has been turned into a traffic-free festival zone.
The state has received more than one million dollars in federal grants to help reduce pollution in our rivers.
The Greek flag is flying outside Springfield City Hall, heralding the start of Glendi, the city’s annual celebration of Greek heritage.
After 64 years at their old station on Main Street, it was time for a change for the Hampden Police Department.
The SAFER grant will pay the full salary and benefits for ten firefighters for the next two years with no match from the City.
Each day, Dress for Success helps empower women by providing them with professional clothing, and skills to enter the workforce.
Massachusetts residents looking for health insurance can apply on-line or with assistance from a state approved Health Connector Navigator.
The ceremony began at 8:45 A.M.; the exact moment the first plane crashed into the World Trade Center.
The streets will be closed throughout weekend, and there could be more closures.
The Hampden and Hampshire County Sheriff races were were arguably the most high profile races in western Massachusetts.
Nick Cocchi has come out on top in a contested Democratic primary for Hampden County Sheriff
The high-profile campaign for Governor’s Council is over, after numerous television ads and debates.
Longtime City Councilor Bud Williams has come out on top in a 4-candidate field, that included the son of the man who currently holds the se…
Relief is on the way for the old bridge that connects West Springfield and Agawam, and spans the Westfield River near the Big E.
More than 50 returning hall of famers were at the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame for the enshrinement family reunion and awards dinner.
Hinds will now face Lanesborough Republican Christine Canning during the general election in November.
The Agawam Democrat will now face-off against Southwick Republican Nick Boldyga, the man who unseated her in 2010.
The groundbreaking event for the official announcement of the new salt shed took place at the Southwick DPW on Wednesday morning.
As drought conditions continue, residents of Westfield continue to have water restrictions that may continue through the fall.
Highlights of the program year detailed in the report included new sidewalks on Sherman Street, Franklin Avenue and White Street.