The suspect posed as a customer at Golden Blossom Flowers and Gifts, and when the register was opened, stole the cash inside.
Drought conditions have not improved here in western Massachusetts, so the reservoir will go offline on Tuesday.
More than 30 kids were given free toys and haircuts at a holiday event on Monday at the “Family Barber Shop” in Chicopee.
Several people from all faiths came out to celebrate the Festival of Lights in Longmeadow, Monday night, with a candy menorah.
The two main factors helping this year are the snowfall two weeks ago and the chilly consistent temperatures.
Monday night marks the third night of Hanukkah, and a public menorah lighting will be held in Longmeadow.
Kwanzaa honors African and African-American culture, and celebrates seven principles- one of the principles is the focus of each day.
The citywide radio improvement is moving toward the finish line, which city officials say will provide additional safety for city department…
Because Christmas fell on a Sunday this year, many employers are observing the holiday on Monday- so some services will be unavailable.
Firefighters from Holyoke and nearby communities worked to extinguish the fire for more than an hour.
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While some people were up early this morning opening gifts, a Palmer couple was welcoming a new baby.
It’s become a tradition not only on Christmas day but on Thanksgiving and Easter Sunday.
The Christmas service at Mittineague Congregational Church in West Springfield was celebrated as Glory to God.
There were a few different faces among the staff at the Leavitt Family Jewish Home in Longmeadow this Christmas day.
A Freezing Rain Advisory is in effect for all of western Massachusetts until early Tuesday morning.
Dozens of men and women spent Christmas morning worshiping outside of their beloved church in Holyoke.
Several largely Hispanic motorcycle clubs pooled their resources to distribute warm clothing to the homeless men and women.
On Christmas morning, it’s an annual tradition for the Holyoke Police Department to help deliver toys with Santa to children in need.