Participants raised over $65,000 Sunday, to go towards research to find a cure for a disease which affects millions worldwide.
The money raised by hundreds of walkers will go towards services and research on multiple sclerosis.
A world-renowned music composer with Western Massachusetts roots brings his music home.
State lawmakers say extending their last call for casinos will help them compete with other establishments around the country.
Guests wore masquerade masks and enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, while bidding on auction items.
Chicopee’s catholic community celebrated the 125th anniversary of St. Stanislaus Basilica on Saturday.
Western Massachusetts bikers meet for lunch at the Bethany Assembly of God in Agawam.
Nuestras Raices makes growing food possible for residents in Holyoke by providing community gardens and a community farm.
The organization helps around 100 veterans a year furnish their new homes.
Work crews are in the process of paving a substantial parts of the street, following a major pipe installation project.
Porch fire quickly put out on 32 Ardmore St in Springfield. There were no injuries reported.
Some power outages were reported
Westfield Police said the criminal investigation involves the City’s transfer station and an apartment complex.
The veteran accused of the pipe bomb scare in West Springfield, was released from the hospital on Friday, and taken to Hampden County Jail.
Police need the public’s help in identifying a woman who is accused of identity theft and credit card fraud.
Chicopee police say that the suspect followed the victim through Walmart, and later made the posting to find out her identity.
The Springfield resident pleaded guilty to false personation of a U.S. citizenship among other charges.
One restaurant in Chicopee had a line out the door Friday night, and customers faced a two-hour wait to get in.
More than 100 people packed the Springfield High School of Science and Technology gym on Friday for a cultural event.
Students had the opportunity to showcase their work Friday night at Western New England University’s news and media festival.