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The holiday lasts for two days, and marks the observance of the Jewish New Year.
Rep. Carlos Gonzalez says the organization will bring together political, business, and faith leaders.
The Dakin Humane Society needs space for animals that were left homeless by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
A Massachusetts man who pleaded guilty to transporting two kilograms of cocaine to Connecticut has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
There may be a push to locate more drug treatment centers and halfway houses in suburban areas, instead of the inner-city.
A student recently received a note under the door reading: “black people don’t deserve to be united, you’re worth nothing.”
Construction on nearby East Main Street has made a bad situation even worse in Westfield.
Thousands of volunteers are working from New Hampshire and Vermont down to Connecticut to make the river watershed cleaner.
Pilots from Barnes Air National Guard Base will fly in formation before the start of the ISM Connect 300 Sunday afternoon.
If you hear some loud booms coming from the area of Westover Air Reserve Base Friday, there is no reason to be alarmed.
Drivers are being detoured off a section of Meadow Street in Chicopee, due to a water main break in front of the Stefanik School.
More than a dozen cats will be up for adoption at the event as part of Petfinder’s “Adopt a Less Adoptable Pet Week.”
The African Female Professors Award Association held it’s first-ever award ceremony honoring professors from multiple local colleges.
The Puerto Rico Federal Administration in Washington, D.C. has provided a hotline for people to get information.
Some members of the association have family and friends in Puerto Rico whom they haven’t been able to contact.
About 700 high school students will be able to complete their schoolwork from home as part of the $1Million project.
State and city leaders are trying to determine what can be done here, to help Puerto Rico.
Eversource safety personnel demonstrated the effects of electricity on the human body.
State Auditor Suzanne Bump addressed the Massachusetts town clerk association’s fall conference in Springfield.