3,000 jobs are up for grabs and on Thursday the gaming commission voted on MGM’s workforce development plan.
Chicopee police arrived at the location at 5:05 p.m. Thursday night.
A big and potentially dangerous mistake. Homeowners get soil with asbestos in it delivered to their property.
Superintendent of Schools, Daniel Warwick says the agreement wouldn’t have been possible without the support of Springfield’s mayor.
A homeowners association in Cherokee County, Georgia, has limited residents to flying the American flag to only 23 days out of the year.
“The willingness of America’s veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.”
Late on Tuesday night, one of the finishing touches was completed for the Whalley Park project.
The painting of a blue line on Palmer’s Main Street is intended as a sign of respect for the local police department.
The lifesaving devices are increasingly needed, due to an increase in severe food allergies.
Springfield’s deputy director of code enforcement says that they have been trying to get the property owner to clean everything up.
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Just like the state as a whole, the unemployment rate for Springfield increased slightly last month.
Scholarship donors included Universal Plastics and American Outdoor Brands, formerly known as Smith & Wesson.
Drivers will not have to be navigating through active construction sites, but they’ll still feel the effects of long-term road work.
The Charles H. Tracy Award honors a soldier from the American Civil War and received the Medal of Honor for two acts of bravery.
Protesters demonstrated across the street as workers loaded items from the house onto a moving truck.
Springfield police say the man had outstanding warrants for breaking and entering, larceny from a building and vandalizing property.
Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Bill Gelinas, a reservist at Westover Air Reserve Base, works at Eversource when he’s not in uniform.
Police say that callers falsely claim to be representatives of the utility company and demand payment.
Seventeen year-old Luis Reyes had last been seen leaving Chicopee High School on Friday.