First the bears and now the coyotes are being spotted ever closer to populated areas of western Massachusetts.
The Senator will hear from the public at the Forest Park Middle School starting at 6:30pm Monday night.
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Westfield residents said the city fills with excitement during the annual event.
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Hundreds of thousands of visitors will flock to Westfield next weekend for the annual event.
The child was taken to the hospital Friday night, but is expected to be okay.
An elderly person is recovering in the hospital after being hit by a car in a hit-and-run accident in Springfield.
Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic drug that’s not only dangerous to the user, but for everyone nearby.
The child was taken to Baystate Medical Center as a precaution, but he was alert and talking.
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The Air Force Thunderbirds will attract hundreds of thousands of visitors.
Three vehicle accidents within a mile of each other slowed traffic to a crawl in the Charlton area.
Brook Street was closed for several hours after a tractor trailer brought down several utility poles.
Dozens of people gathered at the CC&J church on Sumner Ave, to keep the tradition alive after rain forced them inside.