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Now that it’s summer vacation, schools are still offering ways students can get those healthy meals.
Firefighters worked throughout the afternoon to put out several fires near the railroad tracks by the Chester/Middlefield town line.
Animal Control said a fox that attacked a man on Forest Lake Road in Palmer tested positive for rabies.
Springfield Police say the driver had a suspended drivers license and his brother, the passenger, had heroin on him.
Gas-powered equipment being used in the basement of a Springfield condo complex caused the evacuation of some 100 people Wednesday.
The Chinese company that is going to be building trains for the “T” in Boston is on pace to finish it’s Springfield facility next summer.
The Greek revival-style home at 83 Maple Street has been restored to its former glory, and will be a part of a new office park.
Kruger was recognized at MHP’s 10th annual Housing Institutes two day training conference for local officials and volunteers.
The new 32-gallon toters will be assigned to each home in Chicopee and are able to be used by residents at no cost.
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The search for a missing monkey continues in Forest Park.
Four different companies have applied for medical marijuana dispensary licenses in Amherst.
The meeting will be held at 20 Sanderson Street in Greenfield.
The women will compete for scholarship money and the opportunity to represent Massachusetts at the Miss America Pageant.
A monkey that escaped from the Zoo at Forest Park, was still on the loose Tuesday night. 22News has the latest on the search.
A Springfield man with an extensive, violent criminal history in Massachusetts was sentenced on Tuesday for a gun charge.
Northampton’s Department of Public Works is implementing a water use restriction for residents who use the City’s Public Water Supply.
Four separate companies have submitted proposals, two of the four have already received a special town zoning permit.
Debilitating Medical Condition Treatment Centers Incorporated wants to build a dispensary on Beaulieu Street near Springdale Park.