Western Massachusetts teachers met in Greenfield Friday to help reduce teen drug use.
Valley Opportunity Council opened their newest early education and care center in Chicopee Friday.
The Food Bank has received a 125 thousand dollar grant from Stop & Shop. They will use it to expand their mobile food bank program.
Congressman McGovern announced new federal funding for the Ware Fire Department to purchase new equipment.
One of the biggest improvements apple has made to the iPhone 7 is making it water resistant, previously a big problem for iPhone users.
Traffic was backed up from the Chicopee-Springfield line over the Connecticut River into West Springfield.
Fifty minutes after all the buildings at the fairgrounds opened, the Memorial Bridge, Memorial Avenue, and Route 5 were all backed up.
Military Appreciation Day at the Big E is actually the largest outreach event that the VA has in the entire country.
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It all started back in 1916…and today the Big E is once again open in West Springfield.
Chicopee Police were investigating a two car accident, Thursday night, after one of the cars crashed into a building on East Street.
Springfield firefighters were able to control a fire, Thursday night, at a house on Orlando Street.
Expect to run into lots of traffic over the next 2 weeks. Here are some side streets you can take.
State and local police arrested an alleged member of the MS-13 gang, early Thursday morning, in the Pittsfield area.
Prosecutors say that Brian Henriquez bit the victim on his nose and hands, and then reached for his gun.
Police say that they have received word of sightings near a school and playground, but they need people to come forward with information.
The woman yelled, “I was just robbed! He punched me in the face and stole my money! Right down the street!”
The City of Northampton joins several other western Massachusetts cities and towns in raising the legal tobacco age.
Mayor Will Reichelt says that the proposed ordinance would be good for businesses that have been unable to obtain liquor licenses.
It was an amazing opportunity on Friday for some pediatric cancer patients from Baystate Children’s Hospital.