The Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Group are encouraging the public to come out and support their ride across the country.
Police are warning drivers in Hadley that there’s going to be a lot of roadwork on Route 9 over the next couple weeks.
This 4th of July was hot and hazy, and what better way to cool off than to head to a pool.
MassDOT will be handing out free coffee at their 18 rest stops along the Massachusetts Turnpike.
July 4th is more than just a day to celebrate. It’s also a day to honor our independence and those who fought for it.
The Fourth of July is known for it’s firework displays and family barbecues but it’s also a busy travel time out on the roads.
Families waved flags, cheered, and applauded, as veterans groups, marching bands, and classic cars rolled down North Main Street.
Adorned in red, white, and blue, people were happy to show their American pride along North Road.
The holiday celebrations had many people out and about enjoying the sun and cooling off in the water.
Smoke from the fire at Gallagher’s Olde Fashioned Service could be seen in both Chicopee and Springfield.