The parade is a beloved annual tradition that features many classic characters as giant balloons.
More than 800 people have been killed in alcohol related crashes during Thanksgiving holiday periods from 2012 to 2016.
The doors to Best Buy in Enfield didn’t open until 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, but that didn’t keep shoppers away from lining up outside.
‘Blue Laws’ in Massachusetts say retail stores cannot open on holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving, but Connecticut does allow it.
Families bundled up on the bleachers and in the sidelines to cheer on their favorite high school football team on Thanksgiving Day.
Fans were excited for this game, with both sides screaming and cheering on their respective teams.
For many families, this Thanksgiving Day game between the Ludlow Lions and the Palmer Panthers is a tradition.
Across the country, around 32 million people plan to shop on Thanksgiving according to the national retail federation.
Police told 22News the man is facing serious injuries and that emergency responders are waiting for a helicopter to fly him to a hospital.
High school football teams across western Massachusetts took to the field for Thanksgiving day games.
Chicopee Comprehensive High School football fans had plenty to cheer about on Thanksgiving Day.
East Longmeadow traveled to Longmeadow to play their annual Thanksgiving game.
For many fans, it just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without the tradition of starting it off at a local football game.
This is the 27th year the Fairview Knights of Columbus put on this event for people in need.
Holyoke and South Hadley’s high school football teams have traditionally played Chicopee High and Chicopee Comp.
Crowds gathered in the stands to cheer on their teams with the hope of taking home a Thanksgiving win.
For the past ten years, hundreds of people have filled Officer Mark Kenney’s backyard in West Springfield to support his son.
Many men and women gathered at the Lenox American Saw company grounds in East Longmeadow for the event.
The homeless came in off the street to enjoy turkey dinner courtesy of Kate’s kitchen volunteers.
Over the years, the homeless have been joined by families and other individuals to enjoy their Thanksgiving meal.