Strong winds are causing damage, resulting in power outages across western Massachusetts.
According to public property records, it’s a 7 bedroom, multi-family home built in 1890.
Hundreds gathered at Westfield State University for the Miss Western Massachusetts and Miss Pioneer Valley Scholarship Pageant.
In addition to receiving a free turkey, Veterans were sent home with a gift certificate to buy all the fixings as well.
The inductees ranged from indoor and beach volleyball players, to coaches and contributors to the game of Volleyball.
Main and State Street were blocked off while the fire department worked on putting out a fire on a roof.
Strong gusty winds have brought some trees down and there have been some power outages.
A truck full of trees arrived at the Saturday to the delight of people eager to get into the holiday spirit.
Students from American International College needed to attract attention quickly Saturday afternoon at the Holyoke Mall.
Some people even donated turkeys to families, who because of military obligations, can’t share Thanksgiving dinner together this year.
Members of the Hampden County District Attorney’s office held a food drive and all donations will be turned over to local charities.
After over two years of closed ramps and lanes on I-91 in downtown Springfield, drivers are now seeing less orange cones and detour signs.
The food drive will be stationed out in front of the Big Y in Wilbraham from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
TSA said electronics larger than a cell phone will have to be removed from your bag prior to screening.
People who walk Sumner Avenue said now that the sun is setting earlier, pedestrians are harder to see, making roads even more dangerous.
Westfield State’s president says the cameras will be installed during the upcoming semester break.
The Kelly School in Holyoke held their annual Puerto Rico Heritage Event Friday night, but it has a new purpose this year.
More than a dozen dehydrated, hungry, flea-infested dogs were rescued from a Holyoke home Thursday morning.
This is the college’s effort to support students affected by the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
The university’s health service has vaccinated more than 1300 students this week, but that number is expected to rise.