The keynote speaker at this month’s chamber breakfast discussed the importance of properly negotiating.
The two communities are receiving the grants as part of the 2017 Industrial Rail Access Program awards.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office says that the incident, though offensive, does not legally constitute a hate crime.
A 911 caller alerted Chicopee police to what she believed to be a possible robbery in a parking lot, leading to four arrests.
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Rhode Island State Police say that the box truck the men were riding in became sandwiched between two tractor trailers on I-195.
Police say that there has been a recent increase in thefts from cars, and in most cases, the vehicles were left unlocked.
If you have any information about the crime or where the bikes may be located, you’re asked to call police.
A Pennsylvania resident was killed after rear ending another truck on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Lee.
Fort Street will be closed to traffic as it will be filled with people for the Oktoberfest celebrations.
Rachel’s Table has been rescuing food from grocery stores, restaurants, caterers and bakeries for local food pantries and shelters.
The town council recently rejected Eversource’s proposal to build two solar power plants on agricultural land.
Many hard-hit resorts won’t be up and running until next year at least, and AAA said alternate destinations are becoming popular.
Estremera is a United Airlines Pilot by day, but through Sky Hope, he’s been flying tons of food, water, and medical supplies.
City council president wants other councilors and the mayor to disclose any campaign donations received from marijuana industry.
The SJC holds these special sittings in one Massachusetts town each year to allow community members to see what they do.
Mass shootings are disturbing for adults, so you can only imagine how children must feel.
Geordie Kinnear says his team will put in the work to make the playoffs this year.
The Eastern States Exposition president told 22News that this was another record-breaking year.
The Department of Justice said 49-year-old Reynaldo Rodriguez pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful reentry of a deported alien.