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On Sunday, dozens of concerned and fed up citizens marched through the streets of Springfield’s North End neighborhood.
For the 3rd consecutive year, an eight year old Agawam boy, Ayden Vrijenhoek, spearheaded a charity walk and ride to raise money to fight hu…
A volunteer work force of AIC students spent hours helping neighbors cope with the problem of falling leaves.
Thousands of volunteers on motorcycles are making sure kids all across western Massachusetts have their Christmas wishes fulfilled.
With the holidays approaching, Rachel’s Table held their 10th annual “Foodraiser” at the Big Y in Longmeadow.
A Mass. evangelist will ask a federal judge to reject a lawsuit that accuses him of waging a long campaign to persecute gays in Uganda.
Tuesday’s elections will determine successors to longtime sheriffs Frank Cousins, Michael Ashe and Robert Garvey.
In Palmer, crews are now starting tunnel excavation work, road reconstruction, and paving operations.
Several bullets came through the window of a home at 40 Cambridge Street just before 3 o’clock this Sunday morning.
The identities of the victims are not known at this time. Police are still here investigating and trying to figure out exactly what happened…
Saturday, people gathered in Chicopee to eat and drink to help feed hungry families.
On Saturday, dozens of people gathered for a private dinner at the Sheraton hotel to help raise funds for people drowning from debt
Hundreds of people gathered at Chez Josef in Agawam to be entertained and to help raise money for a good cause.
Some frightening moments at Baystate Medical Center Saturday, where a fire was intentionally set in a bathroom.
Kids strutted down the catwalk in the latest fashions at the I Am Me kids fashion show in Springfield.
Shoppers waited in line for their seasonal produce at the winter farmers’ market in Franklin County.
Since earlier this week, MassDOT construction crews have paved the lanes in the first phase of the demolition.
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A Springfield physician built on her passion for helping the poor in the African nation of Tanzania.