The Advertising Club of Western Massachusetts officially announced the 101st William Pynchon Award Recipients Friday.
The Holyoke fire department will receive $177,273 and the Westfield Fire Department will receive $141,205.
Water will be shut off on Monday, August 22, for all residents of Stonina Drive and Plante Circle.
Watch live on The CW Springfield and online at WWLP.com Monday, August 22, 2016 at 7PM.
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The state primary is about three weeks away and if you haven’t registered, Friday is the last day to do so.
Police and State Troopers in Sunderland worked together to find a 17-year-old girl, who ran away from home early Friday morning.
On Thursday, the Gaming Commission voted to approve $50,000 for a pilot program.
Friday is the last day for people not already registered to sign up to cast ballots in the Sept. 8 contests.
The fire service line going into the Wilson’s Department Store building suffered a break and flooded the basement Thursday.
The Springfield Police Department received a crime prevention grant to improve their department, and the way they protect you.
A man identified by federal prosecutors as the former “enforcer” for the Springfield Latin Kings street gang has been sentenced to prison.
A kitten was reportedly stolen from the Springfield Adoption Center on Union Street, early Thursday afternoon.
Police are searching for a driver who hit a teenager Thursday night at State and Spring Streets in Springfield.
Gaming Commission, MGM and the city are working to find parking solutions for businesses in the casino construction area.
A public hearing will be held next month to discuss the proposed renovations to the old Cabotville Industrial Complex.
The meeting focused on plans to create a civic plaza on a vacant lot next to the Proulx Parking garage on Dwight Street.
Quicky’s Restaurant in Chicopee will be closing to make room for renovated affordable housing units.
A man who targeted watches during a string of outlet store break-ins from Florida to Maine will have to serve time in prison.
Seventeen married couples are scheduled to perform Saturday at the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s summer home at Tanglewood.