Springfield police have arrested two men during a raid on an apartment that a department spokesperson says is in a high-crime area.
Commemorative bricks were placed earlier this week as part of the ongoing Rail Trail project.
The business restriction zone begins just south of the Southwick Town Hall and goes north on College Highway.
The unofficial total for this week’s annual drive for the Open Pantry is $125,000.
The former employee has pleaded not guilty to one count of rape and two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14.
From reduced admission rates, to horse-drawn wagon rides and Supper with Santa, there are all kinds of special events planned this year.
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To celebrate the holiday lighting display’s anniversary, admission will be reduced to 1995 prices on Wednesday night.
Chicopee police say that the armed suspect jumped the pharmacy counter and stole some items before making a getaway.
Both lanes have reopened to traffic on I-91 South, though residual delays continue.
The Springfield Rescue Mission’s goal is to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the hungry, homeless, addicted, and poor.
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The Northampton Fire Department deputy chief said firefighters were able to contain the fire to the basement.
The Connecticut Airport Authority is advising passengers to give themselves at least 90 minutes to check-in and process through TSA.
Raymond L. Blackmer III, 52, pleaded guilty to the federal crime of illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
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If you see an animal you suspect may be infected with rabies, you can contact the West Springfield Health Department
Members of the western Massachusetts chapter of the order of the purple heart laid a wreath at the JFK Memorial in Holyoke.
Kelly School in Holyoke transformed their cafeteria into a festive and traditional Puerto Rican party Tuesday night.
93.9 “The River’s” Monte Belmonte ended his 43 mile walk with a band and friends at Seymour’s Pub in downtown Greenfield on Tuesday.