Officer Wilk said one man distracted the greeter, while the other walked out with the merchandise.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that it was a tornado that caused the destruction in Conway.
Roofs were ripped off several homes, downed trees and power lines covered roadways.
A Chicopee house fire was contained to the bathroom and did not harm two boys, thanks to quick work by emergency personnel.
At around 10PM Friday night on Turners Falls Road, two cars collided head on and then a third vehicle struck those vehicles.
Demonstrators have been working closely with the Islamic society to help promote better understanding of Muslims here in the Pioneer Valley.
The JFK award winner for exceptional citizenship will have a place of honor during the 66th annual parade Sunday, March 19th.
Utility trucks lined the center of town with emergency management, and a state police helicopter surveying the damage from above.
Stores throughout New England have to compete for customers during the short maple syrup season.
The chance of having a February thunderstorm is rare, but not out of the question.
The Air National Guard’s 104th fighter wing commander capped his flying career in high style in the skies over Westfield on Friday
Conway declared a state of emergency after powerful storms destroyed at least one home and brought down hundreds of trees Saturday night.
Closures will affect anyone planning to take State Street or I-291 East during the overnight hours.
Chicopee Police are asking for your help in identifying suspects accused of shoplifting.
Sunday is the start of the season at the Pomeroy Sugar House, and a portion of the funds raised will go to various charities.
Record warm temperature brought strong winds, heavy downpours and thunderstorms to the western Massachusetts area.
At the peak of Saturday’s strong thunderstorms about 4,000 customers were in the dark.
Students won the International Student Iron Chef Competition. It’s a culinary competition between colleges around the world.
Odiorne will be laid to rest in his hometown of Ware with funeral services Saturday at All Saints Church, followed by a burial.
The Springfield Sportsmen’s Show couldn’t have landed on a better weekend thanks to mild weather.