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More than 1,000 people lost power overnight when a car hit a utility pole in West Springfield. [Read More]
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Hampden residents got to meet their local police officers, see some of the equipment they use, and witness multiple demonstrations. [Read More]
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Federal officials found information that mentioned Fenway Park as well as the Boston Center for the Arts. [Read More]
Dr. Michelle Helms addressed topics including breast cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment options. [Read More]
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Vigils like this one in Easthampton have been held across the country in honor of the people affected by the deadly shooting in Las Vegas. [Read More]
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Rachel's Table has been rescuing food from grocery stores, restaurants, caterers and bakeries for local food pantries and shelters. [Read More]
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The town council recently rejected Eversource's proposal to build two solar power plants on agricultural land. [Read More]
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A GoFundMe account has also been set up to help the victims of the attack. It has already raised nearly $4-million. [Read More]
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People came out to St. John's Church on Elm Street to show support for those affected by the tragedy. [Read More]
According to State Police, the situation involves at least one propane tank. [Read More]
The International Spanish Chaplains of America will be collecting necessities for the next two weeks to help people in Puerto Rico. [Read More]
The number does not include deaths in the state's four biggest cities: Boston, Worcester, Springfield and Pittsfield. [Read More]
Dozens gathered at the Ludlow Boys and Girls club to speak with the senator about issues in their community. [Read More]
Although Hurricane Jose is expected to remain well off the east coast, disruptive impacts could be felt in some New England areas. [Read More]
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