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The Brianna Fund celebrated their 20th anniversary with their annual gospel concert. [Read More]
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Police found 60 bags of heroin stamped, "Sleeping Giant," along with 27 oxycodone pills and more than $1,000 in cash. [Read More]
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Fans showed up early wearing Patriots jerseys, eating wings, drinking beer and just having a good time. [Read More]
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To the east of western Massachusetts in the town of Athol, ice jams caused flooding that forced an elderly housing complex to be evacuated. [Read More]
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Rep. Richard Neal was part of the state's delegation that visited the island to provide aid and learn about the challenges of rebuilding. [Read More]
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Candidate for Governor Setti Warren will visit Pittsfield Sunday for a town hall talk on the opioid crisis. [Read More]
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Monday's milder temperatures were a welcome relief from the recent bitter cold. [Read More]
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It was under the care of the U.S. Army, now it's the National Park Service. [Read More]
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Tenants at a Chicopee apartment complex are complaining about the trash. The property manager says the city never came to pick it up after t…... [Read More]
Police in Enfield, Connecticut have extra patrols on the road Sunday night trying to capture a missing prisoner. [Read More]
Saturday night's contests whittled down the contestants to five finalists. [Read More]
The National Park Service has served as stewards of the museum since the armory was designated a National Historic Site by Congress in 1974. [Read More]
Firefighters have blocked off a portion of Main Street in Springfield while they fight a house fire. [Read More]
He will arraigned on a murder charge Monday in Northern Berkshire District Court. [Read More]
Community complaints about prohibited activities at the Bear Hole Watershed in West Springfield. [Read More]
The JCC Learning Center likes to keep it at a minimum of 65 degrees and some areas of the school have been getting down to... [Read More]
Mayor Morse told 22News the longer term will allow him to dive deeper into government because he won't have to start campaigning. [Read More]
Resolutions to lose weight and eat healthy are common in the new year, but what about financial resolutions? [Read More]
The state could approve a bill that would put $45 million toward the construction. The city would be on the hook for the rest. [Read More]
The new year comes with new leadership, and not just new leadership, but new ideas. [Read More]
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