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The family and friends of Jessica, along with the Springfield community, came together for a domestic violence awareness ride on Saturday. [Read More]
This year's event was called "2021 Irish Night in Holyoke-A Go-Go." Anyone who wanted to celebrate could pick up a traditional corned beef and cabbage... [Read More]
In this news update, officials continue to warn of the dangers of COVID-19 as several states start to lift restrictions, including 17 states that will... [Read More]
Aiden's mom said it is believed that he is in the Connecticut River. [Read More]
Cold, Blustery, but Sunny Today. Conditions gradually improve starting tomorrow. [Read More]
In this update, the Department of Public Health released the latest COVID-19 data, saying the state's positivity rate over the latest two weeks sits at... [Read More]
The state's board voted to allow the commissioner to have the power to end remote learning. But one Springfield school leader wants students to be... [Read More]
UMass got off to a slow start, and the Billikens capitalizing off it, with an early 15-3 lead right out the gate. [Read More]
School workers who aren't teachers, but still have regular contact with children want to make sure they are able to protect themselves against COVID-19. [Read More]
Local business owners would offer sports betting at his store under a new bill proposed by State Representative Orlando Ramos and State Senator Adam Gomez. [Read More]
Chris Pisano has the earliest headlines and Meteorologist Janna Brown has a look at your latest forecast. [Read More]
In the summer of 2020, many people made investments in things they could do safely while enjoying the weather. For Jaclyn Lopes and her family,... [Read More]
You might know Springfield native Peter J. Newland from a band that played from the 60s to 80s called FAT. Decades later, he's putting his... [Read More]
In this update, new developments are on the way as the state moves to get students back to full in-person learning as officials meet this... [Read More]
After a dominant second-round victory on Thursday against Saint Joseph's, UMass hoping another win Friday would get them one step closer to a possible spot... [Read More]
This year, the concern is the COVID-19 pandemic and making sure no students gather together in large groups... [Read More]
Entertainment Weekly is celebrating more than 100 years of Black films with a special edition on newsstands now. We spoke to the lead editor who... [Read More]
Are you looking for something to brighten your outfit? Debbie Wright showed Jordon how to achieve some flattering silhouettes. [Read More]
Interest in the royal family is off the charts and now People magazine is out with a new quarterly publication called "Royals." We talked with... [Read More]
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