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The holiday festivities continued Friday evening in Springfield at the John Boyle O'Reilly Club.
If you are still in that St. Patrick's Day spirit, now is your chance to head overseas to Ireland!
If you have an electronic device, you are likely to have several subscriptions on it, and a new proposal may make it easier to get rid of them.
Seasonal allergies begin. Pollen is one of the most common triggers.
High School students gathered at the Castle of Knights for the 'Best Buddies' Prom.
The outpouring of community support continues Friday night for the Chicopee police officer who suffered a massive heart attack earlier this month.
This summer's beautiful home gardens are in the planning stage right now and soon it will be time to visit your favorite garden supply shop.
Students of the Paulo Freire Social Justice Charter School left their classrooms to stage a protest Friday morning.
March is colorectal cancer awareness month and the rate of colorectal cancer has been rising steadily in people under the age of 50 since the 1990s.
The latest unemployment numbers for February were released.
The Springfield Police are asking for help in locating a 15-year-old runaway.
Following a baby abandoned in Springfield, the incident has brought new attention to a 2004 state law, the Baby Safe Haven law.
Still no bail for three suspects charged in connection with a stabbing and police chase on Monday.