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A weather alert has been issued Tuesday for another round of accumulating snow, mixing with rain and potentially leading to some travel troubles at times. [Read More]
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Authorities have identified the man and woman killed by a holiday train in Wareham Saturday night as a couple in their 30's. [Read More]
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NETA in Northampton will be opening their doors Tuesday morning as one of the state's first recreational marijuana shops. [Read More]
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Traffic is a large concern for the city of Northampton ahead of the beginning of recreational marijuana sales. [Read More]
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Holyoke is facing a lawsuit over an ordinance passed last month, which bans residents from placing signs on their lawn during the winter months. [Read More]
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Police are asking the public for help in identifying the shoplifting suspect pictured above. [Read More]
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A gunman opened fire Monday at a Chicago hospital, killing at least three people, including a police officer before the suspect also died, authorities said. [Read More]
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A presentation in Agawam addressed ways to help transitioning transgender children and teens Monday night. [Read More]
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Two years after Massachusetts voters legalized recreational marijuana, NETA in Northampton will be one of the first two Massachusetts businesses to open for commercial sales... [Read More]
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Mayor Domenic Sarno is currently working with the Police Executive Research Forum to review police conduct and assess the relationship between the police force and... [Read More]
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West Springfield property values have gone up, which means the tax rate reduction may even things out for some residents. [Read More]
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The former Peter Pan Bus Terminal on Main Street is being demolished to become the new home of the Way Finders housing center. [Read More]
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With the holidays coming up, survivors of homicide victims are taking a moment to remember their loved ones and give back to the community. [Read More]
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Long lines are expected at NETA in Northampton on Tuesday, one of two recreational marijuana shops in the state. The other will be in Leicester. [Read More]
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Governor Charlie Baker called for adjustments to be made to how the state funds the Community Preservation Act program. [Read More]
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The City of Springfield has roughly 10,000 undocumented residents. City Councilor Adam Gomez sponsored the Welcoming Community Trust Ordinance, aimed at protecting vulnerable city residents.... [Read More]
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An Agawam woman spent the weekend at Boston Children's Hospital visiting her infant son who was born prematurely 35 weeks ago, thanks to the owner... [Read More]
Tags: Boston - Local - Agawam
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Families stood in line outside the North End social service agency "Gray House" Monday morning and, one by one, gratefully received their 20-pound Thanksgiving turkeys. [Read More]
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The first recreational marijuana sales start on Tuesday and police want to make sure consumers know the laws. [Read More]
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Homer is a sweet-natured guinea pig who was brought to Dakin with his friend and cage mate Clarence, who we will be adopting out together. [Read More]
Tags: Homer - Clarence - Dakin
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