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WHEN HER LABOR STARTED in the middle of the night, Benidalys Rivera's contractions were painful and regularly three minutes apart.
Beginning April 28, Uno Chicago Bar and Grill in Springfield will start its live music summer courtyard series featuring a cornucopia of music.
Chicopee Comphrehensive High students Damian Heroux and Kaitlyn Herzig organized a walk for suicide prevention at the school.
Named for the iconic sausage, the celebration was started by the Fireball Club in 1974 and peaked in the 1980s when 65,000 people visited the parking lot behind the Fairfield Mall to find Polish delights of all kinds.
CHICOPEE - Three streets off Burnett Road that have been torn up for a storm drainage improvement project will be completely resurfaced instead of getting a basic repaving.
Leigha Neiford , 26, was sentenced Thursday to four to six years in state prison followed by three years probation after admitting to 10 charges relating to attempted robberies, assaults or armed robberies at four locations.
Deputy Fire Chief Joseph Crevier said contractors were replacing the roof at 99 Artisan St. when they noticed smoke coming from the left dormer side area of the home.
CHICOPEE - For the first time in several years the School Committee will open the School Choice program to elementary-aged children as well as middle and high school students.
CHICOPEE -The founder and editor of CatholicMom.com will be in Chicopee April 26 to encourage women to give themselves fully and generously to God's will for their lives and to the world around them.
For anyone in Western Massachusetts during the 1970s, 80s, or 90s, the Chicopee Kielbasa Festival was a must-go event.
SPRINGFIELD - Much of Western Massachusetts got a fresh layer of wet, slushy snow on Wednesday, compliments of a spring storm that blanketed sections of this region and other parts of the state.
Judy Colon, teacher/director at the Holyoke Chicopee Springfield Head Start pre-school,in Springfield works with her class.
A boy removes a shopping cart from the banks of the Connecticut River in a community clean-up project.
Moose can be a springtime menace along Massachusetts roadways. One was killed on the turnpike in Blandford Monday, and a sighting on Tuesday in Holyoke near Interstate 91 triggered a large public safety response.