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Springfield teacher sentenced for stealing thousands from school store
The Attorney General's Office said in 2010 Ann Berry, 55, of Springfield, misappropriated funds by taking profits from the Putnam Vocational school store, which she ran.
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$50K in scholarships given out by Dunkina Donuts
Fifty young people from across the Pioneer Valley received a big boost for their college savings on Tuesday, thanks to a popular coffee shop chain.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Lions Club using high-tech camera to detect eye problems in children
A high-tech hand-held diagnostic camera is helping a Western Massachusetts civic organization detect eye problems that can hinder children's learning in the classroom.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Another round of showers and thunderstorms expected as Independence...
Parades step off this morning in Chesterfield and Monson. The city's fireworks and accompanying entertainment, however, has been postponed due to the weather and will now be held Saturday, beginning at 7 p.m. A flash flood watch remains in effect for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties through late tonight, according to the National Weather ... (more)
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Severe-thunderstorm warning issued for Pioneer Valley; rain, heavy wind & possibly hail on the way
SPRINGFIELD - The National Weather Service has issued a severe-thunderstorm warning for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties in anticipation of a storm that is moving into the area and bringing with it heavy rain, damaging winds and the potential for hail.
Judge says Matthew Tannen of East Longmeadow cannot have separate...
A Hampden Superior Court judge has ruled 25-year-old Matthew Tannen can be tried for four child sex crimes in the same trial.
Road construction projects set to begin in Hampden
The first road reclamation and paving project on East Longmeadow Road from Commercial Drive to Somers Road begins Monday and should end on Friday.
Hampden, Hampshire counties under Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 3 p.m.
AT 217 PM EDT...DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING QUARTER SIZE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
3,800 still without power following storm; lightning sets Pelham house on fire
SPRINGFIELD - Utility workers were working to restore electric power to roughly 3,800 customers throughout Western Massachusetts in the wake of a powerful thunderstorm that rolled through the region Wednesday afternoon.
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Tue Jul 01, 2014
Putnam Vocational Principal Gilbert Traverso leaving Springfield for job on Martha's Vineyard
Gilbert E. Traverso, principal of Roger L. Putnam Vocational Technical High School in Springfield, is headed to Martha's Vineyard to head the regional high school on the island.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
How the ACA Can Revolutionize Inmate Healthcare
On May 1, Juan Martinez went to his fourth follow-up appointment since being diagnosed with hepatitis C a little over a year ago.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Donald Whitney back in Springfield as Hampden Juvenile Court clerk...
In August 2013 a state judicial oversight committee determined Hampden Juvenile Court Clerk Magistrate Donald P. Whitney had repeatedly conducted himself improperly among people under his direct supervision, and that he failed to address certain "personal issues that resulted in the conduct that detracted from the dignity of the office."
Wed Jun 25, 2014
New U.S. District Judge Mark Mastroianni takes bench in Springfield for first time
New U.S. District Court Judge Mark Mastroianni faced an unhappy defendant when he first took the bench on Wednesday.
Wilbraham planning to foreclose on property at 2451 Boston Road
WILBRAHAM - The Board of Selectmen has given the go ahead to Assistant Town Administrator and Town Treasurer Thomas Sullivan to move forward with foreclosure on property at 2451 Boston Road.
Tickets available for Two Town Trolley Spring Raffle
HAMPDEN - Tickets are available for the Two Town Trolley Spring Raffle. The cost is $5 per ticket or $12 for three tickets.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Hampden district attorney candidates field questions at NAACP forum in Springfield
The four Democratic candidates for Hampden district attorney worked to bring their messages to the public during a forum hosted by the local NAACP chapter on Tuesday.
Hampden student arrested for posting threats on social media before...
A student at Thornton Burgess Middle School has been charged in connection with posting some threats on social media prior to the school's end of the year "Stepping Up" ceremony for 8th grade students, an official said.
Berkshire County: Dial-A-Lawyer program offers free legal advice on June 26
Western Massachusetts residents can receive free legal advice on Thursday, June 26, through the Massachusetts Bar Association's semiannual Dial-A-Lawyer call-in program.
Sat Jun 21, 2014
'Eyes on the Street' initiative gaining more eyes to combat street crime in Springfield
A grassroots "Eyes on the Street" initiative is gaining momentum in Springfield after a spasm of gun violence in May and June that claimed the lives of two 18-year-olds, among other victims.