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Maple syrup season got off to late start
Western Massachusetts sugar houses are seeing a later-than-usual start to the season this year, but they're optimistic that the season will be productive.
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Frank Stanley Beveridge inspired annual scholarship presented by CSF...
Editor's Note: This is the second in a six-part series which shares the background of the scholarships awarded by CSF Dollars for Scholars of Westfield Here are ways you can donate to the CSF Dollars for Scholars Wetfield: Mail a check: CSF Dollars for Scholars Westfield , P.O. Box 382, Westfield, MA 01086.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Springfield police arrest total of 18 people in Mattoon Street, Fort Pleasant Avenue drug sweeps
SPRINGFIELD - City police charged a total of 18 people in connection with recent Metro Center and Forest Park drug investigations , according to online arrest records.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
More 'Restaurants of yesteryear: Gone but not forgotten'
Arthur Treacher's Hardee's Roy Rogers Lum's Bonanza Steakhouse Soo's Chinese Restaurant in Westfield.
Westfield Citizen Scholarship Foundation changes name, mission remains the same
WESTFIELD - Citizens Scholarship Foundation of Westfield is now CSF Dollars for Scholars, a change which brings additional opportunities for students to make a college education more accessible.
Pioneer Valley Chapter of American Red Cross to honor 'Hometown...
The Pioneer Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross has announced its annual list of " Hometown Heroes " honorees, who will be feted at an awards ceremony later this month in Springfield.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
ITI introduces dynamic Search and Rescue Pole (SNRP) camera
Instrument Technology, Inc has introduced the innovative SNRP Pole Camera for advanced search and rescue in an urban environment.
Instrument Technology, Inc. develops non-conductive videoscope system
Instrument Technology, Inc. has announced the launch of its new V5LE videoscope which features non-conductive articulating fiberscopes, making it the only true non-conductive device in the industry.
Good Samaritan rescues dog from burning backyard kennel in Easthampton, gets bitten in process
EASTHAMPTON - An oil truck delivery driver was bitten by a dog while rescuing the animal from a burning kennel Monday afternoon, according to Easthampton Fire Department officials.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Opa-Opa owner says inflexible state law has Massachusetts craft beer brewers over a barrel
Opa-Opa Brewing Co. owner Antonio Rizos, left, and head brewer Dennis Bates are seen here in their Williamsburg brewing operation.
Western Massachusetts Women Business Owners Alliance plans 21st...
The Women Business Owners Alliance will hold its 21st annual Women's Night of Comedy on March 13 at 5 p.m. at the Log Cabin Banquet & Meeting House.
Dollars for Scholars of Westfield scholarship honors Douglas H. Hamberg of Southwick
Editor's Note: This is the first in a six-part series which shares the background of the scholarships awarded by CSF Dollars for Scholars of Westfield .
Thu Feb 27, 2014
10 Great Homes In Massachusetts For Under $300K
Whether you're just getting out on your own, are coming home in newlywed bliss, or are starting a family, it can be difficult to find your dream home on a low budget.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
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CBS 3 assists with costly unemployment conflict for Westfield woman
CBS 3 received a call from a viewer who said she'd only been getting half of her unemployment money from the state for the past six months.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
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Proposed military cuts could impact Western Massachusetts
Military downsizing and restructuring proposed by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel could have an effect on communities in Western Massachusetts.
Berkshire lawmakers pushing for local turnpike discount pass
Frequent drivers who use the MassPike to get to work or college in Springfield, Westfield and other Pioneer Valley destinations could get a break from the tolls restored last October between exits 1 and 6. During an informal "Coffee and Conversation" event held by state Sen. Benjamin Downing, D-Pittsfield, at Town Hall on Monday afternoon, state ... (more)
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Federal court rules Westfield mayor in violation of First Amendment
SPRINGFIELD - A federal judge has ruled that Westfield Mayor Daniel Knapik violated the First Amendment rights of two political candidates and a local property owner by ordering campaign signs removed on the eve of the 2011 municipal election.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Western Massachusetts state police: Major roadways in good shape, but icy spots on secondary roads
NORTHAMPTON - State police reported major roadways were in good shape Friday morning but warned of icy side roads, particularly in rural areas.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Pothole problems on Route 5 in West Springfield
It's been a few weeks since the hit NBC show "The Biggest Loser" wrapped up its 15th season, but how was life changed for runner up David Brown who lost an incredible 222lbs on the show? Welcome to Mass Appeal's Pet of the Week.
Westfield Community Education offers basic computer literacy classes; 8 slots still available
WESTFIELD - Westfield Community Education, an area community youth, and adult, alternative evening education program of Domus, will offer basic computer literacy classes for beginner students who are residents of Greater Westfield.