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Past articles by Jeff:

St. Mary’s High School students wear pink for breast cancer

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, St. Mary’s High School sports teams are having a Pink Out. → Read More

Leadership Pioneer Valley receives state funds

A leadership program is getting money from the state to help cultivate more leaders in western Massachusetts. → Read More

Holyoke H.S students walkout in protest of alleged sexual assault

Students at Holyoke High School walked out of class today as a demonstration, while police investigate a report of sexual assault. → Read More

20 new U.S. citizens naturalized at Jones Library in Amherst

20 people are newly naturalized American citizens Friday night after a ceremony in Amherst. → Read More

Holyoke Health Center offering Pfizer vaccinations and booster shots Thursday

The Holyoke Health Center has hundreds of COVID-19 vaccine doses they want to use before they expire. → Read More

Holyoke Hispanic culture and community seminar held at HCC

The Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce held a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with the theme of “Diversity, equality, and inclusion.” → Read More

Connecticut governor wants these COVID-19 policies extended

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has released a list of executive orders that he wants extended through February 15. → Read More

Duggan Academy and Western New England University sign partnership

Duggan Academy and neighboring Western New England University have signed another mutual partnership. → Read More

New café opens at South Hadley Senior Center

Senior citizens in South Hadley now have a new place to go and grab breakfast and lunch. → Read More

Golf event in Southwick raises money for Jimmy Fund

It may not have been the best day for golf, but players teed off anyway to fight cancer. → Read More

Stop & Shop donates $50K to STCC for on-campus food pantry

Stop & Shop has committed to donating $50,000 over a five-year period to STCC to help students who are struggling with putting food on the table. → Read More

Boxers weigh in before Friday night event

CES MMA will take over MassMutual Center for its debut in downtown Springfield Friday night. → Read More

Easthampton RMV to reopen Monday

The Easthampton location is appointment-only and masks are required for customers who are not vaccinated. → Read More

4-year-old South Hadley boy donates lemonade stand profits to animal shelter

A four-year-old boy named Jesse is becoming an entrepreneur and is already giving back to his community with his lemonade stand! → Read More

UMass men’s basketball to play in first-ever Basketball Hall of Fame Classic

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced the field of teams for the first-ever Basketball Hall of Fame Classic to be held at Dickies Arena in December. → Read More

Storm damage clean-up continues in Erving

Construction crews are out on the road today, still trying to make repairs after this weekend's intense storms. → Read More

Quabbin Reservoir nearing full capacity

Quabbin Reservoir holds hundreds of billions of gallons of water, and it is nearing full capacity. → Read More

Westfield State University holds job fair

A $500 signing bonus, that’s what Westfield State University offered prospective employees who signed up for a job at the job fair. → Read More

Hampden County Courthouse workers address building issues at breakfast event

Hampden County Courthouse workers are demanding something be done about the condition of the building. → Read More

Springfield Police Dept. announces new measures to improve transparency

The Springfield Police Department is also improving transparency. → Read More