Mary Cate Mannion, Western Mass News

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Past articles by Mary:

Victim in Westminster Street shooting identified, 2 arrested

The city of Springfield has recorded its seventh homicide of the year after an armed assault and attempted robbery Thursday afternoon. → Read More

UMass Amherst researchers busy keeping an eye on nymphal ticks

If you’ve spent anytime outside so far this summer, and if you haven’t encountered any ticks you can consider yourself lucky. → Read More

Flooding forces dozens from Springfield building

Dozens of people have been forced from a Springfield apartment building following Monday night’s storm. → Read More

How to troubleshoot your AC unit before temperatures rise

With extremely warm weather expected next week, HVAC companies are busy working to beat the heat. → Read More

Russian immigrant continues deportation fight while in sanctuary

As a Peruvian woman facing deportation was able to leave her church sanctuary in Springfield on Monday on a stay of removal, a Russian woman's fight against deportation is very much ongoing. → Read More

Families speak out about victims found at Page Blvd. home

Family members are speaking out after learning their loved ones were among the three women found dead in and around a Springfield home last week. → Read More

Bodies found at Page Blvd. home identified

Police continue to investigate at 1333 Page Boulevard in Springfield, which is the last known address of Stuart Weldon and also the location where three bodies were found last week → Read More

DCF takes custody of child from Springfield home where bodies we

State officials have taken custody of a child who lived at a Springfield home where three bodies have been found. → Read More

Investigation continues following Agawam standoff

Residents of Brookline and Belvedere Avenues in the Feeding Hills section of Agawam are back home as another family mourns the death of a man who held an hours-long stand off with police Monday nig... → Read More

Police: suspect found dead following Agawam armed standoff

Police say an armed standoff on Brookline Avenue in Agawam has come to an end after the man responsible was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. → Read More

Hu Ke Lau to close Friday

Tonight, the neon lights of the Hu Ke Lau will go out - at least for now. → Read More

Westfield woman charged with disposing of newborn baby appears i

There are new developments today in the case of a Westfield woman charged with the improper disposal of a human body, related to the disappearance of her newborn baby last year. → Read More

Northampton custodian accused of taking nude photos arraigned in

A custodian accused of taking photos and spying on girls in a Northampton High School bathroom appeared before a judge today. → Read More

Custodian arrested after 'unusual modifications' found in Northa

A custodian is on paid leave following a discovery of what school officials call "unusual structural modifications" in a girl’s bathroom at Northampton High School. → Read More

New details in case of Springfield officer fired twice in 11 yea

Western Mass News is learning more about the incident that cost a former Springfield police officer his job for the second time. → Read More

Sprinkler system not required for Belmont Avenue apartments

Western Mass News has discovered more information about the triple fatal fire on Belmont Avenue in Springfield on Sunday. → Read More

Officials identify victims in deadly Springfield fire

A father and two young children have been identified as the victims in a fire that quickly tore through a Belmont Avenue apartment building over the weekend. → Read More

MGM unveils more details about Springfield project

Following a meeting with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, more details are becoming clear about the MGM casino project. → Read More

School districts nearing or exceeding 'snow day' allotments

With our third potential Nor'easter in two weeks time, many schools in western Massachusetts have hit their cap for days off due to winter weather. → Read More

Power companies, DPW crews plan ahead for Wednesday's storm

Tons of sand has poured into Springfield's Department of Public Works ahead of our next batch of winter weather. → Read More