Nick DeGray, WWLP-22News

Nick DeGray

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Thanksgiving high school football games in western Massachusetts

It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving in western Massachusetts without some high school football games Thursday morning! → Read More

Longmeadow police investigating stolen check case

Longmeadow Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a person that is wanted for questioning in connection to an alleged stolen check case. → Read More

Pittsfield home damaged by gunshots, no arrests made

Pittsfield police are investigating a shots fired incident on Onota Street Monday night. → Read More

Springfield Police hosting toy drive for local families

The Springfield Police Cadets are collecting new toys to help local families this holiday season. → Read More

Hampshire, Franklin County residents lose thousands of dollars in cryptocurrency schemes

The Northwestern District Attorney’s office is warning residents of a scheme that has stolen thousands of dollars from three local families recently. → Read More

Chicopee police warn of texts pretending to be USPS

The Chicopee Police Department is warning residents about a recent increase in scheme text messages that are trying to obtain information and money from residents. → Read More

State funding to control invasive species at Chapin Meadow in Wales

The state has awarded $483,922 in grant funding to organizations across the Commonwealth, including the Norcross Wildlife Foundation in Wales which will use the funding to control invasive species at Chapin Meadow. → Read More

SCHEDULE: Thanksgiving High School football games

It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving in western Massachusetts without some high school football games Thursday morning! → Read More

MGM Springfield applies for in-person, online sports betting

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has received 15 sports wagering operator applications. They have set a goal of beginning in-person betting by January and online betting by March. → Read More

ABCC to increase enforcement on impaired driving at Massachusetts bars

The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) will begin “Operation Safe Holidays” this week, where they will be increasing their alcohol enforcement efforts at bars across the Commonwealth for the rest of the year. → Read More

Monte’s March from Springfield to Greenfield begins

Monte Belmonte of 93.9 The River has begun his annual “Monte’s March” to benefit the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. Through Tuesday, he will be walking to Greenfield with a goal of raising $500,000. → Read More

Mandatory water-use restrictions eased in Greenfield after improvement in drought conditions

Residents in the city of Greenfield will no longer be under mandatory water-use restrictions, the Mayor’s office announced Friday. → Read More

Congressman Richard Neal discusses new Democratic leadership in the House

Congressman Richard Neal was in Springfield Friday morning to discuss the results of the midterm election and to preview the next group of lawmakers in Congress. → Read More

Congressmen Neal, McGovern on Pelosi stepping down as House Democratic leader

Local U.S. House members Richard Neal and Jim McGovern have both issued statements following the news that Nancy Pelosi will be stepping down as the House Democratic leader. → Read More

Merlin the horse looking for forever home after recovery

After a year of recovering from being underweight and not properly maintained, Merlin the horse is ready to be adopted. → Read More

Police investigating shots fired at Wilbraham home

Wilbraham police are investigating after shots were fired in the Dipping Hole Road area early Thursday morning. → Read More

Santa Clause is coming to the Holyoke Mall

The Holyoke Mall will have a special guest returning this holiday season. → Read More

Springfield suspect wanted for shoplifting, allegedly stole kid’s bike

The Springfield Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man that was caught on camera allegedly shoplifting. → Read More

Springfield police warn residents of suspect impersonating utility worker

The Springfield Police Department is alerting residents of a scheme involving a person pretending to be a utility worker that may be targeting elderly people. → Read More

Chicopee hosting ‘Fill the Bearcat’ food drive

The Chicopee City Hall along with the Chicopee Police Department will be hosting a food drive Thursday and Friday. → Read More