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Past articles by David:

Residents clean up after Wednesday’s strong storm

Residents in western Massachusetts were cleaning up Thursday after powerful winds swept through the region Wednesday. → Read More

New details shared in redevelopment project along Chicopee’s riverfront

Public leaders gathered in Chicopee Wednesday to announce new details in a redevelopment project along the city's riverfront. → Read More

Chicopee raises Irish flag in honor of St. Patrick’s Day

City leaders joined members of the Irish American community for a special flag raising in Chicopee Wednesday. → Read More

Sprinkling of ashes marks start of Lent for Christian community

It's Ash Wednesday, the first day of the Christian season of Lent. → Read More

Spontaneous combustion in compost pile cause of Bondi’s Island fire

Firefighters have completely put out the fire at Bondi’s Island on Monday and officials now know what caused the fire. → Read More

Chicopee honors Polish heritage month at City Hall

A flag raising was held Wednesday in Chicopee in honor of Polish heritage month. → Read More

Have you registered to vote yet?

With the state primary two weeks away its important to check your voter registration satus. → Read More

State Representatives asking STCC to reconsider closing seven college programs

State Representatives Bud Williams and Angelo Puppolo spoke at a news conference outside Springfield Technical Community College Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Gold prices at a record high

Gold prices have surged to record highs over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and analysts say they likely won't slow down. → Read More

Water quality tests for Fort River in Belchertown to begin this month

A group advocating for protecting the Fort River, and the habitat surrounding the 15-mile long tributary of the Connecticut River, is beginning water quality tests this month. → Read More

Fifth annual Junior Golf Championship to be held in Chicopee

Teenage golfers are participating in the annual Junior Golf hub championship this week. → Read More

MNA protest closure of inpatient beds at Providence Behavioral Health in Holyoke

The Massachusetts Nurses Association held a memorial event Wednesday to protest the closure of inpatients beds at Providence Behavioral Health Hospital. → Read More

Southwick holds annual town elections

Voters in Southwick headed to the polls on Tuesday to fill 19 positions in their town government. → Read More

Outdoor recreational areas allowed to reopen during Phase 2

As Phase 2 of Governor Baker's plan to reopen the state begins Monday, children will be able to head to playgrounds and participate in sports programs. → Read More

AmeriCorps distributes free face masks to Springfield residents

Members of the Springfield College AmeriCorps program are working to protect members of the community from the coronavirus. → Read More

West Springfield Boys & Girls Club offers birthday cake protein shakes to members

The West Springfield Boys & Girls Club is expanding their snack and activity distribution program. → Read More

Cleanup continues after powerful storms on Monday

Powerful storms made their way through western Massachusetts Monday evening, leaving behind quite a mess. → Read More

Lunch provided to Springfield Police through Feed the Fight initiative

Two local businesses showed their appreciation for the people keeping the community running during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

‘Good Morning Heroes’ provides grab-and-go breakfast for Springfield first responders

United Way of Pioneer Valley and the Springfield Boys & Girls Club are showing their appreciation for local first responders during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Springfield schools begin distributing laptops to students

Springfield Public Schools have started handing out 10,000 laptops to K-12 students. → Read More