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Past articles by Sydney:

FDA expected to expand Pfizer booster shot for all adults

The FDA is expected to open up the Pfizer booster shot for all adults by the end of the week. → Read More

Thanksgiving meals expected to cost more this year

This could be the most expensive holiday season in history, plagued with shortages, and it starts next week with Thanksgiving. → Read More

Family support center opens in Springfield

An all new family support center is ready to start working with families in the greater Springfield area after opening an new location. → Read More

Springfield accepting proposals for “Court of Dreams” sports complex near Hall of Fame

Springfield is trying to make Hoop City a must see destination for young basketball players. Bringing in top athletes to play on an all new “court of dreams” right next to the Basketball Hall of Fame. → Read More

Federal student loan payments to resume January 2022

The pause on federal student loan payments is coming to an end next year on January 21. → Read More

Thunderbirds come up short against Wolf Pack, 6-4 loss

It was a big game for the Thunderbirds but they came up short, losing Friday night 6-4 to the Hartford Wolf Pack. → Read More

West Springfield forms committee to look into benefits of cryptocurrency for the town

The town of West Springfield is exploring Cryptocurrency and how it can be useful to the town. → Read More

Twin brothers from Wilbraham & Monson Academy sign to play college basketball at Duke, Harvard

Kyle and Matt Filipowski are committing to play Division 1 basketball. The brothers have spent the last three years at Wilbraham & Monson Academy and will now move on to college basketball at Duke University and Harvard University. → Read More

Wilbraham & Monson Academy student athletes sign letters of intent for collegiate careers

Wilbraham Monson Academy is graduating several Division 1 athletes this year, two of them signing their national letter of intent. → Read More

Pediatric COVID-19 vaccine being administered across western Massachusetts

About 510,000 children in Massachusetts are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination, and already 15,000 have gotten the first dose. → Read More

Springfield police increasing efforts to stop speeding, illegal guns

Springfield Police say they’re doing their job by getting these illegal guns off the streets, and now they are urging the courts to hold suspects accountable. → Read More

Springfield firefighters and officers compete in Beyond the Badge Classic

It was a battle on the court between Springfield's law enforcement and the fire department Wednesday. → Read More

UMass Women’s, Men’s basketball teams win season opener

The UMass men’s basketball team opens its 2021 season Tuesday night vs. the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. → Read More

Gas prices in Hampden County among lowest in the state

Gas has gone up two cents in the last day and people are paying anywhere from $3.15 a gallon in Springfield to $3.45 in Northampton. → Read More

Reopening borders won’t impact Bradley International Airport

The borders reopening won’t have to much of an impact on the daily operations of Bradley International Airport. → Read More

Time change comes with driving dangers

4 people died in motor vehicle crashes in Springfield this week and as we enter daylight saving time, experts say there will likely be even more crashes. → Read More

Gary Rome Hyundai partners with Ronald McDonald House for Trees of Hope fundraiser

Western Massachusetts organizations are teaming up to help raise funds for families in need. → Read More

Holyoke police officers recognized for exceptional service

Over a dozen Holyoke Police Officers were recognized for their hard work. → Read More

Where to find pediatric vaccine appointments

Parents can now make appointments to get children between the ages of 5 and 11 vaccinated. → Read More

New Real Living Realty offices opening

The competitive housing market is prompting real estate companies to expand. → Read More