In this update, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that COVID-19 boosters are now available for children ages 5-11, one of the police officers allegedly involved in the 2015 brawl outside of Nathan Bill's Bar and Restaurant has been found not guilty, and Springfield crews responded to a crash on Boston Road in the area of Barber Street. Plus, Meteorologist Ken Mahan has your latest forecast.
In this update, a loud explosion was heard across western Massachusetts yesterday that had many people looking for answers. Massachusetts State Police have seized more than a thousand illegal fireworks from drivers who bought them in neighboring states ahead of the 4th of July, and there are new details on the car pulled from Watershops Pond in Springfield late last night. Plus, Meteorologist Janna Brown has your latest forecast.
In this update, emergency crews in Springfield pulled a car out of Watershops Pond last night, the Massachusetts House of Representatives is debating a bill that would further protect citizens who receive or administer reproductive health care, and most states are engaged in abortion debates. Plus, Meteorologist Janna Brown has your latest forecast.
In this update, a vigil was held tonight for one of the three teens killed in a car in Brimfield on Sunday, Western Mass News got answers about laws in place for young drivers who recently got their license, and DESE Commissioner Jeffrey Riley announced the state will no longer provide free COVID-19 testing to school districts beginning in the fall. Plus, Meteorologist Janna Brown has your latest forecast.
In this update, the sisters of one of the teens killed in a crash over the weekend in Brimfield are speaking exclusively with Western Mass News, officials say this is the deadliest time of year for teen drivers, and the congressional select committee investigating the January 6th Capitol insurrection is holding a surprise public hearing this afternoon. Plus, Meteorologist Janna Brown has your latest forecast.