Published: Jun. 28, 2022 at 8:45 PM EDT|Updated: Jun. 28, 2022 at 10:00 PM EDT
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, Volodomyr Zhukovskyy was found not guilty in the deaths of the seven motorcyclists who died in a 2019 crash, police shut down streets in Springfield and several homes were evacuated due to a gas leak, and a local school superintendent is speaking out after the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education delivers its updated COVID-19 guidance. Plus, Meteorologist Janna Brown has your latest forecast.
In this update, businesses are preparing for this weekend’s tax-free holiday, actress Olivia Newton-John has died, and Red Sox Color Commentator Dennis Eckersley has announced this will be his final season with NESN. Plus, Meteorologist Janna Brown has your latest forecast.
In this update, superintendents in western Mass. held a call with state officials in hopes of receiving updated COVID guidance for their classrooms, U.S. lawmakers are focused on passing legislation that helps the consumer amid inflation, and today is day 10 in the trial of the West Springfield man accused of causing a crash that killed 7 motorcyclists in New Hampshire back in 2019. Plus, Meteorologist Janna Brown has your latest forecast.
In this update, Westfield's Big Day and National Night Out wrapped up last night, UPS workers are taking a week of action to ask for better working conditions, the annual Hickory Street Harambee Festival was held yesterday in Springfield. Plus, Meteorologist Liam Murphy has your latest forecast.