Tyler's Sunday Evening Forecast (Late Evening)

Tyler's Sunday Evening Forecast (Late Evening)


Gas Prices

Gas Prices


Vigil Held for Slain Teen

Joseph Gorecki Jr., who was killed last week, was remembered at a memorial vigil Sunday night in Wilbraham


Web Weather (Early Evening)

Web Weather (Early Evening)


Dog Show

Dog Show West Springfield


Fall Festival

Fall Festival


Rays of Hope

Rays of Hope Walk


Ray's of Hope

Ray's of Hope


Rays of Hope Walk

Rays of Hope Walk


Roosevelt Accident

Roosevelt Accident


Sunday's News on the Go 10/19

Sunday's News on the Go 10/19


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"Hunting For A Cure" 5k

A large crowd comes out for a 5k to raise funds for research and awareness to Huntington's Disease.


"Fitness is Fun" Health & Wellness Fair

A health and wellness fair is held at the Eastfield Mall in Springfield.


Sister Caritas Cancer Center Expansion

Sisters Caritas and Mercy Medical Center hold a gala to celebrate the $15 million expansion for their cancer treatment center.


Innagural Springfield Unity Concert

The first ever unity concert is held in Springfield to bring those in the community together through music.


Agawam Cinema to Reopen

Agawam Family Cinemas is under new ownership and is set to reopen by the end of the month.


Coakley Campaigns in Springfield

Martha Coakley makes a campaign stop in Springfield as the November election nears.


Friday Football Fever Hot Play (10/17/14)

Week 7's Hot Play and Player of the Week


Friday Football Fever (10/17/14)

Week seven of high school football action


Spooky Safari

Scary fun at the Forest Park Zoo


Annual "Pink Out" Event at Central High/Putnam Football Game

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Springfield Central High Football Booster Club hosted its annual "Pink Out" game Friday night.


Fixed Post Policing

Springfield Police are getting up close and personal


DPW Working to Improve Intersection "X" in Springfield

The City of Springfield is looking for bids to perform a study for Sumner Avenue at the "X."


Mohawk Trail

Mohawk Trail 100 years


Local Entrepreneurs Share Solutions to Grow City at TEDx

The third annual TEDx Springfield event brought together leaders in medicine, business technology, and sports to propose solutions to help the city grow.


Local IT Comp. Teams Up with Baystate & Shows Off New Space

VertitechIT celebrated its move from Northampton to Holyoke at its ribbon cutting ceremony Friday night.


Cleanup Continues on Mt. Tom Following Microburst

Cleanup Continues on Mt. Tom Following Microburst


Colleges Struggle To Meet Demand For Skilled Graduates

Colleges Struggle To Meet Demand For Skilled Graduates


Taste of Greece

The Taste of Greece is underway


Change of Plea hearing

A man is scheduled to change his plea next month


Springfield Crime Summit

Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno convened a meeting of law enforcement officials


South Hadley Fire

Several animals were rescued following a fire


Polish Heritage Month

Bernat's Deli is making some pierogies


Vote 2014 - 4th Hampden District

Candidates face-off in a debate


Friday's News on the Go

CDC investigates nurse's symptoms, President Obama questions effectiveness of travel bans, and forum held after racist graffiti found! ABC40's Tom Lewis and Emily Volz bring you your News on the Go for this Friday morning!


Money Matters: International Market Problems Fuel Sell-Off

Panicon Wall Street has eased since Thursday but will the fear ensued by Ebola, oil, and the European markets continue to affect us. ABC40's Tom Lewis and Emily Volz are joined by Brian Corridan from Corridan and Co. to talk about the sell off fueled by international market problems.


ABC40InTheMorning Celebrates 10/17

ABC40InTheMorning Celebrates 10/17


A Night for Moose

A celebration is held in honor of Moose Fontenot, the proceeds of which are being used to help his family.


Anti-Racism Forum

Students are speaking out after a number of hate crimes at Umass Amherst


Campaign Controversy

Calls for transparency as local race heats up


Pedestrian Ax

A pedestrian was struck by a car on Memorial Drive in Chicopee tonight.


Sen. Neal Comments On Proposed Travel Restrictions to the U.

The Obama Administration insisted Thursday that a ban on travel to the U.S. from the Ebola-stricken countries is not under consideration.


Athlete of the Week: Sara Rooke

In this week's edition of Athlete of the Week we profile the captain of Cathedral girl's soccer Sara Rooke.


2014 Honor Flight

the 2014 class of the Honor Flight is recognized before their trip to Washington D.C. to visit the war memorials


Casino Lottery

Repeal Casino study predicts that a huge hit to the lottery with the addition of the casino will affect the state and town budgets.


Repeat Offenders

Keeping criminal repeat offenders off the street is the main priority of Holyoke Mayor ALex Morse.


Springfield Unity Festival

The Springfield Unity Festival is scheduled to be held this weekend


Great Shake Out

Great Northeast Shake Out Drill


Greenfield Cameras

New security cameras in Greenfield