The liquor licenses for the Holyoke St. Patrick's Day Road Race have been approved and local business owners are furious. Five new vendors will be allowed to sell alcohol on Saturday. One Holyoke Irish pub owner told Western Mass News this will effect his bottom line. This year, some vendors from outside of Holyoke will be allowed to sell alcohol right next to bars that have been in the city for decades.
The Springfield College men's basketball team is heading to the NCAA Division III semifinals for the first time in school history. This team received an at-large bid to go to the NCAA tournament a few weeks ago and now they have a shot at a national championship. Boarding a bus in Springfield on Wednesday, they left the birthplace of basketball to head to Salem, Virginia to compete on the highest stage. Leading the charge are athletes that grew up right down the street.
A local high school is closing at the end of the year after an announcement last night. And parents are saying they were blind sided. School is closed at St. Mary’s High School today because of the snow, but come the end of the year. It will be closed for good. A meeting was held Monday night to break the news to families whose lives centered around this school. [READ MORE: St. Mary's High School in Westfield to close by end of school year]The announcement ... was devastating.
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Selecting a term
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