(Springfield, MA) — A Springfield man has pleaded not guilty to motor vehicle homicide after an early Sunday hit-and-run in the center of Holyoke. Police say 21-year-old Jonathan Lopez ran a red light in a Cadillac, slammed into a Honda Civic, then fled from the scene. Moira Murphy and Brian Callahan were killed, and two other passengers in the Honda were injured. Lopez is held on 40-thousand-dollars cash bail. He’s already on pre-trial probation on two separate assault and battery cases.
Captain Jody Kasper is set to be sworn in Tuesday at the Northampton Academy of Music
The ongoing political battle over a proposed natural gas pipeline moves tonight to the town of Erving
Mayor David Narkewicz isn't talking much much about the June 15 decision to place Deborah Dunphy on leave
The decline comes amid a 42-cent jump recorded over the previous nine weeks.
A number of Cuba initiatives are pending in the Senate, including a bill to remove the travel ban on Americans and rescind the decades-old U.S. economic embargo.