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Located in Hampden County on the Connecticut and Chicopee Rivers, Chicopee is an Algonquin word that means "violent or raging water" in reference to the surrounding rivers. Chicopee is often called the "Crossroads of New England". The city's motto is "Industriae Variae" meaning "Varied Industry". The City Hall auditorium is known to have hosted such speakers as Horace Mann, Frederick Douglas, and Charles Dickens. Chicopee is currently home to the Wesover Air Reserve Base, the largest reserve air force base in the country.

Population: 54653
Local Newspapers: The Republican
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NFL) Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL)

Zip Codes associated with chicopee, massachusetts: 01013 01020 01022
Towns/Cities near chicopee, massachusetts : Springfield Holyoke Williamsett Wilbraham Agawam Westfield

Chicopee News
Trial of Chicopee man charged in teen's death set to start

The manslaughter trial of a Massachusetts man charged with shooting and killing a teenager he thought was trying to break into his home is set to begin. Jury selection in the trial of 44-year-old Jeffrey Lovell, of Chicopee, is scheduled to start Wednesday in Hampden Superior Court in Springfield.

A look at how much snow wea ve had so far this winter

So far this winter season we've had four significant snowstorms, two in December, including one on Christmas Day and two in January, with the biggest one on January 4th. On average we usually pick up around 22" of snow by now.

Baker seeks $15M for schools educating hurricane victims

Gov. Charlie Baker said Friday he planned to seek $15 million in state funding for school districts that are educating students displaced by hurricanes in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Baker, a Republican, told the Massachusetts Municipal Association the request would be part of his annual state budget proposal he was scheduled to submit to the state Legislature on Wednesday.

Connecticut River ice jams drawing a crowd

Some parts of the Connecticut River shoreline are looking very arctic these days. For days now, spectators have been crowding the shoreline to see a spectacular sight of giant ice chunks lining the river.

East Longmeadow trash hasna t been picked up in weeks

Hundreds of homeowners have told the town manager that the trash hauler hired by the town hasn't picked up their trash in weeks. Some residents have waited since just after Christmas.

Chicopee man charged with second OUI after telephone pole crash

A Chicopee man has been charged with OUI for a second time after an officer allegedly witnessed him crash into a telephone pole early Wednesday morning. Chicopee Police Officer Mike Wilk told 22News 42-year-old Michael Bryant was driving down Grattan Street toward Meadow Street at about 3:15 a.m., when an officer saw him cross the solid lines, jump the curb, and hit the pole.

Snowy morning followed by gradual improvements this afternoon

A jury is set to deliberate an auto fraud case against a pilot who once flew loads of drugs for Colombian cartels during Miami' CHICOPEE, Mass. - Snow will continue to accumulate throughout the morning as western Massachusetts deals with the second snow storm of 2018.

The flu is widespread in Massachusetts and across the country

When Sam and Dean go missing, Jody Mills calls Claire Novak, the rebellious rogue hunter, and tells her it is time to come home. CHICOPEE, Mass.

Rollover crash on Exit 3 off ramp of I-391 in Chicopee caused delays

A vehicle rolled over on the Exit 3 off ramp of I-391 at around 2:45 p.m. Sunday afternoon. State Police from the Springfield barracks blocked off the ramp and diverted traffic while a flatbed truck was brought in to tow the vehicle away.

Health | VNA Care Names Chaffee President & CEO

Chaffee replaces Mary Ann O'Connor, BSN, MBA, who is retiring after a 45-year career in the home care and hospice industry. "I have great admiration for the work VNA Care does with Atrius Health to ensure patients receive the patient-centered care they deserve.

Traxxas Monster Truck Tour Here This Weekend At The MassMutual Center

The Traxxas Monster Truck Tour held an event Friday night at the MassMutual Center. Before the show, fans got to meet the drivers of these monster trucks as well as a ride a monster truck.

Flooding from rain, melting snow cause problems on the roads

Flooding closed roads and caused frustration for drivers Friday night. Rain and fog also made for a difficult night on the roadways in Western Massachusetts.

Part of New Ludlow Road in Chicopee closed due to water issues

When Sam and Dean go missing, Jody Mills calls Claire Novak, the rebellious rogue hunter, and tells her it is time to come home.

Chicopee police investigating late night armed robbery of bar

Chicopee Police Officer Mike Wilk told 22News officers were called to the Chief's Lounge at 11:35 Thursday night. When they got there, a bartender and patrons allegedly told officers a masked man went inside and showed a handgun, before going behind the bar and demanding money.

Breakfast in Holyoke Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr.

A number of events are kicking off a weekend of celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Friday. The Greater Holyoke Council for Human Understanding held its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Breakfast at the summit View Banquet and Meeting House in Holyoke Friday morning.

Record high temperatures reached in western Massachusetts

By noon Friday, we had reached 58 degrees at Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee. This breaks the previous high temperature record set last year on this date - 55 degrees.

Sister Andrea Ciszewski, Catholic schools superintendent, to retire in June

Franciscan Sister of St. Joseph M. Andrea Ciszewski, who has served as superintendent of Catholic schools for the Springfield Diocese since 2007, will retire from the position on June 30 of this year. Sister Ciszewski submitted her resignation to Springfield Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski in a letter dated Jan. 9, writing: "I have been privileged to serve with very dedicated and competent personnel in the Catholic schools office and diocesan offices, school administrators, pastors, diocesan and parish school board members, and the faculty and staff members who are extremely dedicated to providing a quality Catholic school education to the children entrusted to their care.

Some winter products became limited after cold snap

AGAWAM, Mass. - It's difficult to fully prepare for bitter cold air like western Massachusetts dealt with this past week and a half.

Catholic Charities staff members work to assist evacuees from Puerto Rico

Natanael Velez, the newest full-time staff member at the local Catholic Charities Agency, has a lot of "family time" on his hands these days. With a caseload of 17 Puerto Rican families recently evacuated from their hurricane-ravaged homes, Velez is focused on finding housing for several families whose temporary shelter assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will run out on Jan. 13. Presently, more than 200 families evacuated from Puerto Rico are staying in hotels in the Greater Springfield Area.

Chicopee Village Townhome tenants complain of trash mounds

CHICOPEE, Mass. - Tenants at a Chicopee apartment complex are complaining about the trash.

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