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The Holyoke YMCA is now free to demolish an historic mansion across the street from its building.
The "1901 Queen Anne Victorian red brick structure" was once owned by Herbert Farr, the co-owner of one of the city's first textile companies.
In a statement, the Y says its membership is growing and it needs the parking to accommodate its members' needs, which are "more important than a building".
Catholics across much of Connecticut have a new leader. Archbishop Leonard Blair was installed Monday afternoon during a mass at St. Joseph Cathedral Hartford.
Wynn Resorts cleared another hurdle Monday in its bid for the sole eastern Massachusetts casino license.
After talking about the issue for years, the Massachusetts legislature could soon take up gun control legislation.