There are more house fires from cooking on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year.
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A section of Worthington Street was closed for a time Monday night after an accident involving a mail truck.
More than 220 pumpkins were on display at a Southwick residents home.
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More than 100 people packed the Holyoke Senior Center to hear from the two candidates.
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A child was playing outside on Crest Street when they were hit by a car.
The member’s only dog park would be located on Glendale Road in Florence.
The Dr. Seuss Museum said they will be replacing the mural with pictures from Dr. Seuss’s later works.
The rain caused messy conditions on the road. In addition to road conditions drivers had to deal with delays.
Security experts say it’s impossible to fully guarantee the security of Las Vegas or any city, but they plan to take steps forward.
City council president wants other councilors and the mayor to disclose any campaign donations received from marijuana industry.
The Red Cross is helping to establish a family assistance center to provide mental health and spiritual support to loved ones.
The Southwick Police Department Friday introduced “General,” a 1-year-old German Shepherd/Belgian Malinois mix.
Many who attended Friday night’s meeting said they’re worried about their family members they’ve been unable to contact.
MGM posted more than 250 job descriptions for dealers, bartenders, and customer service personnel.
22News has partnered with the Red Cross and the Big E to collect donations for hurricane relief efforts.
The African Female Professors Award Association held it’s first-ever award ceremony honoring professors from multiple local colleges.