The First Congregational Church in Amherst has transformed a meeting room into a bedroom for Lucio Perez.
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In addition to funding for military equipment and bases, this bill also determines pay and benefits for military personnel.
Details about the design inside of the casino remaining private until closer to opening day.
Jessy’s Run fundraiser back in August raised over $62,000 and presented a check in that amount to the Baystate Regional Cancer Program.
22News spoke with Congressman Neal on whether stricter gun laws show be implemented.
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Massachusetts is preparing to welcome Puerto Rican families when flights resume from the hurricane-devastated island.
22News asked people if they think police and organizers can do more to prevent these tragedies at outdoor festivals or events.
Trump has said, the cuts will help with economic growth but Neal thinks only the top will benefit from his latest tax plan.
The mission of the Candaras Davison Center for Inclusion is in its name: Inclusion.
MGM announced Kringle Candle will open in the historic church and delayed the opening of a restaurant in the armory.
Northampton fears that MGM’s casino could drive business away from their city, and they want money to attract casino visitors.
The TSA actually sent down 1,100 employees from across the country to help in those efforts.
In Holyoke, voters will narrow the four-candidate field for mayor down to two. There are also city council races in Holyoke and Westfield.
Thousands and thousands of people attend the Big E every day, and with those big crowds comes a need for a big lost and found.
22News spoke with Congressman Richard Neal about the work he has done to make this reopening possible, and what it means to the city.
Currently, the elementary grades are divided between the West Street School and the East Meadow School.
A replacement has not been found, Holyoke’s superintendent says the school’s assistant principals are helping with the transition.
About 90 6th and 7th graders at Peck were selected for the P3 program. It stands for Personalized Pathways Program.