A local doctor told 22News that the flu is so common, we often forget it can be dangerous.
Three people have lost their lives in the fire located at 106 North East Street in Holyoke on Sunday.
According to the Attorney General’s Office, Gary Nardi, 45, of Ludlow, was indicted on the charges of larceny over $250.
LeeAnn Thompson was indicted in connection with allegedly stealing more than $150,000 from taxpayers and the town of Blandford.
If you’re a blood donor, you’ll want to hear this. 22News explains there is a particular need for blood and platelet donors right now.
The meeting on effective communication, especially when dealing with conflict, is open to all parents in the Westfield school district.
Hampden County is welcoming a new sheriff for the first time in more than four decades.
22News spoke with the President of the Union and Mayor about the response to the tragedy in Holyoke.
The fire in Holyoke left 3 dead and forced 25 families from their homes. 22News discovered what’s being done to help those families.
Multiple fire departments assisted Hampden Firefighters put out a house fire on Stony Hill Road, Tuesday afternoon.
Holyoke police are hoping someone can contact them at 413-322-6900 with information about the pet and its owner.
The disasters services branch of the American Red Cross is at most fires to help provide assistance in any way they can.
22News explains why January is one of the busiest months for people looking to get employed.
Unsure about what the impact refugees will have on our area? There’s a educational forum coming up.
Westfield has been such a hub for news and events over the past year that it would be difficult to try and summarize it in a sentence.
Material donations such as toiletries and blankets can also be given to the Salvation Army located at 271 Appleton Street in Holyoke.
Donors will receive a $5 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card and a free long-sleeve Red Cross t-shirt, while supplies last!
Westfield Planning Board will be reviewing their December vote on allowing Roots to continue partial operations at their meeting tonight.
A number of stories have made headlines in Southwick. Here are just a small handful of those stories in town that need to be highlighted.
Donations for the homeless fire victims can be brought to the Salvation Army on Appleton Street.