Before we begin the New Year, 22News reflects back on the top stories that made headlines in WMass and around the world in 2015.
22News spoke with people that volunteered their time this Christmas to deliver food to some of the less fortunate.
The Mater Dolorosa Church in Holyoke has been closed since 2011, but you wouldn’t have been able to tell on Christmas Day.
Police led a massive search for over two hours after reports of a baby being thrown into the river.
22News was there as the Holyoke Police Department delivered presents to children who weren’t expecting holiday gifts this Christmas.
A sight that you don’t typically see on Christmas Day…horses in Holyoke!
The warm temperatures brought people outdoors this Christmas Day. Kids and young adults got in on the action at Forest Park.
It certainly didn’t feel like a typical New England Christmas. 22News talked to residents who took advantage of the warmth by golfing!
Coast Guard officials are reminding boaters and paddlers that area waters are still dangerously cold, despite the unseasonably weather.
Christmas dinner is a family tradition for most people, but if you’re homeless, Christmas dinner takes on a whole new meaning.
It happens every year in Longmeadow. Dozens of volunteers donate their time to help nursing home workers who have a shift on Christmas Day.