It’s been 15yrs since Officer John DiNapoli was shot and killed in the line of duty. 22News was in Holyoke where a candle-light vigil was he…
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The City of Holyoke is lowering flags to half-staff and holding a vigil to mark 15 years since the killing of Officer John DiNapoli.