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Nearly a week after Hurricane Irma, the killer storm’s devastating impact is still being felt across Florida.
Flight over the Tampa Bay area shows large swaths of area still without electricity in Hurricane Irma’s wake.
Hazelwood Ave. is closed to traffic from Laurel St. to Llewelyn Pl. in Longmeadow until around 12pm today.
It has happened yet again- another truck has become wedged underneath a Chicopee underpass. This time, in the middle of the morning commute.
One hundred employees from Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire arrived in Orlando on Tuesday.
American Red Cross entering phase two of the deployment process to help people in Texas and Florida, which are still active disaster regions…
Dozens of people gathered at the Sullivan Public Safety Complex to pay tribute to the men and women who were killed on September 11, 2001.
American Red Cross Shelter at Jorge Mas Canosa Middle School in Miami Dade.
Todd Owen out of Somers, CT scored the overall victory in the 20/20 Sunoco Modified race, and told 22News it was fun to sit in victory lane.…
Watch live tracking of Hurricane Irma as the storm pushes north along the Florida coast.
Organized by Elms College, the Dorothy Day Service Program allows students to take part in a week-long service experience.
Police in Texas also found a stolen U-Haul truck nearby which was still running.
Police say that the suspect used a high-powered rifle to shoot through the front door of the pharmacy, and fired more rounds inside.
Disaster relief volunteers continued to work throughout the weekend in Texas.
Read some of the heart felt stories from Red Cross volunteers and residents living in Texas.
A rare yellow lobster is now among other oddly colored lobsters in Boston.
“No one will be turned away.” Was the mantra of service. George R. Brown Convention Center, Red Cross Mega Shelter, Houston, Texas.
The 36-year-old princess died in the early hours of Aug. 31, 1997 following a car crash in Paris.
Giant pendulum ride at speeds of nearly 70 miles per hour reaching 147 feet in the air before plunging downward from 15 stories.