A Holyoke City Councilor wants to make sure residents know when a fire engine is taken out of service.
Victims of the January fire on Main Street in Holyoke recently spoke to 22News about feeling forgotten.
More than 1,100 people, businesses and organizations have made contributions to the fund, according to Mayor Alex Morse’s Office.
The State Fire Marshal said the communications connection broke less than 48 hours before the deadly New Year’s Day fire.
Recent apartment and multi-family home fires have people asking, is a smoke detector enough protection?
It is a small contingent of volunteers that the Western Massachusetts Chapter keeps calling again and again, and they need more help.
City leaders are expected to discuss several proposed changes at a city council meeting Tuesday to help prevent future tragedies.
The City of Holyoke has been helping the families who lost loved ones or their homes in that New Year’s Day apartment fire.
Twenty percent of the day’s sales at five Friendly’s locations are being contributed to the Holyoke Mayor’s Fire Relief Fund.
A group of protesters said they believe the New Year’s Day fire could have turned out differently if Engine 2 was in service.
Holyoke Firefighters Union Local 1693 is upset over the “brownout” of one of the city’s fire engines.
The money raised Monday will go to the Mayor Relief Fund set up for the families affected by the New Year’s Day fire.
Saturday night, these families received the red carpet treatment they deserve after a devastating start to the New Year.
18 year old Briana Serrano will always be grateful to the people who rescued her and her 2 year old daughter during that deadly fire in Holy…
Donations are pouring in for victims of the Holyoke apartment fire that killed 3 people and left 25 families homeless.
Holyoke’s fire chief said that there was no sprinkler system inside the building, which could have saved lives.
Three people have lost their lives in the fire located at 106 North East Street in Holyoke on Sunday.
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.
Holyoke police are hoping someone can contact them at 413-322-6900 with information about the pet and its owner.