FEMA has been evaluating whether enough stores and supermarkets had reopened by Jan. 31 to justify ending distribution of food and water to …
Evacuees from Puerto Rico could be kicked out of their hotel rooms soon as FEMA funding runs out.
Officials say 32 people have been slain in hurricane-battered Puerto Rico in the first 11 days of the year.
Holyoke Public Schools are looking to hire bilingual teachers from Puerto Rico.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports the U.S. had sixteen billion-dollar disasters in 2017.
Puerto Rico’s governor requested up to 1,500 additional workers from electric companies across the U.S. mainland to help restore power.
The governor of Puerto Rico said it’s possible the death toll is higher than the 64 deaths currently blamed on Hurricane Maria.
Students will need proof they were displaced, and still need to pay fees and other expenses, but the lowered tuition will be a big help.
Puerto Rico continues to struggle in the aftermath of hurricanes Maria and Irma.
22News has information on what Massachusetts is doing to help evacuees after they were hit by two catastrophic hurricanes earlier this year.
The rate break will apply at the University of Massachusetts campuses, state universities and community colleges.
The 264 pallets of goods were donated at community events in Framingham, Holyoke, Lawrence, Southbridge, and Springfield.
A 26 member medical team from Massachusetts General Hospital flew to Puerto Rico to help the hurricane victims with their medical problems.
Airmen deployed to Puerto Rico from the 104th Security Forces Squadron at Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield.
Members of the community gathered in Forest Park Sunday morning for the first ever “Somos Una Voz 413” run and walk for a cause.
The measure provides $18.7 billion to replenish the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s rapidly dwindling accounts.
The cruisers are being driven by deployed police officers on patrols and calls for service.
The five living former presidents appeared together putting aside politics to try to unite the country after the storms.
22News showed how the Pioneer Valley is sending lifesaving items and providing jobs for hurricane victims.
Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. territory of 3.4 million people since making landfall last month.