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.
The students were paid a visit by nurses from VA Central Western Mass who just returned from a deployment to Puerto Rico.
CareerPoint is asking companies that have a history of hiring non-english speaking employees if they’d consider skilled job applicants.
A month after Hurricane Maria rolled across the center of Puerto Rico, the power is still out for the vast majority of people on the island.
Deployment of 10-person emergency management team to Puerto Rico for hurricane response and recovery.
The VA of Central Western Massachusetts is helping hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.
Officers sent back early due to miscommunication, according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.
The first flight from Puerto Rico since the hurricane landed at Bradley International Airport Friday afternoon.
The New North Citizens Council is working to make sure the people who do come here will be able to stay with family and friends.
A 22News viewer emailed photos to firstname.lastname@example.org of the Holyoke Police Department in Puerto Rico.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, tweeted that the president’s comments were “unbecoming” to a commander in chief.
The tribute to Puerto Rican music and dance allowed the western Massachusetts Hispanic community to reflect on Puerto Rico.