Assimilation into a new country can be difficult. A discussion will be taking place soon to speak about refugee children in our area.
The Springfield Bishop said President Donald Trump’s executive order goes against American and Catholic values.
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has contracted with Catholic Charities of Springfield and Northampton to resettle refugees.
Unsure about what the impact refugees will have on our area? There’s a educational forum coming up.
The 22News I-Team uncovered how much money the refugee program has cost taxpayers over the past year.
The 22News I-Team has uncovered that a larger number are being resettled in western Massachusetts compared to the rest of the state.
As Northampton prepares to welcome 51 refugees to the city in January, one of the biggest challenges is finding them housing.
The Northampton city council will also take part in the meeting scheduled for Monday at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
Refugees are coming to Northampton in January. They’ll need a job and a place to stay, all while learning how to speak English.
Dozens of refugees are coming to live in Hampshire County. 22News explains how Northampton is preparing and how you can help.
It’s one of several exhibits on display in Boston, raising awareness to a variety of issues.
Refugees could resettle in western Massachusetts next year. The President is the one who sets the number of refugees that will resettle in t…
More than 100 Syrian refugees have settled in Massachusetts over the past year, and more are on their way.
There are plans in the works to bring dozens of refugees to Northampton and Pittsfield.
Massachusetts is no stranger to the refugee resettlement process, with about 200 refugees from Syria since Governor Baker took office.
Hundreds of community volunteers have already signed up to help them acclimate to life in a new country.
The second public meeting was held to discuss the relocation of 51 refugees from Syria, Burundi and the Congo.
The governor said that the state should always have concern about refugee resettlement, but he has faith in the federal vetting process.
Massachusetts isn’t the only state taking in refugees from Syria over the next year.
Northampton, the Paradise City, will be the new home of Syrian refugee families escaping civil war.