Hayley Crombleholme, WWLP-22News

Hayley Crombleholme

WWLP-22News

Springfield, MA, United States

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Past articles by Hayley:

Trick-or-treaters brave rainy, windy Halloween night

Trick-or-treaters braved a rainy and windy night on Halloween. → Read More

Local pizza sales increase on Halloween

Halloween is a big night for candy, but it's also a pretty big night for pizza. → Read More

Local communities postpone trick-or-treating on Halloween due to expected rain

The number of local communities that are pushing trick-or-treating to Saturday is still growing. So far, that number has reached nearly a dozen. → Read More

Women’s shelter in Holyoke discuss domestic violence at event

Holyoke’s Womanshelter Companeras brought out a speaker Tuesday night as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. → Read More

Illegal dumping in Springfield neighborhood becoming an unpleasant sight for residents

Some Springfield residents say a parking lot in their neighborhood has become an illegal dumping ground. → Read More

Helping children with autism navigate Halloween

According to Autism Speaks, for some kids on the autism spectrum, the decorations, itchy costumes, and spooky sounds can be a lot to handle. → Read More

‘Trunk or Treat’ returns to Holyoke Community College

Hundreds of kids came out to the 2nd annual Trunk or Treat at Holyoke Community College Friday night. → Read More

How to protect yourself from ATM skimming

Three Romanian nationals are headed to prison after being sentenced for ATM skimming, ID theft, and racketeering. → Read More

Northampton residents file lawsuit for not being notified about affordable housing in neighborhood

Residents in the Florence section of Northampton claim they weren't properly notified by the city about changes to an affordable housing plan in their neighborhood. → Read More

Federal law enforcement agencies investigate entertainment businesses downtown Springfield

Federal law enforcement were in downtown Springfield investigating two entertainment businesses on Wednesday. → Read More

MLK Jr. Charter School celebrates Hispanic heritage month with buffet dinner

The Martin Luther King Jr. Charter school in Springfield celebrated Hispanic heritage month Tuesday night. → Read More

Holyoke Water Works propose plans addressing deficiencies of water pipes

Multi-million dollar plans are in the works in Holyoke to address deficiencies in the water pipes. → Read More

Holyoke Community College to offer cannabis-related courses

It's becoming a booming industry in the Commonwealth and now, a new program at Holyoke Community College will help prepare people for careers in the cannabis industry. → Read More

Still in sanctuary at Amherst church after two years, Guatemalan man prays to remain in U.S.

October 21st marks two years since Lucio Perez took sanctuary inside an Amherst church. → Read More

Downed trees and wires still on homes, blocking roads after Wednesday’s storm

Residents are still cleaning up after powerful winds pushed through western Massachusetts on Wednesday. → Read More

Holyoke voters to decide on new middle schools in November

Holyoke residents will vote on November 5 to decide on two new middle schools in the city. The state is agreeing to cover a large portion of the $133 million projects, but the $57 million the city would have to pay is causing some push back. → Read More

Tree falls on house seconds after Springfield mother’s quick-thinking to save kids

A local mother's quick thinking likely saved her kids from being crushed by a falling tree. → Read More

Springfield mayor, city council still at odds on community police hearing board

After clashes and vetoes between the mayor and Springfield City Council, the city seems to have settled on a civilian police hearing board to review accusations of misconduct. → Read More

Local residents already preparing for winter

As the weather gets colder it's almost time to fire up your furnace, but you'll want to service it first. → Read More

Local police departments team up for food drive

Local police departments are teaming up to take down hunger. → Read More