Ashley Shook, WWLP-22News

Ashley Shook


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Ashley:

Mountain View School in Easthampton COVID-19 booster clinic

Preregistration is required to receive a COVID-19 booster being held at the Mountain View School in Easthampton on Wednesday. → Read More

Owner closing Chubby’s ice cream in Belchertown after 9 years of operating

An owner of a iconic food and ice cream hot spot is closing its doors after 9 years in the business. → Read More

22News to broadcast New England Patriots vs Minnesota Vikings

Watch New England Patriots vs Minnesota Vikings game tonight on 22News. → Read More

Breweries with the most highly ranked beers in Massachusetts

A list of the breweries with the most beers ranked in the top 100 in Massachusetts → Read More

Ludlow man charged with distribution of child pornography through Kik messenger app

A man from Ludlow was arrested on Monday for allegedly distributing child pornography. → Read More

10 years since gas explosion on Worthington Street in Springfield

Ten years ago a natural gas explosion leveled parts of Worthington Street in Springfield. → Read More

Belchertown police K-9 Theia celebrates birthday

Belchertown Police K-9 Theia is celebrating her birthday Wednesday. → Read More

Belchertown improves ways to walk and bike to school safely

The Belchertown School District is being recognized as the 1,000th partnership for the Safe Routes to School Program. → Read More

“Holiday Tour of Homes” annual fundraiser featuring homes in West Springfield

Tickets are on sale for the 26th annual Holiday Tour of Homes to support the West Springfield Boys & Girls Club. → Read More

Boston man arrested for allegedly distributing thousands of pills containing fentanyl

A Boston man was arrested on Monday for allegedly distributing thousands of pills containing fentanyl. → Read More

Unlicensed driver charged with trafficking fentanyl after traffic stop in Charlestown

A Lynn man is facing drug charges after a traffic stop in Charlestown last Thursday. → Read More

Home break-in on Stony Hill Road in Wilbraham, police reminding residents to keep home and car locked

Wilbraham Police are investigating after a house was broken into while the resident was sleeping early Tuesday morning. → Read More

Herrell’s new holiday flavor: New England corn pudding ice cream

Herrell’s Ice Cream in Northampton has a new ice cream flavor for the holidays. → Read More

Massachusetts man charged with unlawful possession of a machinegun

A Brookline man is being charged by criminal complaint with the unlawful possession of a machinegun and was detained on Friday. → Read More

Ceremony in Springfield remembers John F. Kennedy 59 years after assassination

It’s been 59 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22nd, 1963. → Read More

Springfield’s Union Station marks busy holiday travel season with tree lighting

The tree lighting ceremony at Union Station is being held on Tuesday as it marks the official beginning of the station’s busy holiday travel season. → Read More

Fireball captured on video in this Massachusetts town

A 22News viewer sent a video of a fireball early Tuesday morning. → Read More

MA lawmakers pass bill to protect occupation license of outstanding student loan debt

A Massachusetts bill has passed legislation that will prevent individuals with outstanding student loan debt from having their professional licenses revoked. → Read More

Lane closed on Mass. Pike in Chicopee for emergency repairs

The left lane closed on the westbound side of the Mass. Pike in Chicopee Tuesday morning for emergency repairs. → Read More

Free PVTA services through the end of 2022

The PVTA is providing free transit beginning Friday through the end of the year. The “Try Transit” program is to attract new customers and also help current riders during the increased costs due to inflation. → Read More