Jennifer Zarate, WWLP-22News

Jennifer Zarate


Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Woman who crashed car into neighbor’s pool, “okay”

Springfield Fire were called to 39 Weymouth Street Sunday morning to find a 2003 Mercury Sable sticking out of a swimming pool. → Read More

Fans get excited as New England Patriots train for upcoming season

New England Patriots training camp is underway, and getting fans excited for the regular-season. → Read More

“Hockeyday” celebrates Springfield’s hockey history

Hundreds of people came out to celebrate Springfield's hockey tradition, including 27 former Springfield Indian and Springfield Kings players. → Read More

UMass students likely to face tuition increase this fall

Come fall, 75,000 UMass students may see an increase in the cost of tuition. UMass was unable to secure about $10 million in additional funds to freeze tuition costs. → Read More

Yankee Candle Founder Mike Kittredge II dead at 67, leaves legacy behind

Yankee Candle Founder and Kringle Candle Co-Founder Michael Kittredge II died in a Boston hospital Wednesday night at the age of 67. → Read More

Greenfield’s Safe City Ordinance to be reconsidered in August

On July 17, the Greenfield City Council voted 10-to-3 to approve a Safe City ordinance. It will now be reconsidered in August. → Read More

Greenfield, State Police make several major drug busts in July

State Police have made several major drug busts on I-91 in Franklin County during the month of July alone. → Read More

Local residents pledge to stand in solidarity, demand justice for Puerto Rico

Chaos continues in Puerto Rico as protesters demand their governor to step down. → Read More

Signs to look out for to prevent heat-related illnesses

High heat and humidity this weekend had temperatures feeling close to 110 degrees, putting people at risk for heat-related illnesses like heat stroke and heat exhaustion. → Read More

Local marina expecting more visitors on Saturday, Sunday

Friday’s hot, humid weather sent many people to local lakes and rivers to cool off. → Read More

Northampton opens four cooling centers ahead of brutal heat

The city of Northampton has opened four cooling centers in anticipation of triple-digit temperatures this weekend. → Read More

Report: One in four Massachusetts residents tries to fix broken electronics themselves

From electronics to automobiles, we all break stuff but not everyone turns to an expert for repairs. → Read More

Flammable materials pose as a safety hazard in high heat

The Amherst Fire Department is stressing the importance of proper handling and storing of products like gasoline and propane. → Read More

New Hampshire College president talks about school’s future

At a news conference Thursday afternoon at Hampshire College, newly appointed president Edward Wingenbach addressed reporters saying he wants to continue the success of Hampshire's essential identity, where students design their own course of study. → Read More

People being cautious about downloading Russia-based “FaceApp”

A viral app has gained access to millions of people’s faces. While people are having fun looking at their older selves, they could be putting personal information at risk. → Read More

Emergency medical response upgraded in Greenfield

The town of Greenfield signed a contract that will provide advanced life support ambulance services at no cost to the town. → Read More

Granby Cub Scout Day Camp cancelled after failed health inspection

The Western Massachusetts Council Granby Day Camp is closed due to a health order. → Read More

Valley Blue Sox honor servicemen with Military Appreciation Night

HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – The Valley Blue Sox honored military members Sunday night. It was Military Appreciation Night at Holyoke’s Mackenzie Field. All veterans and active military members had a free ticket to Sunday night’s game. Throughout the game, the team honored servicemen and women who have fought for our country. Valley Blue Sox General […] → Read More

Greenfield’s Safe City Ordinance returns

Greenfield’s Safe City Ordinance is back and will be voted on next week. → Read More

AT&T becomes 1st major US wireless company to automatically block robocalls

AT&T customers could soon be free of having to deal with annoying spam calls — or at least that’s AT&T’s plan. → Read More