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Past articles by Mike:

Agawam school district distributes tests kits to teachers, for safe return Monday

With COVID-19 continuing to surge, rapid test-kits are being made available to teachers before their return from winter break. → Read More

School districts distributing rapid test kits to teachers this weekend

With COVID-19 continuing to surge, rapid test-kits are being made available to teachers, before their return from winter break. → Read More

Gyms noticeably busier, as people look to achieve fitness goals for 2022

Fitness is always one of the most common new years resolutions. → Read More

People re-infected with Omicron report fewer symptoms than first COVID-19 infection

New data has emerged showing that people who recover from COVID-19, can still contract Omicron but their symptoms may be reduced. → Read More

School districts must pick up COVID-19 testing kits from state

Schools are set to resume classes after New Years on Monday, and school districts are working to get staff tested before their return. → Read More

Local doctor recommends wearing surgical masks instead of cloth coverings

With cases of the Omicron variant on the rise, health leaders are urging everyone to mask up to stop the spread. Health experts are also now recommending ditching cloth masks and opting for a surgical mask instead, with Omicron becoming the dominant strain in the U.S. → Read More

Westfield Mayor-elect Michael McCabe tests positive for COVID-19, inauguration to be virtual

Westfield Mayor-Elect Michael McCabe will not be sworn-in next week in public, after testing positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Springfield working to reduce COVID-19 cases, improve vaccination numbers

Springfield's mask mandate is coming back, a move triggered by rising cases from the omicron variant, and the large population not rolling up their sleeves. With new cases at all time highs, and still many refusing the vaccine, city leaders felt they had to make a move, and enforce masking up in public again. → Read More

Omicron surge impacting travel plans for many

Record high COVID-19 cases are making the busy travel holiday season a little more concerning. → Read More

How to use less fuel this holiday season

Millions of Americans are driving somewhere for the holidays, and they’re filling up at gas stations charging much more than a year ago. → Read More

Flight cancelations, delays slowing down holiday travel

Millions are scrambling to get to their holiday destinations, after thousands of flight cancelations and delays. These cancelations and delays really came at a bad time, with so many trying to get home to their families for Christmas Day. → Read More

Long wait at COVID-19 testing sites days before Christmas weekend

COVID-19 cases have risen to new daily highs in Massachusetts, just days before Christmas. → Read More

Armata’s Market distribute holiday meals one month after fire destroys building

Armata’s Market, the popular Longmeadow food market that was affected in a November fire, is still distributing holiday meals this week. → Read More

Springfield Diocese issue new guidance on indoor masks

The Springfield Diocese has issued new guidance for churches leading into the busy holiday season. → Read More

COVID-19 cases rising causing worries over the holidays

COVID-19 cases and Omicron infections are reaching record highs, days before Americans are set to gather for the holidays. → Read More

Baystate Health contacting patients to postpone non-essential surgeries due to Gov. Baker’s new order

Hospitals across the state are being ordered to stop non-essential procedures, with covid-19 cases spiking to new highs. → Read More

Ware students make letters, posters to thank Baystate Wing staff

A display of appreciation was held for the front line workers at Baystate Wing hospital. This was about giving hospital staff a morale boost, knowing many of are being worked hard before the holidays with the surge in cases. → Read More

Despite increased COVID-19 cases, millions of Americans set to travel for holidays

At least 109 million Americans are set to travel this week for the holidays, despite COVID-19 cases reaching record highs. → Read More

Local organization donates toys to Springfield children

A surprise toy donation Saturday in Springfield one week before Christmas, all thanks to an organization called ‘I Found Light Against All Odds’. → Read More

Growing concern as COVID variants spread this holiday season

Covid-19 fears have heightened with two variants spreading across the country, and its causing hospitals to be overwhelmed with patients right before the holidays. → Read More