Amy Phillips, WWLP-22News

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WWLP-22News

San Antonio, TX, United States

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InFocus: Veterans Advocacy Coalition

This week on 22News InFocus we’ll be talking with two members of the newly formed Veterans Advocacy Coalition, both of whom have served as administrators at the Soldiers Home at Holyoke. → Read More

Tax time is almost here, how to get ready

The IRS is providing guidance to taxpayers on how to prepare to file their 2022 income tax return. → Read More

FEMA: Massachusetts National Guard receives $5M for COVID-19 response costs

The Massachusetts National Guard will be reimbursed for the costs of medical operations and logistical support during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

FTC: The FBI will not call you and ask for money

The Federal Trade Commission is warning people that a recent scheme involves a phone call from someone identifying themselves as an FBI agent. → Read More

Free parking at Greenfield’s city lots during the holidays

Parking will be free in all Greenfield municipal parking lots from Thanksgiving through December 26, 2022. → Read More

InFocus: Veterans programs and services in western Mass.

Two local organizations that provide support services and programs in our region discussed employment, housing, and health issues facing veterans, and the agencies they partner with to bring those services to vets in western Massachusetts. → Read More

I-Team: The hidden costs of electric vehicles

The 22News I-Team looks into the hidden costs when buying an electric vehicle. → Read More

Body found in river off Water Street in Indian Orchard

Springfield Police were called to Water Street in the Indian Orchard section of the city after receiving a call about a body in the water. → Read More

Walmart settles with Mass. over opioid dispensing practices

Massachusetts could get more than $61 Million for harm reduction, treatment, and recovery services. → Read More

Two Westover Airmen honored as among top 5 in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Air and Spaces Forces Association has announced that two Westover Airmen have been named among the top five in the state. → Read More

DOJ investigating Worcester Police Department use of force

A civil investigation has begun into practices at the Worcester Police Department. → Read More

MGM Springfield generated more than $5M in state taxes from gaming revenue in October

Massachusetts casinos took in approximately $97 million in Gross Gaming Revenue (GGR) in October according to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC). → Read More

InFocus: Election 2022 results analysis

This week on 22News InFocus we’re discussing the mid- term election results with local political analysts Tony Cignoli and Paul Robbins. → Read More

State offers booklet with information for veterans’ services

The Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office wants veterans to learn more about laws and benefits available to them. → Read More

Puello-Mota released after bail violation hearing

Holyoke City Councilor Wilmer Puello Mota went before a Superior Court judge in Rhode Island Thursday for a bail violation hearing. → Read More

I-Team: Looking at the numbers of crashes on I-91 in Springfield

The 22News I-Team looked at MassDOT’s motor vehicle crash data for the past five years to find out if crashes increased or decreased along the I-91 corridor through Springfield. → Read More

Auditor’s investigators found over $13.5 million in public benefit fraud

A new report from the Office of the State Auditor has found that public assistance fraud more than doubled between FY21 ($6,139,720.51) and FY22 ($13,519,349.55) in Massachusetts. → Read More

Holyoke water works repairs limits driving on Hampden Street

The City of Holyoke is advising drivers to take an alternate route during a water work project along Hampden Street. → Read More

I-Team: Update on deficient bridges in western Massachusetts

The 22New I-Team examined MassDOT’s data and found that our region has a higher number of structurally deficient bridges than other regions of the state. → Read More

Job resource fair to be held in Pittsfield

People needing help with their job search will be able to connect with organizations that can assist at a Job Resource Fair in Pittsfield. → Read More