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Hector Molina


Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Past articles by Hector:

Players, coaches, contributors inducted into Western Massachusetts Baseball Hall of Fame

Seven players, coaches, and contributors to the game of baseball were inducted into Western Massachusetts Baseball Hall of Fame Thursday. → Read More

PVTA bus study by UMass student to benefit Baystate Medical staff

A UMass student is conducting a unique transit study to improve accessibility to Baystate Medical Center. → Read More

Vaccine hesitancy and how it affects Massachusetts rollout plan

More people continue to become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine but not everyone is looking forward to getting their shot. → Read More

Northampton to shift police responsibilities under review

The Northampton policing review commission has finalized a report focusing on police reform titled "reimagining safety." → Read More

Town of Amherst approves renovation of North Common parking

The Amherst Town Council has approved a renovation of the town's North Common, which would create more lawn space but fewer spots to park. → Read More

UMass men’s hockey wins first-ever East Championship

The UMass men's hockey team won their first-ever hockey east championship this past weekend, the first in program history. → Read More

Hampshire County has received fewer vaccine doses than any other county in Massachusetts

Hampshire ounty is receiving fewer vaccine doses per capita than any other county in the state. → Read More

Massachusetts approaching fourth phase of reopening plan, venues to reopen

In just a matter of days Massachusetts will be moving forward into the fourth and final stage of the state's reopening plan. Wedding venues are one of the many entities that can now re-open. → Read More

AIC men’s hockey advances to Atlantic Hockey Tournament Final

Some March Madness on the ice! → Read More

Local fans excited to return to live sporting events

Starting Monday, March 22 all communities in the Commonwealth will move to Step 1 of Phase 4. → Read More

LeBron James will co-own several sports groups in New England

LeBron James announced he will be joining the Fenway sports group as a part-owner. → Read More

Northampton residents remember two Irish immigrants who were unjustly hanged in 1800s

St. Patrick''s day is all about honoring Irish heritage, but it wasn't always easy for Irish immigrants in the United States. → Read More

UMass women’s basketball team to face Villanova Friday after WNIT bid

The UMass Women's Basketball Team is headed to the women's National Invitational Tournament! → Read More

Spring break during a pandemic, is it a good idea?

Many colleges and universities have altered spring break plans due to COVID-19. → Read More

30,000 medical masks distributed to local schools

The Hampden District Attorney’s Office announced the distribution of 30,000 medical masks for Covid-19 prevention to area schools and human service agencies. → Read More

Should you still be worried about COVID-19 variants?

As COVID cases continue to decline we’re still hearing a lot about the variants of the virus. → Read More

As restrictions ease, Northampton bars and restaurants plan to re-open soon

Several bars and restaurants have re-opened since the beginning of the pandemic, but some temporarily closed when the virus was peaking during the winter months. → Read More

Long-time peace advocate remembered during Northampton protest

The life of a long-time peace advocate was remembered in Northampton on Monday with a protest against military war and nuclear weapons. → Read More

Pet owners advocate for Ollies Law after dog dies at daycare facility

22News is continuing to hear from pet owners advocating for "Ollie's Law". The bill is named after a western Massachusetts dog that died at a daycare facility. → Read More

One year later: Fans reflect on changes made in sports due to COVID-19

It's been one year since the COVID-19 pandemic put the sports world on pause. → Read More