Chris Best, WWLP-22News

Chris Best


Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Past articles by Chris:

Springfield Police Department remember fallen officers

Survivors of Springfield police officers who have died in the line of duty and supporters of law enforcement came out today in honor of national police week. → Read More

Leadership Pioneer Valley introduces new class

Leading and connecting communities, that's the mission of Leadership Pioneer Valley. → Read More

MNA calls Trinity Health out for unsafe practices at Springfield hospital

The Massachusetts Nurses Association is sounding the alarm on what they're calling unsafe practices within Trinity Health, which runs Mercy Medical Center. → Read More

$388M Powerball jackpot drawing Wednesday

The Powerball jackpot is at $388 million ahead of Wednesday night's drawing. → Read More

Cause of death revealed for Connecticut trooper swept away in floodwaters

The State Medical Examiner has determined the cause of death for the Connecticut State trooper who was swept away in floodwaters Thursday morning. → Read More

Locals support fundraiser for Rick’s Place

This evening many turned out to support the non profit organization Rick's Place which helps children cope and grieve a loss of a parent or sibling. → Read More

WNEU has record-breaking freshmen class

Western New England University's incoming class of new students has broken a number of opening day enrollment records. → Read More

Mold mitigation work at South Hadley High School to begin Saturday

Mold mitigation work will get underway at South Hadley high school this weekend. This as students continue to wait for a new start date to return to class. Superintendent Jahmal Mosley said the process will begin tomorrow morning and continue into next week. → Read More

Still no start date for South Hadley High School students

Still no decision on a start date for South Hadley high school students tonight. → Read More

Annual Portuguese festival in Ludlow during Labor Day weekend

The annual festa, large Portuguese festival is happening this labor day weekend in Ludlow. → Read More

MassWildlife on flood threats in Belchertown

A Belchertown community has been hit particularly hard by this summers major rain events. → Read More

Holyoke Cannabis holds job fair

The Trulieve cannabis job fair was held in Holyoke this evening. → Read More

Residents stock up on groceries, supplies as Tropical Storm Henri strengthens

Many people are heading to the grocery store to stock up on essentials as they prepare for Tropical Storm Henri. → Read More

World’s Largest Pancake Breakfast to affect traffic downtown Springfield

As crews begin to set up for the World's Largest Pancake Breakfast, traffic will start to be rerouted on Main Street, starting tomorrow. → Read More

Weekend temperatures expected to be cooler

People were out and about today trying to cool off in forest park. → Read More

93.9 The River holds 40th-anniversary kick-off celebration

The town of Amherst continued its free summer concerts tonight in the town commons. → Read More

Interim Chicopee Police chief retires

Chicopee interim police chief Lonny Dakin retired after 32 years. → Read More

Springfield offering free driver’s license training to some residents

The program will be open to Springfield residents whose household incomes are at or below 80 percent of the area median income. → Read More

MassDOT awards grant to Amherst for pedestrian crosswalks improve

The town of Amherst has received a grant worth nearly $185,000 from Mass DOT as part of the shared streets and spaces program. → Read More

Massachusetts State Police trooper killed in suspected ‘hate crime’ laid to rest

He was buried in Winthrop Cemetery at 1:30pm Friday surrounded by his family, friends and colleagues. → Read More