Sy Becker, WWLP-22News

Sy Becker


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Sy:

PVTA waiving bus fees through the end of the year

From now until the end of the year you can ride a PVTA bus for free in every Western Massachusetts city and town the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority buses transport passengers. → Read More

Time-honored lighting occurred at the Springfield Quadrangle

It’s the time for holiday lights to begin illuminating distinguished locations throughout the Pioneer Valley. → Read More

Bilingual Veterans Outreach Center provides food for Veterans

Executive Director of the Bilingual Veterans Outreach Centers of Massachusetts Gumersindo Gomez was caring for his fellow veterans Tuesday, supplying the community with food for the holidays. → Read More

Dewey’s Jazz Lounge teams up with Senator Gomez to deliver turkey dinners to homeless shelter

22News found out how a lawmaker teamed up with a Springfield restaurant to benefit dozens of the homeless with turkey dinners. → Read More

United Way provides food to Chicopee families

Dozens of families in need dropped by at the United Way of Pioneer Valley’s Chicopee Cupboard Monday to pick up bags filled with holiday meal fixings. → Read More

Families of departed veterans leave permanent reminders of sacrifice

Veterans Memorial Plaza and St. Rose Cemetery grounds were among the several locations where Chicopee saluted its service men and women on Friday. The ceremony included several speakers including Chicopee Mayor John L. Vieau → Read More

Westfield Veterans Day celebration honors deep roots of military tradition

Veterans Day has a great deal of significance in Westfield. Veterans Day began with a parade from downtown Westfield honoring men and women who served the United States in uniform and continued to the veterans monuments at Elizabeth Parker Park, where the crowd gathered to hear from veterans with vast military experience. → Read More

Community comes together to honor Veterans in Greenfield

The people of Franklin County saluted their Veterans by turning out in large numbers for Greenfield’s Veterans Day Parade. → Read More

American International College celebrates Veterans Day

In Springfield Thursday American International College continued the tradition of honoring Veterans with a ceremony a day ahead of Veteran’s Day. → Read More

Tommy Car Auto Group raising money for cancer treatment, research through No Shave November

The owners of the Tommy Car Auto Group in Hadley are busy raising money all this month to help the Dana Farber Cancer Institute work towards a cure for cancer. → Read More

Super 60 event recognizes growing companies in Springfield area

A ceremony recognizing dozens of Springfield area companies who’ve earned the respect and admiration of their fellow employers in Western Massachusetts took place on Thursday. → Read More

Kate’s Kitchen receives donation from Holyoke chiropractic office

With the help of his patients, Dr. James McCann, a Holyoke chiropractor helps provide for the hungry served by the Providence Ministries. → Read More

Chicopee DPW uses color coded system for textile recycling

The Chicopee Department of Public Works has fine tuned its campaign of Textile Recycling that began back in 2018. → Read More

Profits from Glasgow Lands Scottish Festival in Northampton donated to two organizations

Thanks to the people who put on the annual Glasgow Lands Scottish Festival in Northampton, two western Massachusetts non-profits will prosper. → Read More

Warm weather returns for early November

New England may be turning back the clock one hour from Daylight Savings Time Sunday morning, but this entire weekend will feel as if we’re turning back a full month or more. → Read More

Springfield Symphony presents “Messages from Mozart” concert

Now that a new contract has been approved with the Springfield Symphony Musicians, beautiful music is again coming from Springfield Symphony Hall on a regular basis. → Read More

Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce accepting coat donations

When the really cold weather settles in, the Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce will be ready to provide warm clothing for those in need of all ages, with your help. → Read More

Warm weather forecasted for first week of November

As we head into November, our typical average high temperature for the month is 51 degrees. For this week, 60s and 70s are in the forecast. → Read More

Pizza shops are the busiest during Halloween

Have you ever asked what Halloween has in common with Super Bowl Sunday? → Read More

Halloween party at the Raymond A. Jordan Senior Center

Halloween isn’t just for children, as the Raymond A. Jordan Senior Center in Springfield celebrated with a party. → Read More