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Katrina Kincade

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Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Katrina:

'Reflect the times,' Black poets becoming more visible in Boston and beyond

For Boston's Black community, poetry has been a way of connecting for decades. → Read More

Remarkable Women: Denise Jordan

You may know Denise Jordan from making history as the first black person to become Chief of Staff for Springfield or as the Executive Director of the Springfield Housing Authority. → Read More

Special Olympian swimmer Anne DeForge from Indian Orchard joins USA team

22News explains what it took for her to get there. → Read More

Recovery Ready Workforce initiative launched to help employees battle addiction

MassHire Holyoke and the Hampden County workforce board are starting a program to help employees battling addiction. → Read More

Connecticut lawmakers vote to suspend gas tax

Connecticut lawmakers voted Wednesday to suspend the state’s gas tax, starting next week. → Read More

What do interest rate hikes mean?

The Fed will continue to raise interest rates until inflation comes under control. → Read More

Day of Giving to support people of Ukraine

What’s happening to the families and children of Ukraine is heartbreaking. Please consider joining 22News today for a Day of Giving. → Read More

Where to get COVID-19 test after several sites set to close

With the rate of COVID cases continuing to drop, some test sites are closing. 22News explains what can you do if you need to have a test done. → Read More

BA.2 COVID subvariant now dominant worldwide

The BA.2 COVID subvariant is causing increases in infections around the world, but the relatively recent omicron surge in the U.S. may protect us from another major spike. → Read More

Holyoke Chamber kicks off St. Patrick’s parade celebrations

The Chamber kicked off the holiday celebrations in the city before the parade. → Read More

Sewage backup is the latest problem at Roderick Ireland courthouse

The Roderick Ireland Courthouse in downtown Springfield is dealing with more potential health and safety issues: this time, it’s a sewage backup. → Read More

Cold patch used to fix potholes in West Springfield

West Springfield DPW is out and about filling the potholes they’ve gotten requests for this winter. → Read More

Gas tax relief proposed in Massachusetts, Connecticut

Following record rises in gas prices, there are proposals to temporarily eliminate the gas tax in Connecticut and Massachusetts, but only one of those proposals looks like it has a chance to succeed. → Read More

Florence man in Russia trying to help family leave the country

A man living in western Massachusetts has traveled back to his home country of Russia to help his family escape. Watch the full interview with 22News. → Read More

Deadly fire in Springfield; second in WMass this week

One person is dead and three others are without a place to live, following a fire at a multi-family home in Springfield’s Forest Park neighborhood Friday morning. → Read More

Women’s History Month celebrated at Springfield City Hall

A Women’s History Month celebration Thursday at Springfield City Hall highlighted powerful woman from around the state. → Read More

Gas prices break records again; MA average higher than national

The nationwide average price for gasoline and diesel broke all-time records for the second consecutive day, and Massachusetts drivers are paying even more than the national average. → Read More

Local residents help Bob the Bike Man with donations for Ukrainian refugees

Local volunteers gathered at Bob the Bike Man’s shop Wednesday to help sort donations that will be sent to Poland to help Ukrainians fleeing the war. → Read More

Springfield officers traveling to funeral of Trooper Tamar Bucci

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Memorial services will be held outside Boston Wednesday for Massachusetts State Trooper Tamar Bucci, who was killed in the line-of-duty last week. Springfield Police Department spokesman Ryan Walsh told 22News officers had organized a bus to travel to Revere to attend Bucci’s funeral Mass at St. Anthony’s Church. The bus, which […] → Read More

Bob the Bike Man sending supplies to Ukrainian refugees

Bob the Bike Man is donating way more than bikes these days, he’s gearing up to send thousands of supplies to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees. → Read More