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After 18 days in a row of no rain we finally ended September with a good soaking. It rained on five days out of 30... [Read More]
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Game one of the NBA Finals is in the books, and the Los Angeles Lakers were already off to a good start, snatching the 98... [Read More]
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Back in 1985, October was designated as breast cancer awareness month to help promote mammography as the most effective tool against breast cancer. Baystate Health... [Read More]
Caleb Fontaine was recognized in part for the volunteer work he has done for the club. [Read More]
The 22News Storm Team has issued a Weather Alert for gusty and potentially damaging wind, Tuesday night & Wednesday morning. Showers will move up the... [Read More]
The Center for Disease Control has called trick-or-treating a high-risk activity. [Read More]
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There's excitement over a new at-home COVID-19 test kit that can give back quicker results. Quest Diagnostics recently announced a new FDA authorized at-home CO…... [Read More]
Caleb Fontaine was named the "Youth of the Year" for his strength, courage and leadership. [Read More]
Lewis was arrested 2017 for drug trafficking in a Chicopee drug raid but the charges were dropped when the judge found a problem with the... [Read More]
Youth Soccer Skills and Drills Clinics... [Read More]
fter being involved in an incident on Friday night during the 20 lap Limited Late Model feature at Stafford, Chicopee's Andrew Durand responded with a... [Read More]
A popular Chicopee restaurant closed its doors for good on Sunday, Petro's on Front Street served its final breakfast and lunch. [Read More]
The closure was not due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
Chicopee's art community had a lot to be proud of Saturday, admiring the city's newest mural and other freshly painted works of art. [Read More]
A pro-Trump rally was met by a counter-demonstration at the Chicopee rotary on Memorial Drive Saturday. The Chicopee Republican City Committee held a standout in... [Read More]
Chicopee Mayor John Vieau is recommending residents to not go door-to-door trick-or-treating this year and follow the CDC recommendations. [Read More]
Following the controlled burn in Chicopee that forced residents to evacuate their homes, 22News was given more information on what classifies as "energetic materials." [Read More]
Chicopee residents are now back in their homes after crews completed a controlled burn of a hazardous material Thursday night. [Read More]
Money raised at the tournament support the World's Largest Pancake Breakfast, Star Spangled Springfield, Parade of the Big Balloons and Bright Nights at Forest Park. [Read More]
The Chicopee college announced the addition 3 new members. [Read More]
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