CHICOPEE, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - A 16-year-old Chicopee Comp. student lives, breathes, and loves hockey.
Every Wednesday, the Surprise Squad strikes all over the area, helping out deserving individuals and groups. Do you know someone who could use a "Surprise?"
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SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad is giving back to a Springfield mom that's battling the deadly disease and that's not her…
SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -- This week, the Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad is giving back to a Springfield family, down on their luck.
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - We're six days into the Big E already and New England's largest fair has already brought in more than 330,000 people.
BRIMFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - A young Brimfield girl who was suddenly diagnosed with a life-changing disease, has spent the last year weak and in pain.
Every week, our Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad lends a helping hand to people throughout western Massachusetts. With the help of a local non-profit with the same mission, this week, we're helping to improve the life of a Vietnam veteran.
It's back to school and back-to-back Lia Auto Group Surprise Squads this week. We're joining in a community effort to help a Chicopee family.
Western Mass News and the Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad handed out more than 250 Western Mass bags filled with nearly a thousand items at Morgan Elementary school in Holyoke.
A Wilbraham woman spends her time giving back to local police and fire departments with homemade meals and sweets.
A 3-year-old girl suffering from a rare kidney disease is giving back to her community with the power of books.
Sylvain Lemieux is working double shifts to provide for his family. His wife is unable to work because of a disabling disease. Looking for a way to help her husband, Lisa Lemieux reached out to our Western Mass News and Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad
A local mom took on a New Years weight loss challenge and stuck with it. In about five months, Tiffany Karam has lost 45 pounds.
Our Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad - with the help of The Log Cabin - gave the couple a free wedding. Now, we're helping them pay it forward on their honeymoon.
The month of April sheds light on breaking barriers and bringing awareness to the autism community for National Autism Awareness Month.
One year ago, Jen Avery - a loving wife, mom of two, and well respected supervisor - lost her life to cancer, but her love and strength live on in her family and in the community.
The Northampton High School band is ending the month on a high note, rehearsing for their performance at Carnegie Hall happeneing this weekend.
Whether math is your thing or not, our Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad is celebrating with one of the most delicious circles around - pie of the food variety.
We had an exciting turn for drivers on the road ahead of this Nor'easter. The Western Mass News and Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad struck again.
As we know, ahead of storms, many people race to the store to stock up on bread, milk, and essentials. That was the case as the Western Mass News and Lia Auto Group Surprise Squad hit the sto…