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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Bicycle Safety Presentation with Alden Booth

Recorded May 31, 2017

Watch as Greenfield Math & Science Academy students learn how bicycles work, how to maintain them, and how to stay safe on this mode of transportation.  The lesson is taught by the owner of The People's Pint, a longtime advocate for sustainability who incorporates environmentally responsible practices into his business.

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Greenfield Complete Streets Public Meeting #2

March 29, 2017

This is the full video of the Greenfield Planning & Development Department's second public meeting relating to the town's application for a $400,000 Complete Streets grant.  The money will help to make roads safer for, and more accessible to, everyone.

How We Get Along

March 30, 2017

Last night, planners and citizens discussed the status of a $400,000 Complete Streets grant that Greenfield is applying for in order to make roads safer for, and more accessible to, everyone.

Franklin Hampshire Municipal Conference 2016, Part 4

Recorded April 9, 2016

State Senate President Stan Rosenberg once again invited local officials to gather and discuss the needs of our region.  This video features a panel on the Complete Streets program with MA Department of Transportation (MassDOT) District 2 Director Patrick Paul, District 2 Project Development Engineer Richard Masse, District State Aid Engineer Daryl Amaral, and Complete Streets Engineer Luciano Rabito, as well as State Representative Paul Mark.

Bike Week 2016 is Almost Here!

Adapted from a Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG) press release:

Bay State Bike Week, a statewide celebration of bicycle transportation, is coming to Franklin County May 14th through May 22nd, and the Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG) will once again host a breakfast, on Tuesday, May 17th, from 7:30AM to 10AM, at the John W. Olver Transit Center (12 Olive Street in Greenfield), in order to give cyclists the opportunity to meet each other and share thoughts on bicycling in a fun and festive atmosphere.

Federal Street to Receive Bike Lanes

Adapted from a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

Bicyclists will be able to traverse Federal Street in designated lanes beginning this week. The bicycle lanes will run from Silver Street in the north to Garfield/Maple Streets in the south. Pavement markings, “sharrows”, south of the intersection will call attention to the need for cars to share the travel lane with bicycles as the available lanes narrow due to on-street parking from there to Main Street.

FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Medical Marijuana

At the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast on February 28, 2014, representatives of three medical marijuana dispensaries vying to open in Franklin County introduced themselves to the community.

What's the Buzz?

February 28, 2014

After addressing this morning's Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, representatives of two medical marijuana dispensaries vying to open in Franklin County told us about their motives and the application process.  (image credit:  O'Dea at WikiCommons)

The Money Doctor --- Acupuncture

#43 --- Guest, Dan Sachs

The Money Doctor interviews Dan Sachs, a well known acupuncturist with offices in Gill, Massachusetts, and Brattleboro, Vermont, about 5 Element Acupuncture and the many benefits it offers. Learn more about whether acupuncture can help you or someone you love, and what an initial visit may entail. See actual footage of host Frances Rahaim, Ph.D., experiencing treatment including needles and moxibustion – a technique she jokingly says gave her a hotfoot, but yielded surprising results!

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Another Good Reason to Get a Mammogram

Adapted from a Baystate Franklin Medical Center (BFMC) press release:

The Radiology/Imaging Department at Baystate Franklin Medical Center is offering free Reiki sessions to the first 10 women who call to schedule their first mammograms at BFMC before February 28, 2014.  The American Cancer Society recommends that women have a baseline mammogram at age 40, and follow up with yearly exams.  If you are a woman living in Franklin County, and you have never had a mammogram, you can sign up for your mammogram and be eligible for a free, one-hour, Reiki session.