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Women in Politics, Part 2

March 29, 2016

To celebrate Women's History Month, we continue our profiles of some of the women on the Greenfield Town Council.  Next up, At Large Councilor Penny Ricketts.

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Women in Politics

March 28, 2016

To celebrate Women's History Month, GCTV profiles some of the women on the Greenfield Town Council.  First up, At Large Councilor Rudy Renaud.

From the Senate President --- Episode 1

Recorded February 19, 2016

Senate President Rosenberg updates us on the Tennessee Gas Pipeline, pay equity, and how the state is combating the opioid epidemic.

2nd Chance to Speak Your Mind at HRC Forum

Adapted from a Greenfield Human Rights Commission (HRC) press release:

The Greenfield Human Rights Commission will continue their Community Forum on Civility, Sensitivity, Speech, & Race on Monday, January 11, 2016, at 6PM, at Greenfield Town Hall.  It is anticipated that the commission will formulate, and make formal, recommendations to the mayor, police chief, town council, and the community at large at the conclusion of this meeting.

The Work Goes On

December 17, 2015

Representatives from Northeast Biodiesel explain how their plant build is progressing and how it will help our community and the environment.

Speak Your Mind at HRC Forum Monday

Adapted from a Greenfield Human Rights Commission (HRC) press release:

The Greenfield Human Rights Commission will host a Community Forum on Civility, Sensitivity, Speech, & Race on Monday, December 14, 2015, at 6PM, at Greenfield Town Hall.  This forum represents the commission's initial response to controversy surrounding the hanging of a Confederate flag in the garage of an off-duty police officer and the resulting concerns of a neighboring family.

Art from the Inside

November 9, 2015

We explore the beginnings of, and ideas behind, a recently opened exhibit of photography, by men incarcerated at the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO), that will run through November 20th at Artspace.

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