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Wednesday, December 31 1969

Northwestern District Attorney

Coercive Control IS Abuse

By: 
KarenShapiro
October 14, 2016

Last night, Dr. Lisa Aronson Fontes returned to Greenfield to raise awareness about an insidious form of domestic violence.

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Should Massachusetts Legalize Marijuana?

Recorded October 6, 2016

Proponents and opponents of Ballot Question #4 discussed the possibility of legalizing this drug during a panel held last night at Greenfield Community College.

Maria Luisa Arroyo: NELCWIT Power of Women Keynote Address & Interview

Recorded April 7, 2016

Maria Luisa Arroyo, an award-winning poet, gives the New England Learning Center for Women in Transition (NELCWIT) 2016 Power of Women keynote address.  In the unedited interview that follows, Ms. Arroyo discusses how domestic violence and poetry have shaped her life.

NELCWIT Power of Women --- April 7, 2016

This 9th annual celebration and fundraiser for the New England Learning Center for Women in Transition (NELCWIT) took place at Greenfield Community College (GCC).

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The Power of Women

April 8, 2016

After last night's fundraiser for the New England Learning Center for Women in Transition (NELCWIT), several participants explained how the organization works to prevent abuse & help victims of domestic violence.

Finding Their Voices

October 8, 2014

Middle school students from across the Pioneer Valley came together today to figure out ways to keep themselves and their peers off drugs.

Standing Up for What's Right

April 24, 2012

An event on the town common today shed light on the resources available for crime victims.

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3rd Prescription Drug Take Back Results Released

Adapted from a Northwestern District Attorney's Office press release:

More than one ton of unwanted prescription drugs was collected in the Northwestern District on Oct. 29, 2011, during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Working together, the Northwestern District Attorney's Office, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), local police, seniors, and other partners exceeded the amount collected during the 2nd National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 30, 2011, despite the surprise October snowstorm.

Looking Back on the Week, Looking forward to Halloween

In addition to getting ready to cover Greenfield’s Annual Rag Shag Parade, and put on our Masquerade Party fundraiser, we spent the week assisting producers, enjoying a great performance on “Valley Homegrown”, and lending our support to the first local U. S. Senate Candidates debate of the season.

Consumer Protection

October 27, 2011

The Northwestern District Attorney's Office has many services to help victims of fraud but they also offer mediation to resolve disputes between individuals and businesses and they can provide information to the public in order to prevent people from being scammed in the first place.

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