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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Hope & Healing Breakfast 2017

Recorded June 2, 2017

This 4th Annual Children's Advocacy Center of Franklin County & North Quabbin Area event raised money and awareness to help protect children who have been abused and prosecute their abusers.

Franklin County Justice Center Opening Ceremony

Recorded April 7, 2017

Last week's grand re-opening celebration for the area's largest courthouse was attended by many local dignitaries, including Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Polito, Massachusetts Senate President Rosenberg, Northwestern District Attorney Sullivan, Franklin County Sheriff Donelan, Greenfield Mayor Martin, and more.

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Children's Memorial Flag Raising 2017

April 7, 2017

To commemorate Child Abuse Awareness Month, Greenfield Mayor William Martin, Northwestern District Attorney David Sullivan, and many others gathered on the Greenfield Town Common to remember those lost and to spread a message of hope.

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Northwestern DA Wins Grant to Prosecute Fraud

Adapted from a Northwestern District Attorney’s (NWDA) Office press release:

The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office has received a $25,000 grant, from the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB)of Massachusetts, that will help it continue efforts to identify and prosecute car insurance fraud, and other forms of insurance fraud, in Hampshire and Franklin counties and the town of Athol.

DA Sullivan Supports Hate Crimes Hotline

Adapted from a Northwestern District Attorney’s (NWDA) Office press release:

Northwestern District Attorney David E. Sullivan strongly condemns recent hate-filled graffiti on Mount Tom and other criminal acts against minorities, nationwide, that have been reported in recent days. He encourages area residents who believe they have witnessed or been the target of bias-motivated threats, harassment, and/or intimidation to immediately report it to their local police department and to call a new hotline established by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey.  Residents who fear for their immediate safety should call 911.

Coercive Control IS Abuse

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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Free Community Shred Event

Adapted from a Northwestern District Attorney’s (NWDA) Office press release:

Put a dent in identity theft by bringing your old documents, paperwork, bills, and more to the Guiding Star Grange Hall on Saturday, September 24th, from 10AM to 2PM.  This is a terrific opportunity to protect your personal information because there's no limit on the amount of material you can have shredded and computer hard drives and unwanted cell phones will also be welcome.

Turn in Your Unwanted Guns

Adapted from a Northwestern District Attorney’s (NWDA) Office press release:

The 2nd ever Valley Gun Buy Back will take place on Saturday, June 11th, from 10AM to 2PM, at the Greenfield and Northampton police stations.  This event's aim is to get unwanted but working guns out of people’s homes so that these firearms don’t fall into the wrong hands.  All guns in working condition will be accepted, no questions asked, and participants will receive a $50 gift card, as long as supplies last, for each gun returned.

Children's Advocacy Center Grand Opening

April 29, 2016

Today, local officials, volunteers, and members of the public gathered on Wisdom Way to witness a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) of Franklin County & the North Quabbin Region.

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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.