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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Summer Meals Program 2014 Press Conference

July 7, 2014

Federal, state, and local officials teamed up to to let the public know about a program that provides free meals to kids when school is out of session.

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Who's Hungry?

July 7, 2014

Federal, state, and local agencies have teamed up to feed Greenfield's youth this summer.

Singing Down the Pipeline

May 19, 2014

When people gathered on our town common, to protest against a proposed gas pipeline in Franklin County, songs and stories were shared as community was built.

Drug Problem Solving

February 25, 2014

Local politicians share their views about how drug abuse has changed and what can be done about it.

Promise & Politicians

First, as promised we moved our blog link to the “About Us” menu at the top of every page on our site.  We also renamed the “Local Shows” menu item “Locally Produced Shows” and put it under “About Us”.  The updated menu looks like this:

We hope these changes will make it easier for users to find what they are looking for.

On Political Will

January 24, 2014

After addressing this morning's Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Congressman Jim McGovern shared about what's going on in Washington right now and how he wants to solve some of our country's problems.

The Loss of a Leader

January 20, 2014

Local leaders reflect on what they learned from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy of non-violent resistance.

Teen Health Survey Results 2013

September 17, 2013

Full program of survey results from the Communities That Care Coalition's annual poll of substance abuse among local youth and the award presentation of a STOP (Sober Truth on Preventing Underage Drinking) Act grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Teen Drug Use Decline Wins Grant

September 17, 2013

The Franklin Regional Council of Governments has been awarded more than $188,000 to continue programs that Communities That Care Coalition Teen Health Survey results have been showing are working.