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Wednesday, December 31 1969


What You Need to Know About the Covid-19 Vaccine Forum

March 30, 2021

The Franklin Regional Council of Governments and LifePath present this informative panel of specialists discussing Covid-19, the available vaccines, and the latest updates about Massachusetts fight against the virus.

City of Greenfield Covid-19 Resources

Mayor Roxann Wedegartner provides an update on Greenfield's health and safety efforts.
-Greenfield Community Information Line:
413-775-6411, M-Fri, 9am-5pm

-Greenfield Alert, reverse 911 system:
Text "GREENFIELD" to 67283 to subscribe

-Mass 2-1-1, connects with state resources:
 Call 2-1-1 or visit

Greenfield Ways & Means Meeting --- April 18, 2018

Last night, Committee Chair Ashli Stempel facilitated councilors' discussion, and Q & As with department heads, in order for this body to make recommendations about the mayor's proposed Fiscal Year 2019 Capital Budget to the full council.

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.

Help Teach Pain Management

From a Franklin County Home Care Corporation (FCHCC) press release:

Franklin County Home Care Corporation (FCHCC) believes that there is a tremendous need for another option that people living with chronic pain can use to improve their situation.  To that end, FCHCC is offering a "Chronic Pain Self-Management Program" leader training on October 21st, 22nd, 28th, & 29th.  This evidence-based curriculum offers tools, skills, and the confidence one needs to take control, self-manage, and improve one's quality of life.

Fifth Drug Take Back A Success!

From a Northwestern District Attorney's Office press release:

The Office of Northwestern District Attorney David E. Sullivan and partners collected 75 boxes for a total 1,847 pounds, or almost a ton, of unwanted drugs during Saturday’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, keeping them away from the wrong hands – and out of the environment.