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Wednesday, December 31 1969


FCCOC Breakfast Speaker Series --- Cybersecurity

October 27, 2017

As the founding director of the UMass Amherst Cybersecurity Institute, Dr. Brian Levine had a lot of good information to share with members of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce at their October event.

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Water They Doing?

July 14, 2017

Once again, we check in with Greenfield Department of Public Works employees to find out how they are protecting and improving the town's supply of something we can't live without.

Greenfield Town Council Meeting --- May 17, 2017

At last night's meeting, the council approved an amendment cutting 1% from Mayor Martin's proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Operating Budget and then passed the amended document.  In addition, they unanimously approved an ordinance creating a Civil Rights Officer position for the town.

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Greenfield Town Council Meeting --- April 19, 2017

On Wednesday night, the council approved a $200,000 appropriation for dredging of the Leyden Glen Resevoir, Jay Lord's appointment to the Sustainable Greenfield Implementation Committee, and moving their meeting location to Greenfield High School as of July 1, 2017.

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Making it Happen

December 9, 2016

What's a Makerspace and why are they important?  Meet the man working to create one in downtown Greenfield and find out.

Tech Turns 40

Philippe Simon
October 21, 2016

At an open house event last night, the Franklin County Technical School showed off its many programs and celebrated four decades of preparing students for the workforce.

Local Bias with Tess Gadwa

#161 --- Recorded March 11, 2016

Local creative entrepreneur Tess Gadwa discusses her latest project, an app called Zappen, with host Drew Hutchison.

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Mayor Issues Executive Order: Remote Participation

Adapted from a Greenfield Mayor's Office press release:

In accordance with Massachusetts Open Meeting Law regulations section 29.10, Mayor William Martin has authorized that remote participation will now be allowed within the City of Greenfield, for all boards and commissions, to allow volunteers to participate in meetings without being physically present. Acceptable means of remote participation include phone, internet, or video conference. Each public body may choose to opt out of this practice, but only by majority vote of said body.

Changing the Way We Work

February 27, 2015

After he addressed this morning's chamber of commerce breakfast, Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts President & CEO Rick Sullivan spoke to us about innovation and our local economy.

News from the Hill

April 2, 2014

State Representative Paul Mark tells us what he's been working on and how it impacts our area.