Dance teacher, choreographer, director, actress, singer and restaurateur Kathleen Delaney talks with Brad about a special production at Palmer High School, “Almost Perfect,” and supporting young people’s introduction to the arts.
Dance teacher, choreographer, director, actress, singer, restaurateur Kathleen Delaney talks with Brad about a special production at Palmer High School. ALMOST PERFECT. And supports young people’s introduction to the arts.
The Church has announced their decision to merge Holyoke Catholic and Cathedral High…but no word in their announcement of where the new school will be built.
Councilor at Large Tim Rooke says the Church is “terribly unorganized, and not run like a business.”
A 97 year old WWII vet may lose his home!!!!!!!!!
What can you do to help?
Julie Makris fills us in in a conversation with Brad!
Everything you need to know to protect yourself from the irreversible damage of Frostbite!
From a busy ER filled with weather related injuries, Emergency Medicine Chair, Dr. Niels Rathlev has some very good information to keep you safe in the cold!
Hear the amazing story of one woman’s journey to save the Agawam Family Cinema!
It’s coming back and all due to Kimberly Wheeler!
Even a broken clock is right twice a day!
James Woolsey, Superintendent of the Springfield Armory, talks about the effort to get this wonderful historic clock working again!
Who keeps the bus shelters clear and safe in this weather? The answer might well surprise you!
Join us for a conversation with City Councilor Tim Rooke for that and more!
City of Springfield Director of Public Works, Chris Cignoli answers every possible snow related question you may have – and sheds new light on the city’s attack against the snow!
Passport Holyoke’s Noelle Serafinio interviewed by Brad Shepard. Passport Holyoke is a non-profit dedicated to championing the city and pointing out its finer points and activities. Now and through Valentine’s Day, they are asking for people to take photos of Holyoke-related things for social media posting under the hook of, “I love Holyoke.”