G. Michael Dobbs takes a look at the local races for mayor.
For Bryant Whitsett, his new business in Feeding Hills, Box Paper Scissors, is very much a family affair – two nieces and a nephew comprise the staff!
Agawam is happy to welcome this new store, which features an amazing variety of business needs in one location – mailing, shipping, mailboxes, tee shirts, key cutting, shredding, notary services, a conference room and much more!
In this program, Bryant outlines how they provide one-stop conveniences to businesses as well as individuals at Box Paper Scissors, 1325 Springfield St 9, in Feeding Hills.
Serving Western Massachusetts and the nation from its Agawam offices, Cambridge Credit Counseling Corp. is considered to be one of the top credit counseling services in the country.
Utilizing its special arrangements with major credit card companies, Cambridge Credit can offer a comprehensive program to alleviate excessive credit card debt.
The financial services under their umbrella are wide ranging, and offer workable solutions to many situations challenging to today’s consumers.
In this special program, Cambridge Credit Counseling Corp. president and CEO Christopher Viale presents an overview of options to resolve inordinate credit card debt, and additionally, a relatively new program to cope with the emergence of huge student loan debt.
The options possible include forgiveness, cancellation and discharge.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, Cambridge Credit Counseling Corp. is in a unique position to provide meaningful assistance you might not have thought available.
Charlie Dupre mows lawns.
This is his talent and his vocation.
And Charlie felt a “calling” to help a young boy in Agawam fighting a tough battle.
9-year-old Ben Manzi has a form of leukemia. Charlie and his crew at Grounds Keeper Landscaping, along with other landscaping firms, decided to spend their entire weekend, from sunup to sundown, mowing lawns and donating the proceeds to the Manzi family.
Here is the story from Charlie himself!
Living in Agawam and working in Wilbraham, Anthony Maloni finds working with his family to be a happy experience!
At Rice Fruit Farm in Wilbraham, he and his family made the decision three years ago to bring this iconic Wilbraham business back after it had closed for good.
Since then, the division of chores and the partnership with the town of Wilbraham have made life enjoyable for this Western Mass. native!
Born and raised in Agawam, David Raiche is content to make Western Mass. his professional home as well!
After decades in retail, David made his jump into the computer universe in the early 80s, and has not looked back.
David’s path at Raiche Consultants Inc. offers highly personal customer service in all areas of computer protection and security.
Even church management, as you will hear in this program!
Michael Harrison, publisher of TALKERS, the leading trade publication in the American talk media (radio, TV and internet) industry, served as keynote speaker at the annual breakfast of the West of the River Chamber of Commerce held Tuesday morning (6/12) at Chez Josef in Agawam. Harrison, a 32-year resident of Longmeadow, is also president of Pioneer Valley Radio. Accompanied by Pioneer Valley Radio’s show hosts Bernadette Duncan and the legendary Brad Shepard, Harrison delivered a fascinating 35 minute address on the impact today’s rapid changes in media and technology are having on small business as well as all of society. He explained how the term “fake news” has evolved during the past two years and emphasized the importance of local business, media and politics as composing the foundation of a healthy society. He further discussed freedom of speech and emphasized the fundamental role the First Amendment plays in maintaining American democratic principles. Other speakers included Chamber executive director Robin Wozniak, Chamber co-chairs Frank Palange and Ryan McLane as well as Agawam Mayor Bill Sapelli and West Springfield Mayor Will Reichelt. The first-class event was attended by approximately 75 local business people who collectively expressed a feeling of energetic optimism about the current direction and future of Agawam, West Springfield and all of Western Massachusetts.
In addition to her career in real estate and her ice cream shop, Scoops, Anneliese Townsend of Agawam has brought a brand new sport to New England and Western Mass.
It is the first of its kind – Axe Throwing!
How did this sport get started? How popular is it? You’ll find out in this conversation with Pioneer Valley Radio’s Brad Shepard!
At Agawam Axe House, you can throw an axe at a target to your heart’s content!
Coaching? Proper attire? How it all works?
Hampden’s Officer Bill Joy retires after four decades!
Kindergarten kids get a “meet and greet.”
Power Ball winner in Chicopee!
Governor’s Council approves new judges for Western Mass.
Buckland gets an anonymous $500,000 gift!
Donate your used eclipse glasses in Northampton!
THE WEEKEND! Music and fairs and more!
“Hail fellow, well met,” are the perfect words to describe Anthony Cignoli, a man located at the heart and nerve center of Western Mass., state and national politics.
His political analysis is highly sought by most media outlets – both nationally and internationally,
Tony dropped by to say “hello” to Michael and Brad at the Cocchi Picnic.
In this thorough, energetic, and unedited conversation, you will hear Tony at his best on the subject of Springfield, Holyoke, the region’s players, high speed rail, the economy, real estate, and other hot topics!
PVTA cancels certain routes
UMass tuition goes UP
Downtown Springfield pianos get live pianists!
Join “Bioblitz” and help inventory wildlife and trees and plants!
Ludlow woman goes to jail for swindling dying employer
Easthampton Mayoral heating up!
–our new “Word of the Day!”–
Belchertown school lay-offs.
Agawam police station bomb hoax.
New look for East Longmeadow police cars.
Fishing season begins at the Quabbin!
Hamp – Wilb School District trying to save the jobs of some 18 teachers and other employees!
Chicopee Land Fill closing; city will move to Pay As You Throw
STCC Drag Show
More problems for a troubled Chicopee Police Lt.
An authentic Chicopee hero… and an award.
Agawam man texts photos that should have been kept “private.”
Greenfield police place a duck in protective custody.
Agawam contaminated site report.
Play-Doh comes home to East Longmeadow… and brings some jobs with it!
The tornado in Goshen and Conway – it’s official, according to the National Weather Service.
$3 gas this summer? AAA has the prediction!
Where are the Christmas concerts?
Where can the kids see Santa Claus?
And what did the fourth grade kids name the new Agawam fire engine?
Get the answers and more with Brad! Listen right now!
Join Brad this morning for a spotlight on early voting in our communities! Turnout? State mandate?What is the cost to the towns? Hear East Longmeadow’s Tom Florence, and Agawam’s Mayor Rich Cohen! A stop smoking clinic, and a Chinese restaurant in Amherst changes hands and enjoys a new beginning!
So much more! Your Western Mass morning starts here!
- DELANEY’S MARKET opens this week in the Longmeadow Shops!
- Charlie Baker vetoes proposed mileage tax for Mass motorists
- Barking and Beer! Dakin event
- Gas prices DOWN..expected to stay down for the summer!
- Pancakes are coming!
- Find out where the “happiest place in Massachusetts is.”
- A new cemetery for Ludlow
- Possible predator in East Longmeadow may have turned up in Agawam as well