G. Michael Dobbs doesn’t like to make any resolutions for 2019, but he will admit to what he learned in the past year.
Producer, director, dramatist, Danny Eaton is very exited about his new season!
Already underway, Danny talks about the current production, “Johnny Guitar,” as well as the additional plays and musicals that round out another winning lineup at the theater.
One of the plays, “The War and Walt Whipple,” is a personal memoir Danny has penned, himself!
Springfield Regional Chamber and others present “The Grand Bargain” breakfast.
Connecticut and Western Mass. churches claim they paid a contractor for work never performed.
Thomas J. Mazza is the new principal at Wilbraham Middle School.
Wilbraham passes new tobacco regulations.
Easthampton seniors now connect with local law enforcement through community policing.
State Rep. Brian Ashe on the MGM Springfield Casino.
Thoughts on Hugh Hefner.
Six Flags and Community Music School; donate a used instrument and get a free admission ticket!
Thomas J. O’Connor gets a large grant from “I’m Animal Friendly” license plates!
PETA offers reward for information on person who threw a bag of six puppies into the Blackstone River.
Former WMAS building is now a pile of rubble.
Tree House Brewing Company throws cookout with beer for STCC’s 50th anniversary; special guest interview with Dean Rohan.
A visit to Carol de Carlo’s American International College Radio Programming and Production class.
—much much more information to end your week and begin your weekend!
Back-to-back Springfield bar shootings… and the Mayor is hopping mad!
This year’s BIG E concert rundown!
Coffee wars in North Attleboro!
Two Springfield radio stars let their guard down!