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SPRINGFIELD, MA (April 12, 2021) New England Public Media announces the premiere of its new local audio experience that will look at the important issues of the day from a local perspective. It will be broadcast on NEPM 88.5 weeknights 6 p.m., and available for streaming at NEPM.org, starting Monday, April 26. More than a…

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. –Freedom Credit Union is collecting cash donations at its 11 branches throughout western Massachusetts to benefit Griffin’s Friends, a volunteer-led group dedicated to providing support to children with cancer. They are accepting donations through Friday, April 30.   “The mission of Griffin’s Friends is simple and heartfelt: to bring moments of joy to…

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SPRINGFIELD, MA (04/12/2021) The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) posted a 100% pass rate on the NBCOT certification examination for the Western New England University Doctor of Occupational Therapy Class of 2020. This is the highest passing rate among OTD programs in western Massachusetts. Results from the National Board for Certification in…

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   Springfield (MA)—The Springfield Museums announce Constructing Poetry: Sculptural Work by Don Gummer, an exhibit that will take place both within the galleries and outside on the Springfield Museums grounds. Large-scale, abstract, three-dimensional sculptures by the internationally renowned artist Don Gummer will join the whimsical characters in the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden on…

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NORTH ADAMS, MASS. —MCLA has received a $28,720 Higher Education Innovation Fund Grant from the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (DHE), which recently announced a slate of $1.7 million in grants for the state’s public colleges. These grants fund initiatives that help colleges work toward racial equity in Massachusetts public higher education.   MCLA’s Higher…

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SPRINGFIELD, MA (04/09/2021) The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Western New England University has announced a new Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences degree for Fall 2021. The thesis-based MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences program can be completed in five full-time semesters (fall, spring, summer, fall, spring). The curriculum builds on science-related undergraduate degree…

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WINTHROP, Mass. – Elms College and the Great Northeast Athletic Conference are pleased to announce that the Blazers’ GNAC core membership will begin this fall with the upcoming 2021-22 academic year. Last October, both the institution and the league office issued a joint announcement indicating that Elms would join the GNAC with the 2022-23 academic year,…

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Springfield and Holyoke – The City of Holyoke has partnered with Behavioral Health Network, Inc. (BHN) to vaccinate eligible residents as part of their health equity initiative. The vaccines will be available at two sites in Holyoke to eligible residents over the next several days.  Vaccinations for Holyoke residents will be provided on April 9,…

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NORTH ADAMS, MASS.—MCLA’s Venable Greenhouse is full of seedlings, thanks to the efforts and teamwork of MCLA Dining, Facilities, and the Campus Sustainability Committee. The greenhouse, right across from the Amsler Campus Center, is now home to seedlings that will become veggies and herbs for sauces, salsas, and pickles. When students return to campus next…

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