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SPRINGFIELD — The Gray House, a nonprofit organization in the North End of Springfield, is kicking off its third annual….
CHICOPEE — Elms College will host a screening and discussion of the documentary Alzheimer’s: Every Minute Counts on Thursday, Aug…..
WEST SPRINGFIELD — Rachel Sapelli will present a lecture titled “Nutrition During Cancer Treatment” on Wednesday, September 13 at 5:30….
WARE — Dr. Kalyan Pundla recently joined Baystate Medical Practices – Quabbin Adult Medicine in Ware. Pundla is board-certified in….
AGAWAM — Survivor Journeys is seeking licensed facilitators for two blood-cancer support groups, a breast-cancer group, and an all-cancers group…..
LENOX — Annette Berkovits, a part-time resident of the Berkshires, will discuss her newest book, Confessions of an Accidental Zoo….
SPRINGFIELD — Today, Aug. 29, Springfield’s Fort Street, from Main Street to East Columbus Avenue downtown, will be closed for….
PITTSFIELD — Berkshire Health Systems announced the appointment of Dr. Daniel Sage, a fellowship-trained joint-reconstruction specialist, to the medical staff….
LENOX — Kimball Farms Life Care in Lenox will host William Newman, director of the Western Massachusetts Legal Office of….
BELCHERTOWN — SOAAR (Speaking Out About Addiction & Recovery) and Honest Beginnings, in conjunction with the Belchertown Police Department (BPD),….
NORTH ADAMS — BFAIR (Berkshire Family & Individual Resources) announced the appointment of Michelle Baity as director of Human Resources…..
WEST SPRINGFIELD — Massachusetts has some of the highest childhood immunization rates in the country. In fact, the state Department….
Sept. 15 will mark United Way of Pioneer Valley’s 23rd Annual Day of Caring. Day of Caring is the perfect….
WEST SPRINGFIELD — Rachel Sapelli, MS, RD, LDN, will present a lecture entitled Nutrition During Cancer Treatment at 5:30 p.m…..
SPRINGFIELD — Western New England University is offering a 10-week data science boot camp, Data Science & Analytics, in partnership….
The Boston Globe reported that opioid-related deaths in Massachusetts declined by an estimated 5% in the first half of 2017….
CHICOPEE — After almost 25 years of service to the community, The AIDS Foundation of Western Massachusetts Inc. (AFWM) will….
Nearly a decade ago, BusinessWest, HCN’s sister publication, created a new recognition program called Difference Makers. That carefully chosen name….
EAST LONGMEADOW — Edward Zemba, president of Unify Against Bullying, has announced that Christine Maiwald of Agawam has been named….
WARE — The Mass. Department of Public Health (DPH) recently announced that 36 additional communities are now at moderate risk….
SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield College School of Social Work hosts its 2017 fall semester convocation on Sept. 9, starting at….
SPRINGFIELD — On August 29, Springfield’s Fort Street, from Main Street to East Columbus Avenue Downtown, will be closed for….
SPRINGFIELD — The Baker-Polito Administration has announced that 17 health care organizations across the state, including Boston Medical Center (BMC)….
NORTHAMPTON — Dr. Jane Fleishman will present a one-hour discussion on the emotional and intimacy needs of older adults on….
CHICAGO — The American Medical Association (AMA) submitted comprehensive comments Monday to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and….
WATERTOWN — The Mass. Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) announced that Tufts Health Plan has signed contracts….
NORTHAMPTON — The International Language Institute of Massachusetts (ILI) is focusing on improving communications among staff and customers in the workplace with….
ENFIELD — Classes begin on August 26 at Asnuntuck’s campus for the first cohort of students to participate in an….
BOSTON — The Baker-Polito Administration announced today that 17 healthcare organizations across the state have executed agreements to participate in….
STOCKBRIDGE — The Erikson Institute of the Austen Riggs Center announced its annual fall conference for clinicians and scholars: Mental….
SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield College Departments of Physical Therapy and Visual and Performing Arts recently hosted a cross-disciplinary collaboration that….
BOSTON — The Baker-Polito administration released an update of its Chapter 55 report, providing residents, policy makers, and public officials new….
AMHERST — Molecular biologists at UMass Amherst led by Leonid Pobezinsky and his wife and research collaborator, Elena Pobezinskaya, published….
SPRINGFIELD — Three members of the American Legion recently visited the Center for Human Development (CDH) to present a donation….
SPRINGFIELD — Thirty-two college students have been awarded a total of $54,500 in scholarships from the Baystate Springfield Educational Partnership….
NORTHAMPTON — For a women-owned financial-services firm that thrives on relationships, the local community matters. So when it came time….
LONGMEADOW — Bay Path University’s master of occupational therapy class of 2019 has begun its first term. The cohort of….
HOLYOKE — River Valley Counseling Center (RVCC), an affiliate of Holyoke Medical Center and a member of Valley Health Systems,….
NORTHAMPTON — Christopher Heights of Northampton, an assisted-living community, will be a host location for Highland Valley Elder Service’s “A….
SPRINGFIELD — During the National Assoc. of Clean Water Agencies’ (NACWA) Utility Leadership Conference and 47th annual meeting in St…..