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Hot Chocolate Run-Mary’s Story Part Five: Hope

The final installment of Denise Vozella’s series on domestic violence, featuring her mother’s message of hope.

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Hot Chocolate Run-Mary’s Story Part Four: No Shelter

Part four of WHMP News Director Denise Vozella’s series on domestic violence in her family, focuses on Safe Passage’s emergency shelter

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Hot Chocolate Run-Mary’s Story Part Three: Getting Out

WHMP News Director Denise Vozella is walking in this year’s Hot Chocolate Run to benefit Safe Passage and has produced a series about her mother’s story. Here’s part three, in which she talks about how and why her mother got out

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Hot Chocolate Run-Mary’s Story Part Two: The Children

WHMP News Director Denise Vozella has produced a series about her mother’s story of domestic violence, and how Safe Passage helps women and children through the Hot Chocolate Run. This is part two, about violence against children.

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Hot Chocolate Run-Mary’s story, part one: Marriage

WHMP News Director Denise Vozella is walking in this year’s Hot Chocolate Run to benefit Safe Passage on Sunday, December 7th to honor her mother’s courage to leave an abusive marriage. Part 1 in a series of 5

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Bob Flaherty is 2014 Radio Personality of the Year!

Congratulations to our own Bob Flaherty for winning the 2014 Radio Personality of the Year award from the Massachusetts Broadcasters…

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Flaherty Follows Up On Racism in Amherst Schools

Bob Flaherty follows up on WHMP’s forum, Reading, Writing and Racism in Amherst Schools with this commentary, and asks the question, will Carol Ross ever appear on these airwaves? -Part Two

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Flaherty Follows Up On Racism in Amherst Schools

Bob Flaherty follows up on WHMP’s forum, Reading, Writing and Racism in Amherst Schools with this commentary, and asks the question, will Carol Ross ever appear on these airwaves? -Part One

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Jamie Kent Says Farewell to the 413, Heads to Nashville

Bob Flaherty speaks with Northampton singer-songwriter Jamie Kent, who’s leaving the area to make his mark in Nashville

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Lee Hawkins’ Family Speaks Out About Her Death

Part Two: Bob Flaherty and the Gazette’s Laurie Loisel talk with Lee Hawkins’ family about her planned death at 90

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