WHMP News Director Denise Vozella has produced a series about her motherâ€™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.
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
Congratulations to our own Bob Flaherty for winning the 2014 Radio Personality of the Year award from the Massachusetts Broadcasters…
Bob Flaherty follows up on WHMPâ€™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
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
Bob Flaherty speaks with Northampton singer-songwriter Jamie Kent, whoâ€™s leaving the area to make his mark in Nashville
Part Two: Bob Flaherty and the Gazette’s Laurie Loisel talk with Lee Hawkins’ family about her planned death at 90
part 1: Bob Flaherty & the Gazetteâ€™s Laurie Loisel talk with the family of Lee Hawkins who quietly ended her life at age 90
Early Bird registration deadline has been extended for Will Bike 4 Food
WHMP’s Bob Flaherty speaks with Mayor Narkewicz about the Zipcars coming to the downtown lot behind city hall.