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Thursday, September 3, 201509/03/2015

Latina Woman Receives New Kidney from Baystate, Encourages other Minorities to Donate Organs

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“My (16-year-old) son wanted to donate HIS kidney to me, but I wouldn’t allow him because (diabetes) runs in my family; he might have kidney issues in the future and I don’t want him to go through that.”

Jerrey Roberts of the Gazette

Friday, August 21, 201508/21/2015

Heads Roll at Hamp’s Housing Authority; Mayor Narkewicz Weighs in & Also Touts Ridership on the Vermonter

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“I respect the Board’s authority and the executive director’s authority; my concern is that the Board carry out its responsibilities in accordance with the Open Meeting law.”

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Friday, August 14, 201508/14/2015

Bob Dissects Obama’s Climate Change Proposals with a Jaded Eye.

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“it averages out to 2% (reduction) per year, in other words — nothing. Oh the polar bears we’ll save. So the climate hoax, poison-coddling crooks in Congress are steadfastly digging in their heels & threatening to sue Obama & taking it to the Supreme Court over NOTHING.”

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Friday, August 14, 201508/14/2015

Cong. Jim McGovern on GMO Labeling, the Nuke Deal with Iran & Climate Change & the Pope

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On GMO labeling: “My radical idea is to give people what they want — the right to know what’s in their food.”

Scully

Wednesday, August 5, 201508/05/2015

WHMP-Dakin Pet of the Week 8-5-14 is Scully!

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Scully is a: Domestic Shorthair Mix, Gender: Male, Age: 2 months This little firecracker was found in someone’s yard on the 4th of…

Mojo

Wednesday, July 22, 201507/22/2015

WHMP-Dakin Pet of the Week 7-22-15

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Mojo is one happy fellow! Being a puppy, he’s super friendly and loves to play with people

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Thursday, July 16, 201507/16/2015

Jamie Kent and Hamp’s Free Summer Concert Series Return This Friday

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Kent on dedicating the stage to the late Dan Yacuzzo: “He was our biggest supporter from the start & no one has stepped forward to say how important he, and the BID, was to Northampton.”

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Thursday, July 16, 201507/16/2015

The Rebel Flag Comes Down, Racism Officially Ends, and Guns Go On & On & On.

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Re: South Carolina’s flag: “Not until some nose-picking maggot murdered black worshippers did its removal become a cause. Of course, all the other nose-picking maggots in the world can obtain the same gun today, tomorrow and next week, but taking on the NRA and taking on inanimate symbols are two different things.”

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Thursday, July 16, 201507/16/2015

The News Director & The Shark Denier Debate on the Good Samaritans Who Rescued the Great White at Chatham

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Flaherty: “I hope the shark comes back with all his friends and eats every one of those 40 people.”

Bob Flaherty

Monday, July 13, 201507/13/2015

It’s Happened: Bob, the Shark Denier Ordered Out of the Water

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“So I drive 6 hours, blow a month’s pay for a cottage 100 yards from the shore, it’s 90 degrees outside & I’m not allowed to swim? The hell you say.”

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Making headlines this week

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A look back at some of the biggest stories this week and the headlines you may have missed.

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UMass Rape Trial Goes To Jury

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Deliberations began Thursday in Durocher’s alleged 2013 rape of a female classmate outside the UMass Campus Center

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UMass Investigates Alleged Employee Wrongdoing

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University officials say the violations include misreporting of hours and misuse of campus resources

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Northampton Council Urges Lift On Net-Metering Cap

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The Northampton City Council has passed a resolution urging the state to lift the cap on net-metering

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Snowy Friday Commute In The Pioneer Valley

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A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties through 1pm