In an all-new episode, host Steve D'Agostino talks with Geo Villegas, executive director of the Welcome to Worcester Festival. They talk about making Worcester more attractive to outsiders.Listen this Sunday, September 26 at 10 p.m.
Host Steve D'Agostino talks with Casey Starr of Main South Community Development Corp. and Fardeen Chowdhury of Cool Hat Web Design. They talk about celebrating Worcester's Main South neighborhood. Listen this Sunday, September 19 at 10 p.m.
In an all-new episode, Steve D'Agostino talks with Norm Ringdahl of The Prints and the Potter Gallery and Mark Waitkus of Waitkus Studios. They talk about the 35th anniversary of The Prints and the Potter Gallery and the "Paint the Town" show to celebrate it.
Hunger is a political condition and contributes to international security issues,
Congressman Jim McGovern told the audience gathered this past March 29 at the
Leicester campus of Becker College for his lecture, “The Global Hunger Crisis:
The last substantial amendments to the City of Worcester’s outdoor-sign ordinance date back to 1963. In the last two decades alone, technology has changed the way we do business and communicate, and the use of digital and electronic signs and billboards has become more popular.
The Institute for Energy & Sustainability is Central New England’s green-business zone. IES’s mission is to attract clean-energy technology and renewable-energy companies to the region. It is building on the region’s assets and reputation as an incubator of innovation.
The New Rules Project, a program of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, started in 1998 and continues to bring fresh, new policy solutions to communities and states to ensure that they are "designing rules as if community matters".
The Leadership Campaign is working on other ways to repower Massachusetts, by retrofitting homes, slashing emissions in their homes, schools, and churches, and calling on their legislators to follow their lead. My two guests are involved actively with the Leadership Campaign in Worcester.
On April 13, State Treasurer Tim Cahill, who is also an independent candidate for governor, announced that Massachusetts will withdraw more than $231 million of state funds from a Bank of America account because the lender refuses to cap credit-card interest rates at 18 percent.
Sustainability is no longer a buzzword hyping simple recycling efforts. Every day, companies are doing all they can to decrease their carbon footprint. Celebrating these efforts, Vault released its 2nd Annual Vault Guide to Green Programs.
NaviCare HMO is a health-care program sponsored by Fallon Community Health Plan whose aim is to help you get the most out of your Medicare and MassHealth Standard benefits and offers you extra services that can help you stay healthy at no extra cost.
Dan Thurmon’s new book, Off Balance On Purpose – Embrace Uncertainty and Create a Life You Love, shows us that maintaining our balance in today’s off-balance world is a never-ending challenge.
This was the lead of the story in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette on January 6, 2009:
The Worcester Center for Crafts, one of the city’s oldest cultural institutions, has suspended daily operations and may have to close permanently if it cannot raise $1 million by the
The Worcester County Food Bank is a community-based non-profit organization whose mission is: To Engage, Educate and Lead Worcester County in Creating a Hunger-Free Community
AES is a solutions-oriented company with expertise in providing services to federal Agencies.
AES has specialized knowledge and experience in brownfields assessment and remediation, and in procuring capital for redevelopment planning and development.
Why the Cleveland Clinic is a good role model for truly healthy health care?
“The Hospital That Could Cure Health Care: Cleveland Clinic is both highly effective and fiercely efficient. So why are its methods so rare?”
Since Mike O'Brien was appointed City Manager in 2004, he has worked to improve public safety and the delivery of core services, to bolster economic development and to address the long-term financial stability of New England's second-largest city.
An unassisted triple play is perhaps the rarest event in baseball with only 15 having ever occurred in major league history -- John Valentin was the last Red Sox player to turn one, in 1994.