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The New England Farm Workers' Council office on Main St. in Springfield, Mass.
Elizabeth Román
A comingling of operational and government funds flagged auditors to a misuse issue for the Springfield, Massachusetts, nonprofit. Now they need to pay back the government.
The Fabulous 413
Kaliis Smith is with Monte Belmonte's kids, Pax and Enzo in New Haven, Vermont.
Monte Belmonte
We hear about Childrens' Advocacy Center's awareness event, discover a new book about the Longmeadow boy who would become Johnny Appleseed with local author Melissa Cybulski, discuss idioms and Merriam-Webster developments with Word Nerd, and revisit our trip to the path of totality.
The Rundown with Carrie Saldo
Carrie Saldo, host of The Rundown, is with panelists Nirvani Williams of NEPM, Dave Eisenstadter of MassLive, and Robert Rizzuto of the Hampden Sheriff's Office.
Joyce Skowyra
Panelists discuss a defamation and discrimination lawsuit out of Amherst-Pelham Regional Schools, the future of psychedelics in Massachusetts, Springfield’s first Black police superintendent, and much more from the NEPM newsroom.
"At Sword's Point" recounts a pivotal moment in American history when Joseph McCarthy’s Red Scare found its first true target in the labor movement of the United Electrical Workers in Greenfield, Massachusetts in the early 1950s. Broadcast on 88.5 NEPM on Saturday, May 4 at noon and Sunday, May 5 at 3 p.m.