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Archive for March, 2010

By WGGB Staff AMHERST, Mass. (WGGB) — A University of Massachusetts official has admitted the school has made a mistake in the way it handled a sexual assault accusation after it came to light the alleged attacker avoided significant penalties and… Read more

By: Eric Fisher CONWAY, Mass. (abc40) — Since 1970, MassWildlife has been studying the life cycles of black bears. Annual surveys are a major part of their work, and crews spent the better part of Friday morning visiting a den in the woods of… Read more

A tax tip from IRS.gov The IRS offers five tips for taxpayers who have moved or are about to move. If you’ve changed your home or business address, make sure you update that information with the IRS to ensure you receive any refunds or… Read more

By  Ray Hershel BOSTON (WGGB)– The effort to pass anti-bullying legislation is gaining momentum on Beacon Hill. Proponents of the latest bill gathered in Boston Thursday to rally for support. The bill would ban bullying at schools, on school… Read more

By:  Jim Cline WESTFIELD, Mass (abc40)– There was an assembly at Westfield Voke on Wednesday.  March 3rd was the Day of Awareness, and students bought T-shirts to support the effort.  They’re getting the word out.  Using the r-word, that is,… Read more

By: Shannon Hegy SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) —  Monday night, the Robert Hughes Academy Charter School Board of Trustees unanimously accepted acting director Fred Swan’s resignation, Swan maintaining his stepping down was not the result of three… Read more

By    When you’re hiring employees for your small business, it’s vital to use the interview process to identify the most qualified candidates for your company. Successful interviewing is similar to many other “communications” skills — it’s a… Read more