A magazine format series that focuses on timely, relevant local subject matter. The show will consist of a brief news headline, interviews, analysis, field features, commentary and elements of current local programs that focus on our communities which may at times be hosted by both familiar and new faces to WGBY. Fridays program will remain The State Were In a program of public affairs.Visit Connecting Point Website
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WGBY shares the stories of several western New England veterans and their families.
Rep. Todd Smola discusses his appointment to the Massachusetts Budget Conference Committee
ACLU on Obstruction of Justice, CT River Flooding, Community Media, Dr. Seuss Museum
Kestrel Nest Box, Preventing Child Abuse, STCC Pathways Program Summertime Power Demand
State Senator Adam Hinds discusses the recently adopted 2018 Massachusetts Senate Budget.
Montague Plains, Ed Orzechowski, Green High Performance Computing Ctr, Health care Proxies
West Springfield Opioid Tragedy, Broadband Access, Soldiers' Home, Kathy & Gary Picard
Tony Cignoli, Jerold Duquette, and Rob Rizzuto discuss the national political scene
Legendary record producer Tom Werman reinvented himself as an innkeeper in the Berkshires.
Paul Bailey, Executive Director of Springfield Partners for Community Action
Phil Korman, Executive Director of CISA, visits two western Massachusetts fiber farms
Get a behind the scenes look at how WGBY's local choral show, Together in Song, is made.
Explore the colorful & mysterious history and lore of the Berkshires' October Mountain