Reverend Steve Ayres, the Vicar of the Old North Church and Executive Director of the Old North Foundation, discusses the historical significance of the Church and the site as a top tourist destination on the freedom trail in Boston's North End.
Hosted by: Jenny JohnsonProduced by: Greater Boston Newsmakers Team
Concord New Hampshire is in the midst of several community building projects; including a downtown revitalization, affordable housing opportunities, a community center for youth to seniors and a new ice hockey facility. City Manager, Tom Aspell explains.
First term Manchester NH Mayor, Joyce Craig, joins Jenny Johnson to discuss top priorities that include tackling the opioid public health crisis, investing in education, increasing economic development and making city hall more accessible to constituents.
Quincy Asian Resources supports the building of new lives and fosters more informed communities. QARI CEO, Philip Chong, discusses core services helping the Asian community adapt to cultural differences, navigate daily life and adjust to life in America.
New Hampshire State Senator, Jeb Bradley, joins Jenny Johnson to discuss top Senate priorities including; bringing Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing to New Hampshire, developing a renewable energy strategy and reauthorizing Medicaid expansion.
New Hampshire is bear country. Bird feeders, backyard chickens and unsecured trash are bringing more bears into residential neighborhoods. New Hampshire Fish and Game's, Andrew Timmons, shares tips for homeowners and outdoor enthusiasts when encountering bears.
Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing, education, the budget, a memoir and more important issues are discussed in this Newsmakers interview with Jenny Johnson and New Hampshire State Senator Lou D'Allesandro from the New Hampshire Institute of Politics.
Creating young leaders across all of Massachusetts' high schools with a fun filled leadership weekend at LaSalle College? Massachusetts Youth Leadership Foundation President, Joe Coliflores, talks about developing youth to become leaders and role models in their communities.
Interview recorded on September 12, 2017 at the Majestic Theater.
You've heard of Doctors making house calls, but Dr. Jim O'Connell, President of Boston Health Care for the Homeless makes street calls to the cities homeless population. He and his team provide contiguous medical services to patients where they are.
The Council for Human Understanding teaches empathy and human understanding through lessons of the past and by emphasizing our commonalities irrespective of sex, race, creed, or ethnic origin. Board Member, Representative Aaron Vega, joins Newsmakers.
The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra is a community music organization that presents classical music for diverse audiences who value great music in an accessible environment. Music Director, Cynthia Woods, explains why the mission is so critical today.
Interview recorded on August 22, 2017. Hosted by Jenny Johnson.