Albany, NY – It's time again for Pets and Vets with Dr. Ron Scharf and Sue Sternberg. One listener has two cats who love chewing on plastic, sitting on running microwaves, and eating tea-bags out of the garbage and wants to know, is this behavior bad for the cats? Another listener has a 14 year-old labrador retriever mix that is showing signs of dimensia and violent behavior that have never manifested before and wants to know what she should do? If you have pet questions, Ron and Sue have your answers.
Berkshire County – The largest private college in the Berkshires, and the county's longest running performing arts festival are moving forward with their individual plans for upgrading their respective campuses. Details from WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo;
Pittsfield, MA – A second Federally Qualified Health center is set to open this spring in Berkshire County. And as WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, reports the designation means additional services for an area the federal government has identified as medically underserved;
Albany, NY – Bob Scott and David Tripp join Bob Barrett in Studio A for the Stamps and Coins edition of Vox Pop. Topics include a pre-40s stamp collection sold for what one listener thinks is far too low a price, where one should go to get a stamp collection assessed, a 1797 Cartwheel penny, a 1904 gold 2.5 dollar, and ancient Greek and Roman coins.
Springfield, MA – The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority has selected a new company to operate the troubled para-transit bus service for the elderly and disabled. WAMC's Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill reports...