In honor of Women’s History Month in March and International Women’s Day on March 8, Bay Path University, Springfield Museums, and UnityFirst will present the fifth annual On the Move Forum to Advance Women on Monday, March 8 from 10 to 11:30 a.m.  This year’s theme, “Women in Leadership: This Is What Change Looks Like…

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Today at 1:00 PM, Governor Baker, Lt. Governor Polito, and I made several announcements pertaining to the state’s reopening process and sector specific guidance. These include:   Phase 3, Step 2: Effective March 1st, the Commonwealth will move forward into Phase 3, Step 2. This will reopen: Indoor performance venues such as concert halls, theaters,…

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It is a dream of generations of computer practitioners that they don’t have to debug software failures. The debugging becomes even more daunting in multi-core era since concurrency issues highly depend on a specific task interleaving that is extremely difficult to reproduce. Due to such reasons, programmers generally spend 75% of their working time on…

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Girls Inc. of the Valley received a $145,000 grant from the Amelia Peabody Foundation, which will enable the organization to further develop its virtual programming, help prepare for the time when in-person programs may resume, continue its Learning Pod collaboration with Holyoke Public Schools, and ultimately bring staff together in one building, fostering even greater…

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our communities, the need for socioeconomic recovery strategies remains a top priority for us all. The public health measures necessary to mitigate a higher death toll have also led to a reduction in labor participation, employment, worker productivity and overall production. Like other municipalities, the city of Holyoke…

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