Listen in as Leannah Giles, a woman who has defied the system and overcome being without a home to move on to permanent housing , pursuing an education, and taking her plans to the next level. You will be amazed and inspired ! #marlborough #marlboroughma #homeless #resilience #success
For Native American Heritage Month, I had the privilege to sit down with Love Richardson, a citizen of the Hassanamisco Band of Nipmucs and a tribal council member, and talk about a variety of topics, from thanks giving (used as two words), to ways to help your indigenous neighbors, to Rock your Mocs, an annual celebration of traditional native clothing and practices. For more information on NAHM and the Hassanamisco Band of Nipmucs, visit https://www.nipmucnation.org/ https:
As part of Native American Heritage Month, Wayland Police Department recently unveiled its new badge, which honors Wayland and local Nipmuc Nation Native Americans, and was designed with the organization to encapsulate important parts of Wayland’s history and values. On November 16th, 2022, members of the Wayland Police Department and Town officials welcomed citizens of Nipmuc Nation. Acting Chief Ed Burman spoke at the ceremony, along with Officer Lynnet Sloan, and Love Ri
For the the first time ever, WMCT-TV will be broadcasting the Marlborough High Thanksgiving day game vs. Hudson, LIVE from Kelleher Field. Both teams are wrapping up very successful seasons so this one is sure to be a classic! You can watch the game live on YouTube in the link below as well as on our Facebook and Twitter pages. The game will also be aired on TV. (Comcast Channel 8 and Verizon Channel 34) The stream starts at 9:45am with kickoff at 10am. Happy Thanksgiving eve
WMCT's latest program has launched! "Mental Health Wellness: A Journey of Healing" will focus on mental health and Tammy Pozerycki, from Westborough Behavioral Healthcare Hospital will bring in a variety of guests to talk about this very important subject. Tammy is a familiar face around Marlborough and her knowledge of the city and the topic of mental health will make for a very interesting program. Tammy's first guest is Judi Earnest, MA and her service dog, Gilbert.