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Hundreds of tires slashed at Springfield van transportation company

SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - Hundreds of tires were discovered slashed Monday morning at an Indian Orchard business that provides transportation for children and families in need. The incident impacted dozens of vehicles and now, the community is stepping up to help. Youth on the Move employees have been at their...
SPRINGFIELD, MA

Tires Slashed On 45 Vehicles At Company In Springfield

Police are investigating after tires were slashed on 45 vans of a Western Massachusetts company that provides services to the handicapped and those in need of rides to doctor appointments and medical treatments. The incident took place in Springfield at Indian Orchard at Youth on the Move early Monday, May...
SPRINGFIELD, MA
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David Arthur Hosokawa, 78, of Great Barrington

David Arthur Hosokawa, 78, of Great Barrington, Massachusetts, passed away on May 14, after a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. Dave is survived by his wife Beverly, daughter Dorree, son Sam and his wife Pam, granddaughters Kaiya and Eva, and sister Mary. Dave was born on July 16, 1943,...
GREAT BARRINGTON, MA
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BUSINESS MONDAY: Dave’s Driving School

PITTSFIELD — Dave Coco’s passion for teaching spans nearly five decades. In the early 1970s, he was employed by the Pittsfield Public Schools as a math teacher with a side gig steering the District’s driver education program. When Proposition 2½ came along—imposing tax caps and slashing public programs across the Commonwealth—he was laid off. Coco quickly shifted gears and began focusing on his own burgeoning business. Today, he remains at the wheel of Dave’s Driving School Inc. where he is president and owner; his son and business manager, Jeff, runs day-to-day operations at the bustling Elm Street office where the challenges of the past two years have slingshotted the family business into the 21st century.
PITTSFIELD, MA

Two men admit to role in nationwide phone scam

PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Two men who participated in an elaborate phone scam that cheated people from across the nation have agreed to repay their victims but avoided time behind bars, Massachusetts prosecutors said. Ajaykumar Chaudhari, 26, of Pownal, Vermont, and Jitendra Chaudhari, 29, of Williamstown, Massachusetts, pleaded guilty...
WILLIAMSTOWN, MA
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