To most of the world, the late Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon on July 20, 1969, nearly 50 years ago.
Thirty-two people have been shot and killed in our area this year. The mother of one of those victims, a 14-year-old, came to police headquarters on Thursday as Chief Eliot Isaac and Mayor John Cranley addressed the surge in violence. Though shootings are down compared with previous years, CPD plans to increase police presence in crime hot spots in an effort to reduce the violence.
On Sunday, July 21, The Good People Festival will be celebrating its 6th year of encouraging hard work and positive influences in the community. Founder of the Good People Festival, Rachel DesRochers, joins Elaine Diehl to talk about her non-profit and the success that she attributes to gratitude.
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