Daily Archives: June 22, 2020

Pike County finally went “Green” on Friday, meaning they’re open for business as long as people follow key guidelines and restrictions. For Matt Osterberg, Chairman, Pike County Commissioner, green means “go” – go support the local businesses that have been hurting for months. Also, continue to wash your hands, wear […]

Listen: Matt Osterberg, Chairman, Pike County Commissioner on going “Green”

As a pre-med student, Michael Sutton didn’t have enough training to serve on the front lines of fighting but he still wanted to help. So he joined a brand-new national organization started by other college students students – Shopping Angels, a volunteer delivery service for at risk individuals during the […]

Listen: Michael Sutton, Coordinator for Shopping Angels PA

As the nation continues its renewed reckoning with racism in the wake of a string of killings of unarmed African Americans, we finally arrived at Juneteenth. Many are renewing calls for it to be a national holiday, while others are still just learning about it. Janus Adams has been telling […]

Listen: Janus Adams on the importance Juneteenth

As part of our ongoing coverage of Pride Month at WJFF, we check in with Steven Teague of the TriVersity Center for Gender & Sexual Diversity in Milford. He tells us about the “Our Stories, Our Lives Event” part of the ICARE – Increasing Community Awareness through Relevant Education. Also, […]

Listen: Steven Teague of the TriVersity Center for Gender & ...