Katherine O'Brien '77 is retiring from the Pittsfield Police Department after a 36 year career.
Westfield State University's Downtown Art Gallery presents its current exhibit "A Galaxy of Glass: The Luminous World of Josh Simpson" which will be on display through October 13.
Westfield State University's radio station WSKB 89.5 FM is launching a series of community radio shows daily from 6-8 a.m. The expanded format is due to the increased frequency provided from the station's new antenna.
Michael Brill '12 has been selected as one of 57 students to receive a prestigious graduate fellowship from The Honor Science of Phi Kappa Phi.
Westfield Bank President and CEO James C. Hagan '84 has been appointed to the Westfield State University Board of Trustees.
John Merrill '80 has been named a 2014 Community Bank Hero by Banker & Tradesman journal for 2014.
The Megaplanet Promenade: The Josh Simpson Art Walk kicks off a unique city-wide, fifteen-week celebration of the creative arts, Saturday, June 28 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm in downtown Westfield, Massachusetts.
Jeffrey LaBell '04 wed Sydney Bender in a ceremony on Saturday, June 14th in West Tisbury. LaBell is a detective for the Oak Bluffs police department. He is a graduate of Westfield State and has been a full-time police officer on Martha’s Vineyard since 2005. The couple honeymooned in Paris before returning to their home on Martha’s Vineyard.
Kami Falcione '95 was named as a relationship manager for MassMutual's New England district, serving retirement plans that rely on third-party administrators (TPAs). Falcione was a client relationship manager for 401(k) plans at Great West Retirement Services. She also held previous relationship management positions at DST Retirement Solutions and Bank of America, and has a total of 16 years of experience in the financial services industry. A graduate of Westfield State, she holds FINRA Series 6 and 63 licenses.