RJ Sheedy, a Milford native and currently attending Worcester State, launched a TV Talk Show on the local cable system five years ago. RJ is open and he shares his views on being an out and open public figure. RJ feels he is responsible to seek out and shine a light on those issues and people who
Worcester – The City Manager’s Task Force for Sustaining Housing First Solutions will host the first of two public forum listening sessions on Wednesday, March 21 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Worcester Senior Center. Members of the community are encouraged to attend the forum and provide input. In addition, the Task Force has launched a website
RJ Sheedy started a local late night TV show on the local cable station in Milford. RJ is a great advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and he’ll be stopping by WCUW studios to chat with Radio Pride. About Late Night TV, the local way!!! Watch Talk Show on Milford TV and anytime on YouTube.
Bill Wallace of the Worcester Historical Museum wants to learn about your stories, memories, artifacts, photos and just about anything relating to WORCESTER’S LGBTQ HISTORY MARCH 12TH 2018 Bill talks about the current project to gather as much info, pictures and stories about the LGBTQ community in Worster. Bill and Joe are hoping the Essay
The Worcester Historic Museum wants to learn about your stories, memories, artifacts, photos and a just about anything relating to the community. William Wallace along with Stephanie Yuhl of Holy Cross and Bob Tobin of Clark will join Joe in studio to discuss this great project. Founded in 1875, Worcester Historical Museum is the only
March 5th with Sharon McQueen – WPD Liaison Officer Officer Sharon McQueen joined Joe in studio to talk about her role in the Worcester Police Department. The position came to be in 2014 and Officer McQueen was appointed September of 2016. The LGBTQ Liaison Officer position was created in 2014 to focus on the public
This past September the City of Worcester and the Worcester Police Department appointed Officer Sharon McQueen as the Department’s new LGBTQ Liaison Officer. The LGBTQ Liaison Officer position was created in 2014 to focus on the public safety needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning communities. The officer promotes public safety projects and programs aimed