The Picture Is Brightening For Law-School Graduates
By BusinessWest Staff August 7, 2018 68
Degrees of Improvement
By Kayla Ebner
Claudia Quintero was inspired by a lawyer who helped her — and now gets to do the same for others.
The Cap on Kids – also called the Family Cap – denies welfare benefits to children conceived while – or soon after – the family received benefits. CWJC will join Representative Carlos Gonzalez, advocates, and citizens of Greater Springfield to help lift this "cap." Participants will hear from experts in the field and impacted parents about why we need to take action.
FITCHBURG -- As Three Pyramids Inc. prepares to enter its 48th year at its annual board meeting Thursday, the organization honored someone who has helped those in need in recent years, while bringing in someone with ideas and resources to continue supporting the underserved in North Central Massachusetts.
FITCHBURG -- A new healthy-food reimbursement incentive that will be offered through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program this spring was met positively by the representatives of local nonprofits who attended an informational meeting at Fitchburg Public Library on Wednesday.
BOSTON -- If a child immigrant enters the U.S. without legal status, and has been abandoned or abused by their parents, the child can apply for permanent legal status.