Missing Children’s Day was observed at the Massachusetts State House on May 18 with a virtual discussion that highlighted long-term cases as well as best practices in missing children investigations. The event was hosted by Senator Anne Gobi, Rep. Todd Smola, Dr. Ann Marie Mires, Director of Forensic Criminology at Anna Maria College, and Melanie McLaughlin, Ed.M Product Productions LLC. Dr. Mires, representing the Molly Bish Center at Anna Maria College, moderated the forum. District attorneys from four MA districts (Bristol, Essex, Hampden and Middlesex) shared their experiences and case updates. This year’s event centered around the theme of collaboration and demonstrated how teamwork between law enforcement, victims’ families, community leaders and politicians can create a wider network of people. who are more likely to find answers about missing, murdered and unidentified children. The event also brought to light the 94 children who have already been missing since the start of 2022. The family of Molly Bish, a 16-year-old who disappeared from her job as a lifeguard at Comins Pond in Warren in 2000, created this annual State House event in Massachusetts to share the experiences of missing children and their families. Spectrum News coverage of Missing Children’s Day is available here.
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Virtual Event for Public Schools (Photo – Graphics Department) ALTADENA- ColoradoBoulevard.net: Pastor Johnson of “Pastors for Texas Children” will speak with the PUSD community. By News Desk Pastor Charles Foster Johnson, director of Texas Children’s Pastorswill be interviewed virtually by school trustee Jennifer Hall Lee as part of the superintendent’s enrollment committee. Board of Education […]
HONOLULU (KHON2) – Tomorrow, January 15, is Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and to celebrate this pioneering activist, the Honolulu Hawaii NAACP will be hosting a virtual event. King was a Baptist minister and social activist, who led the civil rights movement in the late 1950s and 1960s before he was tragically assassinated in Memphis […]