(Holyoke, MA) — Residents of South Holyoke say they’re sick of guns, drugs, gangs, and homicide. A group took to the streets Tuesday night for an anti-violence march. City Councilor Gladys Lebron-Martinez said the march is a way for the community to come together. Councilor Anthony Soto encouraged neighbors to break the code of silence and call police if they see trouble.
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