Jimmy Tempesta and Jim Coppo’s roles in organizing Sunday’s “Blue Line Appreciation Dinner and Social” at Tempesta’s Restaurant in Keene were incorrect in an article in Monday’s Sentinel. Tempesta pitched the idea for the event, and Coppo, who served as an emcee, helped Tempesta organize it.

Coppo is an employee of J&J Autobody in Troy. His son works as a Keene police officer, while Tempesta’s son works at his restaurant.

 

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As the business reporter, Trisha covers stories highlighting entrepreneurship in the region and the health of its local economy. An Alabama native, she joined the staff in May 2022.

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