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$2M in historic tax credits for Jones Library expansion off the table
07-11-2024 8:19 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

AMHERST — Around $2 million in historic tax credits sought for the $46.1 million expansion and renovation of the Jones Library will not be available after the project was deemed ineligible by the Massachusetts Historical Commission, whose staff are...


A Look Back: July 11
07-11-2024 6:01 AM

50 Years Ago■Kenneth R. Mosakowski, a 27-year-old library assistant at the University of Massachusetts, formally announced his candidacy yesterday for the seat held by U.S. Rep. Silvio O. Conte, Republican of Pittsfield. Mosakowski, a Democrat, said...


Legion baseball: Belchertown stays unbeaten, blanks Aldenville 3-0
07-10-2024 8:33 PM

By GARRETT COTE

BELCHERTOWN — How about a dozen, Post 239?It wasn’t the typical offensive onslaught that the Belchertown Post 239 Senior American Legion team has gotten accustomed to over the course of the summer, but it got the job done behind scorching southpaw...


Photos: Strollin’ on a river
07-10-2024 7:51 PM


Area Briefs: Meet the new Amherst school superintendent; Jurassic Deerfield workshops; Walking tours of William Cullen Bryant Homestead in Cummington
07-10-2024 7:45 PM

School superintendentto attend Cuppa Joe eventAMHERST — Town Manager Paul Bockelman will be joined by new Schools Superintendent E. Xiomara Herman during a periodic Cuppa Joe with Paul event Friday.The event, in which people can chat about town- and...


Yankee Candle consolidation prompts loss of 100 jobs
07-10-2024 7:42 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Newell Brands, Yankee Candle’s parent company, announced Monday that Sept. 9 will be the last day of operations at its distribution facility at 27 Yankee Candle Way.The news of an official date to end distribution operations there...


Man charged with threatening prosecutor in his choking case sent for evaluation
07-10-2024 6:23 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

NORTHAMPTON — A city man was ordered detained Wednesday following his arraignment in Northampton District Court on charges of making threats against a Hampshire County prosecutor.Cody Malone, 28, allegedly made repeated and escalating threats against...


South Hadley board sets dangerous hearing for dog that killed another
07-10-2024 6:16 PM

By EMILEE KLEIN

SOUTH HADLEY — Edward Wall rushed down Pynchon Street one morning in June to find his little white Maltipoo no longer white.“I arrived on the scene 20 minutes afterwards and it was just carnage. My wife had blood all over her. My daughter had blood...


Ray Ahearn: Republican extremism at root of gridlock
07-10-2024 6:00 PM

I read Joe Gannon’s July 4 column [“Broken political infrastructure on display”] with considerable empathy. While I share his pain traveling up and down I-95, I have to say that help is on the way for improving our physical infrastructure.The vastly...


Vicki Elson: What's even more important than the next president?
07-10-2024 6:00 PM

As I write, my NuclearBan.US colleagues are sweltering in Washington, D.C., urging members of Congress to remember that no matter who is president, we must do much more, right now, to address the twin existential threats of climate and nuclear...


Jeff Clark: We need energy permitting reform
07-10-2024 6:00 PM

The article “Energy bill doesn’t address siting fears” by Scott Merzbach in the Gazette’s July 6 edition does not accurately state the positive aspects of the governor and Legislature’s effort to reform the permitting process for renewable energy and...


Carmen Aliber: Freedom from coercive control
07-10-2024 6:00 PM

Last week as America celebrated its independence, so too did thousands of Massachusetts domestic abuse survivors. Thanks to the unanimous, bipartisan support of our state legislators, the passage of H 4744, An Act to Prevent Abuse and Exploitation,...


Northampton Education Foundation doles out grants across public school district
07-10-2024 5:54 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — The Northampton Education Foundation has announced more than $60,000 in annual grants for various programs in the Northampton public schools, as well as announcing a new plan for distribution of its endowment grants. Rather than give an...


Gazette Girls Tennis Player of the Year: Ava Shea, Belchertown
07-10-2024 4:20 PM

By GARRETT COTE

BELCHERTOWN — Heading into this spring, Belchertown girls tennis star Ava Shea needed 15 victories to reach the 50-win plateau for her career. The senior sat down before the season started and created a list of goals for herself, trying to figure out...


Downed utility pole shuts down King Street in Northampton
07-10-2024 11:25 AM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

A section of King Street in Northampton was shut down to fix a downed telephone pole, the second time such an incident has occurred on the busy thoroughfare this year.The pole, located in front of the Lia Toyota dealership, was leaning towards the...


Northampton man charged with shooting at neighbors completes hospital stay
07-10-2024 11:12 AM

By JAMES PENTLAND

NORTHAMPTON — A city man facing 13 charges after allegedly firing an assault rifle into his neighbors’ apartment in December was moved Tuesday from a hospital to jail following a hearing in Hampshire Superior Court.Joshua Martinelli, 29, appeared...


Comerford shares details of Quabbin water legislation at forum
07-10-2024 9:55 AM

By ERIN-LEIGH HOFFMAN

ORANGE — State Sen. Jo Comerford met with area residents on Monday to answer questions and provide updates pertaining to bills that she and state Rep. Aaron Saunders have put forward to study the feasibility of giving western Massachusetts...


Lawmakers wade into CCC ‘trainwreck,’ mull possible action
07-10-2024 9:32 AM

By CHRIS LISINSKI

Lawmakers from both parties signaled Tuesday they share a government watchdog’s concerns about upheaval at the Cannabis Control Commission, but Democrats who wield decision-making power stopped short of indicating what kind of response they might...


Ashfield Lake House reopening under new ownership, management
07-10-2024 7:54 AM

By JANE KAUFMAN

ASHFIELD — Friday fish fries, burgers and Steel Rail extra pale ale from Berkshire Brewing Co. will soon be on tap under the Ashfield Lake House’s new ownership and management.Ashfield resident Gretchen Gerstner, who owns Baked in Shelburne Falls,...


Area property deed transfers, July 10
07-10-2024 7:43 AM

AMHERSTLasalle David E Est and Wayne A. Johnson to Jennifer J. Meyer and Paul G. Meyer, 117 Chestnut St, $475,000Karen L. Ching to Charles Dana and Ruoq Zhong, 10 Hitching Post Rd, $535,000Carlos Santiago and Mary Santiago to Xiaowei Chen and Celia F....

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