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Easthampton Theater Company and Williston Northampton School form partnership: Ensemble will stage its next play, “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” at school in June
03-31-2024 1:15 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

EASTHAMPTON — Easthampton Theater Company (ETC), which since forming in late 2022 has staged two sold-out productions at the Blue Room at CitySpace, has formed a new partnership with the Williston Northampton School — one that will bring both a new...


Norman Spier: Medicaid estate recovery in Massachusetts worse than it need be
03-29-2024 8:49 AM

Regarding the March 18 front-page article, “Medicaid offices target dead people’s home,” the article points out that the federal government currently requires states to estate-recover expenses for nursing homes and other similar care classified as...


Nancy Natale: Free historical cemetery tour in Easthampton
03-29-2024 8:49 AM

Local historian Bob Comeau will lead a free one-hour historical tour of Easthampton’s St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr Cemetery on Saturday, April 16, from 11 a.m. to noon. This cemetery, located on Mayher Street, stands as a testament to the early...


Arts Briefs: Rising indie pop star Caroline Rose comes to Florence, UMass Amherst hosts a literary festival, and more
03-28-2024 12:24 PM

Hot tickets at BombyxFLORENCE — Indie pop singer and songwriter Caroline Rose, who’s gained increased attention and acclaim from the national music press in the last several years, is coming to the Bombyx Center for Arts & Equity for two shows, April...


Valley Art Supplies finds right mix by adding bar to longtime Easthampton business
03-27-2024 2:41 PM

By EMILEE KLEIN

EASTHAMPTON — Unlike most bar logs, the pages of the small black book found on the homemade bartop at Valley Art Supplies are filled with doodles and scribbles: a cat Statue of Liberty, a skull cocktail glass and platypus gyroscope lily...


Guest columnist Bonnie Harrison: Taxes are a wake-up call: Welcome to your ‘Golden Years’
03-26-2024 3:28 PM

By BONNIE HARRISON

I’d like to respond to the letter “Where will it end?” [Gazette, Feb. 7] regarding the writer’s taxes in Northampton. Welcome to what all senior citizens are enduring on our fixed incomes. Come on over to your neighboring city of Easthampton, where...


Carey submits nomination papers for clerk of courts
03-26-2024 6:31 AM

STAFF REPORT

NORTHAMPTON — Daniel Carey has submitted nomination papers for Hampshire County clerk of courts, moving him a step closer to getting his name on the ballot for the Democratic nomination.Carey, a Democratic state representative from Easthampton since...


George Boucher: Riverbank environmental threat in Easthampton
03-25-2024 4:11 PM

Easthampton officials are pulling another bad move. On the property of 282 Loudville Road there is a steep 100-foot bank that goes down to the north branch of the Manhan River. On this bank is an old dump with a couple of dump truck loads of...


Leslie Sharr: They call these seedlings replacement trees?
03-25-2024 4:11 PM

With regard to Eversource cutting trees on Loudville Road in Easthampton before receiving permission, I find the requirement that they provide “tree replacements of at least 1½ inches in diameter and 12 inches in height” to be laughable at best. These...


Larry Hunt: Hope for the future
03-24-2024 11:17 AM

Olin Rose-Bardawil’s inaugural column in the Gazette was masterful [”Demonization won’t help heal divisions,” March 19]. It made me optimistic that a young mind like his had perspective on our polarized country that many lack. His ideas for promoting...


Theo Matthias: Why Support Ukraine?
03-24-2024 11:17 AM

In 1991, the three greatest nuclear powers were the US, USSR, and Ukraine. The USSR’s break-up had left nuclear stockpiles in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine. Ukraine possessed so many nukes, it became the world’s third largest nuclear power.In 1992,...


Jean Lusskintorytto: Why ‘riddled with local queer history?’
03-21-2024 6:06 PM

The March 14 business brief about Many Graces Farm and Sub Rosa stated that these businesses are opening on a block “riddled with local queer history” [“Many Graces Farm to open Sub Rosa”].“Riddled” means that something is damaged with numerous holes,...


Eversource ‘jumped the gun’ on utility pole project in Easthampton
03-21-2024 10:49 AM

By JAMES PENTLAND

EASTHAMPTON — City councilors preparing to meet with Eversource representatives last month to discuss a permit for new and replacement utility poles on Loudville Road were shocked to find the job was already completed.In addition, several shade trees...


Easthampton man remains jailed on assault, kidnapping charges
03-21-2024 10:36 AM

By JAMES PENTLAND

NORTHAMPTON — An Easthampton man accused of assaulting his disabled father and holding him hostage during a night of terror remained incarcerated Wednesday after pleading not guilty to 11 charges in Hampshire Superior Court.Kevin Pardee, 37, is...


Columnist Sara Weinberger: ‘Collective punishment’ of Gazans must stop
03-17-2024 9:27 AM

By SARA WEINBERGER

My connection with Israel has taken many twists and turns. Growing up with parents who survived the unimaginable trauma of the Holocaust, it’s not surprising that my mother and father, the remnants of so much that was lost, instilled in their children...


Michael David Tiskus: Town Farm propaganda campaign
03-15-2024 2:37 PM

Recently a bag was left on my front door containing claims arguing against the Town Farm project on Oliver Street but having no name of the author. Setting aside the openly offensive forecasts about potential occupants, I was stunned by the inept...


Arts Briefs: Two-artist exhibits in Easthampton and Amherst, the South Hadley Chorale performs, and more
03-14-2024 2:40 PM

Artistic minds that think alikeEASTHAMPTON — City artists Ken Gagne and Adell Donaghue share a number of traits, from an inquisitive eye to a penchant for sketching surreal or humorous scenes in their drawings, yet that also engage viewers’...


Columnist Tolley M. Jones: Faces of Medicine
03-13-2024 4:40 PM

By TOLLEY M. JONES

“If you think we live in the land of the free, you should try to be black like me.” — Mickey GuytonHave you ever been told as a child you can’t possibly be as smart as you are? Have you ever been accused of cheating because your test scores were...


A dynasty marches on: Easthampton High’s We the People win state title for 7th straight year
03-07-2024 11:34 AM

By Aria Martinelli

EASTHAMPTON — They did it again.Easthampton High School’s “We the People” class — proven experts on the U.S. Constitution — captured the state title for the seventh straight year at the “We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution” competition in...


Lynn Troy: What town committee is
03-04-2024 1:03 PM

I am a newcomer to Eashampton and voted early by mail-in ballot. I was perplexed by a list of people called the town committee, and not knowing any of them, did not feel comfortable selecting individuals nor checking the “Group” option. I went to...

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