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Transportation bill to fund $375M for local roads, bridges, other projects
08-14-2023 1:31 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

Area lawmakers are lauding Gov. Maura Healey for signing the Chapter 90 conference committee bill to authorize $375 million in reimbursements to cities and towns for bridge and road maintenance and funding for transportation-related infrastructure...


Deerfield woman pleads not guilty in Superior Court to stabbing elderly man
08-07-2023 3:05 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The personal care attendant accused of stabbing the 82-year-old husband of a woman she was caring for in Montague had her charges and conditions of release transferred to Franklin County Superior Court on Friday due to the case’s...


New Community Enrichment Center in Sunderland to offer caregiver support
08-07-2023 12:10 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — Two social service agencies are working together to support not only older adults and people with disabilities, but also their families who care for them through the creation of a new enrichment center. Thanks to $450,000 in state...


Soaring toward success: 3,000 feet in the air, Valley teens learn leadership, responsibility in Civil Air Patrol’s cadet program
08-04-2023 2:34 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

High above the Pioneer Valley and the rolling hills of the Berkshires on a hazy evening, rising Northampton High School senior James Bertone-Johnson made an announcement to the other two passengers.“I have controls.”At that moment, nearly 3,000 feet...


Greenfield Savings to close satellite branches in Northampton, Amherst downtowns
07-31-2023 5:15 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — Greenfield Savings Bank will close two underperforming satellite branches in downtown Northampton and Amherst this fall, while at the same time renovating other branches in those municipalities to provide additional services to...


Guest columnist Allen Woods: Footing the bill for college
07-30-2023 7:58 PM

By ALLEN WOODS

A 1963 Broadway musical provided a catchy tune that could serve as an anthem for parents and elders today, and probably going back to those dwelling in caves: “Kids! . . . Why can’t they be like we were, perfect in every way?” Armed with hazy memories...


Baltimore company suing Whately’s Tea Guys over breach of contract
07-30-2023 3:00 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Tea Guys had two bank accounts frozen last week when a Franklin County Superior Court judge granted a pair of motions filed on behalf of a Baltimore tea company that is suing the Whately business.Judge David Hodge put a freeze on accounts...


Amy Cahillane to leave role as leader of Downtown Northampton Association for post in Greenfield
07-27-2023 5:31 PM

By MARY BYRNE

NORTHAMPTON — After seven years of championing downtown Northampton, Amy Cahillane is leaving her position as executive director of the Downtown Northampton Association to direct Greenfield’s economic development.“Over the past seven years, my job...


Dangerous roadways: Pedestrians killed, injured on Valley roads continues to climb, mirroring statewide trend
07-23-2023 8:55 AM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — The number of motor vehicle accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists has climbed across the commonwealth over the past three years, and the Pioneer Valley is no exception.Across Hampshire and Franklin counties, there have been 213...


‘Have a pint outside, watch the fireflies’: Where to drink craft beer outside in Franklin County
07-21-2023 1:25 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

To all of you out there reading this online or in print, there is something I desperately need to confess: For a portion of my July, I have been drinking on the job.But, in my defense, my editor told me to.The number of craft breweries has exploded...


Literacy Project lands experienced leader to replace Roberts
07-02-2023 1:01 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — After 26 years of holding leadership positions in philanthropy and education, Colleen Kucinski will bridge those skill sets in her new role as The Literacy Project’s executive director. “I’m really excited,” Kucinski said. “I still have a...


Guest columnists Allen J. Davis and Tom Weiner: Stop the double standard and tell the truth about Ukraine
06-29-2023 8:47 AM

By ALLEN J. DAVISand TOM WEINER

The first casualty of war, as many have noted, is the truth. This war is no exception.Why was it acceptable for the U.S. to give an ultimatum to the Soviet Union to remove its missiles from Cuba in 1962, thereby almost igniting a nuclear holocaust?...


Longtime favorites, local newcomers take the stage for 36th annual Green River Festival
06-21-2023 6:17 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

GREENFIELD — When it comes to enjoying music outdoors, the Green River Festival is tough to beat.The festival, one of the largest and most anticipated summer events that is now in its 36th year, will take place Friday through Sunday at the Franklin...


Atlas Farm expanding Mobile Market stops to combat food insecurity
06-18-2023 10:49 AM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

SOUTH DEERFIELD — In an effort to combat food insecurity throughout the Pioneer Valley, Atlas Farm has more than doubled the number of stops its traveling produce shop will make in Franklin County this season.Atlas Farm’s Mobile Market, housed inside...


Granby priest denies stealing $100K from church
06-16-2023 9:28 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

BELCHERTOWN — Appearing in a suit and tie rather than his former priestly attire, Tomasz Gorny, 43, pled not guilty in Eastern Hampshire District Court on Friday to charges of larceny over $1,200 after allegedly stealing more than $100,000 from his...


‘The world needs you’: GCC celebrates 135 graduates
06-06-2023 9:29 AM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — While it was a gloomy Saturday afternoon, no amount of cloud cover could block out the bright futures of the 135 Greenfield Community College graduates.Speaking to the graduates in front of their loved ones under a tent on the school’s...


Coop music series returns in Greenfield 
06-02-2023 2:27 PM

By MARY BYRNE

The Coop Concert summer music series has returned to Energy Park this year for its first full season since 2019. The series runs through Aug. 17, with built-in rain dates of Aug. 10 and Aug. 24.“We have a wonderful roster of musicians each summer,”...


Historic Deerfield get $10K to repair historic buildings
05-30-2023 3:01 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — Historic Deerfield has landed a $10,000 grant from a state nonprofit to fix the Deerfield Community Center’s belfry, which has rotted or damaged wood.The grant is being awarded through a partnership of Preservation Massachusetts and The...


Guest columnist Allen Woods: Mourning the wars, remembering the warriors
05-28-2023 12:19 PM

By ALLEN WOODS

Memorial Day always immerses me in a pool of mixed feelings, like those inspired by the national anthem soon after the Vietnam War. Then, the song was used as a club in the culture war, which boiled down the complex issues surrounding the war into the...


Behavioral health hospital nears completion
05-25-2023 4:35 PM

By MARY BYRNE

HOLYOKE — Construction of a $72 million behavioral health hospital at the former Holyoke Geriatric Authority property on Lower Westfield Road is expected to wrap up in about a month, officials announced this week. When the 150-bed Valley Springs...

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