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Man pleads guilty to manslaughter for Athol boy's 2013 death
04-19-2019 11:38 AM

By DAVID McLELLAN

GREENFIELD — Isaiah Buckner would be 16 years old today.Nearly six years after the 10-year-old boy from Athol died July 10, 2013, due to severe injuries to his abdomen and internal organs, Christopher Vinsant, 33, pleaded guilty to involuntary...


Wendell man gets life without parole for killing girlfriend in 2017
04-17-2019 11:02 AM

By DAVID McLELLAN

GREENFIELD — Lewis H. Starkey III was handed a life sentence without the possibility of parole Tuesday for the 2017 killing of Amanda Glover, in what prosecutors called a “classic” case of domestic violence.The 55-year-old was also sentenced to 10 to...


Police charge 5 with running painkiller pipeline from China to Franklin County
12-12-2017 11:06 PM

By JOSHUA SOLOMON

GREENFIELD — Five people who police allege operated an illicit painkiller pipeline from China to Franklin County have been indicted by the Franklin County Grand Jury.Police allege the five people were involved in importing as much as half a kilogram...


Greenfield man gets jail time after seven-town car chase
07-20-2017 9:32 PM

By EMILY CUTTS

NORTHAMPTON — A Greenfield man admitted Wednesday that he led police on a chase that went through seven towns and damaged multiple vehicles in September 2016. Frank Cabrera, 47, pleaded guilty in Hampshire Superior Court to charges of assault and...


Labor unions rally in support of Baystate Franklin nurses
07-20-2017 9:31 PM

By JOSHUA SOLOMON

GREENFIELD — Baystate Franklin nurses head back to the bargaining table Friday, the first time since before a strike and lockout that Baystate Health announced Thursday cost the organization about $1 million.Nearly a month since the nurses went to...


What are the odds? With help, Greenfield woman finds lost diamond in dumpster
07-19-2017 11:18 PM

By ANDY CASTILLO

GREENFIELD — A lost diamond in the rough is what one Greenfield woman got returned from the bottom of a two-cubic-foot dumpster — found after a lengthy search by the owner of West Hatfield’s Alternative Recycling Systems.“There is no way I, my husband...


Sunny weather draws crowd to 31st annual Green River Festival
07-16-2017 11:28 PM

By SHELBY ASHLINEand MIRANDA DAVIS

GREENFIELD — Sixty-eight-year-old Roberta Hurtig of Oak Bluffs had her usual seat at the Green River Festival — perched underneath an umbrella in a folding lawn chair.“We’ve learned over the years the tricks to get in line to be in the first row of...


Defense seeks to suppress information in Orange double murder case
06-30-2017 12:29 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — A hearing on a motion to suppress information has been scheduled in the case of an Athol couple accused of a double homicide in Orange last year.The hearing is scheduled to start Sept. 25, and the trial is slated for April 2018.Joshua...


Planned strike leads to nurse lockout at hospital
06-26-2017 9:57 AM

By MIRANDA DAVIS

GREENFIELD — Nurses, union members and other supporters gathered around the two main entrances to Baystate Franklin Medical Center to cheer on the nurses who had to leave their shift because a three-day lockout began Sunday night in response to their...


GCC students help Thornes build brand
06-25-2017 7:09 PM

By JOSHUA SOLOMON

GREENFIELD — Here’s a prime example of how to turn a marketing class project into a job.This spring, Sierra Myers, a Northampton native, created a new Instagram account for Thornes Marketplace as part of a group project for a Greenfield Community...


State senators register concern over Baystate Franklin nursing talks
06-24-2017 12:09 AM

By JOSHUA SOLOMON

GREENFIELD — State legislators weighed in on the ongoing negotiations between Baystate Franklin Medical Center and the nurses’ union as a one-day strike looms for Monday and the hospital plans a three-day lockout of its nurses.“We urge continued...


Franklin County Pride celebration this Saturday
06-22-2017 10:56 PM

By SHELBY ASHLINEand AVIVA LUTTRELL

GREENFIELD — With goals of promoting unity and togetherness, volunteers have organized Franklin County Pride, a burgeoning gay pride event to be held downtown on Saturday.The event will begin at 1 p.m. with a march from Greenfield Middle School on...


Baystate Franklin Hospital to lock out nurses for 3 days for planned ‘illegal strike’
06-22-2017 10:02 PM

By JOSHUA SOLOMON

GREENFIELD — In response to the one-day strike by nurses planned for Monday, Baystate Franklin Medical Center has decided to lock out nurses from the hospital starting Sunday evening and lasting until Wednesday evening, according to a letter sent by...


South Hadley food pantry to benefit from Whole Foods’ Community Giving Day
06-19-2017 10:13 PM

HADLEY — On Thursday, June 22, Whole Foods Market in Hadley will host a 5 percent Community Giving Day to benefit food security nonprofits in the Pioneer Valley. The store will donate 5 percent of that day’s sales split between Greenfield-based Just...


War on two fronts: World War II vet recalls fighting racism while in service
05-28-2017 10:56 PM

By ANDY CASTILLO

AMHERST — Much effort is made to honor the sacrifices of “The Greatest Generation,” but often overlooked are the double hardships faced by black World War II veterans who struggled against racism while fighting in foreign countries alongside fellow...


West Mass branding put on pause while organizers gather feedback
04-22-2017 12:17 AM

By ANDY CASTILLO

GREENFIELD — “West Mass” is on hold until further notice.In response to a dramatic public outcry when the name was unveiled a few months ago, “we have hit pause,” Economic Development Council of Western Mass., President Rick Sullivan said on...


CT Watershed Council now CT River Conservancy
04-14-2017 12:50 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The Connecticut River Watershed Council is retiring its name and logo, but Executive Director Andrew Fisk said it will remain the same organization.Now called the Connecticut River Conservancy, the nonprofit environmental advocate, has...


Doing Doonya: Greenfield instructor offers workout inspired by Bollywood
04-04-2017 5:21 PM

By LISA SPEAR

Aisha Russell is a blur of motion, her knees bent in a semi squat, her feet taking tiny, quick steps, as she darts from side to side. Arms raised in front of her, elbows bent, too, she makes circular motions with her hands as if she is washing a...


Editorial: State supports GCC goal to train students for success
04-02-2017 11:17 PM

Area residents who want to find well-paying work in the tech field have gotten a leg up from the administration of Gov. Charlie Baker.Greenfield Community College recently received nearly $500,000 for advanced skills vocational training and related...


Business briefs: UMass food specialist gets grant
12-25-2016 5:43 PM

Greenfield Savings promotes threeGREENFIELD – Kelly Gagnon has been promoted to trust officer in the Trust and Investment Management Group at Greenfield Savings Bank. Gagnon joined the bank in 2010, and has worked in the financial services industry...

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