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Matt Martin of Sunderland collects sap from the maples on both sides of the mile-long Hadley Common for boiling at the North Hadley Sugar Shack on... [Read More]
An 84-year-old pole vaulter isn't putting her pole down anytime soon.Flo Filion Meiler left Thursday for the World Masters Athletics Championship Indoor in Poland, where... [Read More]
UMass' return to TD Garden was a brief and fruitless one.The Minutemen made their first appearance in the Hockey East semifinals in 12 years, and... [Read More]
We of Interfaith Opportunities Network are Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, and Christians. Once again we find ourselves confronted with an unspeakably violent tragedy. Last fall we... [Read More]
A front page Gazette article March 6 reports on a recent "packed" meeting where speakers praised Venezuela's "democracy" while criticizing our county's interference in their... [Read More]
When will the editors of the Gazette make a public statement about impeachment? What would be necessary for the editors to take a stand?Readers cannot... [Read More]
When John Mieczkowski, a Hadley Planning Board member, claims not to see the embedded racism in his statements uttered during a public meeting of the... [Read More]
An unusual case appears to have wrapped up inside the halls of the Hampshire County Courthouse this month, and it doesn't involve plaintiffs or defendants... [Read More]
Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday turned over his long-awaited final report on the contentious Russia investigation, ending a probe that has cast a dark... [Read More]
The high school basketball season officially came to a close Friday.Seniors from across western Massachusetts gathered at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in... [Read More]
Conway's David Fitch added national title No. 2 at the NCAA Division III swimming and diving championships, Friday.The Kenyon sophomore touched the wall first in... [Read More]
About 30 members of local faith communities stood together in the rain by the Amherst Common on Friday to show their support for the Muslim community... [Read More]
An alternative plan for preserving Hampshire College - keeping it autonomous and financially secure while continuing to pursue its core mission - is being formally unveiled... [Read More]
Two Deerfield men were arrested Thursday night at the Walmart on North King Street for stealing baby formula and various other merchandise.on 10 shoplifting charges between... [Read More]
Edmund H. Garrett, a well-known 19th-century illustrator and painter, was charged with making revisions to the state seal in 1885, though he left intact the most elements... [Read More]
For the past 239 years, Massachusetts residents have lived in a state with a seal and a flag depicting a Native American man, a sword and... [Read More]
With its boozy, coffee-soaked ladyfingers and sweet, creamy filling, it's no wonder tiramisu is Italian for "pick me up."Instead of making a custard filling, we... [Read More]
Cooking isn't a skill that's taught in fire academy, but maybe it should be.   In this job, "if you don't know how to cook, you'll learn really quickly,"... [Read More]
Earth Matters began 10 years ago, on March 21, 2009. To celebrate, the Hitchcock Center is re-running the first column, with an update by naturalist... [Read More]
During the deep days of winter, JP Welch trudged through snow drifts, chainsaw in hand, felling beech and hemlock trees. JP produces maple syrup on... [Read More]