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It was a thriller in Hadley between the two top teams in the Hampshire League South. Hopkins Academy won the first meeting of the season against... [Read More]
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It was about as perfect of a start as the Greenfield girls basketball team could have hoped for on Tuesday against Hampden Charter West. The Green... [Read More]
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Mohawk Trail's Addie Loomis won made it seven wins in a row on Tuesday at the PVIAC Alpine Ski Race No. 7 at Berkshire East, taking... [Read More]
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The Planning Board kicked off the special permitting process for a proposed "cannabis campus" on Monday, as SunnyDayz Inc. presented the initial plan for its... [Read More]
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After 16 years at its helm, Judith Roberts is retiring as executive director of The Literacy Project. Roberts, 72, will transition out of the role... [Read More]
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I saw my first heart-shaped box of chocolates on Valentine's Day when I was four. My father presented it to my mother, who gave me... [Read More]
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As educators and policymakers alike are learning to navigate a world in which artificial intelligence can write both high school essays and legislation, some in... [Read More]
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Although the final draft of a revised bylaw governing accessory dwelling units is nearly complete, the Planning Board held off on approving it Monday with... [Read More]
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Though many students eagerly await school vacations, these breaks in the academic year can pose a challenge to those relying on free school breakfasts and... [Read More]
The Frontier girls basketball team has grown accustomed to close games as of late. After defeating Lenox on a buzzer beater last Wednesday, it came down... [Read More]
After all the successes the Frontier outdoor track programs have enjoyed under coaches Bob Smith and Walter Flynn, it shouldn't come as a surprise that Redhawks' indoor team... [Read More]
John Bracey, a pioneer in Black studies and founding member of the W.E.B Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies at the University of Massachusetts, died... [Read More]
During a weekend where temperatures plunged below zero, police and social service agencies worked together to ensure shelter was offered to anyone who needed to... [Read More]
When I look at the news, I'm far more likely to see a Black victim of police brutality than to see a Black birder like... [Read More]
Due to its association with the nation's capitol, a Smithsonian exhibit, in some ways, may feel out of place in small-town Montague. In other ways,... [Read More]
Virtual author talk set for ThursdayGREENFIELD — New York Times bestselling author Lana Harper will discuss the third installment of her "The Witches of Thistle... [Read More]
The Planning Board approved modifications to a special permit for a solar array off Bernardston Road, with the company projecting it could be operational by the... [Read More]
As I was leaving my office a few years back I noticed a long line of students snaking across the gym waiting to go into... [Read More]
The weekend's freezing temperatures led to burst pipes across Franklin County, including at businesses and schools. Four Rivers Charter Public School is expected to reopen... [Read More]
The following is the list of event winners from the 101st annual Winter Carnival, held Friday through Sunday. Parade of LightsBest and Brightest: Tanner Ames... [Read More]
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