Some clouds
73°
Some clouds
Hi 82° | Lo 63°
Breaking:

UMass researchers study climate change awareness

AMHERST — Using data from the largest cross-sectional survey of climate change perceptions conducted, researchers writing in Nature Climate Change today report the first global assessment of factors underlying climate change awareness and risk perception. They say results indicate that to be most effective, climate-related messages must be … 0

Low rivers cause water limits for Shelburne Falls residents

SHELBURNE FALLS — Effective immediately the Shelburne Falls Fire District is imposing mandatory restrictions on nonessential outdoor water use between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., due to flow conditions in the North River adjacent to two wells. When the U.S.G.S. stream-flow sensor drops below 44.5 cubic feet per … 0

Neighbors: Visit your local farmers market

Hello neighbor. Farmers markets are going strong throughout the county this summer. I’m not going to mention any in particular, because most of you know where they are, especially if you’ve got one in your town. What I want to talk about today is why you should visit … 0

Bystanders rescue officer from sinkhole

GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Police Department on Monday publicly thanked two Barton Road neighbors who saved an officer from a water-filled sinkhole created when a car struck a fire hydrant. A statement released by the department on social … 0

Recommended for You »

    Sign up to have Recorder headlines delivered to your inbox daily.

    News Video
    • Four-year-olds Allison Raymond and Kiera Nugent show you the clovers that they picked outside the Greenfield YMCA where they attend preschool.  Recorder/Paul Franz

      Four-year-olds Allison Raymond and Kiera Nugent show you the clovers that they picked outside the Greenfield YMCA where they attend preschool. Recorder/Paul Franz Purchase photo reprints »

    • A great blue heron catches its lunch at the shore of Lake Mattawa in Orange Wednesday.
Recorder/David Rainville

      A great blue heron catches its lunch at the shore of Lake Mattawa in Orange Wednesday. Recorder/David Rainville Purchase photo reprints »

    • A farmer tedders hay in his field on Mohawk Trail across from Gould's Sugarhouse in Shelburne Falls in the setting sun Tuesday July 21. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt

      A farmer tedders hay in his field on Mohawk Trail across from Gould's Sugarhouse in Shelburne Falls in the setting sun Tuesday July 21. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt Purchase photo reprints »

    • Mason Meadows, 12, of Greenfield, does a front flip off of a boulder into the Deerfield River at Sunburn  Beach in Shelburne Falls, Monday July 20. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt

      Mason Meadows, 12, of Greenfield, does a front flip off of a boulder into the Deerfield River at Sunburn Beach in Shelburne Falls, Monday July 20. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt Purchase photo reprints »

    • YMCA Preschool students David Muszieke, 5, gets doused by teacher Margaret Sokoski on a hot Monday at the Greenfield YMCA where everyone was happy to get wet. Recorder/Paul Franz

      YMCA Preschool students David Muszieke, 5, gets doused by teacher Margaret Sokoski on a hot Monday at the Greenfield YMCA where everyone was happy to get wet. Recorder/Paul Franz Purchase photo reprints »

    • Beach goers dot the shore of Lake Wyola at the Lake Wyola State Park in Shutesbury Monday July 20. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt

      Beach goers dot the shore of Lake Wyola at the Lake Wyola State Park in Shutesbury Monday July 20. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt Purchase photo reprints »

    • Two canoes make their way down the Connecticut River in near Greenfield on their way to the Sunderland Bridge. 
Recorder/Paul Franz

      Two canoes make their way down the Connecticut River in near Greenfield on their way to the Sunderland Bridge. Recorder/Paul Franz Purchase photo reprints »

    • Chickens ride aboard trolley car number 10 at the Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum as they might have one hundred years ago when the trolley car was in operation, during their annual Trolleyfest Saturday July 18. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt

      Chickens ride aboard trolley car number 10 at the Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum as they might have one hundred years ago when the trolley car was in operation, during their annual Trolleyfest Saturday July 18. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt

    • Dave Schmalenberg and Shawn Woolsey, both of Greenfield, play guitar at the Veterans Mall on Friday. 
(Recorder/Paul Franz)

      Dave Schmalenberg and Shawn Woolsey, both of Greenfield, play guitar at the Veterans Mall on Friday. (Recorder/Paul Franz) Purchase photo reprints »

    • Julian Diamond of Shelburne and Liam Datres De La Blotier of Buckland fish the Deerfield River above Gardners Falls in Buckland on Wednesday.  Recorder/Paul Franz

      Julian Diamond of Shelburne and Liam Datres De La Blotier of Buckland fish the Deerfield River above Gardners Falls in Buckland on Wednesday. Recorder/Paul Franz Purchase photo reprints »

    • A squirrel forages for food on the sidewalk on Old Main Street at Historic Deerfield Tuesday July 14. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt

      A squirrel forages for food on the sidewalk on Old Main Street at Historic Deerfield Tuesday July 14. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt Purchase photo reprints »

    • Noah Lowry enjoys the breeze sitting under his favorite maple tree in Bernardston where he lives on Tuesday. Recorder/Paul Franz

      Noah Lowry enjoys the breeze sitting under his favorite maple tree in Bernardston where he lives on Tuesday. Recorder/Paul Franz Purchase photo reprints »

    Thank you Susan for your articulate and well informed letter. I hope the folks who are in reaction and fear mode will...(full comment)

    Letter: Detox center at Lunt

    RedBar, before you make assumptions about the false promises of jobs that would come about with this pipeline, please do some research...(full comment)

    Rosenberg calls for FERC hearing delay