Mass. State Lottery winning tickets sold in Greenfield, Whately unclaimed and set to expire

Somewhere, maybe forgotten in the inside pocket of a rarely-worn suit coat or stuck between the pages of an old magazine, is a lot of money. Two significant lottery prizes from tickets sold in Franklin County remain unclaimed, with one set to expire next week and the other … 0

De-tech-tive work pays off after robberies

DEERFIELD — A fast food bag, a change machine and the innovative use of GPS technology has helped the Deerfield Police Department catch a man they allege broke into a Pine Nook Road home on July 30 and stole several expensive items. Tyrone G. Ulmer, 43, of Belchertown, … 0

Brewfest set for Sept. 6 in New Salem

NEW SALEM — The New Salem General Store and sponsors once again present a tasting of 30-plus brands, offering a wide variety of styles of craft beers, wines, cider, and spirits. Many of these offerings are made by micro and craft brewers and winemakers in the Pioneer Valley … 0

Reunion planned for Mohawk classes of 1968-79

MOHAWK — Alumni of the first 12 graduating classes of Mohawk Trail Regional High School (1968-1979) will gather for a class reunion on Aug. 31, at the Charlemont Fairgrounds, just off of Route 8A, Charlemont. Gates open at noon, and events begin at 1 o’clock. Invited are Mohawk … 0

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  • Pan Am employees install new gated rail road crossing gates at the newly configured crossing on Elm St in South Deerfield.  Recorder/Paul Franz

    Pan Am employees install new gated rail road crossing gates at the newly configured crossing on Elm St in South Deerfield. Recorder/Paul Franz Purchase photo reprints »

  • After a few days of football practice at local schools this week, the rest of the fall athletics teams were in action Thursday, such as the Frontier Regional field hockey team, which took to the field in South Deerfield in preparation for the 2014 Northern Division season.
Recorder/Paul Franz

    After a few days of football practice at local schools this week, the rest of the fall athletics teams were in action Thursday, such as the Frontier Regional field hockey team, which took to the field in South Deerfield in preparation for the 2014 Northern Division season. Recorder/Paul Franz Purchase photo reprints »

  • Lilypads peak through the grass growing in Wheeler Pond in Orange on Saturday.
Recorder/Micky Bedell

    Lilypads peak through the grass growing in Wheeler Pond in Orange on Saturday. Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

  • Sydney, a three-month-old miniature mediterranean donkey foal, stands by her mother Sabrina at the Potter Meadow Farm in Greenfield on Monday. Recorder/Micky Bedell

    Sydney, a three-month-old miniature mediterranean donkey foal, stands by her mother Sabrina at the Potter Meadow Farm in Greenfield on Monday. Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

  • Wendell residents march around the town common on Saturday during the town's Old Home Day celebration.
Recorder/Micky Bedell

    Wendell residents march around the town common on Saturday during the town's Old Home Day celebration. Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

  • Montague residents gathered on the village common Saturday for the 55th annual Old Home Days. Recorder/Micky Bedell

    Montague residents gathered on the village common Saturday for the 55th annual Old Home Days. Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

  • Julie Stepanek swings Hayden Rose Petal McNally of Wendell around the Leverett Library on Wednesday following morning story hour.
Recorder/Micky Bedell

    Julie Stepanek swings Hayden Rose Petal McNally of Wendell around the Leverett Library on Wednesday following morning story hour. Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

  • Marcia Schuhle of Greenfield shows Norah O'Neil, 3, also of Greenfield, how to spin Romney wool fibres into yarn at one of the "activity zones" during Free Fun Friday at Historic Deerfield. Norah's mom Lindsay O'Neil and her little brother Reed watch.
Recorder/Micky Bedell

    Marcia Schuhle of Greenfield shows Norah O'Neil, 3, also of Greenfield, how to spin Romney wool fibres into yarn at one of the "activity zones" during Free Fun Friday at Historic Deerfield. Norah's mom Lindsay O'Neil and her little brother Reed watch. Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

  • Harper Dion, 4, jumps into the waiting arms of mother Ashley at the Conway Community Swimming Pool.
(Recorder/Micky Bedell)

    Harper Dion, 4, jumps into the waiting arms of mother Ashley at the Conway Community Swimming Pool. (Recorder/Micky Bedell) Purchase photo reprints »

  • A zipliner glides through Berkshire East's base tour on Monday in Charlemont.
Recorder/Micky Bedell

    A zipliner glides through Berkshire East's base tour on Monday in Charlemont. Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

  • Sedona, a 1-year-old miniature horse, nibbles a "bit of green" from the hands of Craig Memorial Equestrian Center owner Roberta Bryant in Leverett. The center offers lessons in English, Western, competitive trail riding, natural horsemanship and barrel racing, as well as trail rides for the public. "People keep asking me when I'm going to retire," Bryant said. "But why should I? I'm doing what I love."
(Recorder/Micky Bedell)

    Sedona, a 1-year-old miniature horse, nibbles a "bit of green" from the hands of Craig Memorial Equestrian Center owner Roberta Bryant in Leverett. The center offers lessons in English, Western, competitive trail riding, natural horsemanship and barrel racing, as well as trail rides for the public. "People keep asking me when I'm going to retire," Bryant said. "But why should I? I'm doing what I love." (Recorder/Micky Bedell) Purchase photo reprints »

  • A group fly fishes from a raft on the Deerfield River on Monday.
(Recorder/Micky Bedell)

    A group fly fishes from a raft on the Deerfield River on Monday. (Recorder/Micky Bedell) Purchase photo reprints »