Deerfield

The former location of the New England Candle Company on Greenfield Road in South Deerfield, which is being renovated by Dave Satkowski, owner of New England Meeting House Design., to become his business’ new showroom.
 Recorder/Matt Burkhartt

New Deerfield showroom for N.E. Meeting House Design

Monday, July 6, 2015

DEERFIELD — A Deerfield business that specializes in interior remodelling has found itself practicing what it preaches over the last two weeks: Deerfield-based New England Meeting House Design is moving to a new showroom on Routes 5 and 10. The company, which recently changed its name from Deerfield Cabinets, is moving to 222 Greenfield Road after four years at its … 0

Neighbors: Greenfield fireworks the best in years

Monday, July 6, 2015

Hello neighbor. I’m sure those of you who attended the fireworks in Greenfield on Sunday night woke up Monday morning still in awe. They were magnificent — the best I’ve seen in many years. I sat on Lunt field and watched — a little away from the more-crowded Beacon Field and the field … 0

Civil War troops mark holiday

Sunday, July 5, 2015

DEERFIELD — The pungent, sour smell of gunpowder filled the air Saturday during a nine-point salute demonstration on how to load and fire an 1861 musket. Re-enactors from the Stone Soul Peter Brace Brigade and Massachusetts 54th Colored Troops of Springfield celebrated Independence Day by honoring black folks who fought for the Union … 0

Neighbors: Green River Festival around the corner

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Hello neighbor. It’s that time again — the countdown is just seven days. The Green River Festival will be held July 10, 11 and 12 at Greenfield Community College, and there are a limited number of tickets left, … 0

PVMA hosts 4th of July events in Old Deerfield

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

OLD DEERFIELD — The Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association is welcoming back re-enactors from the Stone Soul Peter Brace Brigade and Mass. 54th Colored Troops of Springfield, who will encamp again on the lawns of Memorial Hall Museum on … 0

Daylily, Sugarloaf Hair Studio hope to raise enough to rewire South Deerfield town common

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Deerfield’s town common is a familiar scene for Jane Wrisley, the owner of The Daylily on Sugarloaf Street. It’s the first thing she and her customers see when they look out the store’s front window, and each year she looks forward to seeing the group … 0

Letter: I take offense

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

I read your editorial page all the time and the cartoons don’t make any sense and they are as liberal and anti-Republican as you can get. The one you showed June 22 was very offensive to me because I’m a Republican. What does air bags got to do … 0

Former DA student files sexual abuse lawsuit: Says then-coaches delivered him to English teacher who sexually abused him on 1980s athletic trips

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

HARTFORD, Conn. — A former student at a Massachusetts preparatory school has filed a federal lawsuit alleging he was sexually abused by a faculty member while on athletic trips to Connecticut in the 1980s. The former Deerfield Academy student names the school and its former golf and squash … 0

Neighbors: Be kind

Monday, June 29, 2015

Hello neighbor. About once a year I feel compelled to remind myself and others to be good neighbors. I don’t necessarily mean “neighbor” in the literal sense. What I mean is that we all should be kind to everyone. Those who aren’t can never truly be happy themselves. … 0

Standing the test of time: PVMA Executive Director Timothy Neumann marks 40 years at post

Sunday, June 28, 2015

DEERFIELD — When Timothy Neumann was hired as the executive director of Deerfield’s Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association in June of 1975, he was told by Russ Miller, the organization’s president at the time, not to count on it … 0

Neighbors: Adopt an adult cat for $5 this weekend

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Hello neighbor. It’s that time again, folks! Dakin Humane Society is offering its $5 cat adoption for select adult cats on Saturday and Sunday. This weekend only, you can adopt an adult cat for only $5 at both the Springfield and Leverett adoption centers from 12:30 to 5:30 … 0

Historic Deerfield buys 1803 clock

Thursday, June 25, 2015

DEERFIELD — History is often represented by points in time and Historic Deerfield will now have a slightly easier time keeping track of its relentless march with the acquisition of a 1803 tall case clock built by 19th-century … 0

Permit or no, River Portage opens Saturday

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

DEERFIELD — Deerfield River Portage will open for another season of river tubing Saturday, despite the town’s refusal to issue a special permit in April for the company’s use of a public parking area near Stillwater Bridge as … 0