Greenfield

The former car dealership on Shelburne Road in Greenfield will soon be a John Deere dealership. Recorder/Paul Franz

John Deere dealer coming to Greenfield

Thursday, October 23, 2014

GREENFIELD — John Deere dealer Padula Brothers Inc. of Lancaster and Raynham will soon be opening a third store on Shelburne Road on the former Country Hyundai property. Caroline Mansfield, spokeswoman for Padula, said her husband, Bryan, started working for the family-owned company in 1984 and purchased it with her in 2004. “We’re not only moving to Greenfield, but celebrating … 0

Greenfield Y plans Saturday open house for women

Thursday, October 23, 2014

GREENFIELD — On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the YMCA will be holding an open house for women. Then, from 6 to 8 p.m., there will be an early family Halloween party. During the open house the Y will debut its newly renovated women’s gold locker room as well as programs and services appealing to women. The Y’s yoga instructors, massage … 0

Neighbors: Local 2015 calendars offer variety

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Hello, neighbor. It’s that time of year — 2015 calendars are here and it’s time for you to decide what you’d like hanging on your wall for 12 months. If you are interested in local history, trains or both, then the Historic Railroad Scenes of Franklin County calendar is for you. Local historians … 0

Rays of Hope Walk for a cure for breast cancer steps off Sunday in Greenfield

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

GREENFIELD — On Sunday, hundreds of people will walk toward a cure for breast cancer as part of the sixth annual Rays of Hope Walk. The annual walk steps off at the Energy Park at Miles Street at 12:30 p.m. amid pink balloons and music to raise money … 0

Community Meals food collections set for Saturday

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

GREENFIELD — In an effort to fill their pantry shelves before temperatures drop and the number of hungry residents increases, the Franklin County Community Meals Program will collect nonperishable food at three local grocery stores on Saturday. The three collection sites are Foster’s Supermarket, at Stop & Shop … 0

Time to dispose of dead leaves in Greenfield

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

GREENFIELD — It’s time again to dispose of all of the dead leaves in your yard and the town has several options. It is a violation of a town ordinance to rake or blow leaves onto the tree … 0

Parking permit cost increases for premium Greenfield lots

Monday, October 13, 2014

GREENFIELD — An increase in the cost of annual parking permits for spaces in the town’s four “premium” lots, continued beautification of Greenfield’s downtown area and an increase in the maximum time people can park on the east … 0

Hungry for the taste of victory

Sunday, October 12, 2014

GREENFIELD — Slicing the last bit of fat off of a huge beef brisket, Tim Simnett of Attleboro carefully dipped the needle of an injection gun and a brown mix of spices, phosphorous and meat juice, lifting the … 0

Letter: Save the world

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Global warming is getting really bad and I thought a way of making people aware could be sending a letter to our local newspaper. I don’t feel people understand how bad global warming is getting. Global warming has gotten to a point where, if temperatures go up 2 … 1

Letter: Dog poop problem

Sunday, October 12, 2014

In response to the letter on Oct. 5, “Dog Lovers”: We agree that there is a problem with people not picking up after their dogs. We are dog owners and for the three years that we have had our dog, we have been walking him along the field … 0

Greenfield holiday trash collection schedule

Sunday, October 12, 2014

GREENFIELD — Due to the Columbus Day holiday on Monday, the following will be the rubbish and recycling schedule: Monday’s collection will be on Tuesday. Tuesday’s collection will be on Wednesday. Wednesday’s collection will be on Thursday. Thursday’s and Friday’s collection will be on Friday. Have your rubbish … 0

Keeping watch: Security cameras aim to deter vandals from damaging Greenfield-owned property downtown

Friday, October 10, 2014

GREENFIELD — More than a dozen surveillance cameras now keep a quiet watch over town property downtown. “We wanted to hook up a triangle of cameras from the bottom of Bank Row to Town Hall to Energy Park,” … 2

Between GCC classes, child care, Warm the Children bridges the gap

Friday, October 10, 2014

GREENFIELD — Being a young, single mother is difficult enough without having to juggle schoolwork and child care while being unemployed, but for Bianca Huerta that scenario is a reality. In September, however, Huerta was able to get … 0