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About Town

As a mime, she finds a new voice to use in her church work

Sunday, April 19, 2015

NORTHFIELD — As a girl growing up in Pottstown, Pa., Christine Fontaine was “an extraordinarily quiet kid” whose father’s stories, about the sea, about Greek mythology, about how the constellations got their names, helped brighten a childhood darkened by polio. “He loved to tell stories,” recalls Fontaine in the backyard of her Millers Falls Road home, gesturing with her hands … 0

Greenfield house earns builder energy award

Sunday, March 1, 2015

GREENFIELD — It all added up for this former math teacher, given the net sum of skyrocketing energy costs. So he built a net-zero energy saltbox. And it scored big. From the outside, the only thing saying the natural-finish house at 10 Charles St. is out of the ordinary are the tree-beams at … 0

Peace-maker: We must look below the surface

Sunday, January 11, 2015

DEERFIELD — When he was a 15-year-old high school student growing up in Japan, Tatsushi Arai met some of the survivors of the Hiroshima bombing and listened to their stories of living with radiation sickness in the years after the August 1945 attack. Arai was touched, he said, “not only by the tragic … 0