Byline: By ANITA FRITZ

GREENFIELD — Yvonna Stewart was inspired when she took a trip with her class to Washington, D.C. and learned about the atrocities happening in...

Local librarians finally have an answer to a question they asked themselves in early March: “What happens when people in 10 small towns read the...

Rep. Natalie Blais wanted to better understand what children endure to get to and from school each day, so she did what seemed most logical — she...

Sen. Jo Comerford, D-Northampton, presented a bill Tuesday to the Joint Committee on Transportation that could eventually lead to passenger rail...

Busy year ahead for FRCOG

5/14/19

GREENFIELD — With 52 full- and part-time staffers and a $7.1 million budget, Franklin Regional Council of Governments tackled everything from...

Building relationships with books

5/9/19

GREENFIELD — What happens when seniors and students in Greenfield High School’s Life Program read books together?Suzie Hale, transition coordinator...

GREENFIELD — After two years of planning, the city is going to get a labyrinth, where anyone and everyone can walk — and maybe even find some peace...

State Rep. Natalie Blais has secured $650,000 in the 2020 House budget for sexual and domestic violence programs across Massachusetts.“Sexual and...

GREENFIELD — Expanded passenger rail service to and from Greenfield will happen as promised, but possibly not until the end of this summer.“We don...

GREENFIELD — Hope & Olive restaurant’s owners have been named Entrepreneur(s) of the Year.The Franklin County Community Development Corporation...

Rep. Paul Mark said the House recently voted a budget that puts the Community Preservation Act back on the path to adequate and sustainable funding...

First-term state Sen. Jo Comerford, who won a write-in campaign in the 2018 general election, delivered her inaugural speech late last week, just...

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