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Byline: By ANITA FRITZ

GREENFIELD — The Literacy Project had the highest number of high-school equivalency graduates of any Adult Basic Education program in Massachusetts...

The state is once again temporarily suspending its Health Incentives Program, leaving SNAP recipients and some local farmers in Franklin County and...

GREENFIELD — Wilson’s Department Store will close its doors for good at the end of the day Friday.Kevin O’Neil, president of the 137-year-old...

GREENFIELD — While The Hive on Main Street isn’t expected to launch as a makerspace until spring of 2021, it will host a variety of “pop-up...

GREENFIELD — Three Greenfield Community College students are semifinalists for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Transfer Scholarship, and if one wins...

GREENFIELD — The YMCA’s Leader Club has found a new home away from home on Greenfield Community College’s main campus.GCC Associate Dean of...

Five Franklin County towns have received a combined total of more than $110,000 in Community Compact Information Technology grants for new...

The Shelburne and Buckland cable advisory committees have formed a joint committee to negotiate a new agreement with Comcast/Xfinity, and are...

CHARLEMONT — Hawlemont Regional School District, like Mohawk Trail did more than a week ago, has agreed to part ways with Superintendent Michael...

GREENFIELD — Baystate Franklin Medical Center President Ron Bryant says people shouldn’t take their local hospital for granted, because it makes...

Good morning, neighbor! We’re celebrating the 100th anniversary of the amendment that guarantees and protects a woman’s constitutional right to...

GREENFIELD — The owner of Poet’s Seat Health Care Center on High Street says he has closed the center’s doors to all visitors indefinitely to...

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