Byline: By DIANE BRONCACCIO

Looking ahead to 2019

12/28/18

SHELBURNE FALLS — The mostly dormant Lamson & Goodnow factory buildings are coming back to life in 2019, with at least 40 new local...

Charlemont says ‘no’ to Comcast

12/7/18

CHARLEMONT — Special town meeting voters turned out in full force Thursday night and ultimately defeated a proposal from Comcast Cable Co. for...

BUCKLAND — Mohawk Trail Regional School officials went back to school for a weekend to “rethink school” and consider re-designing graduation...

Alta Clark is Buckland’s oldest citizen

11/30/18

BUCKLAND — Lifelong resident Alta Clark is the town’s oldest citizen, and she will receive the town’s Boston Post Silver Cane Award. At 98, Clark...

11/30/18

BUCKLAND – The Pothole Pixies ruled the 13th annual Community Spelling Bee this week, winning their championship bout with the proper spelling of...

West County towns consider regional dog officer

11/29/18

SHELBURNE — Keeping an animal control officer has been hard for small towns with large stretches of land, stray animals and part-time dog officer...

Breathing new life into old art forms has proven to be a rich vein of exploration for Amy “BannerQueen” Johnquest, whose latest exhibit, “One Size...

About town and around the world with Bo Warren

11/28/18

SHELBURNE — World traveler Robert “Bo” Warren has only four countries left to visit before he can say he’s been to every nation on the map.In...

Buckland sets up retail pot policies

11/26/18

BUCKLAND — The Selectboard has agreed on a “Marijuana Host Agreement Application Policy” that spells out what marijuana business applicants must do...

SHELBURNE — A town master plan, written more than 20 years ago, said the village needed more affordable housing in order to thrive. And today, the...

Heath to vote on marijuana regs

11/23/18

HEATH — Residents will vote on zoning regulations for recreational marijuana cultivation, processing and retail sales at a special town meeting on...

Book a visit to Smith College on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, when the region’s used and antiquarian booksellers, fine letterpress printers, book binders...

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