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SHELBURNE FALLS – The internet is rife with photos of Japanese government officials surrendering to American forces to end World War II hostilities...

The House of Representatives earlier this month passed a bill that Congressman Jim McGovern authored to permanently authorize the Wounded Warrior...

ORANGE — Eight-year-old Mark Perez was playing with his best friend across the street on Aug. 9, 1970, when his brother came over with a message...

Estimates vary on how many died during the infamous Bataan Death March during World War II. But it generally is accepted that nearly 10,000...

GREENFIELD — Shortly before he was deployed to Vietnam to serve his country, Army 1st Lt. Bernard James Lovett Jr. had a nice dinner at the house...

SOUTH DEERFIELD — It’s been a year since Matthew Burns has been to work.But he hasn’t been on vacation. He’s been in mourning.Burns’ 23-year-old...

Montague resident Ferd Wulkan doesn’t recall precisely where he was 50 years ago when he learned of the Kent State massacre, but he remembers the...

Longtime Orange resident Ann Reed says her father’s compassion and healing humor were legendary.She remembers sick and injured people dragging...

CONWAY — Margaret “Peggy” Fitzpatrick’s life was shattered in 1944 when she received a Western Union telegram stating her husband, U.S. Marine...

SOUTH DEERFIELD — To see him looking at his phone while sitting toward the back of Leo’s Table in South Deerfield, Matthew Burns doesn’t...

GILL — It was a sunny morning in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941. But shortly before 8 a.m., the skies darkened with hundreds of Japanese...

On a stretch of frozen ground in South Dakota in late December 1890, as many as 300 Lakota Indians, predominantly women and children, were gunned...

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