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High schools: Seventh-inning rally helps Turners Falls softball edge Frontier 6-3 (PHOTOS)
04-26-2024 8:17 PM

By JEFF LAJOIE

The middle portion of a huge three-day stretch for the Turners Falls softball team saw the Thunder save their best for last on Friday.Trailing 3-1 entering the top of the seventh inning against Frontier, Janelle Massey clubbed a game-tying two-run...


Proof that it’s never too late: Solo exhibit and free workshops honor the late Frederick Gao, a Belchertown resident who became a painter in his last five years
04-26-2024 12:18 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

For the months of May and June, the Sunderland Public Library’s Lane Family Reading Room Gallery will turn into a fount of inspiration, as the library honors the work of a late-blooming artist.Through “Awing & Honoring Frederick Gao,” the library will...


Time to celebrate kids and books: Mass Kids Lit Fest offers a wealth of programs in Valley during Children’s Book Week
04-26-2024 12:14 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Just in time to coincide with Children’s Book Week, a national event established in 1905, the Massachusetts Center for the Book (MCB) has created a children’s literary showcase right here in the Valley.The Mass Kids Lit Fest, a new book festival...


Police report details grisly crime scene in Greenfield
04-25-2024 4:49 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

SUNDERLAND — Police located a cabin in the woods around Clark Mountain Road Thursday afternoon that was occupied by Taaniel Herberger-Brown, the suspect accused of murdering a man at 92 Chapman St. in Greenfield and storing his body in a barrel for an...


Goddard finds ‘best location’ in Shelburne Falls with new Watermark Gallery space
04-25-2024 4:36 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

SHELBURNE FALLS — The 20 Bridge St. space that formerly housed Molly Cantor’s pottery now displays Watermark Gallery’s eclectic collection of modern art pieces.Local artist Laurie Goddard opened Watermark Gallery last month as her seventh location in...


Federal probe targets UMass response to anti-Arab incidents
04-25-2024 3:24 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

AMHERST — Federal civil rights officials are investigating the University of Massachusetts for allegedly dragging its feet over complaints of anti-Arab and anti-Palestinian harassment on campus amid the Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza.An official...


New Salem event will turn gun parts into gardening tools, jewelry
04-25-2024 12:38 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

NEW SALEM — A Connecticut nonprofit will send representatives to town on Saturday to demonstrate how something that is often associated with tragedy can be converted into an instrument furthering new growth.Swords to Plowshares Northeast members will...


Baseball: Wyatt Edes’ walk-off single lifts Frontier past Amherst 6-5
04-24-2024 8:15 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

SOUTH DEERFIELD — After stranding a pair of runners in scoring position in a tie game in the sixth inning, the Frontier baseball team made sure to capitalize when runners reached in the seventh on Wednesday against Amherst. Tied 5-5 in the bottom of...


Greenfield man arrested in New York on murder charge
04-23-2024 3:52 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — Law enforcement in Albany, New York, arrested a Greenfield man on a murder charge Tuesday after police found the body of an unidentified man inside an apartment on lower Chapman Street on Monday night.Taaniel Herberger-Brown, 42, a former...


Baseball: Athol outlasts Franklin Tech in nine-inning thriller (PHOTOS)
04-22-2024 8:38 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

TURNERS FALLS — Tied 4-4 after seven innings, extra frames were needed to decide a winner between the Franklin Tech and Athol baseball teams on Monday. Both teams stranded a runner on third base in the eighth, but it was the Bears that broke through...


Greenfield’s Court Square to remain open year-round for first time since 2021
04-22-2024 5:38 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — For the first time since 2021, Court Square will stay open to motorists year-round, closing only for special events that require pedestrian access.The city began seasonally closing Court Square to vehicles in 2021 when it adopted a pilot...


GMLB, Newt Guilbault gets seasons underway Sunday (PHOTOS)
04-21-2024 8:01 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Greenfield Minor League Baseball and Newt Guilbault Community Baseball League held their opening days on Sunday, each getting their seasons underway with a parade followed by the first day of games. In a GMLB Majors contest, Maniatty Real Estate’s...


Greenfield Girls Softball League opens its 2024 season (PHOTOS)
04-21-2024 11:16 AM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Girls Softball League kicked off its season on Saturday at Murphy Park, with Franklin First Credit Union squaring off against Freedom Credit Union in Junior Division action. Behind a trio of hits and three strikeouts in the...


Softball: Franklin Tech’s Hannah Gilbert holds Hopkins to two hits, leads Eagles to 7-1 victory (PHOTOS)
04-19-2024 7:42 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

TURNERS FALLS — After giving up a run in the first inning, Franklin Tech pitcher Hannah Gilbert locked in for the final six frames on Friday against Hopkins Academy. The junior gave up one hit and one walk in the first and one hit in the third, but...


Hitting the ceramic circuit: Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail turns 20 years old, April 27-28
04-19-2024 11:32 AM

By STEVE PFARRER

A lot can change in 20 years: Presidents and other politicians come and go, new cultural fads and technologies emerge, clothing styles morph, and music and movies take on different dimensions.In these parts, one tradition hasn’t changed. Since 2005,...


Painting a more complete picture: ‘Unnamed Figures’ highlights Black presence and absence in early American history
04-19-2024 10:53 AM

By CHRIS LARABEE

In partnership with the American Folk Art Museum, Historic Deerfield is presenting an exhibition on the unexplored histories of Black people in early America.“Unnamed Figures: Black Presence and Absence in the Early American North” explores Black...


Baseball: Frontier handles Greenfield 12-2 in five-inning victory (PHOTOS)
04-18-2024 6:55 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

GREENFIELD — All three games between the Greenfield and Frontier baseball teams last spring were decided by one run. The Redhawks made sure to leave no doubt when the two squads met Thursday at Vets Field. Frontier jumped out to a 3-1 lead after two...


Softball: Hannah Gilbert allows two hits as Franklin Tech knocks off Blackstone Valley, 7-3 (PHOTOS)
04-16-2024 8:11 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

TURNERS FALLS — It was a unique early season challenge the Franklin Tech softball team faced on Tuesday. The Eagles hosted Blackstone Valley Tech — an unfamiliar Central Mass. team which made it to the MIAA Div. 4 Round of 16 last year and bumped up...


Cleary Jewelers plans to retain shop at former Wilson’s building until 2029
04-16-2024 6:17 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — More than a year after she was told her business would need to vacate its storefront in the former Wilson’s Department Store, Cleary Jewelers owner Kerry Semaski said she plans to keep her shop at its current location until July 2029...


UMass basketball: Matt Cross reportedly enters transfer portal
04-16-2024 5:44 PM

By GARRETT COTE

AMHERST — The vicious one-two frontcourt punch that helped the UMass men’s basketball team to its best season in a decade is now gone.Forward Matt Cross has entered the transfer portal, according to multiple reports early Tuesday afternoon. Cross...

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