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New NMH hoops coach Michael Shelton hitting the ground running
09-14-2022 8:46 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Michael Shelton is prepared for the next challenge in his coaching career. Shelton — who spent the last three years as the head boys basketball coach at Governor’s Academy in Newbury — was hired in May for the same position at Northfield Mount Hermon...


Hamel found guilty of Athol murder, sentenced to life in prison
09-07-2022 9:43 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — An Athol man was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole on Wednesday, roughly an hour after 12 deliberating jurors found him guilty of killing 26-year-old Kelsey Clifford in 2019.Keith D. Hamel, 25, was convicted of...


Trio unveils engine mural on Bank Row in Greenfield
09-02-2022 10:49 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Noticing a roughly 11-by-12-foot mural depicting engine components on the side of the Manna House building late Tuesday morning, Rachel Stoler approached three people standing near it in a Bank Row alleyway and asked one if he was the...


Former close friend testifies in Hamel trial
08-29-2022 8:39 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The boyfriend of the 26-year-old Leominster woman who was beaten to death in November 2019 took the witness stand Monday morning in the trial of the Athol man who is accused of her murder.Kevin McGann spent a couple of hours in Franklin...


Minor injuries result from horse pulling accident at 104th Heath Fair
08-21-2022 1:20 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

HEATH — The weekend’s 104th Heath Fair had all the traditional activities one would expect: pulling events of all kinds, square dancing and fried dough. But although the three-day fair attracted many visitors to the grounds, it did not go off without...


American Knight Transportation closes office after license denied
07-28-2022 2:29 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — After losing its approval from the Greenfield Board of License Commissioners, American Knight Transportation has moved out of 357 Main St.The city’s Board of License Commissioners declined to renew Richard Haste’s business license at the...


Loved ones start GoFundMe for Turners Falls man killed in jack stand accident
07-24-2022 8:14 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

TURNERS FALLS — The family of Turners Falls resident Dylan Lapointe is collecting donations in the wake of his death, which resulted from a car that collapsed onto him due to the failure of a jack stand Tuesday morning.According to his mother, Debi...


El Nopalito brings three continents of food together in Montague
07-21-2022 8:18 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

MONTAGUE — Although Roberto’s Pizzeria no longer exists as a beloved Montague staple, 196 Turners Falls Road is keeping the pies coming, along with much more.Fresh off years of working in Hampshire County restaurants, Jesus Ayala and son-in-law Leni...


Alleged Energy Park shooter held without bail
07-19-2022 8:07 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — A 19-year-old accused of a shooting in Energy Park last Thursday is being held without the right to bail following a dangerousness hearing in Greenfield District Court on Tuesday morning.Gabe Adams appeared Tuesday before Judge John...


Officials say Greenfield likely to keep historic library building
07-14-2022 8:36 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — Faced with a lack of interested buyers, city officials say the city is likely to retain the historic Leavitt-Hovey House, where the Greenfield Public Library is currently housed.“We have tried to get an enthusiastic, willing buyer and...


North Quabbin family starting cannabis cultivation business, first-of-its-kind incubator program
07-06-2022 4:31 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — Four family members have started a cannabis cultivation enterprise and plan to introduce a first-of-its-kind incubator program providing free online learning and in-person technical training to aspiring cultivators in the Pioneer...


Franklin County, North Quabbin officials mulling best uses for opioid settlement money
06-23-2022 5:04 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

The Franklin Regional Council of Governments is in the early stages of planning regional programs that could be funded using the roughly $2.16 million Franklin County municipalities are set to receive from 2022 through 2038 as part of a $26 billion...


Retiring chief reflects on 34 years with New Salem PD
06-22-2022 4:17 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

NEW SALEM — When Joseph P. Camden joined the force in 1988, his police cruiser was a station wagon affixed with a blue light that would easily drain the vehicle’s battery. In the past 34 years, cruisers have gone through a striking metamorphosis.“We...


Reports: Greenfield District Court issues protective order against Hollywood actor Ezra Miller
06-21-2022 9:15 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Greenfield District Court last week granted a local mother a temporary harassment prevention order on behalf of her 12-year-old child against Hollywood actor Ezra Miller, according to published news reports.Details are scarce because of...


Movie shines spotlight on Michigan couple who won big in Sunderland, South Deerfield
06-21-2022 9:13 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SUNDERLAND — A huge grin spreads across Paul Mardas’ face as he recounts the story of when he and a Michigan couple took home stacks of money over the course of half a decade through the Massachusetts Lottery.By 2011, Mardas and his store, Billy’s...


Three arrested following gunshots at Leyden Woods in Greenfield
06-11-2022 11:50 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

GREENFIELD — An incident where multiple gunshots were fired at Leyden Woods not long after midnight on Friday morning resulted in a minor injury and three arrests.Additionally, in an unrelated incident on Saturday, a Greenfield man was arrested on...


SUV collides with at least 5 motorcycles in Northfield; 7 injured, 1 in custody
05-30-2022 1:04 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

NORTHFIELD — Seven people were taken to area hospitals after an SUV collided with at least five motorcycles Sunday afternoon near the intersection of Route 63 and Route 10 past the boat ramp and Thomas Aquinas College.According to Gill Deputy Fire...


Hairdresser branches out with own Greenfield salon
05-12-2022 6:24 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Hairdresser Marge Fisher has gone from renting a booth to renting an entire hair salon.The Greenfield resident opened Ufora Salon at 30 Chapman St. on March 15 and brought with her all the customers she had accumulated while working out...


Shared mental health clinician begins service in Erving, neighboring towns
05-09-2022 4:50 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

ERVING — Clinician Leeanne Hadsel began her duty serving alongside local police departments last week, marking what she called a “cultural” next step forward in providing mental health services to those in crisis.Motivated by a regional history of...


Orange man accused of lying about shooting has new lawyer
04-20-2022 4:21 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The man who allegedly lied to police about his girlfriend being shot during an Orange home invasion has a new lawyer.Conan J. Gentile, 50, will now be represented by Jonah Goldsmith, who was covered in Franklin County Superior Court on...

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