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Eyeing offices or residential development, Montague Selectboard accepts lot next to Farren
01-11-2023 11:52 AM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

MONTAGUE — The Selectboard, eyeing future development as demolition of the adjacent Farren Care Center looms, accepted the property and office building at 356 Montague City Road during Monday’s Selectboard meeting.Trinity Health of New England, the...


Mohawk Trail alpine ski team looks to repeat success on mountain this winter
01-10-2023 4:53 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

A year ago, the Mohawk Trail girls alpine ski team dominated the mountains. They’ll be looking to do the same when the season kicks off on Thursday. The girls team took home the PVIAC North division title and placed first at the PVIAC Championship...


Judge allows abutter to conduct wetlands review in Deerfield park project
01-09-2023 9:53 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — A Franklin County Superior Court judge has ruled that a resident appealing the town’s North Main Street park project can conduct an independent review of the property’s wetlands, as an appeal of the project continues.In a decision...


Mohawk Trail cancels remainder of boys basketball season due to low numbers
01-09-2023 5:10 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

The Mohawk Trail varsity boys basketball season won’t continue.Following a pair of injuries, the already shorthanded Warriors — which had been playing this season with just six players — don’t have a roster large enough to field a team, leading the...


After 35 years, Orange Town Moderator Christopher Woodcock bids adieu 
01-09-2023 12:03 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — When annual Town Meeting convenes in June it will mark the first time in 35 years Christopher Woodcock hasn’t called the session to order.The lifelong Orange resident has opted not to run for another term as the town’s moderator, ending a...


Tracking air quality: State expands Valley monitoring program to 10 more communities in region
01-09-2023 10:15 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

NORTHAMPTON — Smoke drifting into New England from wildfires in the western United States last summer, tracked by sensors in Holyoke, Greenfield and other area communities, gave residents real-time information about its causing poor air quality.The...


State foster parents get bill of rights: New law expands training, resources for parents
01-08-2023 11:27 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

NORTHAMPTON — A new state law that was approved last week will expand and codify rights for foster parents, and better protect a child’s welfare, according to a state advocacy group.The Children’s League of Massachusetts said the Foster Parents Bill...


Of regicides and kings: A bestselling British novelist examines a chapter of Valley history
01-06-2023 6:10 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Robert Harris is the author of a slew of bestselling thrillers and historical novels, covering ancient Rome, World War II, contemporary politics and more. According to one count, he’s sold over 10 million copies of his books, a number of which have...


Healing together: Therapeutic riding program in Bernardston to hold fundraisers for new horse Foxy
01-06-2023 6:04 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

BERNARDSTON — Being led around Stony B Acres’ riding arena, Foxy walks with a slight but noticeable limp.A former show horse for an equestrian team at the University of Findlay in Ohio, the chestnut mare in her teenage years had her competition career...


With 9 deaths in 2 weeks, COVID-19 transmission risk remains ‘high’ in area communities
01-06-2023 4:04 PM

By MARY BYRNE

Editor’s note: The Greenfield Recorder has been providing regular updates on the risk level of COVID-19 transmission as wastewater testing results are received.With the volume of virus in wastewater at its highest since tracking began last spring, the...


Dan Guin voted Greenfield City Council president, Christine Forgey vice president
01-06-2023 2:46 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — After serving as vice president for the past year, Precinct 2 Councilor Dan Guin will assume the role of City Council president for 2023, a position most recently held by Precinct 6 Councilor Sheila Gilmour.“I look forward to the...


Community meets three Charlemont Selectboard candidates
01-05-2023 6:48 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

CHARLEMONT — The three candidates vying for two Selectboard seats made their appeals to the public on Wednesday evening in a lightly attended meet-and-greet at Hawlemont Regional School.Robert Handsaker and William Harker are competing for the...


Spreading his wings: Former WRSI radio host Monte Belmonte heads to New England Public Media
01-05-2023 12:50 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

SPRINGFIELD — Last month, when he stepped down from WRSI 93.9 The River after nearly 17 years of hosting a morning show at the station, Christopher “Monte” Belmonte said he was not stepping away from radio. But the popular radio personality wasn’t...


Sullivan sworn in for fourth term as district attorney
01-04-2023 5:00 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — In the old courtroom at the Hampshire County Superior Court, Northwestern District Attorney David Sullivan took the oath of office Wednesday for the fourth time after being reelected to the position.As in the previous two elections for...


Award-winning soil study strengthens Deerfield’s climate resiliency efforts
01-04-2023 4:27 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

DEERFIELD — Just a few years after Deerfield became the first community in the state to be approved for the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Program (MVP), the town is again at the front lines of climate resiliency with an award-winning soil...


Fire officials: Colrain house blaze started in a nearby trash barrel
01-04-2023 9:43 AM

By CHRIS LARABEE

COLRAIN — The state Department of Fire Services has determined a Colrain fire that badly damaged a single-family home last week started in a trash barrel, but has yet to determine a specific cause.“They’re gauging between a couple of things,” said...


Tyson Dyck tallies twice as No. 15 UMass hockey blanks Brown, 3-0
01-03-2023 10:55 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

AMHERST – Tyson Dyck pointed across the ice at Cal Kiefiuk. The UMass hockey freshman was credited with the opening goal on the score sheet in Tuesday’s 3-0 win over Brown at the Mullins Center, but he recognized the puck wouldn’t have left his stick...


Greenfield City Council votes down French King Highway rezoning proposal
01-03-2023 5:33 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — The proposed expansion of the industrial development zone near Route 2 — a zoning change that appeared to be a shoo-in at the start of the process — was ultimately voted down Wednesday night following a lengthy discussion among city...


Blaze destroys studio apartment in Heath
12-21-2022 5:53 PM

By PAUL FRANZ

HEATH — Deirdre Gleason was driving home to 161 Colrain Stage Road with her boyfriend and two young children when she noticed a column of smoke.“Oh my God, what’s going on?” she exclaimed.Her home was not on fire, but the adjacent standalone studio...


Greenfield, police chief appeal racial bias verdict
12-21-2022 5:52 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — The city and Police Chief Robert Haigh Jr. have officially filed their appeal of the May 6 jury verdict in Hampshire County Superior Court that found the chief and the Greenfield Police Department racially discriminated against former...

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