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Greenfield mother charged with battery of baby
11-17-2021 3:57 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — A Greenfield woman is being held on $5,000 bail after allegedly abusing her baby to the point of causing injuries that include a skull fracture, bite marks, a jaw fracture and a brain bleed.Alexis C. McClure, 24, of School Street, pleaded...


Finding joy in art: New exhibit at Augusta Savage Gallery celebrates the Black community
11-10-2021 7:04 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Like millions upon millions of people across the world, Eesha Suntai was horrified by the murder in May 2020 of George Floyd, who died after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes...


Turners Falls murderer dies in prison
11-02-2021 8:18 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

SHIRLEY — Gregory Martino, the former Greenfield man sentenced to life imprisonment for what turned out to be the first of four unrelated domestic violence killings in Montague over a 20-month period in the late 1980s, died of cardiac arrest on July...


Former Buckland chief pleads not guilty to new sexual assault charges
10-29-2021 7:06 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The former Buckland police chief facing a sexual assault charge in Northampton District Court pleaded not guilty in Greenfield District Court on Friday to three additional counts of the same charge, indecent assault and battery on a...


Former Athol man pleads not guilty to sexual assault charges in Superior Court
10-27-2021 7:41 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — A Springfield man formerly of Athol was arraigned in Franklin County Superior Court on Wednesday on more than two dozen charges related to the alleged sexual assault of two children.Jose Oquendo, 49, pleaded not guilty to seven counts...


Greenfield man shares harrowing tale of beaver attack
09-21-2021 7:29 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — A local man will soon find his story in a wilderness and environmental medical journal after surviving a gruesome attack from a presumably rabid beaver while swimming in a remote Franklin County pond two weeks ago.Mark “Pres” Pieraccini,...


Plainfield tree bark basketmaker inspired by Native American ancestry
09-17-2021 4:47 PM

By BERA DUNAU

PLAINFIELD — Jennifer Lee is maintaining the traditional Native American craft of making tree bark baskets, using materials she harvests from her own property.Lee learned how to make the baskets from a combination of being taught by other Native...


Investing in the future at Big River Chestnuts Farm in Sunderland
09-07-2021 4:42 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SUNDERLAND — At first glance, it might seem like Jono Neiger’s 7-acre plot of land next to the Connecticut River is an unkempt, chaotic mess, with underbrush spilling from the rows of young chestnut trees.However, there’s a method to the madness for...


Sirum Equipment in Montague closing its doors after 60 years
09-02-2021 2:07 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

MONTAGUE — After six decades of service, Montague’s Sirum Equipment is closing for good Sept. 4.Owner Adam Sirum simply said that “it’s time” that he steps away from the family business. The latest in a line of successors that includes both his father...


Refurbished horse trailer, now food truck, bringing Mexican food to Turners
08-03-2021 3:27 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

TURNERS FALLS — As the world celebrates the return of community events, Santo Taco looks to contribute with a new Mexican food truck.Since originally meeting in Montréal, Canada, Santo Taco co-owners Ivette Mateos and Eric Dew have been looking to...


Turners Falls man arraigned on kidnapping, assault charges
07-29-2021 5:05 PM

By DOM POLI

GREENFIELD — A Turners Falls man who was arrested after allegedly beating a man for five hours while interrogating him over alleged stolen marijuana pleaded not guilty Thursday and is being held without the right to bail pending an Aug. 6...


Cousins take leap as business partners with new South Deerfield salon
07-01-2021 3:07 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Those who are looking for a change in hair stylist have a new option in town.Hair Apothecary, a new salon, opened in mid-April at 4A Sugarloaf St. and is now accepting clients for July.Danielle Sullivan-Beck, Hair Apothecary’s...


Social media trend blamed for numerous deaths
06-16-2021 7:21 PM

By LUIS FIELDMAN

Family members of Nate Squires said the 13-year-old Amherst resident died this week as a result of attempting what is known on social media platforms as the “blackout challenge.”According to a GoFundMe page created by Samantha Thomas, the...


Finalists named for Greenfield schools superintendent
06-16-2021 6:48 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — Five finalists have been named in the search for a new superintendent of the Greenfield School Department.“Of eight people who applied, we chose five,” School Committee member Jean Wall told fellow members on Wednesday evening at the...


2 skiing deaths tragic part of challenging year for Berkshire East
04-15-2021 6:55 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

CHARLEMONT — On March 12, 2020, Berkshire East Mountain Resort closed for the season earlier than expected in an effort to help curb the spread of COVID-19. A year later, the 2020-21 season’s end was marred by two skiing accident deaths in eight days...


Vt. residents facing drug charges following Bernardston traffic stop
02-25-2021 5:55 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

BERNARDSTON — Two residents of Eden Mills, Vt. are facing drug charges after a traffic stop on Interstate 91 shortly before midnight on Monday revealed 106 grams of suspected crack cocaine and 27 grams of suspected fentanyl in the vehicle they were...


Sandri Energy celebrates 90 years in fuel business
02-18-2021 5:46 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The Sandri family’s quest for the American dream took them from Italy, through Vermont and into Greenfield nearly a century ago.Acilio Remo “A.R.” Sandri, the second son of immigrants Dominico and Anna, worked as a chief clerk at Pan-Am...


Former Southworth paper mill in Turners Falls could see new life with marijuana company
01-26-2021 6:12 PM

By MAX MARCUS

TURNERS FALLS — A marijuana grower is aiming to move into the former Southworth building, bringing new business to the location for the first time since the paper company abruptly closed in August 2017.The grower, a new company called Hydroflower,...


Cracking cold cases: Athol couple uses genetic genealogy to ID bodies, find killers
01-18-2021 11:11 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

The murder of 9-year-old Christine Jessop in October 1984 was one of Canada’s most infamous unsolved crimes for decades. She was found about 31 miles away from her home on New Year’s Eve of the same year she was killed. The girl’s family thought they...


New playground equipment installed at Greenfield Middle School, Four Corners
12-16-2020 2:24 PM

By SHELBY ASHLINE

GREENFIELD — The small groups of children receiving some in-person education at Greenfield Middle School and the Discovery School at Four Corners were in for a treat earlier this month, when the installation of new playground equipment was...

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