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Athol resident Louis Marino launches Senate campaign
03-19-2023 1:52 PM

By MAX BOWEN

ATHOL — Louis Marino, a lifelong Republican turned Libertarian, is hoping to unseat U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren in the next election.Marino, of Athol, announced his candidacy at the Unified Libertarians of Massachusetts convention earlier this month....


Athol man faces sexual assault, domestic violence charges
03-17-2023 7:32 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — An Athol man pleaded not guilty Friday to 11 charges in connection to several alleged incidents of domestic violence and sexual assault in 2021 and 2022.Christopher C. Mundell, 36, of Sanders Street, was arraigned in Orange District Court on...


Annual River Rat Race taking shape
03-17-2023 1:59 PM

By GREG VINE

ATHOL — Last year marked the return of the annual River Rat Race after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and organizers are hoping even more canoes will enter the competition this year.The first River Rat Race took place in 1964, with a...


Athol naturalist to lead Greening Greenfield talk on lawn transformation
03-15-2023 6:58 PM

GREENFIELD — David Small, president of the Athol Bird and Nature Club and director of the Millers River Environmental Center, will present “Living with Nature in My Back Yard” as part of Greening Greenfield’s next talk in its series about transforming...


Athol resident in the running for Inked Magazine cover
03-10-2023 7:59 PM

By MAX BOWEN

Each of Deanna Cohen’s tattoos tells a story.Some honor people she has lost. Others commemorate fellow soldiers met during her eight years as a Marine. Some offer important life lessons.Cohen, 34, has 28 tattoos in total and is hoping to show off some...


Split ends: Transitions Hair Salon owners branching off to separate businesses
03-09-2023 10:36 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The online rumor mill started up as soon as Seana Pitts made an announcement on social media.“The minute I posted on Facebook people were like, ‘Are you and Shannon OK?’” she said. “Like it has to be something terrible that happened,...


Faith Matters: Chocolate or no chocolate? That is the question.
02-24-2023 4:40 PM

By THE REV. CANDI ASHENDEN

Well, here we are beginning our Lenten journey. This is the holy time that begins on Ash Wednesday and continues until sundown on Maundy Thursday.In scripture, we are told that this is the time after Jesus’ baptism when Jesus went off into the...


Judge sets bail, release conditions for Athol kidnapping defendants
02-21-2023 7:40 PM

ATHOL — Orange District Court Judge Laurie MacLeod set bail in the cases of three people who are being charged in connection with an assault in which two people were held against their will for four hours in a house in Athol, according the...


Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust reaches $3.5M fundraising goal
02-19-2023 3:05 PM

By GREG VINE

PHILLIPSTON — The Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust celebrated the end of its Land Forever Campaign last week, a years-long effort that raised more than $3.5 million for the creation of an endowment to support land conservation in central and...


Six North Quabbin residents face kidnapping, assault charges
02-17-2023 7:10 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — Six North Quabbin residents face charges of kidnapping and other crimes as a result of an assault in which two people were reportedly held against their will for four hours in an Athol house on Feb. 1.Athol residents Franklin L. Payne, 46,...


Five face charges in Feb. 1 assault, kidnapping incident in Athol
02-16-2023 7:30 PM

ATHOL — Five people are scheduled for arraignment in Orange District Court on Friday in connection with a violent assault in which two people were held against their will for four hours in a house in Athol, according to the Northwestern Assistant...


Suspect in 2022 Athol shooting deemed too dangerous to release after arraignment
02-10-2023 6:44 PM

ATHOL — An Athol man charged in connection with a November 2022 shooting has been determined too dangerous to release.Yamil C. Nunez, 47, of Athol, was ordered held without bail on Friday in Orange District Court.Nunez pleaded not guilty on Feb. 3 to...


Traveling Smithsonian exhibit, now in Turners Falls, shining spotlight on rural America
02-06-2023 4:19 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

TURNERS FALLS — Due to its association with the nation’s capitol, a Smithsonian exhibit, in some ways, may feel out of place in small-town Montague. In other ways, though, it feels just right.“This is about the small-town vibe,” said Caitlin Kelley,...


Pizza Factory in Orange changing hands after 25 years
02-02-2023 3:45 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — Pizza Factory is changing ownership after 25 years in business.Paul Whitney purchased the eatery from Athanasios “Arthur” Vlahakis and his wife, Voulie, on Wednesday and opened for customers on Thursday afternoon.“I’m stoked,” Whitney said at...


Area lawmakers acclimate to redrawn districts 
01-16-2023 4:50 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

The region’s state legislators are getting acclimated to their newly redrawn districts but say their day-to-day lives won’t change much, as they were elected to represent the people, regardless of political affiliation, and who share similar...


Chaos and extremism in the House
01-09-2023 4:06 PM

The new Republican House majority is a collection of election deniers, QAnonconspiracists, and political arsonists hellbent on gaining power at the expense of our democracy. They’ll be in control of the House of Representatives for the next two years...


Doors open for Thanksgiving meals across Franklin County, North Quabbin
11-22-2022 5:51 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

Various organizations and nonprofits around Franklin County and the North Quabbin region are opening their doors to the community on Thanksgiving, offering free meals and companionship.In Greenfield, Stone Soup Cafe will host A Day of Mourning and...


Wheeler Mansion to host haunted house
10-21-2022 5:34 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

You’ve possibly known a haunted house to be held in a school or an armory. But how about one inside a 15,000-square-foot Gilded Age brick mansion built for a sewing machine millionaire’s wife and eventually owned by a Masonic sisterhood called the...


Athol man pleads not guilty to child rape charge
09-20-2022 7:04 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — An Athol man recently pleaded not guilty to three sexual assault charges stemming from alleged incidents involving a young girl that occurred prior to the summer of 2013.William T. McBride, 59, of Brattle Street, was arraigned in Orange...


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...

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