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Grown by the whole community: History and roots of the Greenfield Farmers Market, now in its 50th year
05-28-2024 9:16 AM


The people who started the Greenfield Farmers Market — with iconic local surnames like Kretzinger, Clark and Nelson — might not have imagined a 50th season, nor that it would blossom into a thriving three-season spot in Greenfield’s center where...

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Thanks to Greenfield public works and city officials
05-28-2024 7:13 AM

Wow! Thanks for cold-planning & resurfacing with bituminous concrete many of our Greenfield roads. Gone are the patches. Alden, Beech, Conway, and Shelburne streets, and Columbus Avenue, and part of Woodard Road were treated by Warner Brothers. The...

A day of respect: Greenfield parade, ceremony seeks to remember the fallen, while also urging people to enjoy the day
05-27-2024 4:47 PM


GREENFIELD — After recounting the deaths of Marines Sgt. Maj. Robert Cottle and Lance Cpl. Rick Centanni, two marines who were killed in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan, retired U.S. Marine Corps Master Sergeant Jeffrey Cochran asked veterans and...

Greenfield Police Logs: May 8 to May 20, 2024
05-27-2024 2:31 PM

Wednesday, May 87:44 a.m. — Suspicious activity reported at Tractor Supply Co. on Newton Street. Daniel Joseph Griffin, 42, of Conway Street in Greenfield, was arrested on a warrant.4:37 p.m. — A traffic stop near BJ’s Wholesale Club on Colrain Road...

Sex trafficking documentary to screen at Greenfield Garden Cinemas
05-27-2024 11:31 AM

GREENFIELD — A free screening of the Frontline documentary “Sex Trafficking in America” will be offered at Garden Cinemas on Wednesday, May 29, at 6 p.m.The screening is part of a community education initiative undertaken by the Northwestern District...

My Turn: Ghosts of the Chosin
05-27-2024 9:48 AM


 The tarmac at Logan International airport stretched out before us as we stood in solemn anticipation. The Boeing 737 touched down with a sense of gravity that echoed the weight of history onboard. Shrouded in a flag that bore the Stars and...

Columnist Daniel Cantor Yalowitz: Curiosity — remaining open to what is
05-27-2024 9:47 AM


It’s easy to form an opinion about anything, leave it there, and move on. Most of our news cycles and the media do just this. It’s tempting, perhaps, to go with this and leave it at that. After all, as products of mass public education in the U.S.,...

PHOTOS: 20 years of music at StrangeCreek Campout
05-26-2024 2:06 PM

GCC grads mark start of ‘a lifelong pursuit of knowledge’
05-26-2024 11:25 AM


GREENFIELD — Cheers and cowbells rang aloud on Saturday as members of Greenfield Community College’s Class of 2024 marched between rows of flowers to the stage, collected their diplomas, and celebrated their success with their families and friends.GCC...

Class C softball: MacKenzie Paulin tosses no-hitter, top-seeded Greenfield blanks McCann Tech 6-0 for spot in title game (PHOTOS)
05-25-2024 5:36 PM


GREENFIELD — Over the last handful of years, Greenfield has made Western Massachusetts softball championship games a familiar destination, and now a very familiar local foe awaits the Green Wave there.MacKenzie Paulin buzzed through the McCann Tech...

Greenfield eyes parking changes
05-25-2024 2:39 PM


GREENFIELD — Almost a year after the city publicized results from a 2023 parking study that showed roughly half of the nearly 3,000 spots in the downtown area are empty at all times, the Parking and Traffic Commission is searching for ways to more...

Greenfield Notebook: May 27, 2024
05-25-2024 2:26 PM

LifePath nutritionist coming to Senior Center GREENFIELD — LifePath’s nutritionist Bi-sek Hsiao will share information about the signs of malnutrition, how to prevent malnutrition, eating a healthy diet, healthy snacks and more at the Greenfield...

The World Keeps Turning: Remembering the civilians
05-24-2024 3:01 PM


Earlier this year, my extended family met in Washington, D.C. to celebrate multiple anniversaries and accomplishments and marvel at the grandeur of our nation’s capital. The elders and young adults relived some memories with the two youngest boys and...

Tom Travis: Honor their memory
05-24-2024 2:59 PM

Let’s not forget the meaning of Memorial Day, a day celebrated for those who had to pay with their lives and now lie in foreign lands and here at home. Please teach our young children what Memorial Day really means, it is remembered each year for the...

Franktinus Stuitje: About a case of character
05-24-2024 2:59 PM

A few days ago the Recorder published a letter by a man from West Virginia. He thought that former president Donald Trump showed character by putting a hat back on a soldier [“A sign of character,” May 16]. What I am upset about is that the...

PHOTO: Piqued interest
05-24-2024 12:18 PM

Greenfield residents chime in on housing creation
05-23-2024 6:56 PM


GREENFIELD — As the city works to develop a comprehensive plan to build housing, residents appeared before Community and Economic Development Department officials and representatives from the urban planning firm CommunityScale on Wednesday to offer...

Greenfield Fire Department moves into new station on Main Street
05-23-2024 6:34 PM


GREENFIELD — The Fire Department fully moved into its new station at 41 Main St. Thursday night, leaving behind the temporary station on Hope Street that it has occupied since the 412 Main St. station was demolished in 2021. The move marks the...

Ahmad Esfahani: Articulate and justify
05-23-2024 5:57 PM

Oh Volodymyr, how you remind us that every 100 years Europa appoints a stooge to gum up the works. It must be nice to know exactly what you want in life. When existential quandaries plague our citizenry, you are enlightened enough to know that all a...

Greenfield resident tapped for Montague’s assistant town admin job
05-23-2024 2:22 PM


MONTAGUE — The Selectboard voted unanimously this week to select Greenfield resident Athena O’Keeffe as its next assistant town administrator, taking over for Walter Ramsey when he assumes sitting Town Administrator Steve Ellis’ position on July 1.The...

Superior Court judge denies motion to lower bail in RI man’s Northfield crash case
05-22-2024 6:49 PM


GREENFIELD — Franklin County Superior Court Judge David Hodge denied the defense’s request to lower the $100,000 bail set for Ryan O’Farrell, a Rhode Island man accused of hospitalizing seven motorcyclists in a crash while driving under the influence...

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