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Greenfield Middle School Honor Roll, Third Quarter
05-14-2024 11:23 AM

Sixth Grade High Honors: Ariana Agapov, Landon Allenby, Lucas Allenby, Finnegan Coffin, Juliana Helie, Leo Leitner-Markert, Helen Maiewski, Emerson Maxam, Cyrus Pfennighaus, Kaleb Reipold, Ryker Russin, Kaylina Short, Tyler Slack, Samantha Suhl,...


My Turn: Choosing wisely for ourselves, next generation
05-13-2024 6:25 PM

By ALAN HARRIS

 In the larger picture, we’re not that much different from the rest of the animal kingdom, except that we can build within or outside the laws of nature.Follow what are observable truths or jump down rabbit holes, jump off cliffs, ignore the weather,...


Karl Meyer: A fool’s errand
05-13-2024 6:22 PM

I’ve literally written millions of words trying to uplift a broken river’s voice. Overall, it’s been a fool’s errand, but I intend to see it into the future rather than leave any of it unsaid. However, no words I’ve written have been as good, concise...


Attorney seeks dismissal of RI man’s DUI charges in Northfield crash that injured seven
05-13-2024 6:16 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — The defense has filed a motion to dismiss driving under the influence charges against Ryan O’Farrell, a Rhode Island man accused of hospitalizing seven motorcyclists while driving under the influence of drugs on Route 10 in Northfield on...


‘An environmental endeavor’: Bee Fest returns to Greenfield for 14th year on Saturday
05-13-2024 4:24 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — Downtown Greenfield will be buzzing with activities on Saturday as Bee Fest returns for its 14th year. The roughly three-hour festival honors the Rev. Lorenzo Langstroth, the sixth minister of Second Congregational Church who is known as...


Renovation of vacant Greenfield house will help those ‘priced out’ of home ownership
05-13-2024 3:22 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — Rural Development Inc., a Montague-based nonprofit affiliated with the Franklin County Regional Housing & Redevelopment Authority, is renovating a vacant three-bedroom home on Cleveland Street for reuse as affordable housing. The 42...


Greenfield Notebook: May 14, 2024
05-13-2024 2:19 PM

Route 2 westbound ramp closure continues May 15GREENFIELD — The Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s closure of the ramp from Route 2 westbound to Interstate 91 southbound will continue on Wednesday, May 15. The closure, in effect between 7...


Guest columnist Daniel Cantor Yalowitz: Being accountable a marker for maturity
05-13-2024 7:01 AM

By DANIEL CANTOR YALOWITZ

“A body of people holding themselves accountable to nobody ought not to be trusted by anybody.” — Thomas PaineOne thing that distinguishes grown-up mature adults from others not in this cohort is the ability to “own” and be accountable and responsible...


Greenfield Notebook: May 9, 2024
05-12-2024 1:50 PM

Hydrant flushing begins May 13GREENFIELD — The city’s Department of Public Works will begin flushing fire hydrants Monday, May 13, between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.The tentative schedule is as follows:■Monday, May 13 — Barton Road from Adams Road west to...


New USDA offices in Greenfield to aid staffing increase, program expansion
05-11-2024 4:17 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — The U.S. Department of Agriculture will open its new office at 59 Montague City Road on Wednesday, May 15, leaving behind the department’s former Federal Street location amid staffing increases and an expansion of new programs. “It’s a...


PHOTO: Benefit concert bears fruit for Sgt. Jacob Garmalo Memorial Fund
05-10-2024 11:34 AM


Peacemaker Awards recognize anti-bullying, outreach work done by area students
05-09-2024 5:27 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — The Interfaith Council of Franklin County and the Traprock Center for Peace and Justice honored 31 local students for their work fighting racism and bullying, spreading compassion, and acting as forces for positive change in their...


Ahmad Esfahani: Democratic lagging
05-09-2024 5:04 PM

Who should be making the decisions? Take a few hours out of your week and observe a local committee or board, and you may quickly see how the ball of accountability rolls downhill. In an age of liability and risk aversion, decision-makers have become...


Evlyn Ashong-Katai: Back tax fund for elderly, disabled
05-09-2024 5:04 PM

My name is Evlyn Ashong-Katai and I moved to Greenfield in June 2023 when I bought my first-ever property, my home, at the age of 26. As a Greenfield resident, I am reaching out because of the proposed elderly/disabled tax fund.When reading about this...


Four Rivers Climate Club organizes litter cleanup, panel on environmental activism
05-09-2024 3:05 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — In an effort to raise further awareness of climate change and the power of collective action, the new Climate Club at Four Rivers Charter Public School held a day of action this week with a speaker panel and trash pickup around the...


Stoneman Brewery, Real Pickles honored with Good Food Awards
05-09-2024 2:37 PM

Two area businesses were recognized at the recent Good Food Awards, held on April 29 in Portland, Oregon.Real Pickles, a worker co-operative based in Greenfield, won a Good Food Award for its organic sauerkraut and Stoneman Brewery of Colrain won for...


My Turn: Stop taking all equity in home seizures now
05-08-2024 6:29 PM

By SUSANAE GLOVACKI

 I don’t like to read the legal ads. The print is too small and it feels like you need a degree in legal studies to understand them. But on April 13 of this year, the city of Greenfield took out a full-page ad in the Recorder listing residents who...


Pam Parmakian: What’s in a flag? Solidarity and safety
05-08-2024 6:27 PM

Something amazing happened on our street this week. Every household found a rainbow flag in their mailbox with an open-hearted letter inviting everyone to show solidarity with the LBGTQ community by flying the flag.My wife and I were deeply moved by...


Lawyer argues Joshua Hart’s 2018 conviction for Orange murder had inconsistent verdicts
05-07-2024 8:07 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Spurred by a state Supreme Judicial Court opinion that pointed to inconsistent verdicts, the Franklin County Superior Court judge who oversaw Joshua Hart’s murder trial in 2018 has taken under advisement a defense attorney’s motion to set...


Greenfield Notebook: May 8, 2024
05-07-2024 3:43 PM

Daytime closure of Route 2 westbound ramp continues through ThursdayGREENFIELD — The state Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has closed the ramp from Route 2 westbound to Interstate 91 southbound through Thursday, May 9. The closure, in effect...

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