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Judge sets bail for Millers Falls assault suspects
04-30-2024 5:58 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Two men accused of beating another nearly to death in Millers Falls the night after Christmas can be released if they post $2,500 bail and submit to GPS monitoring, a Franklin County Superior Court judge ruled on Tuesday.Brendon Collette,...


Former Greenfield man granted new trial after 1995 murder conviction, walks free
04-30-2024 4:59 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — A former Greenfield man serving a life sentence for a 1994 murder was released from prison on Tuesday, three and a half months after the state Supreme Judicial Court ordered that a new trial be held in his case.Elvio J. Marrero, 63,...


Anne R. George: City should help seniors keep their homes
04-30-2024 3:24 PM

If we can provide an elder or a person with disabilities in Greenfield with a little help in covering their property taxes, it’s an investment in our entire community. We are an increasingly diverse community and should work to keep it that way....


Salvation Army of Greenfield raises over $5K for meals program
04-30-2024 11:33 AM

GREENFIELD — The Salvation Army of Greenfield raised more than $5,000 on Friday during its “Fill the Plate” fundraising dinner.On a monthly basis, The Salvation Army of Greenfield distributes more than 800 meals to residents who struggle with food...


School budget heads to Greenfield City Council
04-29-2024 6:54 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — As the full City Council prepares to take up budget discussions on May 15, School Department Superintendent Christine DeBarge recently gave the Ways and Means Committee some insight into what the city would get in her proposed $24.12...


Greenfield Recreation Department Notebook: April 30, 2024
04-29-2024 12:28 PM

Summer camp registration now open The Recreation Department’s summer camps offer playground time, swimming time, games, and arts and crafts activities daily. Field trips and special guests are planned to coincide with each themed week. Daily lunches...


Columnist Daniel Cantor Yalowitz: Staying real, remaining humble
04-29-2024 6:01 AM

By DANIEL CANTOR YALOWITZ

Two weeks ago in this space, I wrote about the importance of cultural humility. At that time, I knew that my next column would focus on its twinned counterpart, personal humility. Today, I’ll focus on why maintaining an understanding of ourselves in...


‘I have found great happiness’: The Rev. Timothy Campoli marks 50 years as Catholic priest
04-28-2024 9:19 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The Rev. Timothy Campoli was ordained on April 6, 1974. There is little way he could have predicted he would mark his 50th year in the Catholic priesthood by celebrating Mass exactly a half-century later, but that’s precisely what...


McGovern, Gobi visit development sites in Greenfield, Wendell
04-26-2024 5:53 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

Though they lay dormant now, the former Wilson’s Department Store in downtown Greenfield and the former depot store and post office in Wendell were once bustling hubs of thriving communities.On Friday, U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern and Director of Rural...


Greenfield Notebook: April 27, 2024
04-26-2024 5:41 PM

Greenfield Farmers’ Market opens for season GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Farmers’ Market, celebrating its 50th year, opens for the season on Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Court Square.The market sells locally grown produce, plants and...


The World Keeps Turning: Quantifying happiness — How we measure up
04-26-2024 5:23 PM

By ALLEN WOODS

A few weeks ago, Donald Trump again displayed his blissfully ignorant understanding of the modern world. At a fundraiser at the home of a billionaire in Palm Beach, Florida, he went off script (if there ever was a script) not only to complain about...


Authorities ID victim in Greenfield slaying
04-26-2024 12:42 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office has identified Christopher Hairston, 35, last known to reside in Pittsfield, as the victim found dismembered in a barrel in a Chapman Street apartment on Monday evening.Suspect Taaniel...


Self-expression on display: See ServiceNet members’ artwork at Greenfield Public Library
04-26-2024 12:17 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

Mental health and human services provider ServiceNet will host a display of its members’ artwork at the Greenfield Public Library from Saturday, April 27, until the end of May.The nonprofit’s exhibit will display a collection of paintings,...


Embracing both new and old: Da Camera Singers celebrates 50 years in the best way they know how
04-26-2024 12:16 PM

By JUDSON BROWN

Da Camera Singers Director Sheila Heffernon wasn’t hiding her exasperation in addressing her tenor section after a recent rehearsal preparing the group for a 50th anniversary concert coming up May 11 and 12.“Watch me! Watch me! Watch me!” she wrote on...


Police report details grisly crime scene in Greenfield
04-25-2024 4:49 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

SUNDERLAND — Police located a cabin in the woods around Clark Mountain Road Thursday afternoon that was occupied by Taaniel Herberger-Brown, the suspect accused of murdering a man at 92 Chapman St. in Greenfield and storing his body in a barrel for an...


My Turn: A moral justification for civil disobedience to abortion bans
04-25-2024 4:26 PM

By CARRIE N. BAKER

Over the last several years, in response to abortion bans and restrictions, advocates around the country have developed an alternative supply network for abortion pills outside of the medical system and the law.As a lawyer and law-abiding citizen, I...


Joannah Whitney of Greenfield wins 33rd annual Poet’s Seat Poetry Contest
04-24-2024 5:14 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — After a few years submitting her work to the annual Poet’s Seat Poetry Contest, Greenfield poet and freelance writer Joannah Whitney placed first among the contest’s adult finalists Tuesday night at the Greenfield Public Library. The...


Ahmad Esfahani: Aiding and abetting and middle school angst
04-24-2024 4:39 PM

Those horrible middle school memories. Never knowing if Benji or Joey really liked you or not, and other types of misgivings and misleadings that ultimately led to an understanding that nothing really makes sense. Hooray for our federal government....


Sounds Local: A rock circus returns to Turners Falls: The Slambovian Circus of Dreams brings the fun Friday night at the Shea
04-24-2024 3:26 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

The circus is coming to town, and not the kind with elephants and clowns. I’m talking about the Slambovian Circus of Dreams, a rock group from the Hudson Valley in New York that makes music as unique as its name. The band, which has frequently...


Todd Damon: Liking the positive vibe of Greenfield lately
04-23-2024 6:42 PM

It feels like we’ve created a day for everything and everyone. It’s become a bit much, in my opinion. However, I do like recent letter writer Mary Collins’ idea of celebrating the communities we choose to call home. Her April 9 letter in the Recorder,...

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