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Appreciates efforts to amend cannabis zoning regulations
01-06-2023 1:46 PM

As a resident of Factory Hollow Road in Greenfield, I was one of the interested parties attending an informal meeting there sponsored by “Greenfield Grows LLC” on Aug. 22.The meeting was to outline a preliminary proposal for a major cannabis growing...


PHOTO: Sheriff Donelan sworn in for third term
01-06-2023 1:21 PM


Seize the opportunity to rezone French King Highway 
01-05-2023 5:01 PM

I want to add my voice to those who are asking the City Council to reconsider their vote taken last month prohibiting the industrial rezoning along the French King Highway. Manufacturing is how we thrived historically and precision manufacturing is...


Viewers to ‘gain a connection’ to Indigenous history through painting at Greenfield Savings Bank
01-05-2023 4:17 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

GREENFIELD — Just in time for this year’s season of giving, Greenfield Savings Bank recognized one of the region’s lesser-known acts of generosity by welcoming a new painting in its memory.“We’ve had various art in the branch,” said Kevin De Rosa,...


Garden Cinemas Showtimes: Jan. 6 to Jan. 12, 2023
01-05-2023 4:14 PM

Greenfield Garden Cinemas is located at 361 Main St. in Greenfield. The lineup of movies changes on Thursdays. Call 413-773-9260 or visit gardencinemas.net for more information. CinemaSafe protocols followed.Private shows are available by emailing...


The Literacy Project garners 12% boost in state funding
01-04-2023 6:09 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — The Literacy Project was recently awarded $653,616 for each of the next five years by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, representing a 12% increase over the nonprofit’s last round of funding from the department.“We...


Sullivan sworn in for fourth term as district attorney
01-04-2023 5:00 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — In the old courtroom at the Hampshire County Superior Court, Northwestern District Attorney David Sullivan took the oath of office Wednesday for the fourth time after being reelected to the position.As in the previous two elections for...


Greenfield Notebook: Jan. 5, 2023
01-04-2023 3:41 PM

Bernardston artist to showcase work in GCTV lobbyGREENFIELD — Bernardston artist Karma Kitaj will have her work featured in a solo exhibit in the Greenfield Community Television (GCTV) lobby at 393 Main St.An opening reception will be held Friday,...


Detainee dies after ‘medical event’ at Shelburne Falls State Police barracks
01-04-2023 2:55 PM

SHELBURNE FALLS — A Greenfield man who had been arrested on cocaine possession charges died Wednesday morning after suffering a “significant medical event” while in custody at the Shelburne Falls State Police barracks, according to the Northwestern...


Greenfield City Council votes down French King Highway rezoning proposal
01-03-2023 5:33 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — The proposed expansion of the industrial development zone near Route 2 — a zoning change that appeared to be a shoo-in at the start of the process — was ultimately voted down Wednesday night following a lengthy discussion among city...


Flummoxed by council vote on French King Highway rezoning
01-03-2023 2:18 PM

I am completely flummoxed by the Greenfield City Council’s vote not to rezone the French King Highway property for industrial use. Don’t the councilors who voted “no” know that manufacturing — in particular, high-precision metalwork — is part of...


Greenfield City Council must ‘do the right thing’
01-03-2023 2:18 PM

Thank you, Councilor Ricketts, for filing your motion for reconsideration of the City Council’s Dec. 21 vote to not approve the proposed amendment to rezone the land along French King Highway from General Commercial to Planned Industrial. It is very...


New zoning regs a story of the year
01-02-2023 9:36 PM

One of the biggest front-page Greenfield Recorder news stories of 2022 was the upswell of community activism that led to a significant rewriting of zoning regulations that placed new, clear limits on outdoor marijuana cultivation, and defined the...


My Turn: Barbara Walters — Matriarch of the news media
01-02-2023 9:36 PM

By STEVE E. KRAMER

Talented, dogged, determined, a leader. These labels are typically reserved for male figures in sports and other professions. Too infrequently, the descriptions are assigned to prominent women in their fields.This past weekend, however, a notable...


$94K grant to bolster program training inmates in food production
01-02-2023 5:31 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — Inmates and formerly incarcerated people will have a chance to get involved in food production while building entrepreneurial skills at the Franklin County Community Development Corporation (CDC), thanks to a $94,000 state grant.The...


Greenfield Police Logs: Dec. 3 to Dec. 18, 2022
01-02-2023 3:07 PM

Saturday, Dec. 3 1:06 a.m. — Arrest made after responding to a report of suspicious activity at Friendly’s on the Mohawk Trail. Annalise Jacobson, 36, of the Mohawk Trail in Shelburne Falls, was arrested for driving with a suspended license, an open...


PHOTOS: New Year’s Eve gala brings good company at Franklin County’s YMCA
01-02-2023 1:22 PM


Baystate Franklin’s first baby of 2023 born 13 minutes into year to Greenfield couple
01-01-2023 5:39 PM

By SHELBY BROCK

GREENFIELD — Although Jennifer Heim and her husband, Kenneth, expected their son to be born Dec. 30, he surprised them by entering the world 13 minutes after midnight on Jan. 1, making him the first baby to be born at Baystate Franklin Medical Center...


French King Highway rezoning would support living wage jobs 
01-01-2023 5:29 PM

I read in the Recorder that At-Large City Councilor Penny Ricketts had called for reconsideration for her vote on the rezoning of the French King Highway area land that could be supporting real “living wage” manufacturing jobs.The business that wants...


Standalone restroom for downtown Greenfield expected to arrive in June
01-01-2023 2:47 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — The long-awaited standalone restroom, known as a Portland Loo, has been ordered and is expected to arrive in June.“I think it’ll deter some behaviors, and I think if we come together as a community … it’ll be a great option for the city,”...

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