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Kulik Seeks Payback For Dairy Farmers

Certain dairy farmers in Massachusetts will be getting checks for ten to twenty-thousand dollars if State Rep Stephen Kulik gets his way.

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Hamp Sergeants Dispute Patrolmen’s Letter

The Northampton Police Sergeant’s Union is disputing allegations by the patrolmen’s union that they turned a blind eye to improprieties within the department

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Springfield Dem Poised For Top Slot

A Western Mass political operative in his twenties is set to become the next executive director of the Massachusetts Democratic Party

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Homeless Man Wants To Clear His Name

The Northampton homeless man who was falsely accused of attempted murder by a nine-year-old girl is trying to redeem his name

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WHMP Dakin Pet Of The Week

Cooper – Neutered Male – 3 years old – My weight: about 11 lbs. Terrier/ Miniature Poodle mix is available for adoption at the Dakin shelter in Springfield

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Abandoned Puppy Recovers Enough For Adoption

Good news from the Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society about the puppy who was found in a plastic bag abandoned at a Springfield construction site a week ago

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Vermont Teen Killed in Rowe Crash

State Police are investigating a fatal weekend crash in the Franklin County town of Rowe

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Senate Candidates Square Off

State senate candidates Donald Humason and David Bartley have squared off in a debate at Holyoke Community College

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Charges Denied In Holyoke Double Fatal Crash

A Springfield man has pleaded not guilty to nine charges stemming from a September hit-and-run that took the lives of two young Holyoke residents

Photo of Rintala murder scene courtesy of Daily Hampshire Gazette

Defense Lawyer Wins Cat Hairs Motion

A judge in the Cara Rintala murder trial has ruled that cat hairs found on the body of her alleged victim must be turned over to an expert witness for the defense

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New England Child Dies From Enterovirus

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The region's first fatality has been reported in connection with an unusual respiratory virus that has been affecting children across the country

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WNEU Poll Finds Little Support for Casino Repeal

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A majority of Massachusetts voters still seem to oppose the repeal of the casino law

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Hamp BPW Would Lose Power Under Mayor’s Plan

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The Northampton Board of Public Works would become advisory under a new proposal by Mayor David Narkewicz

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Nashawannuck Pond Boardwalk Bids Over Budget

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Bids have been opened for the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk project in Easthampton, and they're all way over budget

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U.N.: Islamic State committing ‘staggering’ crimes

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Insurgents in Iraq have carried out mass executions, abducted women as sex slaves, and used child soldiers, a new report says.