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Paradise City Arts Festival a Success

The Paradise City Arts Festival has celebrated its 19th year

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Hollywood Comes to Western Mass

Hollywood movie “The Judge” to be filmed in Franklin County

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Man Walks Away From Truck Rollover

A man has escaped from a truck rollover in Colrain with little more than bruises.

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Rintala Remains Behind Bars

Friday May 24, 2013 A Granby woman will remain behind bars as she awaits a new trial on murder charges.…

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The Pot Shop is (Almost) Open

The Pot Shop is (Almost) Open

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Smith Academy & All That Jazz

Smith Academy & All That Jazz

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Lt. Governor Tim Murray to resign

From our partners at WWLP BOSTON (WWLP) – Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray is expected to resign from office, in order to take…

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Greenfield Virtual School appoints new board members

Greenfield Virtual School appoints new board members

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Belchertown Lawyer Disbarred

Belchertown Lawyer Disbarred

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Justice for Jonas Group Wants Council Review of Videotaped Arrest

A recent incident involving Northampton Police and an Amherst man resurfaced at Thursday night’s City Council meeting.  Several representatives of…

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Northampton Water Restrictions In Effect

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Northampton officials have placed a daytime ban on “nonessential” outdoor water use, citing low water levels in the Mill River

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Healy Declines To Investigate Holyoke Mayor

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AG Maura Healy declines to investigate a secret separation agreement between Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse and former City Solicitor Heather Eagan

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Holyoke Bridge Shooter Sentenced

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A Holyoke man who allegedly tried to commit suicide by cop will spend three years in prison

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Kocot: Public Records Law Due For Update

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State Rep Peter Kocot is leading a move to update Massachusetts public records law

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Florence Bank Gives 50K To Valley CDC

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The Florence Savings Bank has donated 50-thousand to the Valley Community Development Corporation.