Local

Tenants Displaced After Greenfield Fire

Photo: clipart.com

Tenants Displaced After Greenfield Fire

(Greenfield, MA) — About a dozen elderly and disabled residents are displaced after Tuesday night’s fire at the Mill House Apartments on Wells Street in Greenfield. The fire was contained to a third-floor unit but smoke and water damage made other apartments uninhabitable. The tenants have been placed in temporary housing by the management company. Beacon Communities says the apartments should be ready for occupancy again by the beginning of next week.

Recent Headlines

in National

Making headlines this week

Fresh
AP_272074667250

A look back at some of the week's biggest headlines and the stories you may have missed.

in Local

Franklin County Residents File Suit Against Feds Over Pipeline

oil pipeline

The suit by residents of Deerfield and Northfield asks the feds to stop all activity related to approval of the project

in Local

Amherst Ponders Puffers Pond Problems

Puffers Pond

Officials say there's been an increase in reports of underage drinking and dogs off leash at the site

in Local

NH Group Receives Grant From VT Yankee Parent Company

VT Yankee

A southwestern NH organization is getting a $350,000 economic development grant for communities affected by the closure of the nuclear power plant

in Local

‘Gone Baby Gone’ actor is pulled from water at beach, dies

Sean Malone

54-year-old Sean Malone died Wednesday night at a hospital