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The music festival is celebrating its silver anniversary Wednesday with a theme of music from the silver screen
The M&M Links Jewelry Store and the Lime Red Teahouse are the latest targets to experience break-ins
Starting September 1st, Greenfield police will issue court summonses to any owner who has failed to license their dog
On Saturday, Vice President Joe Biden held a private meeting with Warren in Washington as he considers a presidential run
Jury selection is scheduled Monday for 20-year-old Adam Liccardi
The almanac, which hits the newsstands this week, predicts cold and snowy weather from Maine to Montana
The victim suffered a leg injury and was transported to a local hospital for treatment
Local restaurateur Andy Yee has purchased the former Route 9 Diner, which plans to renovate into an eatery specializing in breakfast items and comfort foods. Yee has operated a number of restaurants in the valley, most recently the Fort/Student Prince in Springfield.
The "Greenfield Recorder" reports that an eight-year-old boy was about to go for a swim at 27 Captain Lathrop Drive when he found a woman's body at the bottom of the pool. She was removed and taken to Baystate Franklin Medical Center.
Despite unanimously passing Mayor Bill Martin’s proposal to use rainy day funds to stabilize the rising property tax rate for residents and businesses of Greenfield, the Council and residents are still concerned over the City’s property tax rate, the second highest in the State.
Police say Crista Zwolenski and Craig Lewis of Jackson Street took 3-thousand dollars, some latex gloves, and several packs of Newport cigarettes during the August 14th armed heist of the Northampton Street F.L. Roberts Mobil station.
The Greenfield Town Council has voted to place three, non-binding questions on the November ballot asking if voters favor ordinances banning single-layer plastic bags, small water bottles and non-biodegradable food containers.
The executive director and board of commissioners of Northampton's Housing Authority have admitted to violating the state's Open Meeting Law.
State gambling regulators say Massachusetts' first casino in Plainville made more than $18 million in gross gambling revenue in its first full month in business, generating $8.9 million for the state.
Herrell’s Ice Cream in Northampton’s Thornes Marketplace is expanding and should be complete by early next year.
Greenfield Mayor Bill Martin is asking approval from the Town council to use $1.4 million in rainy day funds in a stabilization account to stabilize the tax rate until this fall.
The Hadley Planning Board heard from a Five Colleges Inc. representative last night proposing a reduction in the size of its proposed Five Colleges Library Annex on the 45 acre parcel between Rocky Hill Road and North Maple Street.
CRD Metalworks owner Chris Duval says he will pay the $100 per day fine and remain in business despite being ordered to shut down by August 16th due to numerous zoning and wetland issues.
Northampton Mayor David Narkiewicz is calling on Northampton Housing Authority leaders to immediately review personnel actions and look into alleged conduct of both the Executive Director and the Board of Commissioners relative to employment policies and possible violations of the state Open Meeting Law.
Former Springfield mayor, Mike Albano may be considering a bid for Hampden County Sheriff although, Albano says, he is focused only on his current position representing the region on the Governor's Council.