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Hatfield Man Avoids Prison In Patronage Case

William Burke of Hatfield has avoided prison time for his part in the Probation Department scanda

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Northampton BID Asks Judge For 60-Day Stay

The Northampton Business Improvement District has asked a judge for 60 days to wind up its affairs

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Warren given Democratic leadership post

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has been tapped to serve as strategic policy adviser to the Democratic Policy and Communications Committee

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Greenfield Covered Bridge Reopens

Greenfield's historic covered bridge has officially reopened

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PumpkinFest Organizer Sued

Lawyers representing Turners Falls Pumpkinfest founder Michael Nelson are asking a judge to dismiss a $1.2 million dollar lawsuit filed against him

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Judge To Northampton BID: Shut Down Now

The Northampton Business Improvement District has been declared null and void and ordered to shut down immediately

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Gardner Supporters Call for Settlement

Supporters of former Amherst math teacher Carolyn Gardner want school officials to settle her discrimination case

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Hearing Delayed for Man Accused of Threatening School

A court hearing for a man accused of threatening a Columbine-type massacre at Frontier Regional School has been postponed

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Amherst High School Open After Threat

Amherst High School responded to a bomb threat Wednesday afternoon

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Springfield, Holyoke Top-Ten Violent Cities

Springfield and Holyoke have made the top-ten list of the most violent towns and cities in Massachusetts

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Amherst Regional High School Evacuated Due To Bomb Threat

BREAKING: Amherst Regional High School Evacuated due to bomb threat by phone. Parents received an automated message saying that HS…

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Northampton Forum Tonight on Parking Study

Northampton is planning a parking study, and a forum is being held Wednesday to gather public input

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Turners Falls Man Nabbed in Restaurant Break-ins

Montague Police have arrested a Turners Falls man in connection with a pair of early Tuesday morning restaurant break-ins

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Carbon Monoxide Scare Empties Northampton Building

An apartment building at 180 Earle Street in Northampton was evacuated Tuesday night on account of a carbon monoxide scare

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UMass To Build New Basketball Facility

UMass will build a new basketball practice facility on the Amherst campus

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Woman To Run 150 Miles For Amherst Survival Center

A local athlete plans to run 36 hours this weekend to raise money for the Amherst Survival Center

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Hatfield Man Charged in Fatal Crash

State Police have issued drunk driving citation against a Hatfield man involved in a fatal crash in Williamsburg

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Man Arraigned For Double Motorcycle Homicide

A man who allegedly killed a father and daughter on their motorcycle has been arraigned in Hampshire Superior Court

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Rosenberg Meets With Baker

Senator Stanley Rosenberg says his sit-down with Republican Governor-Elect Charlie Baker was productive

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Northampton to Buy Watershed Land for Protection

Northampton is about to land that surrounds one of its drinking water reservoirs

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It's going to be another record-setting holiday season for shipments.

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As stores crowd with holiday shoppers, gun buyers will be challenging the nation's background check system to keep up.

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PHOTOS: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

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The 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade stepped off in NYC, officially ushering in the holiday season.

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Thanksgiving grease cooks up plumbing disasters

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Thanksgiving is a royal pain in the U.S. drain.

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Ebola survivors thankful for ‘second chance’

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Six of the nine Ebola patients treated in the U.S. met for the first time.