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Greenfield Seniors March for New Center

Greenfield seniors marched through town Wednesday in an attempt to raise awareness about the need for a new senior center

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Police Warn of Local Phone Scam About Electric Bills

Area police are warning of a new phone scam involving individuals who purport to be from the local electric company

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Bathroom Fire at Northampton’s JFK School Investigated

Fire officials are working to determine what caused a fire that broke out at the JFK Middle School in Northampton this morning


Hampshire Y Director is Out

The Y has sent a letter to its members saying CEO David Marks is leaving the organization after leading it for more than a decade.


RiverCulture Backs Out of Turners Falls Block party

It doesn't look like Turners Falls will have a summer "block party" this year


Northfield Site of Compressor Station Identified

The Tennesse Gas Pipleine company has unveiled the location it's planning for one of the compressor stations for its proposed natural gas pipeline


Easthampton Mayor Funds Summer Food Program

The Easthampton Community Center will receive funding from the city for it's summer children's meal program


Montague Police Adopt New Heroin Approach

The Montague Police Department is following the lead a Massachusetts coastal town has taken to try and get heroin off its streets

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Baystate Franklin President Resigns

Steven Bradley has announced his immediate resignation to deal with what are being termed "unexpected and urgent family-related issues.


Police Say Northampton Man Tried to Strangle Mother

Northampton man is being held on 52-thousand dollars bail after pleading not guilty to trying to strangle his mother

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Former Belchertown man on Most Wanted List

A man accused of breaking a baby's ribs in Belchertown in 2014 has been added to the Massachusetts State Police Most Wanted List

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Draft-Warren Effort to Shift Focus

The draft-Elizabeth Warren effort to coax the Massachusetts senator into a run for president is suspending its campaign

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DA Resumes Using Breathalyzer Results in Court

The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office has resumed the use of breathalyzer test results as evidence in court cases


Receiver Named for Holyoke Schools

The state Education Commissioner has appointed Wakefield School Superintendent Stephen Zirke Junior to oversee Holyoke schools

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All clear at D.C. Navy Yard after reported shooting


The facility was placed on lockdown but police determined there was no shooting and no threat to the public.