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Sounds Local: Rock ’n’ roll from the comfort of your couch
01-04-2023 4:53 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

We talk a lot about live music here in Sounds Local. But since it is January and cold out and gets dark early, you might be interested in staying in the comfort of your home.Of course that is understandable, and fortunately there are some reading and...


Fire officials: Colrain house blaze started in a nearby trash barrel
01-04-2023 9:43 AM

By CHRIS LARABEE

COLRAIN — The state Department of Fire Services has determined a Colrain fire that badly damaged a single-family home last week started in a trash barrel, but has yet to determine a specific cause.“They’re gauging between a couple of things,” said...


$87K grant to help CISA market local food producers
01-03-2023 1:37 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — With farms and other locally grown produce generating large amounts of revenue for the region, an $87,000 state grant awarded to Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (CISA) will ensure local producers can compete with larger...


Mohawk Trail Regional School Honor Roll, First Quarter
01-02-2023 1:53 PM

Note: Students who achieved high honors received all As for the first quarter. Students who achieved honors received all As or Bs.Seventh Grade High Honors: Cole Bassett, Mason Bassett, Leo Boltz, Sophia Bourdon, Emily Churchill, Naomi DenOuden,...


Family escapes injury in second-alarm fire in Colrain
12-29-2022 7:58 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE and PAUL FRANZ

COLRAIN — A family escaped injury Thursday evening after a second-alarm fire caused serious damage to their single-family home on Ed Clark Road.At approximately 4:45 p.m., several area fire departments were dispatched to 38 Ed Clark Road. Upon...


Barnhardt Manufacturing to close Colrain plant, lay off 31 workers by end of January
12-06-2022 6:00 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

COLRAIN — Barnhardt Manufacturing Co. has announced its Main Road plant will cease operations at the end of January, laying off all 31 employees in the process.Company President Lewis Barnhardt said in a statement Tuesday that “business loss and other...


Minor injuries result from horse pulling accident at 104th Heath Fair
08-21-2022 1:20 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

HEATH — The weekend’s 104th Heath Fair had all the traditional activities one would expect: pulling events of all kinds, square dancing and fried dough. But although the three-day fair attracted many visitors to the grounds, it did not go off without...


Movie shines spotlight on Michigan couple who won big in Sunderland, South Deerfield
06-21-2022 9:13 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SUNDERLAND — A huge grin spreads across Paul Mardas’ face as he recounts the story of when he and a Michigan couple took home stacks of money over the course of half a decade through the Massachusetts Lottery.By 2011, Mardas and his store, Billy’s...


Luxury vehicles seized by DA going up for auction in Orange
06-02-2022 12:41 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — The majority of the 29 exotic high-end vehicles up for auction at the Orange Municipal Airport this weekend once belonged to a New Salem man arrested in August 2020 and found dead in an abandoned Holyoke warehouse two months later.The...


Toasted Jam 3.5 to kick off Franklin County Fairgrounds festival season
04-06-2022 4:09 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — Festival season in Franklin County will kick off with a puff of smoke this weekend.Toasted Jam 3.5 will feature 15 live musical artists, 60 local vendors and all manners of activities from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday at the Franklin County...


Colrain Selectboard approves two agreements for marijuana cultivator, delivery service
03-24-2022 7:57 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

COLRAIN — The Selectboard approved two host community agreements Tuesday night with a new marijuana cultivator and retail delivery service that will be based at 270 Greenfield Road.More than two dozen residents showed up to Colrain Central School to...


Take two: Hollywood visits Shelburne Falls for second straight year
03-18-2022 5:16 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SHELBURNE FALLS — Despite the first 70-degree day of the year, it was holiday season in the village once again as production crews unraveled faux snow and unpacked cameras Friday in preparation to film “The Holdovers.”Onlookers in the village are just...


Chapel rededicated at Thomas Aquinas College in Northfield
03-07-2022 5:05 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

NORTHFIELD — At least 300 people donned their Sunday best as Bishop William Byrne, of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield, visited Thomas Aquinas College on Monday for the rededication of the Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel.The bishop...


Finding joy in art: New exhibit at Augusta Savage Gallery celebrates the Black community
11-10-2021 7:04 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Like millions upon millions of people across the world, Eesha Suntai was horrified by the murder in May 2020 of George Floyd, who died after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes...


Plainfield tree bark basketmaker inspired by Native American ancestry
09-17-2021 4:47 PM

By BERA DUNAU

PLAINFIELD — Jennifer Lee is maintaining the traditional Native American craft of making tree bark baskets, using materials she harvests from her own property.Lee learned how to make the baskets from a combination of being taught by other Native...


Community members petition state for audit of Mohawk Trail Regional School hiring process
07-07-2021 5:23 PM

By ELLA ADAMS

BUCKLAND — A group of parents and community members of the Mohawk Trail and Hawlemont regional school districts have requested an audit from Massachusetts Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley concerning the hiring of a vice...


Despite local concerns, MassWildlife has no plans to close Green River in Colrain to swimmers
07-04-2021 4:53 PM

By ELLA ADAMS

COLRAIN — When resident Marty Driggs handed out flyers at Annual Town Meeting on June 16, calling to “save our swimming holes,” he was publicly proclaiming his concern for closures he’s seen occurring along the Green River. Driggs’ fliers stated that...


Faith Matters: Lord, teach us to pray
01-11-2021 2:34 PM

By PASTOR DENNIS JACOB

Prayer is talking to God, which is simple to do outwardly, but as taught by Jesus, can be personally challenging inwardly. Prayer is held up in scripture as the first vital work of the believer. Yet astoundingly, prayer is the most neglected work in...


Faith Matters: Atonement and sacrifice
07-19-2019 12:20 PM

By PASTOR DENNIS JACOB

(Each Saturday, a faith leader in Franklin County offers a personal perspective in this space. To become part of this series, email religion@recorder.com)The Hebrew word “kaphar” in the Old Testament Bible is translated into English as “atonement” and...


Faith Matters: Baptism and the Bible
03-29-2019 1:06 PM

By PASTOR BRETT REITENBACH

(Each Saturday, a faith leader in Franklin County offers a personal perspective in this space. To become part of this series, email religion@recorder.com) The subject of water-baptism is handled differently among various churches and religions. These...

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