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West County Notebook: June 12, 2024
06-11-2024 3:28 PM

History Society program to detail murder of Civil War vet COLRAIN — “Murder on Catamount” will be the topic of a program following this month’s meeting of the Colrain Historical Society at the Stacy Barn, 8 Main Road, on Thursday, June 13.Prentice...


‘Money Game’ comes home with screenings at Garden Cinemas
06-09-2024 11:52 AM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

GREENFIELD — After receiving wide acclaim at international film festivals across the country, the locally filmed movie “Money Game” will enjoy a grand homecoming this week with a premiere at the Garden Cinemas.“It’s a very, very nice chance to say,...


Central Maintenance established as new Greenfield department
06-07-2024 3:34 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — The Central Maintenance Department, formerly a division of the city’s Department of Public Works that handles the maintenance and construction of city-owned properties, will now operate independently as a new department.Facilities...


Keeping Score with Chip Ainsworth: Checking in with the top prospects in Portland
06-07-2024 1:01 PM

Good morning!In January, Boston’s chief of baseball operations Craig Breslow told the Boston Globe’s Peter Abraham that catcher Kyle Teel, shortstop Marcelo Mayer and outfielder Roman Anthony are “guys we think are the next wave, not just big leaguers...


Garden Cinemas partners with app for movies in Spanish
06-06-2024 10:21 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — Were you looking forward to watching “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” but wish you could see it in another language? If so, you’re in luck.The Garden Cinemas has partnered with TheaterEars, a smartphone app, to make some films available in...


Colrain voters nix CPA, preservation of library busts at Town Meeting
06-05-2024 4:31 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

COLRAIN — After lengthy debates, residents voted against putting the Community Preservation Act on the ballot in November and to preserve eight plaster busts of historic figures at the Griswold Memorial Library at Town Meeting Tuesday night.About 121...


Blais: Leverett to get public transportation this summer
06-03-2024 12:14 PM

By LIESEL NYGARD

LEVERETT — State Rep. Natalie Blais held a town hall in Leverett Friday to provide updates to residents on transportation and infrastructure projects. Speaking to a small group, Blais announced that Leverett would be connected to public...


Mohawk Trail Regional School expanding cellphone policy for students
06-03-2024 11:31 AM

By CHRIS LARABEE

BUCKLAND — After a successful implementation in the middle school, Mohawk Trail Regional School is expanding its “Off and Away, All Day!” pilot program to the high school to curb student cellphone use and introduce a consistent policy across the...


‘It brings back memories’: Buckland native, battling illness, returns home for final visit
06-03-2024 10:30 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

SHELBURNE FALLS — Kenneth Butler knew that when he departed for Bradley International Airport on Friday morning it was the final time he would be in his native western Massachusetts until he is laid to rest next to his parents in Greenfield.The...


37 Mohawk Trail graduates reminisce, bid high school adieu
05-31-2024 9:04 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

BUCKLAND — Thirty-seven graduation caps flew through the air Friday evening at Mohawk Trail Regional School’s Class of 2024 graduation ceremony. Addressing her classmates, Valedictorian Kaylin Sumner recounted the trials, tribulations and joyful...


$1.9M budget, police cruiser spending among Colrain Town Meeting topics
05-31-2024 2:18 PM

By DIANE BRONCACCIO

COLRAIN — Annual Town Meeting voters will be asked to adopt a $1.9 million operating budget for fiscal year 2025, buy a police cruiser, save library statuary, and add a short-term rental provision and a Floodplain Overlay District to the zoning...


David Greenberg: Support CPA at Colrain Town Meeting
05-30-2024 4:03 PM

I am writing to express my strong support for the adoption of the Community Preservation Act (CPA) in Colrain. I believe that implementing the CPA would offer numerous advantages, particularly for a town like ours with limited funds for items other...


Brad Brigham: Money doesn’t talk
05-28-2024 4:27 PM

The poet and soothsayer Bob Dylan once said that “money doesn’t talk. It jumps up on the table and screams and shouts.” The times aren’t a-changing when it comes to money’s enduring influence in just about every aspect of our lives. The debate...


Speaking of Nature: The telltale song of summer: Singing green frogs welcome me back to the Thinking Chair
05-27-2024 6:01 AM

By BILL DANIELSON

For most people, Memorial Day marks the first day of summer. The official first day may not actually be observed until three weeks later, but the three-day weekend gives people a chance to get outside and fire up the grill, or perhaps even go camping....


PHOTOS: 20 years of music at StrangeCreek Campout
05-26-2024 2:06 PM


Faith Matters: Coming out can feel like a miracle
05-24-2024 11:22 AM

By THE REV. VICKI IX

I have added my coming out to the list of miracles in my life — the glimpses of the resurrection I have been granted in this life. I count this moment as a blessing and pray for those who have not yet been able to say the words out loud.More...


The slow spell of Negril, Jamaica: Scenes from an idyllic island getaway
05-24-2024 11:21 AM

By AALIANNA MARIETTA

“You don’t want to stay in paradise?”It’s our fourth day in Negril, Jamaica, and the fourth time we have heard this question. A local is dipping his head under our striped umbrella on the beach, trying to sell us a boat tour despite us repeating that...


Colrain library receives National Medal for Museum and Library Service
05-23-2024 1:59 PM

COLRAIN — Griswold Memorial Library is one of 10 recipients of the 2024 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, given to five museums and five libraries that make significant and exceptional contributions to their communities.The award has been...


48 Mohawk Trail Regional School students become published authors in writing contest
05-21-2024 11:30 AM

BUCKLAND — Leanne Blaszak, a seventh grade English language arts teacher at Mohawk Trail Regional School, offered students in her classes the opportunity to become published authors.But there was a requirement. Each story could only be 100 words...


Mohawk Trail Regional School Honor Roll, Third Quarter
05-18-2024 4:28 PM

Seventh Grade High Honors: Maya Baunsgard, Kayden Berry, Harper Briggs, Joshua Cerone, Teagan Donahue, Oliver Ferris, Zavel Gardner, Armando Gonzalez, Ava LaCross, Abigail Osterman, Ryah Pizzi, Kaylin Sevoian, Madelynn Weller, Ryleigh Westort, Anna...

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