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DCR highlights $1.5M in Mohawk Trail State Forest Campground upgrades
05-17-2024 4:36 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

CHARLEMONT — Following $1.5 million in investments to the Mohawk Trail State Forest Campground, the Department of Conservation and Recreation kicked off the 2024 camping season on Friday and welcomed folks back to the campground that had been closed...


West County Notebook: May 18, 2024
05-17-2024 2:05 PM

Cemetery group holding annual meeting COLRAIN — The annual meeting of the North River Cemetery Association will be held Tuesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. at Bradley Brigham’s home.Anyone with a connection to the cemetery is welcome to attend. With questions...


Charlemont planners approve special permit for Hinata Mountainside Resort
05-17-2024 2:03 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

CHARLEMONT — The town’s newest attraction could begin welcoming people as soon as May 2025 after the Planning Board granted a special permit to Hinata Mountainside Resort off of Warfield Road.With drafted conditions laid out at the previous week’s...


Mohawk Trail Regional School’s Tierney honored as promising new teacher
05-17-2024 1:46 PM

BUCKLAND — In recognition of his social studies and civics instruction that aims to create better citizens and young advocates, Mohawk Trail Regional School eighth grade teacher Brennan Tierney has received the Massachusetts Council for the Social...


Faith Matters: We are all in the same boat: Finding God and our common humanity in ‘the between’
05-17-2024 12:30 PM

By BEN TOUSLEY, M.DIV.

Years ago, I stood with some family members and a large crowd of strangers on a whale watch boat anxiously anticipating the appearance of the first whale. When the mighty leviathan breached the water quite close to one side of our boat, all let out a...


Dan Manka: A sign of character
05-15-2024 5:15 PM

As a speech teacher, I told my students about a boss who was hiring new employees. He deliberately left a book on the floor not far from the door and his desk. He waited to see who would stop to pick up the book. Then he planned to hire that...


The cool new ‘underground’ spot in town: Le Peacock in Shelburne Falls delivers on colorful décor, people, food and cocktails
05-14-2024 12:23 PM

By TINKY WEISBLAT

For weeks, friends have been telling me how much they love Le Peacock in Shelburne Falls. I finally got there on a recent afternoon … and the place lived up to the hype.Le Peacock is located beneath 10 Bridge Street in Shelburne Falls. The restaurant...


Vote on resort permit anticipated soon in Charlemont as board talks conditions
05-10-2024 4:06 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

CHARLEMONT — A vote on the special permit application for Hinata Mountainside Resort could come as soon as next week, as the Planning Board and applicants ironed out conditions on the permit Thursday evening.If approved, the Planning Board would give...


Faith Matters: ‘Glimmer moments’ can be found everywhere: The importance of finding and sharing moments of joy, peace and safety
05-10-2024 3:12 PM

By THE REV. LINDA M. RHINEHART NEAS

Have you heard of “glimmer moments?” I thought this was something cutesy that someone made up, but after doing research, I learned that it is actually a scientific term.The phrase “glimmer moments” was created by psychotherapist Deb Dana in an attempt...


Keeping Score with Chip Ainsworth: Saratoga awaits the Belmont
05-10-2024 2:58 PM

Good morning!Unless there’s a hole in the fence I’ll be covering the Belmont Stakes from Union Avenue. The days of slipping ushers a five spot with a wink and a nod are gone. Ticketmaster wants $164 to simply walk through the gate and $1,000 for a...


Four Rivers Climate Club organizes litter cleanup, panel on environmental activism
05-09-2024 3:05 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — In an effort to raise further awareness of climate change and the power of collective action, the new Climate Club at Four Rivers Charter Public School held a day of action this week with a speaker panel and trash pickup around the...


Stoneman Brewery, Real Pickles honored with Good Food Awards
05-09-2024 2:37 PM

Two area businesses were recognized at the recent Good Food Awards, held on April 29 in Portland, Oregon.Real Pickles, a worker co-operative based in Greenfield, won a Good Food Award for its organic sauerkraut and Stoneman Brewery of Colrain won for...


Korby claims Selectboard seat, Kurland elected moderator in Colrain
05-08-2024 4:13 PM

COLRAIN — Katie Korby is the town’s newest Selectboard member, having won her election to a three-year term by a 214-124 vote against candidate Howard Phelps.“I’m really grateful to the folks in Colrain that voted for me,” Korby, who is a worker-owner...


West County Notebook: May 8, 2024
05-07-2024 12:50 PM

Historical Society program focusing on GriswoldvilleCOLRAIN — The Colrain Historical Society’s May program will be a photographic journey through the village of Griswoldville as it was in 1920.The free program will be held Thursday, May 9, at 7:30...


Colrain voters to decide Selectboard, moderator races
05-06-2024 12:40 PM

By DIANE BRONCACCIO

COLRAIN — Both a Selectboard seat and the town moderator position are contested as voters head to the polls today from noon to 7 p.m. in Town Hall.Katie Korby and Howard Phelps are vying for a three-year Selectboard term to fill a vacancy left by Thom...


Community Legal Aid expands Disability Benefits Project to Franklin County
05-04-2024 4:01 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — Community Legal Aid, a nonprofit that offers free civil legal support to elderly and low-income residents in western and central Massachusetts, has expanded its Disability Benefits Project into Franklin County, a change that coincides...


Faith Matters: It gets better, and harder: Discovering a growing need to see your commitment all the way through
05-03-2024 12:14 PM

By THE REV. DAVID JONES

There is and there always has been within the Christian tradition a lively debate about the divinity of the person Jesus. We encounter it in our own pews at the holiest times of the year, in our unease, at Christmas, with the virgin birth, and in our...


Mohawk Trail Regional School looks to leave audiences humming, smiling at spring musical
05-01-2024 9:53 AM

By GRACE LEE

BUCKLAND — Mohawk Trail Regional School’s theater program is bringing audiences a light-hearted, family-friendly musical for its spring production: “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.”Performances will be held Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4, both...


‘I have found great happiness’: The Rev. Timothy Campoli marks 50 years as Catholic priest
04-28-2024 9:19 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — The Rev. Timothy Campoli was ordained on April 6, 1974. There is little way he could have predicted he would mark his 50th year in the Catholic priesthood by celebrating Mass exactly a half-century later, but that’s precisely what...


West County Notebook: April 27, 2024
04-26-2024 2:43 PM

Hilltown Draw-Around features 12 hours of artistic opportunities SHELBURNE FALLS — Join The Art Garden on Saturday, April 27, from noon to midnight for its 12-hour Hilltown Draw-Around event in the historic Cowell Gymnasium.Participants of all ages...

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