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AI first topic for 2024 Charlemont Forum series
04-05-2024 1:19 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

CHARLEMONT — In its first session of 2024, the Charlemont Forum is bringing artificial intelligence to the table, as the discussion series looks at media as its overarching topic this year.The Charlemont Forum’s 2024 season opens on Thursday, April...


Softball preview 2024: Greenfield seeks third-straight Div. 5 state championship
04-04-2024 3:41 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

It would be hard to find a more dominant postseason run than the one the Greenfield softball team had a season ago. After winning the 2022 MIAA Division 5 state championship, the Green Wave came back last spring with a loaded squad and dominated their...


2024 high school baseball preview: Pioneer looks to get over Final Four hump
04-03-2024 5:13 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Is it possible to finish the year with a 21-2 record and not be satisfied with the results? The Pioneer baseball team sure wasn’t. The Panthers won the first 18 games of their season in 2023 and did so in convincing fashion, cruising into the Western...


Officials talk funding for, hear feedback on Northern Tier Passenger Rail
03-29-2024 4:13 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

As the Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s (MassDOT) study of the Northern Tier Passenger Rail project continues, officials and consultants Thursday night collected more feedback and laid out some of its potential funding streams in the final...


Faith Matters: Never-ending love is the message of Easter: As Jesus’ disciples of today, spreading this love is our mission
03-29-2024 12:23 PM

By THE REV. DR. CANDI ASHENDEN

Tomorrow is Easter Sunday and many little children in our towns will wake up to discover that the Easter Bunny has arrived while they slept and hidden real and/or plastic-colored eggs around their living rooms or yards, perhaps along with some little...


Short-term rental bylaws heading to Town Meeting in Buckland
03-28-2024 2:46 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

BUCKLAND — Residents will vote whether to approve bylaws regulating short-term rentals, such as Airbnb or Vrbo properties, in the commercial and residential districts at this year’s Annual Town Meeting on May 4.If passed, the bylaws would establish a...


Sounds Local: Thriving on a riff: Percussionist Tony Vacca brings Fusion Nomads to Hawks & Reed this Friday for ‘a magic carpet ride’
03-27-2024 2:04 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

‘From the first time a musician went beyond his or her home village, or region, or nation,” percussionist Tony Vacca says, “music has been an ever-expanding, multi-culti hybrid of instruments and ways to play them.” According to Vacca, that is the...


Keeping Score with Chip Ainsworth: Baseball season is upon us
03-22-2024 2:01 PM

Good morning!On March 9 the Washington Nationals played the Houston Astros at CACTI Park of the Palm Beaches. Named for a hard seltzer, the 7,700-seat spring training facility has housed the Nationals and Astros since it opened seven years ago.It is...


Faith Matters: Recommended for ages birth to resurrection: God’s love in inclusive of all
03-22-2024 10:06 AM

By STEVE DAMON

‘I’d like to invite the young and the young-at-heart to come on up,” I bellow as I skip, jog, crawl, roll, saunter, or … whatever … up to the United Church of Bernardston alter, every Sunday morning at approximately 10:50 in the morning, 9:50 during...


Franklin County Fairgrounds, Greenfield officials look to curb noise complaints in 2024
03-20-2024 5:38 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

GREENFIELD — After Franklin County Fairgrounds concerts prompted noise complaints from residents last year, fairgrounds managers and city officials met with residents this week to hear their concerns and present new ways to mitigate disturbances this...


Cultivating curiosity in the great outdoors: Grower of native plants creates curriculum for school children
03-18-2024 3:57 PM

By EVELINE MACDOUGALL

We celebrate today’s Spring Equinox with Colrain resident Jocelyn Demuth, who designs curricula to encourage Massachusetts children to improve environmental health.Through her “Five hundred Yard Field Trip” website, Demuth provides teachers with free...


Faith Matters: Supporting life after jail: St. John’s Episcopal Church in Ashfield hosts ‘Moving Forward: From Incarceration to Community’ April 13
03-15-2024 3:24 PM

By HETTY STARTUP

There are many citations about prison fellowship and ministry in the Bible, including the Psalms, the Book of Isaiah and perhaps most well-known, chapter 25 of Matthew’s gospel.At St. John’s Episcopal Church this spring, the teachings are being taken...


West County Notebook: March 15, 2024
03-14-2024 12:37 PM

CPA Exploratory Committee holding information session COLRAIN — The ad hoc CPA Exploratory Committee will hold a public information session on Saturday, March 16, at 5 p.m. in the cafeteria at Colrain Central School, 22 Jacksonville Road.By voting to...


Mohawk Trail’s regional agreement changes coming back to towns
03-13-2024 12:00 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

BUCKLAND — Following a vote from the School Committee, the Mohawk Trail Regional School District intends to reintroduce the same regional agreement amendments that failed to receive approval from all eight member towns last year.“We can change the...


A bread that unites us all: For St. Patrick’s Day, a savory soda bread with cheese and chives
03-12-2024 4:06 PM

By TINKY WEISBLAT

I think of my mother and her grandmother whenever I get ready for St. Patrick’s Day. I forage in the basement for my light-up shamrock (which a neighbor whom I shall not name says makes the house look like a low-rent tavern). I affix it to a window,...


Colrain Roundhouse, a historic home for the arts, being sold to new owner
03-11-2024 6:38 PM

By AALIANNA MARIETTA

COLRAIN — Storytellers, artists and longtime visitors walked the empty rooms of the Roundhouse on Sunday, swapping memories and saying goodbye to what has been a home for collective creativity.The Van Nuys Road building, which has been owned by...


Mohawk Trail Regional School Honor Roll, Second Quarter
03-09-2024 3:14 PM

Seventh Grade High Honors: Maya Baunsgard, Kayden Berry, Harper Briggs, Teagan Donahue, Oliver Ferris, Zavel Gardner, Armando Gonzalez, Emmalee Inman, Clinton Jacques, Za’Riah Johnson, Ava LaCross, Wyeth Miller, Abigail Osterman, Ryah Pizzi, Kaylin...


Faith Matters: All are welcome at Open Table: One effort to nurture respectful conversation among those who may see the world differently
03-09-2024 7:00 AM

By JAN FLASKA

I often ask the students I teach to tell me which fruit was forbidden by God in the Garden of Eden. A quick, abrupt answer is speculative: “Apple!” A thoughtful answer obligates us to read the source, which states that it is not specified. Now the...


UMass hockey: Maine tallies late in the third period to knock off Minutemen 2-1
03-08-2024 10:55 PM

The Massachusetts hockey team survived Maine’s first power play of the third period. When the Black Bears went back on the power play just 47 seconds after the initial UMass kill, it was a different story. Tied 1-1, Aydar Suniev was whistled for a...


Keeping Score with Chip Ainsworth: Return to the MAC
03-08-2024 4:54 PM

Good morning!The UMass Minutemen are the prodigal children of college football, returning to the Mid-American Conference from whence they came.It took nine seasons of anchoring the FBS, of winning 16 games and losing 72, of burning through millions of...

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