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My Turn: The real problems — Unreal solutions
06-20-2024 6:01 AM

By ALAN HARRIS

 The totalitarian tendency arises and gains its momentum as a result of uncertainty leading to fear, leading to distrust of institutions, to ceding authority to whoever can convince the populace its problems will all be solved by the “I can fix it...

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Where the food is smokin’ good: Crazy Horse Bar and Grill in Charlemont serves up pub food and more with flair
06-18-2024 3:32 PM

By TINKY WEISBLAT

David Comstock grew up in Charlemont and started his career as a chef in that town. He began as a dishwasher at the now defunct Charlemont Inn and took to restaurant life, eventually attending the New England Culinary Institute.Back in Charlemont...


West County Notebook: June 18, 2024
06-17-2024 1:57 PM

Heath glass artist displaying work in SandwichSANDWICH — Heath glass artist Robert Dane will have his work featured at the Sandwich Glass Museum, 129 Main St., as part of the “Heartbeats & Harmony” exhibit, with an opening reception planned for...


Charlemont Juneteenth event to highlight self-emancipated man’s life
06-17-2024 10:36 AM

By DOMENIC POLI

CHARLEMONT — Being born into slavery in a place called Libertytown is perhaps the ultimate irony.But that’s a significant part of the life story of Basil C. Dorsey, a self-emancipated man whose remarkable quest for freedom will be detailed by local...


Media topic of next two talks in Charlemont Forum series
06-17-2024 9:50 AM

By ADA DENENFELD KELLY

CHARLEMONT — The next two programs in the annual Charlemont Forum series are united by a common theme: the media.Ted Conover, an immersion journalist, will talk about his approach to journalistic projects on Thursday, June 20, at 7 p.m. Jackie Jesko,...


PHOTOS: Weather Superheroes take the stage
06-13-2024 1:37 PM


Write-in candidate Blakeslee wins Selectboard seat in Charlemont
06-06-2024 11:26 AM

By DIANE BRONCACCIO

CHARLEMONT — Write-in candidate Kim Alison Blakeslee is the newest Selectboard member, having won in a contest against ballot candidate Stephen W. Thayer by a 95-77 vote.After Tuesday’s election, Blakeslee said she was overwhelmed by the community...


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...


Ballot candidate sees write-in challenge for Selectboard seat in Charlemont
05-31-2024 12:18 PM

By DIANE BRONCACCIO

CHARLEMONT — While Stephen W. Thayer is the sole ballot candidate seeking election to a two-year Selectboard term, Kim Alison Blakeslee is challenging him with a write-in campaign.The victor in Tuesday’s election will fill the seat vacated by William...


Police cruiser gets Charlemont Town Meeting’s attention
05-29-2024 6:11 PM

By ANTHONY CAMMALLERI

CHARLEMONT — Residents approved a resolution calling for withdrawal of federal aid to Israel until a cease-fire is reached between Israel and Hamas, while a request for $68,000 for a police cruiser also captured the attention of voters at Annual Town...


Fire truck, police cruiser replacements up for vote at Charlemont Town Meeting
05-24-2024 10:58 AM

By DIANE BRONCACCIO

CHARLEMONT — Annual Town Meeting attendees will be asked to replace a failing, 27-year-old fire truck, buy a new police cruiser, start a new fire district with Rowe and adopt a bylaw that spells out procedures for recalling an elected town...


My Turn: Hopeful steps vs. dire plans
05-23-2024 6:01 PM

By CARL DOERNER

On April 11, Donald Trump met with oil, gas, and other industry guests he had invited to his Mar-a-Lago estate. He asked for their support in the coming presidential election with donation of $1 billion. Yes, a billion dollars.And yes, he can do this...


Marguerite Willis: Column on treatment of dogs, children spot on
05-22-2024 4:59 PM

Thanks to columnist Jon Huer for his excellent piece of observation that we feed our dogs better than our children [“Of dogs and men,” Recorder, May 18]. I know my eyes cross with frustration when I see or hear dog food ads and realize less care is...


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...


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...


Cell tower bylaw revisions headed to Charlemont Town Meeting
05-13-2024 12:22 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

CHARLEMONT — Along with the budget and other annual articles set to come before voters at Charlemont’s May 28 Town Meeting, residents will also be asked to consider some minor revisions to the town’s cell tower bylaws.The Planning Board held a brief...


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...


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...


My Turn: Judgmental about malaise
04-24-2024 4:41 PM

By MARGUERITE WILLIS

 Hold on, I’m going to be judgmental. I heard an ad on internet radio for a well-known company that sells fiber supplements.But wait for it — that company now has fiber gummies for kids “because they don’t get enough fiber!” Accompanying the ad were...


West County Notebook: April 23, 2024
04-22-2024 9:53 AM

Catamount Hill Association offering guided hike COLRAIN — The Catamount Hill Association is sponsoring a guided hike on Catamount Hill, weather permitting, on Saturday, April 27. Participants should meet at 10 a.m. at the corner of Route 112 and...


‘Glamping’ resort developers look to curb traffic, sewer concerns in Charlemont
04-19-2024 3:03 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

CHARLEMONT — Deliberations on the conditions and potential approval of a proposed mountainside resort will come at the Planning Board’s next meeting, as the applicant laid out potential solutions to residents’ concerns about traffic on Thursday.Jeff...

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