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North County Notebook: April 6, 2023
04-05-2023 3:46 PM

Vaccine clinic set for Thursday NORTHFIELD — The Northfield Senior Center will host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Thursday, April 6, from 1 to 4 p.m.Attendees are advised to bring their insurance card, ID and COVID-19 vaccination card, if they have...


Lawn conversion initiative looks to support pollinators, improve soil health
03-29-2023 5:37 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

Thanks to a state grant, the Franklin Conservation District is partnering with three towns to support pollinators, improve soil health and beautify the region by converting mowed spaces into native plant gardens and meadows.For its first year working...


Five towns band together in redundant broadband network
03-27-2023 11:41 AM

By EMILEE KLEIN and LIESEL NYGARD

A new broadband network for Colrain, Charlemont, Heath, Leyden and Rowe that prevents major outages and improves the resiliency of internet access will be completed by June 30.The system creates three backhauls and a 10-gigabyte circuit connection...


One road discontinuance OK’d, another passed over by Leyden voters
03-21-2023 6:34 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

LEYDEN — The town made progress toward road discontinuances and becoming a Green Community with the approval of related warrant articles during a discussion-heavy Special Town Meeting on Monday.The meeting, held at Town Hall, lasted roughly two hours...


North County Notebook: March 21, 2023
03-20-2023 1:27 PM

Eversource prepping for charging stationsLEYDEN — Municipal Assistant Michele Giarusso expects Eversource will be in town this week to work on utility poles that will be linked to two ChargePoint electric vehicle charging stations that are being...


Leyden Special Town Meeting to consider road discontinuance, zoning changes
03-17-2023 1:25 PM

By LIESEL NYGARD

LEYDEN — Residents will consider discontinuing portions of two roads, adopting a Stretch Code and enacting bylaws governing solar arrays during a Special Town Meeting on Monday, March 20.The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at Town Hall, located at 16...


Long-term agreement secures policing services in Leyden for up to 25 years
03-14-2023 2:02 PM

By EMILEE KLEIN

LEYDEN — The Bernardston Police Department will provide policing services to Leyden for up to 25 years in the new long-term agreement that goes into effect on July 1.Under the long-term agreement, which further solidifies the interim agreement that...


Leyden committee presenting long-term policing agreement with Bernardston
03-06-2023 12:11 PM

LEYDEN — Almost one year into Leyden and Bernardston’s interim shared-policing agreement, the Leyden Public Safety Advisory Committee will hold an information session Wednesday evening to present the proposed long-term agreement.The session will be...


North County Notebook: March 2, 2023
03-01-2023 5:51 PM

Board appoints new wastewater treatment plant operatorNORTHFIELD — The Selectboard appointed Mark Detonte as a part-time operator for its Wastewater Treatment Plant during its Feb. 21 meeting.Selectboard appoints two EMTsNORTHFIELD — The Selectboard...


One firefighter puts Leyden in ‘precarious position’
02-23-2023 5:15 PM

By LIESEL NYGARD

LEYDEN — As the lone member of the Fire Department, interim Officer-in-Charge Nikolas Adamski hopes to help rebuild Leyden’s firefighting services, a move that may require more regional collaboration.Adamski, who has been with the department for 12...


PHOTO: Fade to gray
02-19-2023 3:04 PM


After budget revisions, Pioneer towns looking at 1% assessment hike
02-17-2023 1:14 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

NORTHFIELD — Following the previous week’s public hearing and feedback from town officials, Pioneer Valley Regional School District administrators presented a revised budget for fiscal year 2024, with reduced town assessments, which was approved...


North County Notebook: Feb. 15, 2023
02-14-2023 5:34 PM

Civil engineer presents Northfield maps NORTHFIELD — Civil engineer Sarah Campbell, an Erving resident, will share a variety of maps that show how Northfield’s boundaries have changed over time during an event at Dickinson Memorial Library on...


Leyden officials craft $2.6K proposal to remove knotweed
02-11-2023 12:31 PM

By LIESEL NYGARD

LEYDEN — The Conservation Commission and Highway Department have crafted a proposal, expected to cost $2,621.52, to curb the growth of Japanese knotweed in town.The plant has colonized large stretches of roadside areas in Leyden and surrounding...


PHOTO: Sticking out in the snow
01-20-2023 6:47 PM


North County Notebook: Jan. 20, 2023
01-19-2023 4:44 PM

Transfer Station to close FridayNORTHFIELD — The Transfer Station at 31 Caldwell Road will be closed Friday, Jan. 20, due to anticipated inclement weather. The Transfer Station will be open Saturday during its regular hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.Police...


Leyden resident sharing Palestinian staples with new food truck
01-19-2023 3:15 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — The newest business owner on the Mohawk Trail is eager to share the food of his home country with the people of Franklin County.“I’m here to share our love and our experience,” said Ismail Asaad, whose food truck Mohawk Shawarma Grill...


What’s going on in Leyden?
01-17-2023 4:31 PM

What is really going on in Leyden. My only source of information is the Greenfield Recorder. It has been reported that a Selectman, police chief, police captain, town clerk and now seven members of the Council on Aging committee all have resigned. Any...


Topsy-turvy way of doing business 
01-16-2023 1:07 PM

I was struck by the irony of two headlines in the Recorder’s Jan. 13 edition: one entitled “Upward Bound program folding,” and the other “ServiceNet health work gets huge boost.” So, on the one hand, a program that has been proven to help...


Astonished by town officials’ response to mass resignations 
01-10-2023 11:28 PM

I was astonished to read that all seven members of the Council on Aging in Leyden have resigned after submitting a letter to the Select Board citing continued “harassing” and “bullying” by a local resident (“Citing lack of support, Council on Aging...

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