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Burst pipes impact businesses, schools in Franklin County
02-06-2023 5:58 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

GREENFIELD — The weekend’s freezing temperatures led to burst pipes across Franklin County, including at businesses and schools. Four Rivers Charter Public School is expected to reopen Tuesday following a burst sprinkler in one of the school’s...


Gill Historical Commission looks to ensure Severance House preservation
02-01-2023 5:40 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

GILL — The Historical Commission is pushing to preserve Northfield Mount Hermon School’s Severance House as the school considers demolition as one of the long-term options for the 19th-century residence.In a letter penned by Historical Commission...


Boys basketball: Frontier hands Hopkins Academy 1st loss of the season
01-31-2023 8:01 PM

By HANNAH BEVIS

SOUTH DEERFIELD – Monday night’s matchup between the undefeated Hopkins boys basketball team and a Frontier side plagued by injury and illness seemed destined for another Golden Hawks victory. Hopkins had already bested Frontier once earlier in the...


‘It’s not just a job’: Longtime Turners Falls teacher honored with excellence award
01-31-2023 6:51 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

TURNERS FALLS — While longtime teacher Jessica Vachula-Curtis may not have expected the recognition, others knew there was nobody more deserving of the 2023 Excellence in Teaching Award.“She means so much to our students and our community,” Turners...


Locals keying impressive starts for Pope Francis girls, boys hockey teams
01-31-2023 5:41 PM

By HANNAH BEVIS

It can be hard for any new program to get off the ground during the early stages. There’s a lot that goes into creating a team — finding the right coaches, developing enough chemistry together, getting used to the grind of practice and games.But in...


Buckland-Shelburne Elementary students among 12 winners in MassDOT snowplow naming contest
01-30-2023 6:30 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

SHELBURNE FALLS — A “Sled Zeppelin” decal will be seen on the side of a state Department of Transportation snowplow this winter, thanks to the creativity of two Buckland-Shelburne Elementary School students.In its first statewide competition, MassDOT...


PHOTOS: Franklin Tech students lead cooking demo in Northfield
01-30-2023 4:24 PM


Greenfield Center School’s outdoor toileting practices raise concern from health officials
01-27-2023 3:26 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — Health officials are working with The Center School to resolve concerns around the outdoor toileting practices for two classes of its youngest students.Chief concerns, discussed at a Board of Health meeting on Wednesday, involve the...


PHOTOS: Meeting Greenfield’s movers and shakers
01-27-2023 11:29 AM


PHOTOS: Loaves of love
01-26-2023 12:36 PM


Welding simulators to expand education at Franklin Tech and beyond
01-22-2023 1:36 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

TURNERS FALLS — Welding students at Franklin County Technical School and beyond will soon be joining more than just pieces of steel with a half-million-dollar investment that is set to fuse the real and the imaginary.Come next school year, the school...


Greenfield hockey explodes for seven goals to defeat Belchertown (PHOTOS)
01-21-2023 12:08 AM

By HANNAH BEVIS

AMHERST — After a tight 2-1 contest the first time Belchertown and Greenfield met this season, most fans expected a similar low-scoring contest when they met again. Instead, Greenfield’s offense found its scoring touch and Green Wave goalie Joshua...


Bernardston pot pie dinner to raise money for Pioneer band trip
01-20-2023 1:05 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

BERNARDSTON — With the Pioneer Valley Regional School band preparing for a trip to Virginia in the spring, the Bernardston Kiwanis Club is raising money to help cover expenses with one of its traditional chicken pot pie meals.On Saturday, Jan. 28, at...


With climate education, Hitchcock Center looks to help children envision ideal world
01-19-2023 11:45 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

WHATELY — While winter’s warmest days remind us that our climate’s future could be bleak, the future generation reminds us that it may not have to be.Stephanie Apanell’s fourth grade class at Whately Elementary School joined forces with Amherst’s...


Franklin Tech students find their ‘snake zen’ with reptile visit
01-19-2023 7:57 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

TURNERS FALLS — Reptile specialists visiting Franklin County Technical School relished watching grimaces turn into smiles Thursday afternoon as students got acquainted with their cold-blooded critters.“Everybody’s scared of a snake,” said Brenda...


Sunderland Elementary students learn skills while ‘building community through baking’
01-18-2023 7:13 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SUNDERLAND — What better way to build community than to break bread? Or, in this case, bake it.The fourth, fifth and sixth grade classes at Sunderland Elementary School came together Wednesday morning for one of the school’s first assemblies since the...


Erving Elementary teachers decry potential loss of music and movement program
01-18-2023 7:13 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

ERVING — Amid ongoing contract negotiations, teachers criticized the School Committee’s potential cessation of Erving Elementary School’s “music and movement” program during Tuesday’s meeting, adding another layer of tension between the parties.Former...


Greenfield public schools see steep drop in enrollment 
01-18-2023 10:56 AM

 By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — The School Department started the school year with 158 fewer students than last fall, making for one of the sharpest declines in enrollment the district has seen in recent history, according to enrollment data for the past decade. Between...


Mahar students showcase science expertise at semiannual fair
01-13-2023 6:37 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

ORANGE — Ralph C. Mahar Regional School held one of its semiannual science fairs this week, with projects explaining everything from ice melt corrosion, to sleep’s effect on mood, to the impact of the meat and dairy industries.Chemistry teacher...


Frontier, Union 38 to undergo equity audit
01-13-2023 12:18 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — As the Frontier Regional and Union 38 school districts continue the diversity, equity and inclusion work that started three years ago, they are prepared to undergo an “equity audit” to examine how it can provide an equitable...

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