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Montague Selectboard signs contract for Shea Theater mural
01-25-2024 11:52 AM

By VIRGINIA RAY

MONTAGUE — The town is one step closer to seeing a 3,200-square-foot mural painted on the east exterior wall of the Shea Theater Arts Center now that the Selectboard unanimously approved a contract with Common Wealth Murals LLC, a Springfield-based...


Kathryn Aubry-McAvoy: In the kitchen
01-22-2024 5:03 PM

What a delight it was to read Tinka Weisblat’s article “In the Kitchen with Fannie Farmer,” (Recorder, Jan. 17). My mother, Dorothy Moore Aubry, was a proud 1945 graduate of Miss Farmers’s school. Mom was a fine home cook and a bit ahead of her time...


Verdi Pocius: Fuel assitance for who?
01-20-2024 12:39 PM

I am quite upset with fuel assistance. They give assistance to all these “refugees” that come into the state before the people who were born in Massachusetts and have lived here all their lives. Yes, that means nothing. We were told there were...


Wrestling: Franklin Tech earns win over South Hadley in tightly-contested dual (PHOTOS)
01-19-2024 7:53 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

TURNERS FALLS — It’s not often these days that a dual high school wrestling meet is competitive from start-to-finish. That was the case on Friday though, when South Hadley traveled to Franklin Tech. Of the 14 weight total classes, 11 were filled and...


Without solar revenue, Turners Falls airport faces $122K shortfall
01-18-2024 4:04 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

TURNERS FALLS — With anticipated revenue from a solar project not yet in play, the Turners Falls Municipal Airport is facing a $122,000 budget shortfall for fiscal year 2024, according to Airport Manager Bryan Camden. The airport had planned to have...


Turners Falls micro-roastery aims to ‘bring people together’ over coffee
01-18-2024 12:34 PM

By LIESEL NYGARD

TURNERS FALLS — During the pandemic, Ericka Almeida felt claustrophobic. She and her husband were working from home in 2020 and it was difficult to see their friends. But when Almeida had the opportunity to socialize, it was always over coffee. “Some...


Turners Falls apartment fire displaces 8 residents
01-18-2024 11:19 AM

By MAX BOWEN

TURNERS FALLS — Eight residents have been displaced following a second-alarm fire Wednesday night at 12 H St.According to the Turners Falls Fire Department, none of the residents of the two-apartment building were hurt, though one firefighter...


Earl Lorden, 1942 Turners Falls baseball team to be inducted into Western Mass. Baseball Hall of Fame
01-17-2024 6:37 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

The 1942 Turners Falls High School baseball team, and its head coach, continue to be recognized for their accomplishments. The Western Massachusetts Baseball Hall of Fame announced its 11th Hall of Fame class this week and the 1942 team was selected...


Aquatics classes head to Turners Falls High School during YMCA pool repairs
01-15-2024 4:00 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — Thanks to a partnership with the Gill-Montague Regional School District, the aquatics programming at Franklin County’s YMCA can continue for the duration of renovation work on its 75-year-old pool.The YMCA’s pool closed on Jan. 1 for an...


Same Scottys, different owners: Turners Falls convenience store has new couple at helm
01-11-2024 2:36 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

TURNERS FALLS — Stroll into Scottys at 66 Unity St. sometime soon and you may see Bobbi Marguet, just as you have for the past 15 years. She might be behind the counter, helping a customer or greeting a delivery truck driver. The only difference is...


‘A world of enchantment and sorcery’ awaits ‘The Tempest’ audiences in Turners Falls
01-05-2024 2:29 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

The Young Shakespeare Players East theater program promises to transport audiences to “a world of enchantment and sorcery” during four performances of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” next weekend.The play, which lasts two hours and 45 minutes,...


Great Falls Discovery Center kicks off year of ‘Food, Farms and Factories’ programming
01-05-2024 2:05 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

Riding into the new year on the coattails of the success of the Smithsonian “Crossroads: Change in Rural America” exhibit, the Great Falls Discovery Center in Turners Falls has announced a year of programming centered around the theme “Food, Farms and...


White Bridge in Turners Falls down to one lane for structural repairs
01-03-2024 9:58 AM

By CHRIS LARABEE

TURNERS FALLS — As the state Department of Transportation (MassDOT) begins work this week on structural steel and concrete repairs, the White Bridge at the base of Turners Falls Road is expected to have alternating one-way traffic through at least the...


Brian Smith: Why are we destroying ourselves?
01-02-2024 4:31 PM

I love my spaceship. It’s so fragile and I wish to leave it better than I received it. What say you? This all could end in a minute and we are so oblivious to it.Why are we fighting and not helping? We think we are creators but all we do is destroy....


Brian Prescott: Letter gave a laugh
01-01-2024 7:22 PM

I enjoyed Dan Manka’s humorous Dec. 27 letter about Lincoln and Trump having both stood for the American Way. That was very funny!Brian PrescottTurners Falls


Montague Notebook: Jan. 2, 2024
01-01-2024 5:04 PM

Talk focusing on canal history TURNERS FALLS — The Great Falls Discovery Center will host “Going Against the Flow: The History of Montague’s Navigational Canal” on Saturday, Jan. 27, from 2 to 3 p.m.Participants will learn about the original canal...


Walt Gorman: Hopes 2024 will be a better year 
12-27-2023 3:54 PM

This year hasn’t been one of my favorites, but if Donald Trump was president, that certainly would’ve helped. I knew Joe Biden was going to be a disaster. Intelligent people knew that. He’s a divisive swamp creature, and I hope he gets thrown out on...


PHOTO: Sky lights
12-21-2023 6:04 PM


Montague Selectboard issues regulations for dangerous dog after November attack
12-20-2023 12:33 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

MONTAGUE — The Selectboard has placed restrictions on a pit bull it deemed dangerous after the animal mortally wounded a chihuahua last month.Tyson, who resides on K Street, must be neutered, microchipped and vaccinated on top of being under an...


PHOTOS: Merry music and meals at The United Arc’s holiday party
12-20-2023 11:43 AM

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