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Great Falls Middle School and Turners Falls High School Honor Roll, First Quarter
12-17-2023 4:52 PM

Sixth GradeFirst Honors: Abigail Billings, Jonathan Bones, Lylah Brocklesby, Eliza Carew, Andrew Eichorn, Cooper Hobbs, Lailah Jenks, Page Katsoulis, Ava Laffey, Silas Lively, Axel Martin Ovalle, Nethanel Martin, Daisha Ovalle Perez, Gracie Jo Philip,...

Turners Falls shooting suspect can be released on $20K bail, judge rules
12-15-2023 3:33 PM


GREENFIELD — The Springfield man accused of shooting a man in Turners Falls during the summer and fleeing the scene can be released on $20,000 bail, a Franklin County Superior Court judge ruled this week.Gil Viera, 30, of Springfield, had previously...

Montague and Gill Notebook: Dec. 13, 2023
12-12-2023 4:21 PM

Musica Franklin students to perform with Leala Cyr TURNERS FALLS — Join Musica Franklin at Sheffield Elementary School on Thursday, Dec. 14, from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. for a student performance and family-friendly concert with jazz vocalist and trumpet...

8 seniors honored for ‘outstanding’ academic achievement, community involvement
12-08-2023 5:29 PM


TURNERS FALLS — Each year, students from across the state, including in Franklin County and the North Quabbin region, are recognized by their respective superintendents for their academic achievement and community involvement.The annual award is...

Officials gathering feedback on Carnegie Public Library’s improvement needs in Montague
12-07-2023 1:30 PM


MONTAGUE — Library officials are continuing to gather community feedback as they put together an application seeking state funding for the expansion of the existing Carnegie Public Library or the construction of a new one. Over the past year, Montague...

Annual Turners Falls holiday event expands to Millers Falls
12-06-2023 2:24 PM


MONTAGUE — Two holiday markets will take place this weekend highlighting the uniqueness of the distinct villages that host them.The 10th annual “It’s a Wonderful Night in Turners Falls” is set for Friday, Dec. 8, from 4 to 8 p.m. It will be followed...

State officials celebrate Community One Stop for Growth grants in Turners Falls
12-05-2023 5:19 PM


TURNERS FALLS — Representatives from the state Executive Office of Economic Development and MassDevelopment took to the village on Tuesday to celebrate $8.5 million in awards made through the 2024 Community One Stop for Growth program, including...

PHOTO: Steely-eyed hunter
12-05-2023 9:54 AM

Pedestrian struck by vehicle in Turners Falls
12-01-2023 6:20 PM


TURNERS FALLS — A female pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Friday afternoon near the intersection of Avenue A and 5th Street, Montague Police Lt. Chris Bonnett confirmed.The incident was reported at 3:59 p.m. According to Turners Falls Fire Capt....

Montague and Erving Notebook: Dec. 2, 2023
12-01-2023 3:19 PM

Visit with Santa at bank on Saturday TURNERS FALLS — Santa will visit Greenfield Savings Bank at 282 Avenue A on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. to noon. Children can bring their holiday wish lists to give to Santa, have their photos taken with him by...

Brian Smith: How independent voters can save country
12-01-2023 12:48 PM

As an independent voter, I believe independent voters can end this dangerous fascist talk coming from Donald Trump. If all independents voted Republican against Trump, then we could save this country early before the election.Independents have the...

PHOTOS: Becoming master chefs
11-26-2023 1:23 PM

Montague Notebook: Nov. 27, 2023
11-24-2023 12:03 PM

NMH invites community to Vespers concertGILL — Northfield Mount Hermon School will celebrate the winter holiday season with two Vespers performances — featuring choral and orchestral music, carols and readings — on Sunday, Dec. 3, at 3:30 p.m. and 7...

Patrons’ support for former 2nd Street Baking Co. continues — in Maine
11-23-2023 2:49 PM


TURNERS FALLS — Even after moving to Fourth Street in 2012, the former 2nd Street Baking Co. kept its name, a message from owner Laura Puchalski to her faithful patrons that she wouldn’t forget the business’ history. Now, more than a decade later and...

Walt Gorman: What I’m thankful for 
11-22-2023 9:22 AM

I’m thankful for this nation’s veterans.I’m thankful that veterans were on the front page of the Nov. 13 Recorder.I’m thankful for the faculty and students in our Franklin County schools who welcome veterans.I’m thankful that whenever I drive by the...

Montague Notebook: Nov. 22, 2023
11-21-2023 5:07 PM

Veterans services offered monthly ERVING — The Erving Senior & Community Center at 1 Care Drive offers veterans services on the first Wednesday of every month from 1 to 3 p.m.For more information, call the center at 413-423-3649.Social painting...

Brian Smith: Trump and the Republicans
11-21-2023 3:22 PM

It is time for the Republicans to step up and save the Grand Old Party. To do so would be a sacrifice personally and temporarily for Republicans. They must throw him out of the party and let him run independently. If the Republicans really love their...

Meal distributions benefit those in need across Franklin County
11-20-2023 5:35 PM


Thanks to charity efforts across Franklin County, organizers have spread thanks far beyond their own dinner tables by distributing Thanksgiving meals to families in need.Helping HandsWith help from about a dozen Turners Falls High School students and...

Environmental advocates hosting ‘people’s hearing’ on Connecticut River rights
11-16-2023 2:28 PM


TURNERS FALLS — Song, poetry and testimony will flow freely at the Shea Theater Arts Center on Saturday as environmental advocates protest FirstLight Hydro Generating Co.’s operations on the Connecticut River.The Connecticut River Defenders’ “A...

With six contaminants found in soil, future unclear for Turners Falls housing project
11-14-2023 5:27 PM


TURNERS FALLS — The future of a planned housing development on First Street is uncertain after environmental tests showed six contaminants in the parcel’s soil.A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment was conducted at the town-owned, 0.65-acre lot by...

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