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Tom Denault: Criticism of high school sports officials
01-29-2024 3:40 PM

On Thursday, I read an amazing article titled “Officials deal with fan criticism,” [Recorder, Jan. 25]. Very well written and informative.I recently attended a young women’s hockey game at Deerfield Academy where Deerfield hosted Choate. The game was...


Springfield man, others face charges in North Quabbin drug trafficking ring
01-19-2024 5:19 PM

GREENFIELD — Josiah Cheeseboro, 24, of Springfield, was arraigned in Franklin County Superior Court on Thursday on several drug-related felony charges, according to the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office.Cheeseboro’s arrest at his Springfield...


Springfield man arrested in Whately on drug trafficking, firearm charges
01-05-2024 1:44 PM

WHATELY — State Police arrested a Springfield man Tuesday night on charges of trafficking fentanyl and illegal possession of a firearm after a traffic stop on Interstate 91.Mathew Lopez, 21, was arrested on the evening of Jan. 2 after State Police...


All aboard: Train travel picks up steam in Pioneer Valley, region
12-26-2023 5:49 PM

By EMILEE KLEIN

NORTHAMPTON — New York resident Cara Erdman can’t drive to her family’s home in Northampton for the holidays.Erdman lives in the city and rides public transit for transportation. Since she doesn’t own a car, Erdman often rides Amtrak’s Vermonter line...


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

By DOMENIC POLI

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...


Bernardston widower remembers wife after driver pleads guilty, sentenced in fatal Springfield crash
12-12-2023 5:42 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

SPRINGFIELD — With the world gripped by COVID-19 restrictions, George Miller III and Gayle Ball were treated to a surprise drive-by parade of guests after tying the knot in May 2020 in a socially distanced, seven-person wedding at Magic Wings...


My Turn: A message of welcome to the LGBTQ+ community
12-05-2023 3:30 PM

By BISHOP WILLIAM D. BYRNE and MEMBERS of CATHOLICS FOR INCLUSION

In 2021, Pope Francis instituted a call to every Catholic congregation, and beyond, to take part in a worldwide synod, an invitation to even non-Catholics who wished to participate, to listen to people and ask how the Holy Spirit was moving them, and...


Giving students ‘a seat at the table’: Youth Climate Summit hosts schools for action plans to curb crisis
11-22-2023 3:32 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

BUCKLAND — Nine Mohawk Trail Regional School eighth graders were among the more than 130 students from across western Massachusetts to attend a recent Youth Climate Summit, exploring how they can spearhead change to address the climate crisis.“I...


Different name, same mission: Belmonte back with annual march against hunger
11-16-2023 6:21 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

Don’t worry, radio personality Christopher “Monte” Belmonte will still push a shopping cart 43 miles from Springfield to Greenfield to raise money to combat food insecurity. The journey will simply have a different name.This year marks the first March...


Diocese adds new credible findings against late, defrocked priest Richard Lavigne 
11-03-2023 5:36 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

SHELBURNE FALLS — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield this week acknowledged new credible findings against the late Richard Lavigne, a convicted sex offender and former Shelburne Falls priest believed to have killed a 13-year-old altar boy in...


Dan Gallagher: Enforce high beams law
09-28-2023 5:50 PM

It is illegal to drive with your brights on and not dim them for oncoming or same side traffic, and this has become a real problem on city streets and highways. It’s obvious that if you need to have your brights on to drive at night then you shouldn’t...


My Turn: Children will learn racism if that’s what they see and hear
09-24-2023 2:54 PM

By ANDREA AYVAZIAN

Our granddaughter Fiona was about a year and a half old when she was playing with my husband and me in our backyard and a bug began circling around her. Her language skills were still quite limited at that time, and so we were surprised when she...


Former Marine from Shelburne Falls pleads not guilty to benefits theft, making false statements
09-01-2023 8:00 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

SPRINGFIELD — A former U.S. Marine was arrested Friday morning and released on conditions after pleading not guilty in a Springfield federal court to charges related to allegedly stealing benefit payments from the Department of Veterans Affairs and...


My Turn: Investment in water is an investment in our communities
07-05-2023 4:33 PM

By JOSH SCHIMMEL

With the debate and passing of many public fiscal year budgets, it is a good time to reflect on what these budgets support and the values they reflect. As we do so, consider what could be more central to our quality of life, public health, economy,...


NEPM’s Latino Advisory Board resigns in wake of station’s layoffs
04-21-2023 10:51 AM

By JAMES PENTLAND

SPRINGFIELD — New England Public Media’s Latino Advisory Board has resigned en masse over recent layoffs that its members say disproportionately affected people of color, despite NEPM management’s repeated assurances of its commitment to a...


Off to the races: Sports betting kicks off at MGM in Springfield
01-31-2023 6:56 PM

By EMILY THURLOW

SPRINGFIELD — Mayor Domenic Sarno made history at 10 o’clock Tuesday morning when he put $50 on the Philadelphia Eagles as they square off Feb. 12 against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57 in Glendale, Arizona.The Springfield mayor’s wager at...


West Springfield PD: Greenfield man stole 7 chain saws, kitchen sink
01-26-2023 7:08 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

WEST SPRINGFIELD — A Greenfield man faces charges for allegedly stealing items — including seven chain saws and a kitchen sink — from two people in West Springfield around dawn on Thursday.Michael J. Blaine, 35, of High Street, appeared in Springfield...


Spreading his wings: Former WRSI radio host Monte Belmonte heads to New England Public Media
01-05-2023 12:50 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

SPRINGFIELD — Last month, when he stepped down from WRSI 93.9 The River after nearly 17 years of hosting a morning show at the station, Christopher “Monte” Belmonte said he was not stepping away from radio. But the popular radio personality wasn’t...


VA employee from Royalston charged with possession of child pornography
08-07-2022 9:45 PM

By BRIAN STEELE

NORTHAMPTON — An employee of the Edward P. Boland Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Leeds was arrested on Thursday and is being charged with uploading and downloading child pornography via the facility’s free public Wi-Fi.Kevin Divoll, 51, of...


Former Athol man pleads not guilty to sexual assault charges in Superior Court
10-27-2021 7:41 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

GREENFIELD — A Springfield man formerly of Athol was arraigned in Franklin County Superior Court on Wednesday on more than two dozen charges related to the alleged sexual assault of two children.Jose Oquendo, 49, pleaded not guilty to seven counts...

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