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NORTHAMPTON - At the direction of Mayor David J. Narkewicz, a special prosecutor retained by the city to pursue a civil disorderly conduct charge against Jonas Correia has dropped the charge, ending a case that provoked public outrage when a video of Correia's arrest by Northampton police went viral.
Whenever I'm having a bad day, or am so stressed out that I can feel the bags growing under my eyes, there is one book series that I always turn to for comfort.
Strike up the University of Massachusetts marching band. There have been few announcements more momentous than last week's that the University of Massachusetts will soon open a satellite outreach center in the heart of downtown Springfield.
The 26th annual "Christmas in November" craft fair takes place Nov. 30, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., in St. Patrick's Social Center on Main and School streets.
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Services are rendered and no arrests are made. n 2:45 p.m.: Jordan Lee Keele-Williamson, 29, of Robbins Avenue, is arrested by police and is charged with breaking and entering in the daytime for a felony, larceny from a building, possessing burglarious instruments and vandalizing property.
AMHERST - One of the major property owners in downtown Amherst has added to his portfolio, buying the building at 32-36 Main Street for $1.4 million Amherst Building LLC, owned by Barry Roberts , closed on the deal with Amherst Realty Co.
J. Mascis and Lou Barlow of the band Dinosaur Jr. participated in a video to support local nonprofit Community Resources for People with Autism on Valley Gives Day, which will take Dec.12.
The University of Massachusetts plans to establish a permanent presence in Springfield by opening the school's first satellite center in the state's third-largest city next fall.