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Sentinel & Enterprise
Their summer job: Changing lives
COURTESY PHOTO Kaytlin David, 21, of Athol, left, a participant of The Arc of Opportunity of North Central Massachusetts' Urban Youth Collaborative Program, sits with Arc client Jane Lafond, 49, of Winchendon, at the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory & Gardens in South Deerfield.
Wed May 22, 2013
Whately home uninhabitable after lightning strike
According to Whately Fire Chief John Hannum, at about 3:22 a.m. Wednesday, lightning sparked the wooden roof of the log cabin home at 17 Laurel Mountain Road.
LITTLE BIG HOUSE GALLERY, 323 Patten Road, Shelburne. 625-6697, www.littlebighousegallery.com . Season opening show.
Tue May 21, 2013
Full text: Baystate Franklin hospital president's letter on keeping services local
As spring finally comes to Franklin County, it's great to meet up again with folks we have not seen through the winter, and to enjoy the annual greening happening around us which speaks of new life.
Sun May 19, 2013
You celebrate his memory'
Recorder/Paul Franz Kathy Belanger at the end of her street, Wapping Rd in Deerfield, next to the memorial for her son, Greg Belanger, who was killed in action.
Fri May 17, 2013
Regional ambulance plan gets draft budget
After an 11-month wait, selectmen in Deerfield, Whately and Sunderland have a draft budget and agreement for a future South County ambulance service.
Thu May 16, 2013
Starting this weekend, "Follow the Thread: America's Jewish Immigrants and The Birth of the Garment Industry," a cultural history exhibit at Memorial Hall Museum and Frontier Regional School will answer that question.
Tue May 14, 2013
Indians 101: Massachusetts, 1700 to 1725
During the first quarter of the eighteenth century-1700 to 1725-the English colonies in Massachusetts sought to strengthen their dominance of the Indian nations of the regions.
Sun May 12, 2013
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Erik K. Larson
Erik K. Larson of Southbridge, president of the Shrewsbury Historical Society, at the Mountain View Cemetery.
Thu May 09, 2013
Frontier projects uncertain after Whately town meeting
The trouble is, two of the Frontier Regional School District's other three towns have only approved some of Frontier's capital requests.
Wed May 08, 2013
$15M solar array pitched in Rowe
That's two to three times the size of other solar farms proposed or built in Franklin County in recent months.
Tue May 07, 2013
North Adams Transcript
Greenberga s affiliates with Leader Home Centers
Greenberg & Sons became a part of Leader Home Centers recently, allowing the local store to provide new products and more services to customers, according to a company official.
Mon May 06, 2013
Recorder/Paul Franz Dry soil and irrigation equipment in fields along Mill Village Rd in Deerfield.
With few, if any, April showers or May rains, newly planted and transplanted crops on area farms are begging for water, and firefighters have been busy responding to brush fires around the region and the state.
Thu May 02, 2013
Deerfield selectmen appoint Wendy Foxmyn as town administrator
DEERFIELD - Deerfield Selectmen have unanimously selected Wendy L. Foxmyn, 58, to serve as town administrator until a permanent replacement is found to replace Bernie Kubiak, who plans to retire at the end of June.
Wed May 01, 2013
Great Barrington contractor reconstructs, restores historic buildings
David E. Lanoue and his contracting company are dedicated to restoring and preserving traditional architecture, such as barns and houses that date back to the 17th century.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Deerfield OKs Frontier budget request
The Frontier Regional School Committee jumped its biggest hurdle in passing its operational budget on Monday - the fiscally conservative town of Deerfield.
Good night, Irene; historic inn reopens in Deerfield
DEERFIELD -Opened in 1884, the historic Deerfield Inn has been through a plague of grasshoppers, a drought, a kitchen fire, the great flood of 1936 and tropical storm Irene in 2011.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
GCC taps Bilodeau as Distinguished Alum
When former Deerfield police officer Christopher Bilodeau, 39, got the call that he had been selected by the GCC Distinguished Alumni Committee to receive the 2013 award, his first words were "I am honored to have been chosen." That was no light remark from the person who in January received the Award for Heroism from Secretary of State Hillary ... (more)
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Sunderland selectman candidates speak on issues
On Tuesday, incumbent Selectman David Pierce will vie for re-election against challenger Peter Murphy for a second three-year term.