Monday Mar 3
The Bennington Banner
Dollhouse and Toy Museum opens new exhibit
The Dollhouse and Toy Museum of Vermont has a new exhibit featuring the decorative tin boxes of Jane Radocchia, a local architect and historian who specializes in restorations of historic houses.
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Monday Mar 3
CBS 3 Springfield
State police confiscated 591 bags of heroin and cash following a traffic stop.
The passenger of a Vermont vehicle claimed ownership of more than 500 bags of heroin following a traffic stop at about 5 p.m. Saturday.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
An in-depth look at Dartmouth's rich, 350-year history
"Now, instead of a sleepy little farm town, Dartmouth has become a big town. I don't know if that's for the better but it has certainly changed drastically," said George, a Select Board member and third-generation owner of the John George Farm.
Prolonged arctic chill causing concern for maple syrup producers in Western Massachusetts
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellin said this week that the unusually harsh winter plaguing much of the United States may be behind soft economic numbers, although it is hard to determine.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Greenfield man killed in single-vehicle crash on I-91 in Franklin County
WHATELY — Massachusetts State Police closed a stretch of Interstate 91 south in Franklin County Saturday morning following a fatal car crash that left a Greenfield man dead.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Minot Daily News
Making history come alive for children
How do you pass down family history so that kids will actually be interested in it? After months of working on the family tree, I've decided to write down some of the more interesting family stories for my older nephew, who will turn 8 in a month.
Lots of ways to enjoy maple sugar season
Gould Sugar House served up maple sugar on snow to finish off the breakfast for those who can't seem to get enough of the maple syrup taste the sugar house restaurant is famous for.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Regional EMS back in play for buying library building in Whately
The possibility of basing the South County Emergency Medical Service at the Western Massachusetts Regional Library System building is back on the table.
Pot dispensary applicant gaining support
Patriot Care Corp. is the first medical marijuana dispensary hopeful in the second round of applications to meet with Greenfield Mayor William Martin about locating in town.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Enter Massachusetts Maple Producers Association's recipe contest
DEERFIELD -Not to be sappy, but the relationship between pancakes and maple syrup is a sweet one, unlikely to be shaken by any fancy new ways chefs and bakers are tapping the syrup for use in new recipes.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Second wave of Nor-easter dumps more snow
The second blow from a huge snow storm flowing up the Atlantic coast, a so-called "nor-easter", hit Western Massachusetts early Friday morning, dumping at least three more inches of snow on already slick roadways.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Roads belong to the plows
By mid-afternoon Thursday, this typically bustling farm town had grown quiet as a fast falling snow blanketed the area.
Thu Feb 06, 2014
Snow day: Sloppy storm dumps heavy, wet snow, causes numerous traffic mishaps across Massachusetts
Wednesday's snowstorm kept public safety officials busy as they responded to numerous crashes and stranded vehicles across the Bay State.