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Tricks of the trade are always helpful, especially when it comes to makeup and beauty! Crystal Vazquez is the owner of Crystal Vazquez & Company in Easthampton and she joined us to share advice! 1. Make your mascara last by adding 4-5 drops of eye drops to your tube when you feel like it dries up. To avoid it drying up avoid pumping your wand in the tube because that allows air in.
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EASTHAMPTON - The works of artists who spent the week of Sept. 6-13 painting outdoors within Easthampton will be on display at the Nash Gallery and at Christine's Bean Sprout Cafe, both on Cottage Street, through Oct. 8. The paintings and pastels were created as part of the gallery's seventh annual "Paint Out En Plein Air Painting Contest."
It's almost time to turn off the A/C, and turn on your heat. When it comes to types of fuel, Natural Gas is still cheaper than oil.
NORTHAMPTON - The jury in the Ryan Welch murder trial Thursday heard a frantic Jessica Pripstein tell a dispatcher that her boyfriend was trying to kill her moments before her throat was slashed. The 911 recording was played while police dispatcher Mary Dzialo was on the witness stand in the first day of testimony.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers are scheduled to make opening remarks in the first-degree murder trial of Ryan Welch on Thursday. The 38-year-old Welch is charged with fatally stabbing 39-year-old Jessica Ann Pripstein in her Easthampton apartment in February 2012.
EASTHAMPTON - Easthampton library director Stephanie Sueppel has stepped down after two months and six days on the job, reports the Daily Hampshire Gazette . Sueppel, 50, started work as director of the Emily Williston Memorial Library on July 1. She moved to Easthampton from Iowa, where she had for five months been director of the Algona Public Library.
Easthampton election workers Betty Burnham and Joanne Slattery pulling the tape at the close of the polls Tuesday night. EASTHAMPTON - Nearly 14 percent, or 1,596 of Easthampton's 11,456 registered voters turned out for the state primary Tuesday, according to City Clerk Barbara Labombard.
With 8% of precincts reporting as of 8:50 P.M, Leahy received 602 votes or 72% over Holyoke Fire Commission Chairman Christopher Hopewell, who received 234 votes or 28%. 22News reporter Matt Caron is at Leahy's victory party at the Dam Cafe in Holyoke, where the candidate is about to declare victory.
National Nonwovens CEO A.J. Centofanti says the company's technology upgrades will help it compete in the global marketplace. EASTHAMPTON - An Easthampton textile manufacturer will be before the city's Planning Board tonight seeking approval for a pair of antennas to provide a high-speed data communications link between its two buildings.
State Sen. Donald F. Humason Jr., R-Westfield has announced office hours for Easthampton constituents at the Easthampton Senior Center Sept. 16. Humason and staff members will be at Easthampton's Senior Center, located at 19 Union St., from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to chat and discuss issues and concerns.
HADLEY - State environmental officials, hikers, politicians and others gathered at the top of Mount Holyoke at Joseph A. Skinner State Park Monday for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the re-opening of the historic Summit House. The former hotel's wraparound porch, with its panoramic views of the Pioneer Valley, was closed in 2010 because of structural problems.
NORTHAMPTON - The court was on the cusp of picking a jury in the Ryan Welch murder trial Monday, selecting 15 of 16 projected jurors from a jury pool of more than 90. Judge Daniel Ford and the lawyers in the case nearly achieved their goal in a single day, but fell one juror short as they seated eight women and seven men. Although the jury will be culled to 12 when it comes time to deliberate, the court usually picks additional jurors for long trials in the event that a juror falls sick or has to leave for some other reason.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 01:23 pm
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