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Holyoke brush fire burns 26 acres on the former Mount Tom Ski Area
Photographer Christopher Evans posted this photo of a brush fire on Holyoke's Mount Tom to his personal Twitter account.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Robert Meeropol, former chief of Rosenberg Fund for Children in Easthampton, to be honored
Robert Meeropol, and his daughter Jennifer Meeropol, are seen in this 2013 file photo, in the Rosenberg Fund for Children office in Easthampton.
Accused murderer Ryan Welch pleads not guilty to stabbing fellow inmate with a pen
NORTHAMPTON - Accused murdered Ryan D. Welch pleaded not guilty to stabbing a fellow inmate at the Hampshire County House of Correction with a pen Friday in Northampton District Court.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Story and photos by Terence Hegarty SPRINGFIELD - Celebrating the beginning of the holiest days in the life of the church, Holy Week, Catholics from the Diocese of Springfield participated More than 900 faithful from around the diocese packed themselves into the pews of the cathedral for the celebration of the ancient Holy Week ritual, an important ... (more)
Mon Apr 14, 2014
From farm animal to filet mignon: The path from farm to plate of local meat in Western Massachusetts
This story is the second of several on the topic of local food. Future stories will look at the costs of local vs. nonlocal meat, the scarcity of USDA-inspected slaughterhouses in the state, and the future of the local food movement in Western Massachusetts.
Easthampton artist's exhibit captures local landscapes
With spring in full swing now, the New England landscape will soon be lush and gorgeous.
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18 given scholarships named after bullying victim
A foundation named after a Springfield sixth-grader who hanged himself after being relentlessly bullied has handed out $19,000 in college scholarships to 18 high school students.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
James Kelly-Weir denies stealing from elderly Easthampton man in Hampshire Superior Court arraignment
A 37-year-old Springfield man pleaded not guilty to 40 charges uttering a false check, check forgery, larceny over $250 from a person 60 and older or disabled among other charges in Hampshire Superior Court Friday morning.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
New Easthampton arts collective to showcase 10 artists' works
Soren Mason Temple is pursuing her artistic dreams by painting dreams of other people-like a whale in a party hat giving self-help advice.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Judge appoints new lawyer in Easthampton motor vehicle homicide case
Mauricio Velasquez talks to former defense counsel Jonah Goldsmith at his arraignment.
Works by Easthampton artist Lauren Parent on display for month of April
This work, "Antiope," by Lauren Parent is included in an exhibit through April 29 at Easthampton City Arts+ gallery at old Town Hall.
Garden news: April 9, 2014
Garden club scholarships Monson - The Monson Garden Club has announced that applications for its high school and college scholarships are now available to students who are continuing their education in any branch of the life, natural or environmental sciences.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Morris Elementary principal applies for Lenox superintendent post
Morris Elementary School principal Timothy Lee confirmed on Friday that he will apply for the post to be vacated by Schools Superintendent Edward W. Costa II, who plans to retire on June 30. "I'm certainly interested, it would be a really good opportunity to remain in Lenox," Lee told The Eagle.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
John Provost accepts Northampton school superintendent job
NORTHAMPTON - John Provost, the School Committee's overwhelming choice for school superintendent, told city leaders this morning he has decided to accept the job.
Easthampton teenager on bicycle hospitalized after being struck by hit-and-run driver
EASTHAMPTON - Authorities are probing a hit-and-run incident involving a motorist and a teenage bicyclist who was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries Thursday evening.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Easthampton fire causes $90K damage to Nini's Ristorante...
Easthampton firefighters on the scene of a fire at Nini's Ristorante on Cottage Street.
Section of Manhan Rail Trail in Easthampton remains closed as...
Will Bundy owner of Eastworks in Easthampton, left, and Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Gregory Bialecki during a tour in which the Pleasant Street mill project was explained.
Family Matters: April 3, 2014
Salamanders and frogs - In Mass Audubon's "Salamanders and Frogs of Vernal Pools," you will learn about these amphibians by playing a game and equipped with nets, seeing what you can find in the vernal pool.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Northampton man charged with attempted murder in attack on woman in Easthampton to get a new lawyer
NORTHAMPTON - The case of a Northampton man charge with attempted murder took a step backward Tuesday when a judge granted his lawyer's request to withdraw.