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Noted yoga teacher Jean Erlbaum pens book to 'Sit With Less Pain'
GREENFIELD -Two upcoming book signing events will include a chair yoga class for participants to sample stretches offered in the featured book - "Sit With Less Pain: Gentle Yoga For Meditators and Everyone Else" by Greenfield author Jean Erlbaum.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Montague man accused of lewd acts at UMass
A Montague man believed to be responsible for two incidents in which he exposed himself to female students on the University of Massachusetts campus last week was arrested Wednesday afternoon, according to UMass police.
Williams sworn in as Greenfield's deputy police chief Thursday
While he has been on countless calls since he joined the department, one early call stuck out in his mind and he gave the crowd at his swearing-in a detailed account.
Greenfield police: Irate customer at Burger King didn't have it his way
GREENFIELD - Police were summoned to the Burger King on Bernardston Road Wednesday night after a customer became irate at the size of his sandwich.
Clearing the lane
A group of local cyclists concerned with the heavily traveled but narrow Turners Falls Road will invite volunteers to join a cleanup Saturday.
Guide at the end of the tunnel
Recovery coaches might not be the answer, but they might have an answer, or know someone who does, or have some suggestions in the right direction.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Greenfield oil spill results in lengthy cleanup
A trash collection truck spilled more than two dozen gallons of hydraulic fluid on the French King Highway Wednesday afternoon.
Avenue A bar Jake's in Turners on sales block
Jake's is up for sale. If you haven't been in, Jake's Tavern is the low stone building with Christmas lights and a courtyard on Avenue A. If you have, you might have won a live lobster.
Level 3 sex offender list of 52 names released for Springfield & Western Massachusetts
Police in Springfield, Northampton and Greenfield have released information about level 3 sex offenders residing in each community, as required by Massachusetts state law.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Study: Medical marijuana states have fewer deaths
The study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association looked at medical marijuana laws and death certificate data in all 50 states between 1999 and 2010.
Springfield College group home for deaf prepares for 1st residents
Katherine "Kate" Giknis, 23, will make history next month when she becomes one of the first residents at a new group home for the deaf at Springfield College , which will be operated by the Center for Human Development.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Lower gas prices impacting drivers
The national average price of gasoline dropped 23 cents during the past nine weeks and with Labor Day weekend ahead it could make an impact on your tank.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Residents of some Western Massachusetts communities, including Greenfield, Northampton and Holyoke, will be getting a Christmas present they haven't had in 30 years - a new train.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
When Bill "Lefty" Goldfarb got the call Wednesday morning from Four Star Farms in Northfield saying, "The fog's rising, we'll probably start picking in about half an hour," he and his crew at Lefty's Brewing Co.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Greenfield Fire Chief Robert Strahan. Recorder/David Rainville
Mayor William Martin has confirmed the appointment of former Deputy Chief Robert Strahan and said Edward Jarvis, who also applied for the job, will remain the town's provisional deputy fire chief.
'Ring-leader' of New York-to-Massachusetts car insurance...
GREENFIELD - A Taiwan native alleged to be the ring-leader of the biggest car insurance fraud operation in Western Massachusetts history was ordered held on $100,000 bail Friday after pleading not guilty Friday to more than 100 charges.
13 out of 38 suspects arraigned for insurance fraud
The individuals are all from the New York City area. They range in age from 32 to 64 years old.
Editorial: More power for community
Greenfield Mayor William Martin's push to create a municipal conduit for electrical power may not be unique - there are plenty of communities that have their own municipal electric utility - but it's important nevertheless.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Two major - Lucky For Life' lottery tickets are about to expire
Two major winning lottery tickets purchased last year in the "Lucky For Life" game have yet to be claimed - leaving the major cash prizes to expire soon and be recycled back into the state's bank account.