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Northampton man pleads guilty to drug charges
NORTHAMPTON - A local man was sentenced to two years in jail Friday after pleading guilty to cocaine charges in Hampshire Superior Court .
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Ludlow Planning Board approves proposed zoning amendment permitting medical marijuana facility
An employee stands behind medical marijuana clone plants at a medical marijuana facility in Oakland, Calif., in this file photo.
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MassDOT approves final funding for Springfield's Union Station
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has given the green light to finance the final part of the first phase of Union Station's redevelopment.
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Flash freeze for Thursday morning commute, bitter cold returns
A blast of cold temperatures, strong winds and a flash freeze on area roadways Thursday morning reminds residents of western Massachusetts that winter isn't officially over yet.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
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House, Senate leaders agree
Massachusetts cities and towns would be guaranteed a $125 million increase across the state's two biggest local aid accounts under a resolution announced Wednesday by top House and Senate Democrats.
I love what it has become'
A five-minute stroll through that light-filled, clean space can lift spirits and inspire creativity.
Still moving forward
In many ways, Mark Mulcahy comes off as a throwback, a musician whose time has come and, for all intents and purposes, gone.
Is Social Justice 'Sexy'?
IT WAS AN average afternoon in the college town of Northampton, Mass. I was sitting at a local coffee shop sipping a latte when I overheard the conversation between two students comparing laptop decals."
Legalized, Taxed Marijuana Would Generate .1% of MA Budget
Based on the recent revenue reports from Colorado that showed t hem taking $2 million in taxes from the legalized sale of marijuana in January, if the Commonwealth were to legalize and tax marijuana in a similar manner, the state could generate roughly $32 million annually -- which is less than .01% of Massachusetts FY14 $34 billion budget.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse suspends use of city-issued vehicle, will...
Holyoke Mayor Alex B. Morse holds up the car keys he said his cousin took without permission early Saturday, as the cousin was arrested for drunken-driving the mayor's city-issued Ford Taurus.
Florence Savings Bank provides grants to 25 agencies in annual Customers' Choice program
For 10 weeks this summer, 600 children across Hampshire county, into the hilltowns, will have nutritional food provided to them by the Northampton Survival Center to replace the reduced-cost lunches they will not get in school.
Seth Kellogg's Birds of the Air: Larks in the meadows a special treat
On March 6, the sun shone on our land for 11 and a half hours, long enough to finally blow the polar winds away.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Northampton seeking to improve stormwater bills
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. - Northampton is looking to improve its stormwater ordinance.
Holyoke mayor Alex Morse's cousin, Nicholas Duclos, pleads...
NORTHAMPTON - Nicholas Duclos, a cousin of Holyoke Mayor Alex B. Morse , pleaded innocent to drunken driving and other charges Monday in Northampton District Court.
After 35 years in Northampton, current and former owners of the Iron...
Since opening in Northampton on Feb. 24, 1979, the Iron Horse Music Hall has hosted locally-loved acts and national names in its small Center Street venue.
Worthington artist has first exhibit at Northampton gallery
Some artists can seem pretentious when speaking about their work. Not Chrissy Neithercott of Worthington.
Lahey named a Top 100 hospital
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, the flagship hospital of Lahey Health, was recently named one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
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AG candidate stops in Northampton to talk disability rights
Maura Healey, a Democratic candidate for Massachusetts attorney general, was in the Florence section of the city on Sunday, speaking about her work on disability rights.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Books So Bad They Need Sources: But Where Are The Used Bookstores of Yesteryear?
The opportunity came in a tiny used bookstore on Lower Main Street in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Wine lovers to raise glasses at WGBY Wine Lovers Weekend March 14-15
Event: WGBY Wine Lovers Weekend When: Wine and Food Tasting, March 14, Friday, 5-9 p.m.; and Wine Lovers Dinner, March 15, Saturday, 6-9 p.m. Where: Springfield Marriott Cost: Wine & Food Tasting, $49; $75 for the tasting and Connoisseur's Room.