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Man Shows Cops His Biceps When Asked About Gun In Home
Police in Northampton, Mass. responded to a call about a man with a firearm in his possession Monday, but all they received was a ticket to the gun show.
19 hrs ago
Rock Voices to sing Motown hits at Academy of Music in Northampton
If you see people dancing in the streets of Northampton this Saturday, don't be alarmed.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Mercantile in Amherst moving to former Food for Thought North Pleasant Street site
The Mercantile is not technically in the Carriage Shops but a neighbor, rubbing elbows with the shops that are part of the strip and that are slowly moving out.
Try Making a a Painterly Collagea
CHICOPEE, Mass. "Painterly Collage" is an art form that you can do with your kids this weekend and Alexandra Sheldon from Snow Farm in Williamsburg told us more about it.
Deadline looms to save Sexual Minorities Archives in Northampton; curator Bet Power seeks help
NORTHAMPTON - In two days, the fate of the Sexual Minorities Archives will become clearer: if the center can't raise $2,275 by Thursday, it could be forced to shut down.
Richard Michelson's new children's book, 'S is for Sea ...
Richard Michelson, owner of the Richard Michelson Gallery in Northampton, is out with a new children's alphabet book with a sea theme.
Review of Ophthalmology
Premier, established Ophthalmology Practice in Northampton, Massachusetts, seeks experienced Ophthalmic Technician/ Assistant with excellent refraction skills and a working knowlege of A-Scans, Fundus Photography, OCT, Topography and Visual fields to work closely with our physicians and ophthalmic clinical staff.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Community Foundation's popular Valley Gives set for Dec. 10
"Valley Gives," a 24-hour e-philanthropy event in Western Massachusetts, took place in 2013 in various places in the Pioneer Valley.
Federal emergency aid to VA could help veterans in WMass
The struggling Department of Veterans Affairs could soon be getting the financial help it needs.
Permaculture FEAST to offer 12-day course on design in Holyoke
Bill Mollison, considered the "father of permaculture," described it as "a philosophy of working with, rather than against nature; of protracted and thoughtful observation rather than protracted and thoughtless labor; and of looking at plants and animals in all their functions, rather than treating any area as a single product system."
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Damon Road in Northampton to close Aug. 9 and 10 for track upgrade
A section of Damon Road in Northampton will be closed to through traffic for the weekend of August 9 and 10. The road needs to close so workers can upgrade the railroad crossing between King Street and Industrial Drive, said Mayor David Narkewicz.
Northampton's One Bar & Grill set to open in former Tully O'Reilly's/Elevens space
Every restaurant and bar wants to be "number one," but soon there will be a venue in Northampton that can claim it actually is-in name, anyway.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Decision still to be made on sales tax free weekend
State lawmakers will break for the Summer on July 31st. The Massachusetts sales tax free weekend has been rolled into a jobs bill that hasn't been voted on.
State Fire Marshal's office: Witness saw lightning hit rear deck ...
NORTHAMPTON — Investigators determined that a lightning strike sparked the blaze that destroyed a North Farms Road home early Thursday after talking with a woman who had been dog-sitting there, a spokeswoman for the state Fire Marshal's office said.
Bears, bears everywhere: Bruins keep popping up in places heavily populated by people
A family of bears makes a beeline for a tree at a Lavoie Avenue home in Ludlow. Shy bears used to stick mostly to the heavily wooded sections of Western Massachusetts west of the Connecticut River.
Club Scout: The Roof, Diva's to coexist at same Northampton location
There seems to be some misinformation going around about one of Northampton's most popular nightclubs, so allow me to straighten everything out.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Habitat for Humanity invites public to home dedication and blessing in Florence
Pioneer Valley Habitat for Humanity will dedicate and bless a new home in Florence Sunday afternoon, and the public is invited to help celebrate.
Sidewalk sales make for a busy downtown Northampton
Thursday until Sunday, downtown Northampton will be bustling with shoppers looking for a bargain.
Restaurant owner Claudio Guerra's Northampton home destroyed in...
Northampton Fire Chief Brian Duggan said no one was injured in a Thursday morning blaze that destroyed a 6,500-square-foot home on North Farms Road.