16 min ago
Northampton License Commission finds Tully O'Reilly's and The Elevens in violation
NORTHAMPTON - One might look like a DJ, sound like a DJ and be advertized as a DJ, but that doesn't make him a DJ.
16 min ago
Former Northampton DPW worker Karen Bouquillon's case on drug, OUI counts finalized
NORTHAMPTON - The city's former solid waste manager has resolved legal issues stemming from an incident in April when police responding to a report of a car crashed into a tree said they found her intoxicated.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
National Priorities Project: National Priorities Project Statement on ...
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. - December 3 - National Priorities Project today released the following statement from NPP Executive Director Jo Comerford in response to the congressional budget conference committee's failure to agree to top-line budget numbers prior to December 2, 2013.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Northampton drops case against Jason Correia, whose arrest was videotaped
NORTHAMPTON - At the direction of Mayor David J. Narkewicz, a special prosecutor retained by the city to pursue a civil disorderly conduct charge against Jonas Correia has dropped the charge, ending a case that provoked public outrage when a video of Correia's arrest by Northampton police went viral.
Parlor Room in Northampton celebrates one-year anniversary
You can stop imagining because such a place exists in reality: The Parlor Room in Northampton.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
State lawmakers advance bill that would ban fracking in Massachusetts
The Marcellus Shale's vast underground reservoir of natural gas doesn't quite stretch into Massachusetts from Pennsylvania and New York.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Jane Kaufman: Cooking for community, a pleasure
So, I'm a little obsessed with my own cooking. Like me, like my food. Like my food, like me.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
100 in Hadley join national protest against Walmart, calling for better wages, benefits
About 100 people turned out to support Walmart workers here one of many Black Friday protests all across the country calling for better wages and benefits for the company's employees.
Northampton notes: Open house at new arts center, benefit concert for the Philippines
Arts Night Out and the Northampton Community Arts Trust will host an open house and art market at 33 Hawley St. from 58 p.m. on Dec. 13 The market will continue on Saturday, December 14, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The Northampton Community Arts Trust recently bought the building with the intention of creating office and performance space for the arts.
Northampton License Commission to hear from businessman Eric Suher
NORTHAMPTON - The License Commission will begin what promises to be a regular routine of calling businessman Eric Suher before it when it meets on Wednesday.
Northampton merchants support Hot Chocolate Run to benefit Safe Passage
Runners head up Old South Street in Northampton Sunday as part of the in the 8th Annual Hot Chocolate Run to benefit Safe Passage.
Local homeowners see solar payback
Solar panels topping the back roof of Andi and Chris Hoff's house on Locke Road will cut in half the amount of energy they need to take from the grid while helping to cut down on greenhouse gases.
Sramana Mitra on Strategy
Innovation's Next Decade
Now is perhaps a good time to stop for a moment and reflect on what the next decade will be all about for the industry.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Northampton takes long-range look at flooding issues
NORTHAMPTON - Heavy overnight rains created some flooding problems in Northampton Wednesday.
State police warn commuters and Thanksgiving travelers to slow down...
SPRINGFIELD -- State police warn commuters and Thanksgiving travelers to take it easy Wednesday morning as heavy rains soak Western Massachusetts.
Viewpoint: Springfield's treasures everywhere to behold for Northampton resident
A By BARBARA BEACH The first connection and recollection I have of Springfield is of The Springfield Republican, which my father picked up and read cover to cover every Sunday, after he walked to Mass in Pittsfield.
World AIDS Day: An area director reflects on funds, access and universal testing
Betsy Shally-Jensen, director of A Positive Place, a program of Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton, is on the right, holding the programa s banner in the 2013 LGBT Parade and Pride Event in Northampton.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Glassblower Noah Rockland breathes creativity into work in Northampton studio
NORTHAMPTON -Noah J. Rockland, of Rockland Glassworks, was a student at Amherst Regional High School when he was introduced to the art of glassblowing.
Video: Dinosaur Jr members aid Community Resources for People with Autism
J. Mascis and Lou Barlow of the band Dinosaur Jr. participated in a video to support local nonprofit Community Resources for People with Autism on Valley Gives Day, which will take Dec.12.