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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.
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There was no shortage of young bands invoking the sounds of the '90s in 2013, from blistering pop-punk to skuzzy indie-rock, but few arrived with the personality and talent of Potty Mouth.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton was fined $6,000 by the state Department of Environmental Protection for failing to follow state regulations regarding the disposal will medical and pharmaceutical waste.
The Western New England Region of Hadassah has announced that its 2014 annual education day will take place April 6 at the Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton.
The House on Wednesday approved a sprawling $1.12 billion capital spending bill that includes $60 million for new State Police cruisers, $90 million for social, cultural and recreational projects, and $150 million to address the entire list of projects pending before the state Board of Library Commissioners.
A Bellows Falls resident was charged with three drug offenses in Greenfield, Mass., District Court Monday, two days after a traffic stop revealed she was in possession of 591 bags of heroin and four Ecstasy pills.
When I was growing up in the 1950s, Willimansett was a densely populated community on Chicopee's northern tier.
As far as passings of torches go, the Vivian Girls show in Brooklyn Sunday night made for a pretty tidy one.
Forbes Library will host an educational display about the invasive Asian longhorned beetle and emerald ash borer in its lobby during the month of March.
Film screening and directors' talk : Williams College will present a screening of " Letters from Baghdad," a work-in-progress documentary about Gertrude Bell, at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday in the Paresky Auditorium on the Williamstown campus.
NORTHAMPTON - The Mortimer Rare Book Room at Smith College aims to preserve books and manuscripts from the past and present for use by readers today and in the future.
The site of The Green Room on Saturday, March 1. Eric Suher's lounge, designed to accommodate Iron Horse patrons, passed building and license inspections.
NORTHAMPTON - A Hatfield man charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy was found not guilty last week after a brief trial in Hampshire District Court.