Local obituary notices in Northampton, MA
Monday Aug 24 | via MassLive.com
The husband, mother and estate of a woman who died in childbirth at Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton in 2013 has sued the hospital and seven of its employees NORTHAMPTON - The husband, mother and estate of a woman who died in childbirth at Cooley Dickinson Hospital in 2013 has sued the hospital and seven of its employees claiming negligence, loss of consortium and intentional infliction of emotional distress in connection with her death. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 12 | via The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Born in Passaic, she lived in Verona for 55 years. She was a proud graduate of Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts and had a master's degree in urban studies from New Jersey City University. Comment?
Monday Aug 10 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
He is survived by his wife, Patricia McGrath; his sons Brendan Leith of Northampton and Jonathan Leith and his wife, Marcella of New York City; his two sisters, Deborah Nance and her husband, Raymond of Beverly, and Gretchen Prunier and her husband, Rob of Worcester; his brother, Duncan Leith and his wife, Jennifer of Holden; his in-laws, Tim and Carol McGrath of Leicester; many nieces and nephews. He was born in Worcester, on May 30, 1947. Comment?
Saturday Aug 8 | via Patch.com
"She was a proud graduate of Smith College in Northampton, MA and has a Masters in Urban Studies from New Jersey City University. "Mrs. Kistner retired 5 months ago after a 37 year career with the Verona Board of Education, where she taught Social Studies and was in charge of the Gifted and Talented Program at HB Whitehorne School. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 5 | via Dayton Daily News
News Death Notice WELLS, Geraldine Age 75 of Washington Township, passed away Tuesday, August 4, 2015. She was born December 10, 1939 in Northampton, MA, to the late Austin and Tille McKenna. Comment?
Monday Aug 3 | via Philly.com
THAT WAS FRED Cusick's panicked voice shouting, "Budd! Budd! Budd! No! Don't!" when R. Budd Dwyer, a disgraced public official, put the barrel of a .357 Magnum pistol in his mouth during a crowded news conference and pulled the trigger. Fred, a veteran Inquirer journalist who thought he had seen everything, was sitting in the front row of reporters convened in Harrisburg on Jan. 22, 1987, to hear Dwyer, the state treasurer facing prison on fraud charges, defend himself. Comment?
Friday Jul 31 | via MassLive.com
Stephen J. Smith , 66, of the Florence section of Northampton passed away on Monday. He worked for over 35 years at the Hazen Paper Co. Comment?
Jul 23, 2015 | via Sentinel & Enterprise
The collage of letter 'J' on today's front page was created for "The Alphabet" by Joe Riedel, in Northampton, Mass. The legend of Johnny Appleseed , born in Leominster in 1774, can actually be considered a tall tale. Comment?
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