- Earth Day’s 45th anniversary comes at a time when environmental consciousness heightened year-round
- Amherst scraps plan for solar array on capped landfill off Belchertown Road, citing delays caused by lawsuit
- The road to recovery: A year after adopting two special-needs orphans, the Schildbachs of Leverett are seeing the fruits of their love
- Former Amherst police officer Mike Kent completes 25th straight Boston Marathon
- Local Jewish, Muslim students embark on journeys of faith, understanding
MoomawDHG: Final: Amherst 11, South Hadley 0
MoomawDHG: Amherst flashing some defense â double plays to end the top of the fifth and six. Hurricanes lead 9-0.
MoomawDHG: After four: Amherst 9, South Hadley 0
MoomawDHG: Amherst leads 7-0 after two. Nadia Squitiero with a 3-run home run as part of a 6 run second inning.
CAROL LOLLIS Kimberly Ann Schildbach sits with her two children left, Jericho Poet Schildbach,8, and Anelia Ann Prayer Schildbach,7, at their home in Leverett. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Quiche made as part of an after school program called Circles for Jewish Living as a way to raise money to donate Heifer International. Purchase photo reprints »
MICKY BEDELL Suze Glenn, 67, leads an osteo-excercise class in the Hatfield Senior Center on Friday, located in the basement of the town hall. From left, Dolores Mosakewicz, Glenn, Roberta Slysz, 73, and Bernice Kellogg, 82, stretch their legs and lift their arms in the small space provided by pushing tables up against the wall. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Easthampton High School seniors, from left, Claudia Marcinowski, Kyle Reynolds and Heather Sikop get help from freshmen Paul Borowski, right, and Mason Moynihan in making a video on breakfast foods in Eileen Claveloux's multimedia class. Purchase photo reprints »
DAN LITTLE Partners in Paper co-owners Peter Luke, front, and Rich West work on setting out an estimated 20,000 books for sale over the weekend at Eastworks in Easthampton. The books originated from the private collection of Clarendon Van Norman in Neversink, New York. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS right, Keira Durrett, waits for, Johanna Korpita, the second grade teacher at the Anne T Dunphy School in Williamsburg, and Nicholas Por to pass down cups with Trout Fry in them to be released into the Mill River. Purchase photo reprints »
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