- Heavy rains briefly close sections of Route 9 in Williamsburg
- Springfield Marine laid to rest
- Amherst native Michael Hixon comes from behind to win bronze in 1-meter diving at world championships
- South Hadley’s arts, music festival keeps on growing
- Local police officers on FBI’s Western Massachusetts Joint Terrorism Task Force work daily to investigate, foil suspected terrorist plots
MoomawDHG: Amherst wins Mantle championship 10-4.
MoomawDHG: Amherst adds 2 in the 7th and now Easthampton is down to its final three outs. 10-4
MoomawDHG: Amherst leads 8-4 and Easthampton is down to its final three outs, T7.
MoomawDHG: Amherst adds 1 then retires Easthampton in order. 7-4 Amherst, T5
MoomawDHG: Amherst adds 3, Easthampton gets 2 back. 6-4 A after 3
MoomawDHG: Amherst's Stephen McCudden enters with two on and no out. Strikes out the side to end the second. 3-2 Amherst T3
GazetteUMass: There appears to be a rainbow landing on the UMass campus. If there is a pot of gold, it could help sort out some of its financial problems
MoomawDHG: It's 3-2 Amherst after 1 in Deerfield.
MoomawDHG: I'm in Deerfield at Headmaster Field for the Mickey Mantle championship: Amherst vs. Easthampton. Amherst leading off.
mikemoranDHG: USA's Michael Hixon (Amherst) won bronze in the menâs 1-meter competition at the 2015 FINA World Championships.
JERREY ROBERTS Janet Grunwald, of Leeds, from left, Caroline Prince, 4, Elizabeth Prince, 6, Fiona Russell, and Russell's dogs Niles, front, and Caber, all of Northampton, picnic Thursday during an installment of the Music on the Porch concert series at the Florence Civic Center. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS Concert-goers gather Saturday on the Westhampton Town Common for a show by Katherine First and the Kitchen Party. It was an installment of the Field of Dreams Summer Concert Series. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS Margaret Randall, of Amherst, eats a soft-serve ice cream cone recently at Sugarloaf Frostie in Sunderland. She said she likes the drive-in because "they have very good ice cream, it's easy to get to and they have a place to sit." Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS From left, Julianne Moro of Southampton, Katie Hinkle and Ava Roberts of Easthampton and Layla Gauger of Southampton, all 8 years old and members of the Girl Scout Brownie Troop 12960, pet Promise, a horse owned by Sandra Wooding from Old Chatham, New York, while visiting the Morgan Horse Show Saturday morning in Northampton. Behind them are Nicole Roberts and Heather Brophy. Purchase photo reprints »
DAN LITTLE Diane Godek, of Southampton, right, and Mary Lou Casson, of Granby, take an opportunity for a photograph Thursday by a roadside sunflower field in Hadley. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Justine Brandes,11, of Washington, D.C., visits her grandmother in Belchertown every year, and attends camps at Stone House Farm. Purchase photo reprints »
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