- Two injuries at Connecticut River rope swing highlight challenges of remote rescues
- Veterans Affairs Medical Center officials detail improvements in patient access, wait times
- Pond users dislike idea of fees, permits at Puffer’s
- Australian TE Travis Reynolds excited to be at UMass, eager to make an impact
- Northampton Police hiring new officers, promoting from within to deal with 12 vacancies in the department in the last 1½ years
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JERREY ROBERTS Workers from T Ford Company, in Georgetown, Mass., set up a pump Monday, part of their effort to repair footings at the base of the Mill River dam at Smith College. They estimate the work will be finished in two or three months. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Rebecca Hull of Amherst and her seven-year-old saluki, Tassle, pause to enjoy the cool air below Puffer's Pond dam during a walk in North Amherst on Sunday. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Kyle McGillvran, left, and Brian O'Sullivan, both graduate students in accounting at the University of Massachusetts, shoot hoops on a shady court near the UMass Research Administration building on Butterfield Terrace in Amherst on Sunday. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Northampton firefighter Andy Pelis, center, greets Northampton Police Sgt. Patrick Moody, in ball cap, following Northampton Fire Rescue's 16-8 loss to the Northampton Police Dept. in the first "Battle of the Badges" charity flag football game on Saturday. Purchase photo reprints »
GREG SAULMON Carol I. Chandler of Chester sketches a scene at Childs Park in Northampton Friday morning. Chandler was preparing to meet at the park with other members of the Hilltown Plein Air Painters group. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Addie, center, a two-year-old yellow lab, shakes off after a dip in the Fort River during a trip to Amherst's Wentworth Farm Conservation Area with dog walker Katherine Welch of Amherst on Wednesday. Also enjoying the watering hole are, from left, Matilda, a seven-year-old golden doodle, Mazie, a three-year-old miniature schnauzer, Harriet, a cockapoo, and Welch's own Tiger, an eight-year-old puggle, digging deep into the cool mud. Purchase photo reprints »
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