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  • REBECCA EVERETT
The Peter Pan Cafe at 46 Pleasant St. in Easthampton was seized by the state Department of Revenue for nonpayment of taxes. The bar is now closed.

    REBECCA EVERETT The Peter Pan Cafe at 46 Pleasant St. in Easthampton was seized by the state Department of Revenue for nonpayment of taxes. The bar is now closed. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS

    CAROL LOLLIS Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
Northampton DPW workers Duane Meehan, left, and Tim Crowningshield examine a plow Tuesday in preparation a snowstorm forecast for Wednesday.

    JERREY ROBERTS Northampton DPW workers Duane Meehan, left, and Tim Crowningshield examine a plow Tuesday in preparation a snowstorm forecast for Wednesday. Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
Vanessa Lynch, who is a member of the advisory board for Arise for Social Justice in Springfield, speaks Tuesday on the steps of Northampton City Hall during a protest in response to a grand jury decision not indict Ferguson, Missouri Police Officer Darren Wilson on any charges in the shooting death of Michael Brown. The event was co-sponsored by the Real Cost of Prisons Project and American Friends Service Committee.

    JERREY ROBERTS Vanessa Lynch, who is a member of the advisory board for Arise for Social Justice in Springfield, speaks Tuesday on the steps of Northampton City Hall during a protest in response to a grand jury decision not indict Ferguson, Missouri Police Officer Darren Wilson on any charges in the shooting death of Michael Brown. The event was co-sponsored by the Real Cost of Prisons Project and American Friends Service Committee. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS
Written on paper made available at the Umass Ferguson discussion Tuesday afternoon.

    CAROL LOLLIS Written on paper made available at the Umass Ferguson discussion Tuesday afternoon. Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
Second graders Travis Emerson, left, and Luke Pesce have fun using an iPad during iPad Play Day Monday at Ryan Road School. The play day gave parents and their children a chance to explore how iPads and its apps can impact social skills, play and learning. It was coordinated by Josh Dickson, who is a special education teacher at Ryan Road School. The iPads were borrowed from the New England Assistive Technology Center in Hartford.

    JERREY ROBERTS Second graders Travis Emerson, left, and Luke Pesce have fun using an iPad during iPad Play Day Monday at Ryan Road School. The play day gave parents and their children a chance to explore how iPads and its apps can impact social skills, play and learning. It was coordinated by Josh Dickson, who is a special education teacher at Ryan Road School. The iPads were borrowed from the New England Assistive Technology Center in Hartford. Purchase photo reprints »


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