- William Ryder faces more larceny charges; Susan Ryder indicted on larceny, fraud charges
- Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz names Duane Nichols new fire chief
- Following Iran brouhaha, UMass revises guidelines for international admissions
- Host of WMUA ‘Focus’ program turned off in May files grievance with UMass student-run radio station
- Gazette Boys Tennis Player of the Year: South Hadley senior Mike Miele
LaurieLoisel: William Ryder indicted 9 more counts larceny over $250, 1 life insurance fraud; Susan Ryder indicted life insurance fraud, larceny over $250
mikemoranDHG: We're releasing our player of the year and all-star teams. 1st up is boys tennis. Girls tennis goes Friday with girls track slated for Sat.
mikemoranDHG: Going with Poor-celllllllo for tomorrow's headline.
CAROL LOLLIS Sophat Kong weeds her plot of garden at the Walter Salvo house in Northamtpon. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Mayor David Narkewicz announces Duane Nichols as fire chief of Northamtpn. Purchase photo reprints »
GREG SAULMON Jack B. Pierson of Northampton, right, picks strawberries at Town Farm on Ventures Field Road with the help of Chili Palmer Finn, 4, of Springfield. Pierson, an assistant teacher at Northampton’s Farm Hands Preschool, was leading a small group of children in the activity Tuesday morning to harvest the berries for an afternoon snack. "We try to do a lot of connecting with foods and where they come from, and getting kids to think more about their food," Pierson said. The preschool is a program of the Belchertown-based Farm Education Collaborative. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS James Ainsworth, the driver of an SUV that crashed into a motorcycle, killing Edward and Brittany McGrath on Route 5 in Easthampton last year, pleads guilty to charges in connection with that fatal crash in Hampshire Superior Court Tuesday. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Swearing in of Jody Kasper speaks to the audience after being sworn in as police chief Tuesday evening. In the background, mayor David Narkewicz. Purchase photo reprints »
DAN LITTLE Jake Bridgman, recently graduated from Northampton High School, works on his senior capstone film, "The Cards," at the NCTV station in Northampton. Purchase photo reprints »
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