- UMass Amherst asks Bill Cosby to step down as honorary co-chairman of fundraising campaign
- Despite storm, good food and fellowship at Amherst Survival Center Community Thanksgiving Dinner
- Attorney general-elect Maura Healey names David Sullivan, Thomas Lesser to transition team
- Paul Dunphy resigns from Williamsburg Select Board due to illness, new member sought
- UPDATED: First storm of season comes in as predicted: a whopper on Thanksgiving eve
mikemoranDHG: Well, Frontier and Mohawk held off long enough. Game is now Friday at 1.
GazetteUMass: UMass had 25 baskets today on layups or dunks
mikemoranDHG: Belchertown's Thanksgiving Day game against Pathfinder is postponed. The game will be rescheduled for Saturday at noon at BHS.
GazetteUMass: UMass jhad a Mullins Center record 17 steals. 5 by Gordon, 4 by Berger.
GazetteUMass: Worst UMass blow out of a Northeastern teams since 77-0 in 1999
GazetteUMass: UMass shot 64.2 percent from 2-point range
GazetteUMass: UMass thumps NU 79-54 - Happy Thanksgiving all
GazetteUMass: Dyson becomes 10th Minuteman to score
GazetteUMass: 3:44 left - UMass leads 73-50 - Counting down to when the crowd starts chanting: Woa - JA - WOAD - ZIC
GazetteUMass: There are 2,918 people here
GazetteUMass: Bergantino Before today: 69 fouls and 40 career points. Today: 6 points 1 foul
GazetteUMass: 6:36 - UMass 67, NU 46 - Didn't see this coming at all
GazetteUMass: Demetrius Dyson checks in for UMass
GazetteUMass: Without looking this has to be Bergantino's career high - 6 points
GazetteUMass: 11:48 - UMass 59, NU 36
GazetteUMass: Donte Clark just committed most blatant push off in history
GazetteUMass: Seth Berger has switched sports drinks apparently. He had UMass' last six points
CAROL LOLLIS Justin Griswold of Amherst, walks to his car in the Whole Foods parking lot Wednesday afternoon. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Ute Brandes in her living room holding a picture of her son who designed their home in Belchertown where she and her husband, Werner Brandes live. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Brian Laramee, of Granby, cleans the gutters out of a house on Pomeroy Terrace in Northampton Tuesday morning. Purchase photo reprints »
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 »
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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 »
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