- Jury convicts Patrick Durocher of raping UMass Amherst student on lawn outside Campus Center in 2013
- Snow closes schools and makes roads treacherous
- UMass investigates alleged workplace fraud at Physical Plant, five employees on paid leave, one resigns
- Jury begins deliberations after hearing closing arguments in UMass rape trial
- Hispanic supporter of Donald Trump in Sunderland says he was ‘persecuted’ because of his political signs
kylegrbwsk: UMass put the puck in the net. Call on the ice is a goal. That call is under review
kylegrbwsk: Then UMass students respond with a short-lived "(rhymes with firetruck) you BU"
kylegrbwsk: Only sound in the Mullins Center other than skates scraping ice is BU fan section's olÃ¨s
kylegrbwsk: Solid group of about 20 BU fans posted up in one corner of the seats
CAROL LOLLIS Jamie Smith,11, chooses glass pieces during an art class taught by Leslie di Curcio Marra with Cynthia Fisher as part of an arts in residency program on mosaic's at Norris Elementary School in Southampton. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS UMass Physical Plant, Thursday. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS Michael Marcotrigiano, who is the director of the Botanic Garden of Smith College, points to a geological timeline that corresponds to a series of eight murals that line the wall behind him that depict plant life through the ages, Monday, Jan. 11, at Lyman Plant House.
JERREY ROBERTS Ryan Minns, 3, of Palmer, takes in the UMass Minutemen's 78-72 loss to Fordham from a courtside chair Saturday at the Mullins Center in Amherst. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS Robert Stafursky, who is the general manager of The Mercantile, 108 Main Street, in Northampton, waits on a customer Wednesday. The store is closing on Saturday. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Former University of Massachusetts student Patrick Durocher, 20, of Longmeadow traces his steps on the UMass campus the night of September 1, 2013, into the early morning hours of September 2, 2013, during his trial in Hampshire Superior Court in Northampton on Wednesday. Purchase photo reprints »
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