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  • JERREY ROBERTS
Lucia Jacoby, 5, of Amherst, has fun with Henry the Juggler Saturday during the Amherst Sustainability Festival on the Town Common.

    JERREY ROBERTS Lucia Jacoby, 5, of Amherst, has fun with Henry the Juggler Saturday during the Amherst Sustainability Festival on the Town Common. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS
Greg Woodard  racks leaves in front of his home on Montague Rd. In Leverett.

    CAROL LOLLIS Greg Woodard racks leaves in front of his home on Montague Rd. In Leverett. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING
Tony Garay prepares a dish of chicken tacos at the Ecuador Andino Store Latino Market in Hadley.

    KEVIN GUTTING Tony Garay prepares a dish of chicken tacos at the Ecuador Andino Store Latino Market in Hadley. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS
Carl Whittier and David Wakeley, members of the  senior gay men's group that meets weekly at the Northampton Senior Center, celebrate the news that the Parks and Recreation Department will no move into the senior center.

    CAROL LOLLIS Carl Whittier and David Wakeley, members of the senior gay men's group that meets weekly at the Northampton Senior Center, celebrate the news that the Parks and Recreation Department will no move into the senior center. Purchase photo reprints »

  • DAN LITTLE
Immigrant rights marchers make their way to the Whitmore administrative building at the University of Massachusetts Friday in Amherst.

    DAN LITTLE Immigrant rights marchers make their way to the Whitmore administrative building at the University of Massachusetts Friday in Amherst. Purchase photo reprints »

  • JERREY ROBERTS
Northampton Policeman Tom Briotta patrols the bike path near the Round House Lot Wednesday.

    JERREY ROBERTS Northampton Policeman Tom Briotta patrols the bike path near the Round House Lot Wednesday. Purchase photo reprints »


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