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  • CAROL LOLLIS
Jim Palermo talks about his attempts at trying to get information about the  test results from the Program For International Student Assessments.

    CAROL LOLLIS Jim Palermo talks about his attempts at trying to get information about the test results from the Program For International Student Assessments. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS
Leo Aloisi maintains sap lines on his property, Hanging Mountain Farm, in Westhampton.

    CAROL LOLLIS Leo Aloisi maintains sap lines on his property, Hanging Mountain Farm, in Westhampton. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING

Dan Dacri of Northampton was not phased by the frigid temperatures or mounds of snow as he trimmed some wood to length for a job in downtown on Old South Street  in Northampton Tuesday.

    KEVIN GUTTING Dan Dacri of Northampton was not phased by the frigid temperatures or mounds of snow as he trimmed some wood to length for a job in downtown on Old South Street in Northampton Tuesday. Purchase photo reprints »

  • CAROL LOLLIS
From left, Reese Hillenbrand, Grace Plumer, and Julian Greve rehearse Tuesday in Williamsburg for the  Anne T. Dunphy Elementary School's production of "Seussical Jr."

    CAROL LOLLIS From left, Reese Hillenbrand, Grace Plumer, and Julian Greve rehearse Tuesday in Williamsburg for the Anne T. Dunphy Elementary School's production of "Seussical Jr." Purchase photo reprints »

  • MATT BURKHARTT
Paul Dostal, Hatfield veterans' agent, Paul Boudreau, Hatfield town administrator, William Belden, Hatfield fire chief, and Mike Lyons, Hatfield accountant pose for a portrait on the steps of the Hatfield town hall February 19. All four are retiring

    MATT BURKHARTT Paul Dostal, Hatfield veterans' agent, Paul Boudreau, Hatfield town administrator, William Belden, Hatfield fire chief, and Mike Lyons, Hatfield accountant pose for a portrait on the steps of the Hatfield town hall February 19. All four are retiring Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING
R.K. Finn Ryan Road School kindergartners Riley Sylvester, left, and Ava Paret make their way through a maze that school officials discovered on the playground Monday morning, the first day after winter break. Principal Sarah Madden doesn't know who created the 40- by 40-foot maze, "but it might have been snow angels - or elves."

    KEVIN GUTTING R.K. Finn Ryan Road School kindergartners Riley Sylvester, left, and Ava Paret make their way through a maze that school officials discovered on the playground Monday morning, the first day after winter break. Principal Sarah Madden doesn't know who created the 40- by 40-foot maze, "but it might have been snow angels - or elves." Purchase photo reprints »


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