- Easthampton High School student under house arrest after allegedly threatening to ‘shoot up the school’
- Hundreds in Valley waited days for power to be restored; burdened tree limbs brought new losses Friday
- Black Friday relatively low key at Valley shopping destinations
- Illuminati Vocal Arts Ensemble plans second concert to support Sidney F. Smith Toy Fund
- UMass slow to get going, falls 41-21 to Buffalo in season finale
GazetteUMass: Wake Forest lost to Delaware State today. I'm not joking
GazetteUMass: UMass has four straight losing seasons for the first time since 1956-59. Whipple was born in 1957
GazetteUMass: Who starts at RB for UMass in 2015? Shadrach Abrokwah or Jamal Wilson?
GazetteUMass: Asked what coaching staff's next task was. Whipple said R.E.C.R.U.I.T. We don't have nearly enough talent
GazetteUMass: UMass finished season 3-9
GazetteUMass: Final: Buffalo 41, UMass 21
GazetteUMass: Tajae Sharpe TD for UMass makes it Buffalo 41, UMass 21
GazetteUMass: Woodley hurt for UMass
GazetteUMass: Touchdown Buffalo. It's 41-14 with 3:19 left
GazetteUMass: Alex Kenney just makes a senior day catch
GazetteUMass: PAT is good. Buffalo 34, UMass 14 10:50 left in the game
GazetteUMass: Austin Whipple 7 yard TD pass to Tajae Sharpe. PAT pending.
GazetteUMass: Could we get Stanley Andre a goal line carry here?
GazetteUMass: After 11 games and 3 quarters. UMass trails Buffalo 34-7
KEVIN GUTTING Tony Thornton, an assistant professor in the University of Massachusetts Department of Music and Dance, is artistic director of the Illuminati Vocal Arts Ensemble .Giving regularly to the Sidney F. Smith Toy Fund has been a goal of the ensemble since it formed through competitive auditions in summer 2013. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Shoppers on Main Street in downtown Northampton on Friday. Purchase photo reprints »
ERIC GOLDSCHEIDER Kerry Brown, who unloads trucks for Wal-Mmart at the Hadley store, went on strike two days this week to join protesters against the company's labor practices. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS The right tool for the job Jillian Towle, 3, of Easthampton makes snowballs at her home on Loudville Road Thanksgiving morning. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Sara Pruss, associate professor of geosciences at Smith College, listens to a research presentation by students in her class, Invertebrate Paleontology and the History of Life, on Monday. At right is student Kenny Clark. Purchase photo reprints »
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