- Traditional Memorial Day observances in Florence and Easthampton draw large crowds
- Amherst marks Memorial Day with parade, speech by Operation Enduring Freedom veteran Justin Maynard
- Development at former Belchertown State School site ‘visibly taking hold’
- Amherst College graduates 470, remembers first African-American to be chosen as class speaker 100 years ago
- Northampton girls capture Division 1 district track and field championship with strong finish
GazetteUMass: How about next year each MLB team wears a patch with an armed services logo instead of the absurd looking camo uniforms?
MoomawDHG: Minnechaug wins tiebreak 11-9. Tobin and Suchodolski runner-ups again. Tough loss, 4-6, 6-4, 6-7 (9)
MoomawDHG: Tie break is tied 9-9.
MoomawDHG: Minnechaug forces a 7-point win by 2 tiebreaker. Great match in the doubles final.
MoomawDHG: Amherst breaks Chaug, 6-5. Tobin serving match point.
MoomawDHG: Minnechaug fights off the match point, 5-5 in the third set.
MoomawDHG: Kailey Tobin with a volley winner to put Amherst up 5-4 in the third set. Tobin and Suchodolski were doubles runner-ups last year.
ERIC GOLDSCHEIDER Ben Gilsdorf of Amherst, a 10th-grader and member of Boy Scout Troop 500, salutes during the Amherst Memorial Day observances. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS A building at the former Belchertiown State School is torn down last week. An 83-unit, assisted-living facility is planned for the site. Purchase photo reprints »
DAN LITTLE United States Marine Corps veterans Tony Krzynowek, from left, James Zedonis and Army veteran Celias Barayon salute while the Star Spangled Banner plays Monday during a Memorial Day ceremony in Easthampton. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Tom Quinn, of Worthington, volunteering at Full Circle Bikes helping Jason Graves put bikes together for the spring season. Working along with him is Anthony Rigali,17, of Northampton. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Bill Robbins,an employee of Omasta, plants Petunias along route 9 in front of Riverbend Animal in Hadley Friday morning. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS left, Adam Cranson, Alex Kelly and far right Derek Rood, all employees of Clearspan out of Michigan, building the new boat house for Northampton Community Rowing. Purchase photo reprints »
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