- Jury finds Adam Liccardi guilty in UMass rape trial
- Hotel Northampton workers seek to unionize, dozens demonstrate support at rally Tuesday night
- Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen to speak at UMass
- DAR State Forest to close for season Sept. 8 because of dam repairs
- Armed with hammers and work boots, Easthampton police officers help ‘adoptive mother’ with home project
GazetteRebecca: Conley's attorney said the confession to police was false. Conley has support of non-local family and as for his wife "it's complicated"
GazetteRebecca: Christopher Conley held on $100,000 bail, $1mil surety. He didn't have much expression during arraignment.
GazetteRebecca: Because it rains when it pours, I'm back in courtroom for arraignment of Chris Conley, accused of poisoning ill daughter with drain cleaner
KEVIN GUTTING A truck bed filled with shingles and furring strips in the driveway of Ron and Alice Thibault's Easthampton home on Monday was testament to a volunteer job by Easthampton police officers to get the house ready for some new siding. The officers' effort was one way of thanking her for her many kindnesses over the last ten years, including bringing them water and baked goods on their daily shifts. Purchase photo reprints »
DAN LITTLE Nicole Hamer, of Northampton, tosses her daughter Tali Cohen-Hamer, 6, in the swim area Tuesday at the D.A.R. State Forest in Goshen. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS Adam Liccardi, right, talks to his attorney, Alfred P. Chamberland, Tuesday at the Hampshire County Courthouse. Deliberations will continue Wednesday. Liccardi is accused of taking part in the alleged gang-rape of a UMass student. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS Hotel Northampton employees and their supporters walk to the hotel to deliver a petition to show the majority of employees demand a union Tuesday on King Street. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS Joyce Sabin-Rescia, front left, of Northampton, hugs Susan Leggett, of Simsbury, Ct., during a vigil, held Monday at The First Churches in Northampton, to remember people who died of an overdose. Both spoke during the vigil. Sabin-Rescia lost her son, Matthew Michael Giovanni Rescia, in Nov. 2000; Leggett lost her son, Ash Garrettson, in Dec. 2014. The event was coordinated by Liz Whynott, who is the needle exchange director for Tapestry Health, and Brendan Plante, who is an outreach clinician for Eliot Community Human Services. Sabin-Rescia is the founder of Never Another Death. The vigil was held in conjunction with International Overdose Awareness Day, a global initiative held on Aug. 31 each year. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Jeffrey Mish, facilities director of the Hadley Public Schools puts lines down on the Hopkins Academy soccer field. Purchase photo reprints »
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