- Congressman James McGovern touts Amherst as a regional destination
- State Rep. Peter Kocot of Northampton backs legislation to update Massachusetts Public Record Law
- ‘What are you?’ ‘Where are you from?’: Members of multiracial families face harsh moments, but mostly find acceptance in the Valley
- Traditional Memorial Day observances in Florence and Easthampton draw large crowds
- Development at former Belchertown State School site ‘visibly taking hold’
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JERREY ROBERTS Carlton Pickron, his wife, Lisa Pickron, and their daughter, Charisse, walk near their home in Amherst Tuesday, May 12. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Barbara Landry an employee at Williston, checks the pews after cleaning Stevens Chapel Friday afternoon in preparation for graduation weekend. Purchase photo reprints »
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 »
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