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B2B ID: Bryan Daley

Saturday, August 30, 2014

NAME: Bryan Daley JOB TITLE, COMPANY, CITY IT IS BASED IN: Owner, Easthampton Music Conservatory, 12 Greenwood Court, Easthampton WEBSITE: http://www.westernmamusic.com/ AGE: Over 35 WHEN THE BUSINESS STARTED: 2009 HOW MANY ON YOUR STAFF: My wife, Taryn, and I are full time, and there are various part-time music instructors as well. WHAT YOU DO: Aside from teaching drums, piano, voice, guitar and other stringed instruments, we give our students a fun learning experience. EXPERIENCE: More than 35 years. I took drum lessons from a young age, studied with numerous teachers and continued into my late 20s. Knowing various styles and honing my craft was very … 0

Motorcyclist John Chambers of Easthampton injured in Northampton accident

Friday, August 29, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — An Easthampton man was treated and released from Cooley Dickinson Hospital Friday afternoon after a collision between his motorcycle and a car at the intersection of Mount Tom Road and Atwood Drive. John Chambers, 61, of Easthampton, was driving his motorcycle south on Mount Tom Road when Marilyn Martinelli, 82, of Agawam, attempted to turn left onto Atwood Drive and struck … 0

Accident victims recalled: Edward McGrath, gregarious family man; daughter Brittany, PVPA and law school graduate

Friday, August 29, 2014

EASTHAMPTON — Friends of a father and daughter who were killed in an accident Thursday described Edward D. McGrath as a gregarious family man and his daughter, Brittany D. McGrath, as a strong, intelligent woman who was pursuing a career in law. “It’s just very, very heartbreaking,” said Daniel Kurpaska, a former co-worker … 1

Around Easthampton: City readies for boardwalk project, welcomes new Licensing Board member

Monday, August 4, 2014

The newest member of the Easthampton Licensing Board is a veteran volunteer in the city. Kelly Richey, 54, of 84 Highland Ave., was chairwoman of the Conservation Commission for 14 years before stepping down last fall. “I was looking for something else to do for the community and … 0

Haunted house under construction in Easthampton mill building not for children, faint of heart

Sunday, August 3, 2014

EASTHAMPTON — A man in a lab coat embroidered with the name BioMedCorp greeted a Gazette reporter Thursday at a door off the lobby of the Button Building on Union Street. If you haven’t heard of BioMedCorp, that’s … 0

Card holders’ information continues to be stolen; all mum on local businesses affected by suspected data breach

Sunday, August 3, 2014

EASTHAMPTON — City resident Elizabeth Hildebrandt said she has had her debit card information stolen twice, once at the end of May and again at the end of June, after shopping at stores in Easthampton. It has been … 3

Local briefs: youth programs, golf tournaments, road races

Friday, August 1, 2014

Youth programs available at Hamp Recreation Registrations are now being accepted for the Northampton Recreation Department’s field hockey program. This competitive program has a Senior team (seventh and eighth grade) and a Junior team (fifth and sixth). The program begins mid-August and runs until November. Games are mostly … 0

Area briefs

Friday, August 1, 2014

Amherst ROAD WORK: Pine Street is the latest Amherst road where a resurfacing project is commencing. Lane Construction is expected to be at the North Amherst road lowering road structures for the next several weekdays, starting at 7 a.m. Driveways will be accessible, though delays are expected for … 0

Glendale Street Easthampton to close Wednesday and Thursday for intersection work

Friday, August 1, 2014

EASTHAMPTON — The Police Department is asking drivers to avoid part of Glendale Street if possible Wednesday and Thursday as a small section of the street will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The closure is due to the ongoing work to reconstruct the intersection of … 0

Margaret Shepard & Stephen Orszulak

Friday, August 1, 2014

Kevin and Donna Shepard, of Easthampton, and Paul and Colleen Orszulak, of Ware, announce the engagement of their children, Margaret Shepard and Stephen Orszulak, both of South Hadley. Margaret is a teacher in the Ware public school system. … 0

Metro softball: Easthampton falls in championship

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

To get a shot at the Metro League Championship, the Easthampton Eliminators first had to win the conclusion of a suspended semifinal game Tuesday night. A 5-3 win over Chicopee sent them to the finals, but their season … 0

Slam Dunk

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

At the end of the high school basketball season, the Easthampton girls team pulled a fast one on coach Jay Fortier. The four Eagle seniors, with the help of their teammates, classmates and Fortier’s family, turned senior night … 1

AREA POLICE NEWS

Monday, July 28, 2014

Amherst  A New Hampshire man was arrested and charged with a number of crimes early Sunday morning, including assault and battery on a police officer, after he allegedly was found sleeping on the porch of Amherst Laser and Skin Care on North Pleasant Street. Police said they … 0