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Goshen mulls locations for elderly housing project

Friday, August 29, 2014

GOSHEN — After four years of research and planning, the Goshen Elder Housing Committee is getting closer to acquiring a property on which to build 10 to 12 units. According to Don Boisvert, chair of the committee, there are three potential sites on the table. The one it prefers is owned by the Congregational Church and located on Main Street across from the Town Offices. The land has already passed a wetland review and a perc test is scheduled for Sept. 11. “We are moving right along on this and so far this is our best bet,” Boisvert said. “The site is approximately eight acres and the property has been appraised at $165,000. That includes … 0

Three Sisters Sanctuary in Goshen focus of documentary for Travel Channel

Friday, August 22, 2014

GOSHEN — Local environmental artist Richard Richardson and his Three Sisters Sanctuary will be the focus of a documentary being filmed for the Travel Channel. Richardson said the film crew contacted him last spring after a producer saw his art and the “hardscapes” he has created at the sanctuary. “They asked if we … 0

Hampshire Regional School District: A renovated school in Williamsburg, new principal in Southampton

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

A renovated and expanded school in Williamsburg and a new principal at the elementary school in Southampton are among the changes for the new school year in the Hampshire Regional School District. The district includes Hampshire Regional High School, Westhampton Elementary School, William E. Norris School in Southampton, Anne T. Dunphy School in … 0

Local baseball: Hamp dismisses Frontier in the Cal Ripken 10U state semifinals

Monday, July 7, 2014

So far it seems like nothing can derail the Northampton in Cal Ripken 10U Tournament play. Hamp dispatched Frontier, 12-1 in a mercy-rule shortened four-inning state semifinal game, Monday in Sutton. Northampton will face Groton in the final, … 0

Gazette Boys Track & Field Player of the Year: Amherst Regional’s Taj-Amir Torres

Monday, July 7, 2014

Taj-Amir Torres wasn’t going to sneak up on anybody this year. The Amherst Regional sprinter finished his sophomore year with 100-meter dash victories at every postseason outdoor track & field championship through New Englands. With a bull’s-eye on … 0

Pettengill Insurance sweeps doublerheader with Northampton Post 28

Sunday, July 6, 2014

After a come-from-behind win in eight innings in game one, Pettengill Insurance kept its momentum going for a rout in game two as it swept Northampton King & Cushman Post 28, 4-3 and 19-4 in American Legion action Sunday at Arcanum Field. The teams played a doubleheader after … 0

Heading Outdoors

Friday, July 4, 2014

Items for Heading Outdoors may be emailed to calendar@gazettenet.com, faxed to 585-5299, or mailed to the Daily Hampshire Gazette at 115 Conz St., Northampton, Ma. 01060. ∎∎ Accessible Kayaking — Stavros Outdoor Access holds adaptive kayaking program for people with disabilities, their families and friends on July 7, 14 … 0

Coming up

Friday, June 14, 2013

Information on events, classes and workshops offered by area community senior centers is available on their respective websites, listed below. Amherst Senior Center/ Council On Aging Bangs Center, 70 Boltwood Walk Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Phone: 259-3060 www.amherstma.gov/seniorcenter Belchertown Senior Center 60 State St. Hours: … 0

On the beach

Friday, July 4, 2014

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Worthington to host fourth Hilltown arts fest

Friday, July 4, 2014

Artists from around the region will converge on Worthington July 12 for the fourth arts festival sponsored by Arts Alive in the Hilltowns. The popular Hilltown event features a wide variety of artistic venues including paintings, photography, pottery, … 0

Local baseball: Gateway unloads in the first, wins Senior Little League District 2 title

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Jonny Haskell didn’t need a lot of run support in the Senior Little League District 2 championship game, but his Gateway teammates gave it too him anyway. Haskell had a five-run lead before throwing a pitch and led Gateway to an 11-0 mercy-rule shortened win in five innings … 0

Keeping Tabs on the Arts

Thursday, July 3, 2014

At Gallery A3 Gallery A3 will open its first-ever open juried show with a reception July 3 from 5 to 8 p.m.. The exhibit, curated by Loretta Yarlow, director of the University Museum of Contemporary Art at the … 0

Local baseball/softball: Northampton Junior All-Stars rally in championship, force deciding game with Agawam

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Three outs from elimination in the Little League District 2 Tournament, the Northampton Junior All-Stars came through with two runs in the bottom of the ninth for a 12-11 win over Agawam at St. John Field in Agawam. … 0