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Area school lunch menus

Friday, November 21, 2014

Amherst-Pelham MONDAY: Mozzarella sticks, baked potato wedges, carrot sticks, spinach and tomato TUESDAY: Pasta with chicken meatballs and sauce, green beans, garden salad, apple, pineapple cup, carrot sticks WEDNESDAY: Home macaroni and cheese, carrots, spinach salad, red pepper strips, strawberry cup, pear Belchertown MONDAY: HS: Chicken nuggets, or Cinncinnati-style chili, pasta, spinach, corn, fresh fruit; JB: Pizza, rectangle pieces or Buffalo chicken tenders, oven fries, carrots, green beans, applesauce, fresh …

Volunteer opportunities in the Valley

Friday, November 21, 2014

invasive species removal — Volunteers needed to help remove bittersweet vines at Graves Farm Sanctuary in Williamsburg Saturdays, Nov. 22 and Dec. 6, 9 a.m. to noon. Meet at the sanctuary parking lot on the south side of Adams Road to carpool to the site. Bring work gloves and loppers and/or hand saws if you have them. Some will be available. Also bring …

MacDuffie School captures NEPSAC Class D girls soccer championship

Sunday, November 16, 2014

The MacDuffie School girls soccer team capped its history-making season with a 2-1 overtime victory over Hamden Hall Sunday in the NEPSAC Class D championship game. The Mustangs finished the season 16-0-0 with the win at Williston Northampton in Easthampton. “What a journey,” coach Meirion George said. Mia Levesque scored from Ala Legowski (South Hadley) three minutes into the second overtime period. The …

Friday’s high schools: Hopkins Academy holds off Gateway in Division 4 boys soccer quarterfinals

Friday, November 7, 2014

The Hopkins Academy boys soccer ran into Gateway Regional for the second straight year in the Western Massachusetts Division 4 Tournament. And much like last season, the Golden Hawks held on for a one-goal win. The second-seeded Golden Hawks jumped out to a three-goal lead and held on …

With push from younger officers, police departments are signing up for Facebook, Twitter

Friday, November 7, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — Police Chief Russell P. Sienkiewicz said he was skeptical when several younger officers approached him months ago with an idea of starting a Facebook page and Twitter account for the department. “I’ve seen other departments have …

Division 3 girls soccer: Granby deals Easthampton first loss with 3-0 win in quarterfinals

Friday, November 7, 2014

EASTHAMPTON — The No. 6-seeded Granby girls soccer team handed the No. 3 Easthampton its first loss of the season, defeating them 3-0 in the Western Massachusetts Division 3 Tournament quarterfinal round at Nonotuck Park, Friday. The defending champion Rams (14-4-2) will play in the semifinals against the …

Gino Sorcinelli & Jennifer Anderson

Friday, November 7, 2014

Gino Sorcinelli and Jennifer Anderson, both of Florence, were married July 19 in Edwards Church of Northampton by Deb Moore, director of Christian education, and Jim Christensen, United Church of Christ minister. The maid of honor was Camille …

school lunch menus

Friday, November 7, 2014

Amherst-Pelham MONDAY: Baked chicken nuggets, baked Tater Tots, carrot sticks, diced pears, fresh apple TUESDAY: Veterans Day, no school WEDNESDAY: Beefburger, carrot sticks, sliced peaches, banana, oven baked fries, garden salad THURSDAY: Loaded beef nachos, carrot sticks, chickpea salad, bartlett pear, applesauce FRIDAY: Cheesey pepperoni pizza, romaine lettuce, …

Around Granby: PVTA to discontinue spur to Town Hall because of low ridership

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Dec. 5 will likely be the last day the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority bus No. 25 operates its spur to the Granby Town Hall. The bus now makes two trips a day along this part of its route, with one leaving the Holyoke Transit Center at 7:30 a.m. …

Non-binding questions on political corruption, legalizing marijuana approved Tuesday

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Non-binding ballot questions on strengthening anti-corruption laws for politicians and moving toward legalizing marijuana were approved Tuesday in two local legislative districts. Question 5 in most of the Hampshire, Franklin & Worcester District represented by state Sen. Stanley Rosenberg, D-Amherst, instructed him to support legislation to “prohibit state …

Following the feet of 10 siblings, Holyoke Catholic senior Gina Powell is giving Northfield Mountain one last run for her family

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

HOLYOKE — Gina Powell had a difficult time remembering the ages of her siblings after a recent Holyoke Catholic cross country practice. With 11 older brothers and sisters, it can be challenging. What the senior from Granby does …

Ellen Story and Donald Humason re-elected, Eric Lesser wins 1st Hampden & Hampshire Senate seat, Susannah Whipps Lee unseats Denise Andrews

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Two incumbent legislators who represent Hampshire County, state Rep. Ellen Story and state Sen. Donald Humason Jr., were re-elected Tuesday, and Democrat Eric Lesser of Longmeadow won the open 1st Hampden & Hampshire Senate seat. In the 2nd …

Division 4 boys soccer: Gateway jumps on Granby, moves on to quarterfinals

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

HUNTINGTON — The defense-oriented Gateway Regional boys soccer team scored at least three goals in just a handful of games during the regular season. But in their tournament opener Tuesday evening, the Gators had that many in the first half of a 3-0 win over Granby in the …