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Greenfield hires owner of Lake Hitchcock Development as temporary, part-time economic development director

Thursday, March 26, 2015

GREENFIELD — The owner of a development firm in Sunderland is the new part-time economic development director in Greenfield who will work for the next three months. Mayor William Martin said Larry Jutras, owner of Lake Hitchcock Development in Sunderland, has taken the job and will work on six projects, including the former Bendix-Repal property on the Laurel Street extension and the former Lunt Silversmith property on Federal Street, between …

Great Falls Equine veterinarian makes house calls within 45 miles of Gill

Sunday, March 22, 2015

GILL — Stephanie Vassar started out on a medical school track — but today her exam room is 90 miles wide and her patients are furry. The 28-year-old Gill veterinarian opened Great Falls Equine in March and makes house calls within a 45-mile radius of her Gill home. Vassar said she was taking …

Governor’s task force hears that long-term treatment needed to battle opioids

Thursday, March 19, 2015

GREENFIELD — State Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders and other members of the governor’s Opioid Crisis Working Group heard three hours of testimony Thursday on the western Massachusetts stop of their listening tour. The group by the end of May is expected to submit to the governor a statewide strategy to …

Greenfield man faces charges resulting from house breaks in Deerfield

Thursday, December 11, 2014

affordable units of varying sizes on all floors. Among the many concerns voiced by nearby property owners was a lack of retail space on the first floor, with some saying the plans show commercial space in name only. …

Smith College graduate Tess Grogan receives Marshall Scholarship

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — Tess Grogan of Greenfield, who graduated earlier this year from Smith College, has received a Marshall Scholarship. Grogan works in Hadley on teacher license exams with Pearson Education, a publishing and assessment service. Now she has the opportunity to work on her master’s degree in the …

NY doctor opens office in Greenfield to certify patients for medical marijuana use

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

GREENFIELD — One doctor has set up shop on Federal Street to certify patients for medical marijuana just as the state has provisionally approved a dispensary downtown. Dr. Kwesi Ntiforo has opened DocsConsult Medical at 106 Federal St. …

Ashfield lawyer Stewart Eisenberg no longer has any Guantanamo prisoners as clients for first time in decade

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

ASHFIELD — For the first time in 10 years, Ashfield lawyer Stewart “Buz” Eisenberg has no Guantanamo prisoners as his clients. With the transfer of 35-year-old Palestinian prisoner Mohammed Abdullah Taha Mattan to Uruguay, along with five other prisoners held for years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in …

Winter farmers markets in Amherst, Greenfield, Northampton under way

Friday, December 5, 2014

Winter farmers markets open Saturday in Amherst and Greenfield, joining the Northampton market, which got going in mid-November. Northampton’s market runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays through April 18 at the Smith Vocational and Agricultural School, 90 Locust St. It features a wide range of …

Ceremony marked opening of Interstate 91 between Northampton and Whately 50 years ago

Thursday, December 4, 2014

SOUTH DEERFIELD — The ceremony 50 years ago today was a big deal that attracted then-Gov. Endicott Peabody and other dignitaries, along with 200 spectators who braved cold weather before the ribbon-cutting to allow dozens of cars and school buses to make their way from Northampton to Whately …

Area businesses briefed on Tennessee Gas Pipeline

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Dozens of area business owners were briefed Tuesday on the state of natural gas capacity in the region and proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. pipeline project during informational meetings sponsored by chambers of commerce in Hampshire and Franklin …

Smith School trustees vote 3-2 to end lease with recreation department, freeing space for licensed practical nursing program

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — A licensed practical nursing program will return to its roots at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School after a sharply divided board of trustees voted Tuesday to make space by ending its 23-year-old lease with the …

Nicholas Schauer ordered to remain at Bridgewater State Hospital until trial on alleged “Columbine’ threat against Frontier

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

GREENFIELD — Nicholas R. Schauer, the 19-year-old Sunderland man who threatened online to “re-enact Columbine” at Frontier Regional School in October, will continue to be held at Bridgewater State Hospital while his jury trial is being prepared. Judge John Agostini ordered Schauer to be held indefinitely at the …

With pennies, nickels, quarters, Sidney F. Smith Toy Fund launches 82nd year

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — Susan Lavallee’s kindergarten class at the R.K. Finn Ryan Road School has already started raising money for the Sidney F. Smith Toy Fund. So far, the class has raised 50 cents. Someone found two quarters on the floor, but no one claimed them, so Lavallee decided …