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JERREY ROBERTS
Ally Jenks, right, of Hopkins Academy, looks to pass against Turners Falls defenders Emma Miner, left, and Jade Linscott, center, Friday at Hopkins.

Kate Sullivan nets 21 points, pulls within four of 1K for Hopkins Academy

Friday, December 19, 2014

Kate Sullivan scored 21 points to move within four of 1,000 for her career as the Hopkins Academy girls basketball team defeated Turners Falls 63-40 at home Friday night. The senior hit five 3-pointers and also had eight rebounds and three assists. Hopkins (2-1) plays at home against Lenox at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Twin sister Mackenzie Sullivan (five boards) led all scorers with 22 points, while Erin Tudryn added 13. Ally Jenks posted a team-high nine rebounds and Leah Picard grabbed six. Northampton 55, Chicopee Comp 52 — Lauraine Joensen had 22 points and 18 rebounds, while Megan McCarthy added 13 points and 12 rebounds …

Two men arraigned on weapons, drug charges after Hatfield traffic stop

Friday, December 19, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — Two men from New York and Vermont were held on $25,000 bail after they denied weapons, drug, and motor vehicle charges in Northampton District Court on Friday, a day after they were arrested during a traffic stop in Hatfield. Anthony Brundage, 37, of Staten Island, New York, pleaded not guilty to charges of two counts of possession of a firearm without …

Area volunteer opportunities

Friday, December 19, 2014

volunteer drivers — American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery program is in need of volunteers from Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden counties to drive local cancer patients to and from their chemotherapy and /or radiation treatments. Volunteers use their own vehicles and set their own schedules. Treatment appointments take place weekdays, primarily during business hours. Michele Dilley, 508-270-4644 or michele.dilley@cancer.org northampton first night — …

Monson too strong for Smith Academy in Division 4 semifinals

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

CHICOPEE — Even before taking the field, the Smith Academy boys soccer team knew it was about to face a daunting task. Smith Academy had not faced a team of Monson’s caliber before Tuesday and the Mustangs certainly …

Weekend high schools: Hampshire shuts out Monument, reaches Division 3 semifinals

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Sienna Caron and Vissi Rizos each scored in the first half as the Hampshire Regional girls soccer beat Monument Mountain, 2-0, in the Western Massachusetts Division 3 Tournament quarterfinal round, Saturday in Westhampton. The second-seeded Raiders (10-2-5) earned a semifinals rematch with No. 6 Granby (14-4-2), Wednesday at …

Hampshire Regional finishes third at WMass, punches ticket to girls cross country state meet

Saturday, November 8, 2014

NORTHFIELD — The Hampshire Regional girls cross country team kept its season alive with a third-place finish in the Western Massachusetts Division 2 Championships at Northfield Recreation Center on Saturday. “We really thought we had a pretty good …

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 …

Justin Rising of West Springfield pleads guilty to breaking into safe at Hatfield home while working there

Friday, November 7, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — A West Springfield man admitted in Hampshire Superior Court on Thursday to breaking into a safe in a Hatfield home and taking $100 while he was working there as a contractor in March. As part of a plea agreement, Justin S. Rising, 25, pleaded guilty to …

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, …

Prosecutors seek five-year prison term for William Burke of Hatfield in probation rigged-hiring case

Thursday, November 6, 2014

BOSTON — Federal prosecutors on Thursday recommended that former state probation commissioner John O’Brien be sentenced to nearly six years in prison for orchestrating a rigged hiring system that ensured jobs in the agency went to applicants sponsored by powerful state lawmakers. In a sentencing memorandum filed in …

Removing hazardous materials first step in demolishing old Center School in Hatfield

Thursday, November 6, 2014

HATFIELD — Town Administrator Paul Boudreau said he plans to hire an environmental consulting firm to help begin removing hazardous materials from the vacant Center School building. Voters at an Oct. 21 special Town Meeting approved spending $300,000 to demolish the century-old structure, which is in need of …

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 …

Benjamin Gormely of Florence charged with drunken driving after truck rolls over while exiting I-91 in Hatfield

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

NORTHAMPTON — A Florence man was arrested Tuesday on a drunken driving charge after the vehicle he was driving rolled over while he was attempting to exit Route 91 northbound in Hatfield. Benjamin J. Gormely, 26, of 38 Autumn Drive in Florence, was arrested shortly after 6:40 p.m. …