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Shutesbury hydrogeologist wants federal regulators to require more detailed pipeline maps

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

While the proponent of a proposed natural gas pipeline that would cross 64 miles of Massachusetts may include some detailed maps of its route in its filings with federal regulators, a Shutesbury hyrdogeologist said that information is incomplete. Michael Hoostein, in written testimony submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last week, argues for detailed, town-by-town maps of geologic formations, including aquifers, beneath the surface of the proposed route for …

MIAA announces state basketball finals to be played in Springfield starting next season

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Any Western Massachusetts basketball teams that advance to the state finals will have a bit of a home-court advantage starting in 2016. The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association announced in a press release Wednesday that all state basketball championship games will be played in Springfield. The entire championship weekend will be hosted by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Western Massachusetts …

Plans for Shutesbury solar farm moving ahead despite threat of town-imposed moratorium

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

SHUTESBURY — A Chicago developer is plowing ahead with plans for a six-megawatt solar farm on Pratt Corner Road, even though the town is considering a imposing a temporary moratorium on large-scale solar projects and creating a bylaw to guide their construction. Marnin Lebovits, managing director and co-founder of Lake Street Development Partners, …

Monday’s local baseball: Amherst Mantle stops Frontier

Monday, June 29, 2015

Stephen McCudden tossed a complete-game three-hitter with three strikeouts as the Amherst Mickey Mantle team beat Frontier, 6-1, at Ziomek Field in Amherst on Monday. Keenan Morrissey (run) hit a two-run double to highlight a six-run fourth inning …

Weekend summer baseball: Hadley Cal Ripken opens state tournament with two wins

Sunday, June 28, 2015

The reigning state 12-and-under Cal Ripken tournament champion Hadley baseball team opened this year’s event with two wins in Marlborough Saturday afternoon. Noah Scanlon-Dean struck out seven and allowed seven hits over five innings for the win in Hadley’s 15-7 victory over Uxbridge. Justin Masteralexis went 3 for …

Friday’s summer baseball: Northampton Post 28 shuts out Amherst Post 148

Friday, June 26, 2015

Sam Walker allowed two hits and struck out eight over six shutout innings in earning a 4-0 road win for Northampton Post 28 over Amherst Post 148 Friday night. Ian Ostberg went 3 for 4 and scored a run for Hamp (5-3), while Will O’Connor had two hits …

Thursday’s summer baseball/softball: Northampton Mantle pulls away late to beat Amherst

Friday, June 26, 2015

The Northampton Mickey Mantle baseball team exploded late in a 6-2 eight-inning win over host Amherst Thursday. Beau Garbarini (triple) picked up three hits and scored twice for Northampton (8-1), which posted four runs in the top of the eighth. Zac Brittain singled, doubled, drove in two runs …

Wednesday’s summer baseball: Easthampton Post 224 shuts down Amherst Post 148

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Brandon Weyant scattered six hits and struck out nine in a complete-game win as the Easthampton Post 224 American Legion baseball team edged Amherst Post 148, 3-2, Wednesday evening. Easthampton (3-3) scored all of its runs in the …

Monday’s summer baseball: Amherst Post 148 holds off Westfield Post 124

Monday, June 22, 2015

The Amherst Post 148 American Legion baseball team scored seven runs in the bottom of the third and went on to a 10-7 home victory over Westfield Post 124 Monday evening. Zach Kelley singled, doubled, drove in two …

Weekend local baseball recaps: Northampton Legion escapes Aldenville comeback

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Ian Ostberg moved from second base to the mound in the seventh inning and led the Northampton Post 28 American Legion baseball team to a 6-5 win over Aldenville at Arcanum Field on Saturday. A walk and back-to-back singles cut King & Cushman’s lead to one run. Ostberg …

Amherst’s Allison McCann pushes Cohasset’s Emma Davis but falls in state Division 1 tennis final

Saturday, June 20, 2015

SHREWSBURY — She staved off match point twice, playing the best she could against an opponent who has gone where no Massachusetts high school girl has gone before. Allison McCann ignored the pain that came late in the …

Wednesday’s local baseball: Northampton Post 28 picks up first win with walk-off over West Springfield

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Mickey Thompson’s seventh-inning single gave Northampton Post 28 a 4-3 walk-off victory over West Springfield Post 207 at Arcanum Field on Wednesday. Ian Ostberg hit a one-out double to start Northampton’s rally in the seventh. Back-to-back walks loaded the bases for Thompson and he singled to right field, …

Amherst Regional falls to Shrewsbury in state Division 1 girls tennis semifinal

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

SPRINGFIELD — The match had already been decided and the Amherst Regional girls No. 1 doubles team was on the cusp of losing. But Veronica Suchodolski and Kailey Tobin weren’t about to go down without a fight, even …