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Tuesday’s colleges: Charlotte Wagner paces Mount Holyoke past Nichols

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Charlotte Wagner scored four goals as the Mount Holyoke field hockey team opened its season with a 9-0 victory over Nichols College Tuesday night in Dudley. Kristina Ramsden of Northampton had a goal and two assists, while Julia Bell added two tallies for the Lyons (1-0). Women’s soccer Mount Holyoke 2, Southern Vermont 1 — Liz Rose scored the game winner late in the first half for the Lyons (1-0), …

Sixth ballot elects retired U.S. Navy officer Daniel Whitford to South Hadley Electric Light Department Commission

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

SOUTH HADLEY — After six ballots Tuesday night, Daniel Whitford was elected to fill a vacancy on the South Hadley Electric Light Department Commission. He will replace Christine Archambault who was forced off the board after a successful challenge to her qualifications to vote in town based on her residency. In the final …

State grant to help pay for solar arrays at The Ledges golf course in South Hadley

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

SOUTH HADLEY — A proposal to erect solar panels over the parking lot and in other areas of The Ledges, a municipally owned golf course on Mulligan Drive, got a boost this week with the announcement of a $12,500 Municipal Energy Technical Assistance grant from the state Department of Energy Resources. Town Administrator Michael Sullivan said the money would be used to solicit …

Tuesday’s local softball: Amherst/Deerfield falls to Southwick

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Mikah McNamara (two RBIs) and Amanda Deskavich (run) each had two hits, but the Amherst/Deerfield Metro League softball team fell 12-3 to Southwick, on the road Tuesday. Hanna LeClair (run) doubled in the loss for Amherst/Deerfield (6-11). Softball Southwick 12, Amherst/Deerfield 3 (6) A/D 101 001 —3 7 3 Southwick (10)20 00x —12 6 …

South Hadley’s arts, music festival keeps on growing

Monday, July 27, 2015

SOUTH HADLEY — Armed with a torch, pliers and sunglasses, Hugh Naggar fielded questions about his glassblowing and spinning as he melted glass with his blue flame. “Can you do almost anything?” one woman asked. Naggar, who operates …

Amherst beats Northampton to advance to Pioneer Valley Mickey Mantle Championship

Monday, July 27, 2015

The Amherst Mickey Mantle team had to play in back-to-back games to punch its ticket to the Pioneer Valley championship on Sunday. After knocking out Frontier, 12-0, Amherst beat Northampton 11-3 in the semifinals of the double elimination …

South Hadley FallsFest fosters community spirit, economic development

Saturday, July 25, 2015

SOUTH HADLEY — Armed with a torch, pliers and sunglasses, Hugh Naggar fielded questions about his glassblowing and spinning as he melted glass with his blue flame. “Can you do almost anything?” one woman asked. Naggar, who operates …

Valley Views: Heron and Red-wing

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Friends and Neighbors

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Amherst Claire R. Thibodeau was named to the spring semester dean’s list for the spring at Alfred University in Alfred, New York. She is a senior in the School of Art and Design. A graduate of Amherst Regional High School, Thibodeau is the daughter of Paula Russell of …

Volunteers: Area opportunities

Saturday, July 25, 2015

summer volunteer training for long-term care ombudsman — Ombudsmen serve as advocates for elders and people with disabilities in the community. Next free training July 27 to 29. Contact Trevor at Franklin County Home Care Corporation at 773-5555 ext 2241 or tboeding@fchcc. Visit fchcc.org to learn more. It …

Hamp rides Zaikowski to playoff win

Thursday, July 23, 2015

NORTHAMPTON — After allowing a run to South Hadley in the top of the first inning, Northampton’s Brandon Zaikowski came back in the second and struck out the side on his way to retiring 14 straight batters. Zaikowski …

Easthampton Savings Bank snaps scoreless streak to beat Chicopee and force Game 3

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

CHICOPEE — The Easthampton Savings Bank baseball team stood one out from its 11th consecutive scoreless inning to start the Tri-County League playoffs. But catcher Brandon Kubik ended that streak and sent Easthampton on its way to a …

Five Colleges’ library annex plans rouse opposition in Hadley

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

HADLEY — A proposed Five College Consortium library annex project off North Maple Street is facing opposition in a Planning Board hearing that began earlier this month and will continue in August. The building would initially house 2.5 million rarely circulating books in a roughly 35,000-square-foot facility. But …