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AMHERST — Almost 70 years ago, Jewish survivors of the Holocaust arrived in a small town in Connecticut and tried to rebuild their shattered lives...

HADLEY — Permanent structures within the Connecticut River floodway are already prohibited by the town, but amending the town’s flood overlay...

Instead of powering up their computers or picking up ringing phones, state legislators and local leaders were zipping up life jackets and picking...

GREENFIELD — The Connecticut River Conservancy has been awarded $11,250 for to study microplastics in the Connecticut River Watershed, as part of a...

WHATELY — The Connecticut woman with a host community agreement and state Cannabis Control Commission approval to open an adult-use recreational...

AMHERST — During a typical year, a weekend day in late September would serve as the time for a thorough cleanup of trash dumped along tributaries...

TURNERS FALLS — Welman Hernandez-Diaz, 35, of Worcester, died late Saturday morning in an apparent drowning in the Connecticut River around the...

NORTHAMPTON — Police ended a two-day search Wednesday for a swimmer reportedly hit by a boat in the Oxbow section of the Connecticut River after...

NORTHAMPTON — An intense search for a swimmer who was reportedly hit by a boat was underway for several hours Tuesday afternoon in the Oxbow...

HOLYOKE — The 19th-century architect Henry Hobson Richardson is widely regarded as one of the giants of his field, often mentioned in the same...

AMHERST — At the recent University of Massachusetts climate strike, junior civil engineering major Jihan Eljadidi was inspired by a call to action...

NORTHAMPTON — The body of a woman found Thursday by the Connecticut River has been identified as Holly M. Bell, 46, of East Longmeadow, the...

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