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Overnight seasonal shelters in Northampton and Amherst ensure that vulnerable populations have a place to stay during the coldest months of the...

NORTHAMPTON — The Haymarket Cafe has been a part of downtown Northampton since 1991. But a defining feature of the now-iconic coffee shop and...

NORTHAMPTON — The iconic bronze “Happy Frog” sculpture on Main Street that collects donations for a local soup kitchen was discovered broken into...

Homelessness is an enormous but often hidden problem in our area, says state Rep. Lindsay Sabadosa, D-Northampton — but Monday morning, hundreds of...

Homeless support organizations, state agencies and providers from across the region are expected this Monday, June 10, for the third annual Western...

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the Concord Monitor on May 5.CONCORD, N.H.The young woman with the familiar last name was seated...

NORTHAMPTON — A housing project on Hatfield Street for homeless youth and youth at risk of homelessness received a boost late last week from...

PITTSFIELD — The Rev. Peter Gregory's four decades-plus of priesthood is one of destiny.For 28 years, the city native was pastor of St. Charles...

GREENFIELD — Zach Wheeler, 24, was in jail while some of the city’s homeless lived on the Greenfield Common this summer. He remembered a sense of...

Four years ago, those seeking refuge at Grove Street Inn spent about four to six weeks on the shelter’s waiting list. Now, that wait is closer to...

GREENFIELD — Homeless residents have until Aug. 20 to leave the Greenfield Common following a Board of Health vote that the encampment on the...

GREENFIELD — Mayor William Martin has called on the City Council to hold an emergency meeting Thursday to address the growing homeless population...

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