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AMHERST — Bouncing a large rubber ball between markings on the pavement, twin 7-year-old sisters Arya and Liv Moore tried to get the best of each...

AMHERST — Along a trail named for famed author Julius Lester, who made his home in the Amherst area, families can take in the natural surroundings...

Like any number of musicians across the country — around the world, really — Mister G has had to find a new rhythm due to the pandemic. The...

Digger: A MemoirBy Barbara McCollough Every family has its secrets. In “Digger,” a memoir by Barbara McCollough, secrecy cuts through two...

March was a very difficult time for students and staff at Whole Children, the Hadley organization that offers a range of enrichment programs for...

People have looked for different kinds of comfort while sheltering at home during the pandemic — reading books, watching movies, experimenting with...

Max Callahan, a 20-year-old Pelham resident with autism, has a busier social life now than he had before the COVID-19 pandemic. He’s taking five...

NORTHAMPTON — At a time when many people are in need, two area booksellers have teamed up with other organizations to propose a unique idea: match...

Sometimes the stories that we read as children and young adults have impacts that last a lifetime. But children’s books don’t have to be just...

NORTHAMPTON – Kindergartners from the Campus School of Smith College paid a visit to author and Christopher Heights resident Norton Juster on...

SOUTH HADLEY — Police are investigating two recent incidents of suspicious activity by men approaching students going to their bus stops.The first...

Raised in California and Vermont, poet Sara London begins her most recent collection, “Upkeep,” on an unusual note: with confessions to an Earth...

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