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Fire Chief Sue Labrie breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday, when the Goshen Fire Department received a delivery of personal protection equipment, or...

Feds launch probe of Soldiers’ Home 

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HOLYOKE — Federal prosecutors are opening a civil rights investigation into the Soldiers’ Home amid a deadly coronavirus outbreak in the facility...

HOLYOKE — The superintendent of the Soldiers’ Home, who was suspended amid a deadly COVID-19 outbreak at the facility, said Thursday that state...

An upbeat, anonymous artist has been placing these cheerfully illustrated stones on lawns and beside trees along the streets of the Holyoke...

Church services First Congregational Church of Hadley is sharing services on Hadley Cable Channel 191, Sundays at 12:30 p.m. The service shown will...

EASTHAMPTON — Construction at the site of the future River Valley Co-op has been halted and will not resume for at least four weeks after Wright...

NORTHAMPTON — The number of COVID-19 cases in Hampshire County climbed to 177 on Thursday, up from 164 the previous day, according to the...

HOLYOKE — A second nursing home in the city has reported that residents have tested positive for COVID-19.“We have eight residents at Mount Saint...

HOLYOKE — The city’s courthouse, which was already closed to the public but open for some workers, has been temporarily closed after an employee...

EASTHAMPTON — Few items have been in as high demand, and as difficult to find, as hand sanitizer since the public became aware of the dangers of...

AMHERST — After weathering a tumultuous start to 2019, Hampshire College last fall announced a plan to secure its long-term future: a five-year...

NORTHAMPTON — Area district attorneys are praising a ruling by the state’s highest court that allows for pretrial detainees who are held on bail...

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