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BOSTON — With $17 million from the federal government, the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission plans to reimagine the ways that it tries to...

HOLYOKE — In 1972, the late Father Robert Wagner struck a deal with a young woman who wanted to ride her horse on his nonprofit’s land.Wagner...

NORTHAMPTON — For years, city resident Rodney Kunath has wanted Northampton to close caption its public meetings. “In the City Council meetings...

A little over 30 years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush, marking the first major...

EASTHAMPTON — Thanks to a federally guaranteed and reimbursable Paycheck Protection Program loan through bankESB, Riverside Industries will...

SOUTH HADLEY — Voters will weigh issues including a multimillion-dollar plan to revitalize South Hadley Falls, protecting natural resources...

July hike to benefit All Out Adventures

7/5/19

A trio of land trusts has organized a hike later this month to benefit All Out Adventures, a nonprofit that helps people with disabilities...

NORTHAMPTON — After a multi-year process, the Disability Commission is putting forward 13 recommendations to strengthen the city’s compliance with...

AMHERST — Public advocacy has always come natural for Jim Kruidenier. Whether it was developing employment programs for Vietnam War veterans or...

NORTHAMPTON — Two years ago, Ashfield resident Tom McCrumm broke his hip skiing. He was on crutches and struggled to get around.With all his...

NORTHAMPTON — Construction began Monday for renovations designed to improve accessibility on the sidewalks around City Hall.As a result of the...

On a cool, windy Friday in mid-April, Pamela Rewa stepped out a small van parked at the Northampton Survival Center and walked briskly over to a...

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