RETIREMENT

AMHERST — A loud caravan of at least 30 cars, some of which were decked out with signs and balloons, paraded into the parking lot of Groff Park on...

For the past 16 years, Nick Fleisher has served as vice president of community-based services for Clinical & Support Options (CSO), leading...

EASTHAMPTON — For the first time since the 1980s, a new person is serving as the director of the city’s Department of Public Works.Monday was the...

NORTHAMPTON — For John F. Heaps Jr., president and CEO of Florence Bank, giving back to the community and providing good customer service isn’t...

EASTHAMPTON – City Council President Joseph McCoy’s 14th and final year on the Easthampton City Council came to an end Wednesday night with his...

NORTHAMPTON — On a night when the council voted 8-1 to put a $2.5 million general override on the ballot, five city councilors had their final...

NORTHAMPTON — Before becoming the television personality 22News viewers across western Massachusetts have known for decades, news anchor Barry...

Seventy-five-year-old Lucinda Kidder has spent most of her life in theater. Her retirement will be no different. Although she has decided to leave...

NORTHAMPTON — Capt. Dorothy Clayton would prefer her retirement not receive a lot of attention, but her more than three decades in the Northampton...

NORTHAMPTON — Since 1979, Nancy Foley has gone to work in the courts at 15 Gothic St.“I know every inch of that building,” said Foley, 61, of...

EASTHAMPTON — Veterinarian James Hayden is going to miss the people the most when he puts down his stethoscope for the final time this fall.“Mainly...

NORTHAMPTON — Linda Desmond, the city’s director of senior services, announced Thursday in a press release that she will be retiring at the end of...

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