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Erik Hoel grew up surrounded by books — literally. His mother, Sue Little, ran an independent bookstore, The Jabberwocky in Newburyport, a shop...

Travel has been discouraged during the pandemic, including being in a car with unrelated people. But if you have to take a taxi or a ride with Uber...

AMHERST — The University of Massachusetts will open a new lab in its Institute for Applied Life Sciences to conduct its own COVID-19 testing, which...

Like any number of people, Oliver Broudy for years was generally aware of the large number of dangerous chemicals awash in the environment: in the...

When Gov. Charlie Baker announced a stay-at-home order in March, and some researchers pivoted their work to COVID-19, many other research...

NORTHAMPTON — Timothy “Tim” Foldy-Porto’s spring break illustrated that “genius loves company,” even in times of quarantine. Unable to return to...

BOSTON — Not all soil is treated equal was the message of a State House briefing on a proposal by state Sen. Jo Comerford, D-Northampton, designed...

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Residents are invited and encouraged to attend a Feb. 29 forum aimed at motivating them to take action to combat climate change...

SOUTH DEERFIELD — The Egyptians are credited with making the first candle out of beeswax in roughly 3,000 B.C.Five thousand years later, the world...

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Local legislators visited the UMass Crop and Animal Research and Education Center on Monday morning to see for themselves how new...

WHATELY — Pockets of the tea industry have recently been steeped in controversy after Canadian researchers discovered that some plastic tea bags...

The early years of the 20th century witnessed a wave of new forms of artistic expression that all seemed to end in “ism,” such as Cubism...

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