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Two area businesses create unique chairs for charity
05-26-2017 9:47 PM

 By SCOTT MERZBACH

Owners of two local businesses have created unique chairs that are part of an auction that will raise money for Boston-based charities.Karen Dzendolet, principal and owner of KDZ Designs in Pelham, and John Geraghty, founder of Grain of Thought...


Southampton Police step up handicap parking violations, 3 ticketed
05-17-2017 9:46 PM

By CAITLIN ASHWORTH

SOUTHAMPTON — Officers seized three misused handicap placards last week in an effort to crack down on those who illegally park in handicap spaces.Lt. Ian Illingsworth said the department typically checks for placards of cars parked in handicapped...


Southampton voters to decide on override at Tuesday TM
05-15-2017 8:35 PM

By CAITLIN ASHWORTH

SOUTHAMPTON — Due to a tight budget, the William E. Norris School is asking for a $110,000 override at Town Meeting Tuesday night to fund additional staff and necessary supplies.Southampton residents will vote on 39 articles at Town Meeting, which...


Southampton Select Board hopefuls lay out priorities at candidates event
04-28-2017 12:12 AM

By CAITLIN ASHWORTH

SOUTHAMPTON — Four candidates running for the two seats on the Select Board all voiced parallel concern for a top priority in town — a new public safety complex.“If we don’t do anything within the next few years, it’s literally going to fall down,”...


Candidates for Southampton Select Board to share views at Wednesday forum
04-25-2017 11:53 PM

By CAITLIN ASHWORTH

SOUTHAMPTON — With two seats open on the Select Board and four candidates running, the town is holding an event Wednesday night to help inform voters.Southampton’s “Meet Your Select Board Candidates” forum is at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall, 210 College...


Easter Sunday brushfire in Southampton ruled accidental in nature by investigators
04-21-2017 9:39 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SOUTHAMPTON — The cause of a brush fire that consumed more than 12 acres in Southampton on Easter Sunday has been ruled accidental, said Fire Chief John C. Workman.Investigators pinpointed an old railroad bed as the origin of the fire, which burned...


Dry, windy days sparking brush fires
04-18-2017 8:25 AM

By JACK SUNTRUP

SOUTHAMPTON — When 16-year-old Damien Cox caught a faint burning smell Sunday afternoon, he assumed the scent was wafting from a neighbor’s kitchen. It was Easter, after all.“So we didn’t think anything of it,” he said.Later, his godfather spotted the...


Brickyard Road in Southampton closed for construction during the morning commute
04-18-2017 8:02 AM

By GAZETTE STAFF

SOUTHAMPTON – Commuters will have to find a different route this morning as a portion of Brickyard Road will be closed from the Gilbert Road intersection to Valley Road.The closure comes as construction crews work to remove railroad tracks near Valley...


Southampton may stop plowing private streets unless TM takes action
03-23-2017 12:23 AM

By CAITLIN ASHWORTH

SOUTHAMPTON — The town’s three-decade practice of using public money to remove snow and ice from private streets may soon come to an end.“It is illegal and other communities are doing it (plowing),” Select Board member James Labrie said at a public...


Coping after a month riddled with gun violence and terrorism
07-21-2016 8:19 AM

By TAYLOR TELFORD

When the planes decimated the Twin Towers in 2001, Jim McGorry watched on the television in his darkened bar, Ye Ol’ Watering Hole on Pleasant Street in Northampton. It was 10 a.m. and the bar was closed, but people pounded on the door and he let them...

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