Daily Hampshire Gazette Logo

Search Results

All these search terms are true at the same time:

Keyword search: granby

Displaying articles 61 to 80 out of 102 total.
|<
1
2
3
4
5
6
>|

Granby budgets up for approval in second part of Town Meeting
05-29-2023 9:01 AM

By JAMES PENTLAND

GRANBY — Town and school budgets and other major expenditures will be presented to voters for approval when the second half of the annual Town Meeting gets underway Monday, June 5.What isn’t on the warrant this year but could be in the near future...


Herbert Abelson: Killing will continue under hollow leadership
05-12-2023 12:42 PM

The killing continues despite “thoughts and prayers,” and it will only get worse as we hide behind pride, ideology, party, patriotism, the constitution and religion. We will continue to kill because of hate, extremism, mental illness and essentially...


PHOTOS: Granby girls lacrosse avenges loss to Belchertown with 12-10 win
05-09-2023 9:29 PM

By HANNAH BEVIS

GRANBY — The last time Belchertown and Granby clashed on the lacrosse field, the Orioles walked away with a narrow 14-12 victory. Both teams knew going into the rematch at Granby that it would be a similar battle the second go-round. Both teams fought...


Daniel S. Miller: Word switch at Smith College
05-09-2023 4:54 PM

 The May 5 Gazette quotes an email from three faculty members at the Smith College School of Social Work announcing that the continued use of the word field, as in field placements, “may hold negative associations’’ with slavery. [“School at Smith...


Baseball: Griffin Smiarowski tosses gem as Smith Academy blanks Granby, 1-0 (PHOTOS)
05-03-2023 8:49 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

GRANBY – Smith Academy starter Griffin Smiarowski stared down Granby hitters unflinchingly for seven innings. He struck out seven and didn’t walk any in a four-hit shutout Wednesday, as the Falcons capitalized on one Granby mistake in a 1-0 win.“I'll...


Amherst Invitational: Northampton girls ultimate takes 2nd in prestigious event
04-30-2023 5:48 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

GRANBY — In what originally looked like a rebuilding year, the Northampton girls ultimate program showed it can compete at the highest level.The Blue Devils reached the Amherst Invitational Gx division championship game for the first time Sunday,...


Boys volleyball notebook: Defending WMass champion Frontier still growing in 2nd season
04-14-2023 8:13 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Was anyone surprised that co-coaches Sean MacDonald and Courtney Parent were able to take a group who had never played volleyball before and in just a few months turn them into Western Mass. champions? With the success MacDonald and Parent have had...


Girls lacrosse: Granby’s Ella Laliberte nets 200th career goal in win over Monson
04-06-2023 7:31 PM

By HANNAH BEVIS 

Earlier in the week, Ella Laliberte knew she had a chance to score her 200th career goal in a lacrosse game against Monson. The Granby senior purposely held back in that contest, wanting to save the celebration for her home turf. Laliberte got her...


Christopher L. Miller: Thought it was April Fool’s Day joke
04-04-2023 5:54 PM

Honestly, Gazette, you had me going (“Easthampton school superintendent job offer abruptly rescinded“ April 1). According to your story, the Easthampton School Committee sent a cop car to roust Vito Perrone out of bed after midnight, so they could...


Effort underway to update ‘Granby Girl’ headstone from Unknown to Patricia Ann Tucker
03-15-2023 5:33 PM

By EMILY THURLOW

GRANBY — The mystery that surrounded the case of the murder victim who came to be known as “Granby Girl” was one that struck a lot of people, including the town’s retired police chief, Lou Barry.Though he took the helm at the Police Department in 1987...


Area farmers call on Congress to make climate policy a priority
03-13-2023 1:11 PM

By JULIAN MENDOZA

MONTAGUE — Red Fire Farm’s Ryan and Sarah Voiland joined hundreds of farmers from across the U.S. for a recent climate rally in Washington, D.C., marching to the Capitol before meeting with legislators to ask for climate change policy to be a priority...


Investigators crack 44-year-old cold case, identify ‘Granby Girl’
03-06-2023 8:48 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

GRANBY — Recent advances in DNA technology and dogged police work have confirmed the identity of a woman who had been known only as “Granby Girl” since her extensively decomposed body was found in the woods off Amherst Road in November 1978.The woman,...


Authorities to discuss breakthrough in 45-year-old unsolved Granby homicide
03-03-2023 4:33 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — A breakthrough in a 45-year-old unsolved homicide in Granby is expected to be announced at a Monday press conference.The case is that of the “Granby girl,” an unnamed woman, believed to have been around 20 years old, whose body was...


Jon Hochschartner: Lawmakers should support cultivated meat research 
01-02-2023 10:08 PM

If our political leaders are serious about addressing the climate crisis, they should support increased public funding for cultivated meat research. For those who aren’t familiar with the term, cultivated meat is grown from animal cells, without...


New York man held on $30K bail in Granby pot bust
01-13-2022 8:31 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

BELCHERTOWN — A Brooklyn, New York man arrested Wednesday for his role in growing close to 1,400 marijuana plants inside a Granby home will be held at Hampshire Jail and House of Correction on $30,000 cash bail.Haolin Yu, 30, pleaded not guilty to...


Granby man denies child rape, sexual abuse charges
11-13-2020 4:32 PM

By MICHAEL CONNORS

NORTHAMPTON — A Granby man answered in court last week to numerous allegations of child sexual abuse, including the aggravated statutory rape of a child.Steven C. Trznadel, 35, pleaded not guilty on Nov. 3 in Hampshire Superior Court to 11 sex crimes,...


South Deerfield restaurant owner overcomes COVID-19 after 80-day hospital stay
07-14-2020 10:38 PM

By MARY BYRNE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — For the first time in months, Samantha Daviau felt like she could finally take a breath.Her father, Richard Daviau, owner of Damn Yankees BBQ on Elm Street in South Deerfield, was released from Baystate Medical Center in Springfield...


Acorn to Arabella: Two friends and the journey of a wooden boat
10-31-2018 3:24 PM

Story and photos by KEVIN GUTTING

According to Alix Kreder, his college buddy Steve Denette had been working on a certain project for years — but only in his head.“Years and years,” added Denette as he broke for lunch in the kitchen of his Granby home one weekday last month. “Building...


Granby man sentenced to jail for possessing child pornography
08-02-2017 11:35 PM

By EMILY CUTTS

NORTHAMPTON — A Granby man who police say possessed some 3,000 images and videos of child pornography pleaded guilty to the allegations Wednesday in Hampshire Superior Court and was sentenced to jail. Judge Richard Carey sentenced Sean W. Scully, 46,...


Former Granby principal sues town for more than $90,000
08-02-2017 10:07 AM

By DUSTY CHRISTENSEN

GRANBY — The former principal of Granby Junior/ Senior High School has filed a lawsuit against the town, superintendent and members of the School Committee over what he claims was a breach of his contract and a violation of wage laws.Jonathan Cavallo,...

Displaying articles 61 to 80 out of 102 total.
|<
1
2
3
4
5
6
>|

Weather page

By using this site, you agree with our use of cookies to personalize your experience, measure ads and monitor how our site works to improve it for our users

Copyright © 2016 to 2024 by H.S. Gere & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved.