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Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Mary Chicoine of Easthampton 
02-16-2024 3:48 PM

Mary Chicoine of Easthampton took this photo of hot onion rye bread on a cold day.How to enter: Snap a pic of something delicious-looking and send it with your name, town and a sentence or two to features@gazettenet.com.


Alpine ski: Hampshire’s Jon Dunn, Billy Warren earn top 5 finishes at PVIAC Individual Championships (PHOTOS)
02-15-2024 6:43 PM

By CONNOR PIGNATELLO

CHARLEMONT — Led by senior Jon Dunn and freshman Billy Warren, the Hampshire Regional boys alpine skiing team took home its fourth consecutive PVIAC South Division title on a sunny Thursday afternoon at Berkshire East. Dunn beat out Warren by 0.8...


Indoor track: Hampshire Regional’s Nick Brisson has career night to pace locals at MIAA Division 5 Championships
02-14-2024 9:51 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

BOSTON — Hampshire Regional’s Nick Brisson had an impressive showing at the MIAA Division 5 Indoor Track and Field Championship at the Reggie Lewis Center on Wednesday. Brisson, a senior, competed in the boys’ 1,000 meters where he finished in a time...


High schools: Greg Stone, Cam Graves combine for 43 points in Smith Academy’s win over Smith Voc
02-14-2024 9:50 PM

By CONNOR PIGNATELLO

The Smith Academy boys basketball team rode a 22-8 advantage in the second quarter to take a local rivalry win against Smith Vocational, 73-61, on Wednesday night.Greg Stone, Cam Graves and Garret Willard almost combined to score 60 of Smith Academy’s...


Guest columnist Rev. Julie G. Olmsted: Love and sorry
02-13-2024 4:29 PM

By The REV. JULIE G. OLMSTED

In the 1970s novel “Love Story,” made into a movie of the same name, one its famous lines was, “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” In my years of loving and making mistakes (OK, we’ll say sinning), it seems to me there perhaps was never a...


A Look Back: Feb. 13
02-13-2024 6:01 AM

50 Years Ago■The Clarke School for the Deaf announced today that it will close one of its dormitories this fall because of declining enrollment. School authorities said that they would close the Yale House, which is now the home of 16 five-year-olds,...


High schools: Zola Higham, Amherst girls take down Hampshire; South Hadley girls capture Suburban League title
02-12-2024 11:20 PM

By BRADYN COTE

AMHERST — The Amherst girls basketball team’s fourth quarter scoring proved to be too much for Hampshire Regional on Monday as the Hurricanes defended its home court on its senior night, 42-34.Both teams were looking to bounce back from losses, but...


Tuesday storm could drop a half-foot of snow on region
02-12-2024 12:47 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

NORTHAMPTON — A significant storm will bring up to 6 inches of snow to the area starting early Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service predicts.The storm arrives in Hampshire County between 1 and 3 a.m., according to meteorologist Alan Dunham in...


Six area wrestlers capture titles at sectional championships (PHOTOS)
02-10-2024 9:19 PM

By GARRETT COTE

WILLIAMSTOWN — Mateo Henriques just had to hang on for a little bit longer, and he would be crowned a Western Massachusetts champion.The Smith Vocational junior was clinging to a 5-2 lead in the final minute of the 120-pound weight class title match...


Mixed-use project pitched for Hampshire College land at Atkins Corner
02-05-2024 2:57 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

AMHERST — A development that could include housing and retail on contiguous vacant parcels owned by Hampshire College, between Atkins Farms Country Market and Applewood at Amherst and across West Bay Road from the Eric Carle Museum, begins making its...


Southampton moves to withhold payment to Hampshire Regional amid problems in school business office
02-04-2024 10:24 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SOUTHAMPTON — The Southampton Select Board agreed last week to withhold paying its quarterly assessment to the Hampshire Regional School District in response to ongoing challenges in the school district’s business office that are putting the town’s...


High schools: Hampshire pushes league-leading Athol to the brink in tight loss (PHOTOS)
01-30-2024 9:34 PM

With the top team in the Hampshire League North in town, the Hampshire Regional boys basketball team had an opportunity to shake things up in the league standings on Tuesday night.Visiting Athol did just enough to stay atop the HL North however, as...


Alpine ski: Northampton’s Keller Mahoney, Hampshire’s Hazel Scully-Henry top local finishers at PVIAC Meet No. 5
01-30-2024 7:18 PM

The Mohawk Trail girls alpine ski team continued its dominance this winter on Tuesday evening. The Warriors put the top three individual skiers down the giant slalom course, besting the field at PVIAC Meet No. 5 at Berkshire East in Charlemont.Addie...


Guest columnist Dan Peters: No, you bleep: Refs have had enough
01-29-2024 9:31 AM

By DAN PETERS

Imagine being at your workplace trying to perform your job duties and you hear your boss yell the following comments directed at you:“That’s terrible!”“Open up your eyes.”“You blew that one!”“Where are your glasses?!?!”Can you imagine trying to work...


A Look Back: Jan. 29
01-29-2024 6:01 AM

50 Years Ago ■A single-engine plane carrying two occupants crashed in woods beyond the end of Brook Street in Easthampton Sunday afternoon. William P. Arnold Sr., 48, of Springfield, and his son William Jr., 26, escaped serious injury and were taken...


Hampshire Regional educators, backers rally for long-stalled contract
01-26-2024 5:03 PM

By MADDIE FABIAN

WESTHAMPTON — As Hampshire Regional School District teachers approach five months of working without a contract, over 115 community members showed up to an online forum Thursday night in support of the union’s fight for a new deal.The forum was held...


Columnist Susan Wozniak: Tracking my life through a small place
01-26-2024 8:53 AM

By SUSAN WOZNIAK

I have no idea when or why I decided I wanted to live in Massachusetts. Maybe it was its history, or its intellectual reputation. Maybe it was the beautiful photographs that graced the calendars that oil companies handed out. The ones printed on...


Easthampton council president Homar Gomez launches bid for state representative
01-25-2024 2:24 PM

By MADDIE FABIAN

EASTHAMPTON — Seven years after entering the political spotlight as a member of the Easthampton City Council, Homar Gomez on Thursday officially launched a bid for state representative for the 2nd Hampshire District.“My family, the community, my...


“Nice call, ref”: Pulling back the curtain in regard to the high school basketball officiating situation in western Massachusetts
01-24-2024 5:40 PM

By GARRETT COTE

A couple weeks ago, I sat inside Smith Academy’s Sherry Webb Gymnasium in Hatfield to cover a girls basketball game between the Falcons and Duggan Academy of Springfield. As the game progressed, the displeasure from supporters only grew louder – and...


Making news in business, Jan. 25
01-24-2024 11:47 AM

Bank donates $10K to housing projectNORTHAMPTON — Greenfield Cooperative Bank has donated $10,000 to Habitat for Humanity’s Victoria Bismark Farm project. This initiative calls for the construction of three single-family homes on Burts Pit Road in...

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