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South Hadley man arraigned on cocaine, weapons charges
02-01-2024 5:44 PM

Staff Report

SOUTH HADLEY — A South Hadley man was ordered held on $3,000 bail following his arraignment Thursday in Eastern Hampshire District Court on charges of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, subsequent offense, possession of a firearm...


UMass football: Minutemen announce transfer additions for 2024 season
02-01-2024 5:24 PM

As the spring 2024 semester officially kicked off at UMass on Thursday, head coach Don Brown and the Minutemen were able to announce the next set of roster additions with 19 transfer student-athletes joining the team. Among the 19 transfers, 12 are on...


In time for downbeat: Jazz record designer Jack Frisch hosts new jazz show on Valley Free Radio to ‘get the music out there’
02-01-2024 3:13 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Back in the 1980s, Jack Frisch, then in his early twenties, got bitten pretty hard by the jazz bug, taking the ferry from his home in Staten Island, New York, over to Manhattan with some friends and haunting record shops.His interest had been...


Arts Briefs: New exhibits and a gallery expansion in Easthampton, a musical cabaret in Amherst, and more
02-01-2024 3:08 PM

A grand reopeningEASTHAMPTON — With a dramatic increase in space, 50 Arrow Gallery will inaugurate its new locale Feb. 8 with a celebratory reopening and the unveiling of a new exhibit, featuring the work of Valley artist David Andrews.The gallery’s...


Earth Matters: Queering the outdoors: The Venture Out Project empowers LGBTQIA2S+ people through community and adventure
02-01-2024 3:07 PM

By ALLIE MARTINEAU

Affinity spaces for queer people are essential, to share the things we carry. To meet friends, trade craft and clothing, talk about our lives, how to find doctors and well-sewn binders, how to come out, change a tire, ask for a raise, or cook for a...


The Evergreens house is ready for its close-up after preservation work at Emily Dickinson Museum
02-01-2024 1:38 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

AMHERST — Closed since 2019 for extensive preservation efforts and infrastructure improvements, The Evergreens, a key property at the Emily Dickinson Museum, will reopen for visitors March 1.The 19th century house was built in 1856 for Austin...


Arizona man indicted on slew of stalking, threatening charges
02-01-2024 1:11 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

NORTHAMPTON — A 44-year-old man who allegedly traveled cross-country from his Arizona home while sending his ex-girlfriend in Northampton violent video and text message threats is in the Hampshire County jail awaiting arraignment.Anthony Hayden Jr.,...


‘Every second counts’: Lions Club buys AED machines for Northampton’s public libraries
02-01-2024 12:17 PM

By EMILEE KLEIN

NORTHAMPTON — The Northampton Lions Club — in collaboration with the Fire Department — this week gave automated external defibrillators to both Lilly and Forbes libraries as a way of bolstering the immediate emergency response for library patrons and...


State Sen. Velis alarmed over pharmacies limiting Narcan access
02-01-2024 11:26 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

WESTFIELD — State law requires the overdose prevention drug naloxone — known by its brand name, Narcan — to be always be available over the counter, as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has allowed it to be sold directly to consumers since last...


High schools: Smith Voc edges Frontier in evenly-contested wrestling match (PHOTOS)
01-31-2024 9:26 PM

It was an even match between the Smith Vocational and Frontier wrestling teams on Wednesday in Northampton. Of the eight matches that were wrestled, the Vikings won four and the Redhawks took four. With Smith Vocational taking 18 points from forfeits,...


H.S. Basketball Notebook: Which bubble teams are most likely to punch state tournament tickets?
01-31-2024 6:22 PM

By GARRETT COTE

As the calendar flips from January to February, it’s now officially time to say that playoff basketball will be played this month. The race to the postseason is always hottest during the second month of the year, and that’s again the case in 2024 with...


New campaign to push toward Tilton Library’s $2M goal for expansion project
01-31-2024 4:30 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — With Tilton Library approaching the early-spring start date for its expansion project, the library is launching its newest capital campaign to continue climbing toward its goal of $2 million.The “I Heart Tilton” campaign launched on...


‘Worst food anywhere’? Amherst leaders quick to crack back at dining diss
01-31-2024 4:22 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

AMHERST — Chicken cordon bleu pizza and slices topped with tortellini are among the food offerings J. Mascis, an Amherst native and founder of the rock band Dinosaur Jr., says he can get when dining in town, likely a reference to what is available at...


UMass basketball: La Salle rallies from big deficit, hands Minutewomen 8th straight loss
01-31-2024 3:55 PM

By GARRETT COTE

AMHERST — Down by three points with eight seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, UMass junior guard Kristin Williams received a pass from Bre Bellamy on the wing with time ticking away.Williams took one dribble to control the ball and square her...


State report emphasizes flexibility, tech in education
01-31-2024 12:54 PM

By Sam Drysdale

BOSTON — Following a presentation on reforming education to embrace artificial intelligence, build more flexibility into the school day, and fundamentally rethink how and where students learn, the state’s K-12 education commissioner agreed that...


Amherst, college to host day for girls in sports on Saturday
01-31-2024 11:10 AM

AMHERST — Girls will have the opportunity to try a variety of sports and games as Amherst College’s female athletes help lead a regional celebration for the Women’s Sports Foundation’s National Girls and Women in Sports Day on Saturday.Running from 10...


Hadley officials respond to Open Meeting complaints
01-31-2024 10:34 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — A Hadley resident’s Open Meeting Law complaints with the state attorney general’s office contend that agendas for Select Board and Finance Committee meetings held last fall contained insufficient information for the public to understand...


Regional agricultural conference set for Saturday in Northampton
01-31-2024 9:56 AM

By EMILEE KLEIN

NORTHAMPTON — The Pioneer Valley Regional Agricultural Conference this Saturday presents three guest speakers on low-impact forestry, cheese making and maple forestry production for agricultural professionals looking to diversify their production.The...


A city ready for a wine shop: Longtime friends open Tip Top in Easthampton
01-31-2024 9:19 AM

By MADDIE FABIAN

EASTHAMPTON — A few years back, longtime friends Miranda Brown and Lauren Clark realized that the city didn’t have its own quality wine store.“It was during the pandemic, and everybody was going and buying wine. … We were just like, ‘Why do we have to...


Area property deed transfers, Feb. 1
01-31-2024 9:17 AM

AMHERST Carmen Carracelas-Juncal to Trang Le, 170 E. Hadley Road, Lot 92, $317,500 Good Daves LLC to Michael M. Lee and Yong S. Lee, 221 Northampton Road, $380,000 Amir Mikhchi and Fatemeh Giahi to Xiaoqin Zhon, 21 Webster...

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