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Norm Roy's Lollygagger: Henry Dreist of Belchertown begins next career as Florida park volunteer
It was a cold morning in 1985 when Henry A. Driest III awoke to a foot of snow outside his home on Warren Wright Road, Belchertown.
Fri May 24, 2013
Middle East Expert Mednicoff Named Lead Investigator for $1 Million Research Study
AMHERST, Mass. - David Mednicoff, assistant professor of public policy and director of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has been awarded a $1.01 million grant to be principal investigator for interdisciplinary research on legal development and practices in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.
WW II Vet's Memorial Day Gift: His Diploma, Finally
AMHERST, Mass.-Arthur J. Ourieff's first semester at college started out like any other.
Thu May 23, 2013
Hampshire County notes: UMass history exhibit, Pelham burial grounds...
The University of Massachusetts Libraries is hosting an exhibit, "Metamorphosis: Transformation from Agriculture College to University," through Sept.
Wed May 22, 2013
Submitted photo GCC student exhibit There will be a reception for an exhibit of student work at Greenfield Community College Thursday, April 18.
A New England Must-See
Emily Dickinson's home, in Amherst, Mass., offers beautiful grounds and a peek into the life of one of America's greatest writers.
Coliseum, California X, Greys, TV Freaks and Cellos
The pink and white lotus flower growing out of a skull on the cover of Coliseum's new record, Sister Faith, pretty much says it all.
Sun May 19, 2013
Fri May 17, 2013
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
There are few public safety responsibilities more important than safeguarding the Quabbin Reservoir, which supplies the water needs of metropolitan Boston every day.
Wed May 15, 2013
Community Advocate Newspaper
Richard Quitadamo, 55
On May 27, 1957, Richard was born to Virginia Quitadamo and the late Ralph Quitadamo.
Tue May 14, 2013
Driver issues Alford plea in motorcyclist death from 2012
A Sunderland woman admitted in court that while she cannot remember any details of the 2012 motor vehicle accident that killed a 24-year-old University of Massachusetts student, the state has enough evidence to convict her.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
FBI, state police investigate Quabbin Reservoir trespass case
The FBI and state police are investigating seven people - from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Singapore - who were allegedly found inside the confines of the Quabbin Reservoir's watershed area shortly after midnight Tuesday, state police said.
Smith College exhibit highlights what and how Americans have read through time
Politics, current events, self-help, daily news and etiquette are topics that Americans have enjoyed reading about for centuries, and some of the materials that brought them such information are on display through May 28 at Smith College in Northampton.
Amherst Garden Club holds annual plant sale; Porter-Phelps-Huntington ...
AMHERST - The Garden Club of Amherst annual plant sale will be held May 18 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. under the tent on the Amherst Common, rain or shine.
UMass chiefs are far down salary list
Top administrators in the University of Massachusetts system were compensated less than the average public school president, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education's annual survey of executive compensation at 214 public colleges.
Mon May 13, 2013
Brittini Benton pleads guilty to motor vehicle homicide in Hadley...
Brittini M. Benton , of Sunderland, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle homicide and other charges Monday in Hampshire Superior Court in connection with an accident that killed Daniel Haley, of Amherst, a year ago.
About Town: Stoughton's Jake Hoffman Posthumously Honored by UMass Amherst
POSTHUMOUS HONORS AND A FUNDRAISER FOR JAKE HOFFMAN : Stoughton's Jake Hoffman would have graduated college on May 10, 2013, with a degree from the Isenberg School's Department of Tourism Management at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
Fri May 10, 2013
Ralph J. Gould, Jr., currently director of public safety at Holyoke...
Ralph J. Gould, Jr., director of public safety at Holyoke Community College since 2006, will assume the post of chief of police for Smith, Mount Holyoke and Hampshire colleges on June 24.
Exploring the unconscious
Writing poems is a way of looking, for Northampton poet Annie Woodhull. Through close observation and imagination, Woodhull works her way toward truth.