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Greenfield, Massachusetts is located in Franklin County. Zip codes in Greenfield, MA include 01301, and 01302. The median home price in Greenfield is $195,000 which is roughly $116/per square foot. More Greenfield information.

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Where in the world of Western Massachusetts is Anthony Bourdain?...

Anthony Bourdain , the patron saint of celebrity chefs who double as TV stars and best-selling authors, was in Western Massachusetts - and local media were hot on his trail.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

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Club Scout: Uno in Springfield unveils summer courtyard series lineup

Beginning April 28, Uno Chicago Bar and Grill in Springfield will start its live music summer courtyard series featuring a cornucopia of music.

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Greenfield police: 86-year-old woman cited after she plows car into Chapman Street home

GREENFIELD - No injuries were reported Wednesday afternoon when an elderly woman plowed her car into a home on Chapman Street.

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Greenfield Police Department: 'Dispatchers are the unsung heroes of public safety'

A glimpse inside the Springfield Police Department dispatch center, the so-called nerve center of the region's biggest and busiest police force.

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Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail celebrates 10 years of open studios

NORTHAMPTON -Nine area pottery studios will be open for the Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail the weekend of April 26 and 27. The free event, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., allows the public to experience the normally private work spaces of professional potters, whose creative lives are based in the region, for the 10th year.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Recorder

Sharpie Queen

For Rodin, it was stone. But for Suzanne Conway of Colrain, the humble Sharpie is the tool of choice: A simple, felt marker yielding up a bright swoosh of color, in whatever thickness you could want.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

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Homeless man pleads guilty to failure to register with Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board

William Brannigan, 55, whose address is listed as homeless, pleaded guilty on Monday in Franklin Superior Court on charges of failure to register as a sex offender in Montague and Greenfield and misleading a police officer.

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Precinct 5 preliminary election today

Three candidates will vie for two spots on the June ballot today when preliminary election polls open at 7 a.m. Retired Greenfield firefighter John Lyford, local activist and Greenfield Human Rights Commission member Penny Ricketts, and local lawyer specializing in elder law Robert Wainstein will vie for the two spots, which will eventually lead to ... (more)

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Franklin County Technical school cosmetology students will cut hair...

Franklin County Technical school cosmetology students will cut hair for Locks of Love at the school's cosmetology shop on Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Recorder Franklin County Technical School senior Madison Lively of Greenfield and some of her classmates will use their skills as hairdressers-in-training this week to help children, teens and ... (more)

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

CBS 3 Springfield

Sen. Elizabeth Warren addresses Western MA leaders

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren made her way to Western Massachusetts on Saturday afternoon, as she was the keynote speaker for the annual conference for the Hampshire and Franklin regional councils of governments.

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Ruggles/My Turn: My life with autism

Editor's note: Logan Ruggles, the grandson of Terry and Vanna Ruggles of Greenfield, delivered this speech on autism to an all-school meeting at the Tilton School, a private high school in New Hampshire in April of 2013.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

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Editorial: Closing in on a superintendent?

Jahmal Mosley, who had been working in Somerset, dropped out after accepting a job elsewhere, less than a week after Timothy Lee, a principal in Lenox, withdrew his application.

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Wainstein runs for Precinct 5 council seat in Greenfield

Town Council Precinct 5 candidate Robert Wainstein says he does not support a proposed ordinance that would ban plastic bags from being used at checkout counters in Greenfield at this time; he would support an updated wetlands ordinance recently written by the town's Conservation Commission, as long as a clause was included that protected the town ... (more)

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Ricketts runs for Precinct 5 council seat in Greenfield

Town Council Precinct 5 candidate Penny Ricketts says she supports an updated wetlands ordinance written by the town's Conservation Commission, but said she cannot support an ordinance written by a Greenfield resident who wants to ban plastic bags and would need more information to support a Native American burial ground ordinance.

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Lyford runs for Precinct 5 seat in Greenfield

Town Council Precinct 5 candidate John Lyford says he supports an updated wetlands ordinance written by the town's Conservation Commission and a citizen-written ordinance banning plastic bags from being used at check-out counters in Greenfield, but says an ordinance that would strengthen protection of Native American burial grounds needs more work ... (more)

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Letter: Let's vote for Penny

I am a resident of Precinct 5 and echo the comments of Tim Farrell and Teresa Conti.

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Poets of Franklin County: Laura Gail Grohe, The Linens Project

To see a woman calmly embroidering in public is not an unusual sight perhaps, though embroidery seems more antiquated than knitting, which many people - mostly women - bring along to occupy their hands at lectures, meetings or even movies.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

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Whately to vote on Town Hall project

Before the historic white clapboard meeting house finally transforms into the newly renovated and expanded Town Hall, residents will be asked again to give their support one last time to the two-year project at annual town meeting on April 29. Townspeople will be asked to approve $3.8 million to rehabilitate and expand the 1844 historic Town Hall ... (more)

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2nd suspect in fire that destroyed 2 Montague barns, 18-year-old...

MONTAGUE - A second suspect in the Hatchery Road fire t hat destroyed two barns and damaged a modular home last month turned himself in to Greenfield District Court Wednesday, officials said.

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Q&A with Liz Whynott and Tim Purington of Tapestry Health on needle exchange, Narcan and stigma

"The change is so amazing. All of a sudden, Narcan is not controversial at all, and everyone wants it."

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