“Portrait of a Man Reading by Candlelight” hangs at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It has recently been re-authenticated as a Rembrandt.
A Yale study found one out of every three low-income families struggle to buy diapers.
Hampshire College alum and rare map dealer Edward Forbes Smiley III, enjoyed the trappings of a more than two decade career as a trusted and successful dealer of priceless maps of very early North America.
Since the 1970s, the Cummington Fairgrounds in the western Massachusetts hilltown of Cummington has hosted sheep and wool enthusiasts for a weekend of family and sheep focused events.
Retention of emergency medical technicians, or EMTs, in rural western Massachusetts is critically low in some communities. It’s led to calls for new volunteers and some creative arrangements among neighboring towns.
This city of 73,000 appears to be a magnet for chief executives.
A new book dives into the personal and professional correspondence of Robert Frost. The poet, who taught for decades at Amherst College, has been a […]