One week from today, in Northampton, Massachusetts, thirty-six of the region’s most skilled professional tree climbers will compete in the 27th annual New England Tree […]
Some dire news this week about plants that’re native to New England. Many — 1 in 5 – are endangered. That’s according to a report […]
More police departments are offering their parking lots to the public as a way to make Craigslist-type transactions safer for residents.
The new route for passenger rail through the Pioneer Valley is exceeding expectations. That’s according to numbers from Amtrak. But it’s hard to tell if its had much of an effect on local businesses.
Late last month, the influential music site Pitchfork declared that “Western Massachusetts is having another moment.” At the top of the list, And The Kids, a Northampton group whose album, “Turn to Each Other” is out this week.
The change was spurred by federal stimulus money to update Amtrak’s Vermonter line. The trip is now slightly shorter, but the trains aren’t coming through the area any more often.
Amtrak’s Vermonter is serving Amherst for the last time this weekend. Train service shifts to Northampton and Greenfield starting Monday
A judge shut down the city’s BID last week, ruling that the organization was created in violation of a state law
Linda Post, the festival’s co-founder, reflects on how the Northampton event has changed over two decades.
The restrictions cover five cities and towns in greater Springfield, and in Northampton.
Questions have surfaced about the executive director’s credentials, as listed on the state application.
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.
Vermont officials for the first time used a new law allowing them to fine people who intentionally feed bears.
In two years, students will face College Board’s new SAT. To prepare for it, high schools may make changes of their own.
As soon as he heard about a possible lack of available road salt to treat snowy and icy roadways, Northampton, Massachusetts Public Works Director Ned Huntley took a preventative measure.