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A timber rattlesnake in Berkshire County, Masachusetts.
Patrick Randall / Creative Commons

Our panel of journalists looks at the big stories in the news.

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The Hartford Yard Goats minor league baseball team has their home opener at Dunkin Donuts Park Thursday, April 13, 2017.
NATHAN RUBINSTEIN / MASSLIVE

Our panel of journalists looks at the big stories in the news.

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Graphic of an Amherst College baseball cap on the skeleton of a Columbian mammoth, which is on display at the school's natural history museum.
Screen shot from mascot video / Amherst College

Our panel of journalists looks at the big stories in the news.

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Marijuana activists celebrated outside the Mass. State House on Dec. 15, 2016, the first day pot became legal in the Bay State. Here, Ellen Brown holds a handful of pot.
Gintautas Dumcius / MassLive

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U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts reacts when the conversation turns to Senator Mitch McConnell during her annual Springfield Office Hours at City Stage, Monday, March 20, 2017, in Springfield, Mass.
Jessica Hill / The Republican

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Construction of the MGM casino in Springfield, Mass., as of Oct. 2016.
Don Treeger / The Republican

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The former toll booth at Exit 8 of the Massachusetts Turnpike in Palmer.
Adam Frenier / NEPR

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Play-Doh will be made in East Longmeadow, Mass.
MASSLIVE

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A screenshot from the West Mass branding video.
Video by Steve Porter / PORTERHOUSE MEDIA

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  • Ardent President Trump supporter Massachusetts State Representative Geoff Diehl is considering running against Senator Elizabeth Warren in 2018.
  • Should the long standing moniker Pioneer Valley be changed to West Mass?
  • Educators and police in Northampton, Massachusetts, are trying to come up with new ways to engage students after a program called “High Five Friday” was stopped due to concerns about some children’s reactions to law enforcement. 

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Jewish Family Service's Springfield office.
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