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Military tribute banners under review in Hadley
07-27-2023 7:54 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — Hadley may soon join several other communities in the region, including Easthampton, Holyoke and Belchertown, in honoring military veterans, likely from Memorial Day through Veterans Day, by displaying banners along public ways.The Select...


Hadley Select Board jettisons 4 committees
07-27-2023 7:50 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — A panel focused on providing advice for what the town should do with the historic Russell School building in Hadley center is disbanding, one of a handful of committees being eliminated by the Select Board.During the Select Board’s July 5...


Guest columnist Andy Morris-Friedman: The price of freedom?
07-27-2023 7:47 PM

By ANDY MORRIS-FRIEDMAN

This Fourth of July really got off with a bang. Most importantly it’s the anniversary (OK, maybe not most importantly) of my own marriage to my long-suffering wife. Each year I give her flowers with a sympathy card saying, “Stuck with me for another...


2023 Gazette Baseball Player of the Year: Patrick Fitzgibbons, Hopkins Academy
07-27-2023 7:35 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

Greg Vreeland called his older brother, Hopkins Academy baseball coach Dan Vreeland, over to the hitting tunnel set up near the field. The mesh cage allowed the Golden Hawks’ junior varsity call ups and bench players to take batting practice swings...


Hadley woman laid off from Hampshire College IT collects $1M Powerball winner
07-27-2023 7:32 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — A member of the information technology staff at Hampshire College, Rae Ann Wentworth-Cadieux was among those who received layoff notices on June 30, with uncertainty remaining about what positions will be available as the campus transitions...


Floodwaters claim Hadley CSA farm’s harvest
07-19-2023 2:06 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — Eight acres of tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, leeks, beets, peppers and garlic, all about ready to harvest at the height of the growing season for Stone Soup Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture summer shares, will soon be plowed under after...


Trusting children’s inner artist: Hartsbrook School’s Creativity Camp launches inaugural season
07-19-2023 2:01 PM

By MERCY LINGLE

Senna Kahn, a rising third grader at the Hartsbrook School in Hadley, claims that when she draws she doesn’t “usually make things, I just let my hands guide me.”She reported this while coloring in a mandala that she had created under the guidance of...


Town officials mull options for Young Men’s Club alcohol license in Hadley 
07-13-2023 11:18 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — Town officials are exploring options for how the Young Men’s Club can continue to hold events at its East Street site that are open to the public, with alcohol being served to those in attendance, while remaining in compliance with both town...


Man found dead in woods near Hadley mall, death not deemed suspicious
07-13-2023 11:15 AM

By Scott Merzbach

HADLEY — A man’s body was found in a wooded area off Route 9 near the Mountain Farms Mall Sunday morning, but his death is not considered suspicious, according to the Northwestern district attorney’s office.Police and emergency responders were called...


Redevelopment of Village Barn Shops in Hadley may hinge on adoption of ‘smart growth’ zoning
07-06-2023 12:39 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — A proposed project to redevelop a portion of the Village Barn Shops on Route 9 with apartments for people age 55 and over may hinge on the town adopting a smart-growth zoning and housing production district.While the Housing and Economic...


Some in Hadley fed up with concerts at the Young Men’s Club
06-28-2023 8:12 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — Twice a year, hundreds of college students, many from the University of Massachusetts, gather at the Young Men’s Club on East Street for daylong celebrations, with live music to listen to and plenty of alcohol to consume.Those who live on the...


State doles out grants for trail work in several area communities
06-28-2023 8:05 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

An infusion of $320,000 from the state’s MassTrails Grant Program will bring the design and engineering phase for a new 3½-mile rail trail in Southampton another step closer to completion.Meanwhile, a $60,000 grant will improve the Robert Frost Trail...


Craig’s Doors shelter in Amherst to move guests into Hadley hotel
06-21-2023 7:49 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

AMHERST — A permanent emergency shelter remains a long-term vision for the former VFW site on Main Street in Amherst, but in the short term, some guests served by Craig’s Doors: A Home Association will relocate this summer to rooms in a vacant...


Golden Hawks baseball run ends at Div. 5 state final
06-21-2023 7:45 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

WORCESTER — Bourne’s bats built a bridge too far for Hopkins Academy.The No. 9 seed Golden Hawks rallied in nearly every game of the state tournament but couldn’t make it all the way back against the No. 2 Canalmen in the MIAA Division 5 championship...


Hadley officials, Young Men’s Club seeking middle ground on alcohol, events
06-15-2023 10:58 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — Over a period of several years, annual concerts and other events staged at the Hadley Young Men’s Club property at 138 East St. have provided beer and alcoholic beverages to attendees, possibly violating the terms of its club alcohol...


Storied golf pro, WWII veteran Tom Toski dies at 97
06-15-2023 10:58 AM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

Tom Toski, a longtime fixture of the western Massachusetts golf scene who taught several famous clients how to play the game, died last month in Florida. He was 97.Toski was born in 1925 to Walenty and Mary Algustoski, immigrants from Poland, and was...


Developing their voices: Hopkins Academy graduates diverse 37-member class with strong ties
06-08-2023 11:10 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

HADLEY — In second grade she was quiet and had anxiety with public speaking, but by the end of that year earned an award as the most improved student in her class.While still not completely comfortable addressing a large crowd, Pema Zidig took the...


J. Edward Rollinson: What have we come to?
06-01-2023 6:19 PM

I have been the astonished observer during the past three years of a world where people seem to no longer like each other. I’ve seen families divided, people yelled at in stores and social media vitriol reach an all-time high.A video I saw some time...


Boys tennis: Dragons take down Lenox to secure PVCICS’ 1st-ever Western Mass. championship (PHOTOS)
06-01-2023 6:16 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

WEST SPRINGFIELD – Teddy Scott noticed the dust in the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School trophy case.The runner up trophy from last season’s Western Massachusetts Class C boys tennis final loss against Lee also caught his eye. Scott...


Jeanne Shumway: Kudos to student newspaper
05-30-2023 9:07 AM

If ever a small, feisty newspaper deserved a Pulitzer Prize, it’s the ARHS student newspaper, The Graphic. Recent events at ARMS have not happened in a vacuum, but it’s only because of the good work and courage of the staff and advisors at the Graphic...

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