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Search Resumes for Woman in Deerfield River

The search has resumed this morning for a woman presumed to have drowned while tubing Sunday on the Deerfield River

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One Displaced in Easthampton Fire

One person has been displaced from their apartment after a fire in Easthamtpon


Northampton to Award Rare Liquor License

The Northampton license commission will issue a rare available liquor license, seized from Eric Suher in May

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Cats Rescued From Southampton Trailer

The Westfield Homeless Cat project is caring for eleven felines rescued from a trailer in Southampton


Another Violent Weekend in Springfield

Saturday night there were two stabbings near Court Square at the height of the fireworks

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IHEG Owner Seeks Liquor License Transfer

Northampton music mogul Eric Suher wants to transfer one unused liquor license to another bar he's never opened.

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Man Injured in Rollover Crash

A Greenfield man is hospitalized after a rollover crash on I-91 north in Northampton


Man Denies Car Break-Ins

A Springfield man has pleaded not guilty to a series of car break-ins in Amherst last summer.


Thousands Lose Power in Western Mass

The lights are back on in Western Mass after 7-thousand customers lost power due to heavy thunderstorms.


Gas Pipeline Compressor Station Planned

The proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline includes a barn-sized compressor station in Ashfield.

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“Code Red” emergency notification system put in place

The city of Northampton has a new high-speed emergency notification system in place.


Hoffmann elected Council president; first woman in post

The Greenfield Town Council has a new president. Former vice-president and Precinct 6 Councilor Hillary Hoffmann was the unanimous choice to succeed former President Mark Wisnewski at last night's council organizational meeting.

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Holyoke Sued Over Fake Fire Call

The city of Holyoke and its former provisional fire chief are being sued over a fake emergency call.

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Body In River Identified As Rebeccah Streeter

A body pulled from the Connecticut River last week near the Sunderland Bridge has been identified as 35-year-old Rebeccah Streeter of Greenfield.


Southampton Override Vote Fails

A proposition two-and-a-half override in Southampton has failed by a nearly two-to-one margin.


Gas pipeline discussed at Greenfield town council meeting

Greenfield residents got a chance to have their say last night regarding a proposed natural gas pipeline slated to come through Franklin County.

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Massachusetts lawmakers OK final state budget

Massachusetts lawmakers have approved a compromise $36.5 billion state budget. The House voted 144-7 vote in favor of the spending plan.

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Northampton Verses Suher Delayed

A lawsuit filed by the city of Northampton against Eric Suher has been delayed because the Hampden County Sheriff hasn't been able to serve him with a summons.

Elderly Man Dead In Holyoke Crash

An elderly man is dead following a single-car crash on Route 141 in Holyoke.


Man Held Without Bail in Kayaking Incident 

A Southampton man is held without bail on attempted murder charges after a kayaking incident on Hampton Ponds in Westfield

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