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Garden Cinemas Showtimes: May 27 to June 2, 2022
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Greenfield Garden Cinemas is located at 361 Main St. in Greenfield. The lineup of movies changes on Thursdays. Call 413-773-9260 or visit gardencinemas.net for more information. CinemaSafe protocols followed.Private shows are available by emailing greenfieldgarden7@gmail.com.The Bad Guys (PG) Fri.-S...
Greenfield thrift store transforms into Goose Divine Energy
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GREENFIELD — After the COVID-19 pandemic prompted her to take a look at the long-term sustainability of her business, Goose Exquisite Thrift owner Astranada Gamsey decided to move in a new direction as an art gallery and “plant magic boutique,” now called Goose Divine Energy.When Gamsey and her moth...
Greenfield Notebook: May 27, 2022
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Just Roots raises $15K during Valley Grows Day GREENFIELD — Just Roots community farm raised $15,179 during Valley Grows Day, held on May 17.“These generous donations support a more just and equitable food system and a more vibrant and sustainable farm/food economy here in western Massachusetts,” a...
Sounds Local: Franklin County music festivals on the rebound in 2022
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After enduring two summers of cancelations and postponements due to COVID-19, music fans will be happy to hear that some of their favorite local festivals will return in 2022.One of the area’s largest festivals, the StrangeCreek Campout is back this weekend at Camp Kee-Wanee in Greenfield on May 27-...
Greenfield Recreation Department brainstorms new event for fireworks fundraiser
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GREENFIELD — In an effort to raise money for one of the city’s most anticipated events each year, the Recreation Department is inviting the community to take part in its inaugural Cornhole Tournament at Court Square.The event, which will take place on Wednesday, June 1, at 5:30 p.m., will serve as...
Two Four Rivers teachers receive fellowships to make education ‘an ongoing adventure’
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GREENFIELD — In an unexpected turn of events, two teachers — as opposed to one — were named as recipients of this year’s $5,000 Edward W. Blatchford Learning Fellowship.Named in honor of Edward W. Blatchford, co-founder of Four Rivers Charter Public School, the fellowship was created to recognize in...
Greenfield Human Rights Commission calls for termination of police chief, lieutenant
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GREENFIELD — Members of the Greenfield Human Rights Commission and the public called on the city’s police chief and a lieutenant to resign or be fired during a meeting Monday, with the board voting to draft a formal statement to the City Council and the mayor to that effect.Chief Robert Haigh Jr. an...
Greenfield High School Honor Roll, Third Quarter
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Eighth Grade Highest Honors: Holly Babineau, Meghan Collins, Donte Demers, Arthur Fitzpatrick, Evelyn Flynn, Emelia Gray, Hugo Gualberto, Kristina Kostov, Auburn Mass, Anthony McDonald, Zachary Ozdarski, Wednesday Passiglia, Suhani Patel, Ryan Pedigree, Ivy Rae, Ruby Remillard, April Rooney-Adams,...
‘A perfect day for music and bees’: Greenfield’s pollinator history celebrated at 12th annual Bee Fest
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GREENFIELD – The buzz of excitement was palpable in the streets of Greenfield on Saturday.With the Expandable Brass Band leading the way, festival-goers were given their first look at three new bees during the 12th annual Bee Fest, which celebrates the pollinators and the history of beekeeping in Gr...
Greenfield City Council slashes $425K from police budget
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GREENFIELD — Signaling a “major change” to the city’s police force, City Council slashed the Police Department budget by $425,000 Thursday night, a move Mayor Roxann Wedegartner called “a sad display of governing.”The cuts will mean the loss of eight of the department’s 34 officers, according to Act...
Finding Niko: Greenfield Police K-9 returns safely after darting from Gill kennel
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GREENFIELD — Perhaps this is why they’re called man’s best friend.Greenfield Police Officer Patrick Merrigan and his wife had just landed in Wisconsin on Thursday for a wedding when Merrigan got a call that his patrol K-9, Niko, had escaped from the Gill kennel where he was staying. The Merrigans ca...
Greenfield Planning Board seeks more info ahead of moratorium consideration
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GREENFIELD — The Planning Board wants more information on the particulars of marijuana cultivation before voting on a potential moratorium on outdoor grow facilities and on amendments to the city’s zoning ordinance relative to marijuana establishments.A pared-down version of the board met remotely...
Ultimate: Four Rivers hosting Invitational on Saturday
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If you’re a fan of ultimate, Greenfield Community College is the place to be on Saturday. Four Rivers Charter School will host its annual Four Rivers Invitational, as 28 teams are coming to town to compete. It’s the first time the tournament is being held since 2019, as it had to take two years off...
Up 1-0 on Rangers, Hurricanes’ D-men adding vital offense
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RALEIGH, N.C. — The Carolina Hurricanes are getting the offensive production they need so far from their blue liners in the Stanley Cup playoffs.The Hurricanes outlasted the Boston Bruins in a seven-game series with defensemen Jaccob Slavin and Tony DeAngelo leading the team in points. Then they ral...
Softball: Hopkins edges Athol in regular season finale (PHOTOS)
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HADLEY – With two outs, the game-tying runs on second and third and the go-ahead runner standing at the plate, the Athol softball team held its collective breath as Maddi Hermes hit a high fly to center field, hoping for the ball to find the ground. Instead, it found the safety of a Hopkins Academy...
2022 Peacemaker Awards honor young activists
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GREENFIELD — Thirty-three high school students from Massachusetts and Vermont received 2022 Peacemaker Awards on Wednesday night for their work in pursuit of racial and social justice.The Interfaith Council of Franklin County and Traprock Center for Peace and Justice held their first in-person cer...
Greenfield City Council begins budget discussion, nixes raise for mayor
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GREENFIELD — City Council began discussion Wednesday night on the proposed $58.3 million operating budget for fiscal year 2023, a figure that represents a $3.9 million or 7% increase over the current operating budget.While most budgets were approved as requested, City Council ultimately voted to red...
The Hive ready for makers in Greenfield
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GREENFIELD — After three years and several pandemic-related delays, The Hive makerspace on Main Street is prepared to open its doors to the community.“We’re really excited to make a space like this in Greenfield,” said co-founder Rachael Katz.An open house for the makerspace will take place on the...
‘This is not who we are’: Greenfield residents denounce city’s response to racial discrimination verdict
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GREENFIELD — A significant portion of public comments at the City Council meeting Wednesday evening centered on a recent verdict that found the Greenfield Police Department racially discriminated against a former police officer.“Tonight, we say, ‘Enough,’” Jon Magee told councilors at the John Zon...
Vote to pave Legion Avenue parking lot in Greenfield defeated again
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GREENFIELD — City Council defeated a reconsidered motion to appropriate $60,000 for the milling and overlay paving of the Legion Avenue parking lot, citing doubts as to the binding nature of an agreement signed by former Mayor William Martin and arguing taxpayer money should not be spent on private...
Garden Cinemas Showtimes: May 20 to May 26, 2022
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Greenfield Garden Cinemas is located at 361 Main St. in Greenfield. The lineup of movies changes on Thursdays. Call 413-773-9260 or visit gardencinemas.net for more information. CinemaSafe protocols followed.Private shows are available by emailing greenfieldgarden7@gmail.com.The Bad Guys (PG) Fri.-S...
PHOTO: Joining the Greenfield Human Rights Commission
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Greenfield Middle School Honor Roll, Third Quarter
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Sixth Grade High Honors: Cornelio Alvarado, Johnathon Caron, Annie Cobileanschi, Natalia Cody, Tiana Dodge, Akif Fathhee, Karinna Kostov, Cash Leitner-Markert, Madison Lemay, Olivia Lemay, Isabella Liebenow, Tyler Lively, Prince-Maurice Mitchell, Amaiyah Ortiz, Amelia Prescott, Yaidaliz Rodriguez,...
Greenfield Notebook: May 18, 2022
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Peacemaker Awards presentation on WednesdayGREENFIELD — The 22nd annual Peacemaker Awards will be presented to Franklin County teenagers on Wednesday, May 18, at 7 p.m. at Greenfield High School.The awards are sponsored by the Interfaith Council of Franklin County and the Traprock Center for Peace...
Inaugural Mutts and Mayhem challenge in Greenfield to raise money for Paws Park maintenance
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GREENFIELD — Local canines will have their chance to shine on Sunday at the Recreation Department’s inaugural Mutts and Mayhem obstacle course challenge at the Green River Swimming and Recreation Area.“I think it’s going to be a lot of fun,” said Recreation Director Christy Moore. “There will be lot...
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