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PRIME PICKING CONDITIONS

Oct 20 2020
By TALIA GODFREY, For the Recorder, October 17, 2020

Hunting apples was an all-day affair for Nick Suter and Amber LaFrancis, of Ludlow, beginning when Suter’s two boys, 3 and 5 years old, disappeared into the rows of Apex Orchard in Shelburne Falls. With small hands just big enough to hold ripe [continue reading]

Can I trick or treat in my town this Halloween? List of Massachusetts towns enforcing restrictions, canceling events during COVID pandemic

Oct 16 2020
Can I trick or treat in my town this Halloween? List of Massachusetts towns enforcing restrictions, canceling events during COVID pandemic “Some Massachusetts towns are putting restrictions on trick-or-treating this Halloween.
Gov. Charlie Baker has said that he is not issuing a  state mandate banning or limiting trick-or-treating, instead encouraging cities and towns [continue reading]

Guest Columnist: A silver lining for farmers in an uncertain time

Oct 8 2020
Daily Hampshire Gazette, October 6, 2020
In March, when the pandemic hit our part of the world, the growing season had only just begun for most local farmers. The farms that were selling products at the time — year-round goods like meat and dairy, or a limited range of produce — lost winter farmers’ [continue reading]

National Coffee Day: Dunkin’, Starbucks and more offer free coffee deals in Massachusetts to celebrate

Sep 29 2020
National Coffee Day: Dunkin’, Starbucks and more offer free coffee deals in Massachusetts to celebrate “Start your day off right with free coffee on Tuesday, Sept. 29 — also known as National Coffee Day.” Read the full article here: masslive.com [continue reading]

A rare blue moon will appear on Halloween making the sky a little bit spookier

Sep 26 2020
A rare blue moon will appear on Halloween making the sky a little bit spookier “You might not see a lot of trick-or-treating  this year but you will get to see a rare blue moon this Halloween.
October will have two  full moons , making the second, on Halloween, a “[continue reading]

Things to know before remote learning begins in Massachusetts

Sep 8 2020
Things to know before remote learning begins in Massachusetts
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Manchester Hardware in Easthampton closing after 125 years

Sep 8 2020
Manchester Hardware in Easthampton closing after 125 years “Manchester Hardware in Easthampton, beloved by homeowners as the convenient stop to buy the part or tool they need to finish a project, announced Monday it is closing forever after 125 years in business.”
read the full story here: masslive.com [continue reading]

Guest columnist CISA’s Alexis Breiteneicher: Restaurants facing uphill climb

Sep 5 2020
Daily Hampshire Gazette, September 1, 2020
Restaurants are among the businesses hit hardest by the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. Their closures in late winter had a big impact on the larger community, causing significant job loss, upending markets for local farmers, and depriving us of important community gathering places.
In [continue reading]

Armenian festival returning as drive-thru event | September 5-6

Sep 1 2020
Armenian festival returning as drive-thru event “Members of St. Mark Armenian Church in Springfield will continue their more-than-25-year-old tradition of serving traditional Armenian dinners and baked goods, but this year the food will be served in drive-thru style rather than at an in-person festival.” Read the full article here: masslive.com [continue reading]

Baby Hedgehogs at Forest Park Zoo in Springfield

Aug 17 2020
If you’re in need of a dose of cute pick me up this Monday, check out this video of baby hedgehogs born at Forest Park Zoo in Springfield.
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