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‘Trees don’t get COVID’: Sugar shacks reopen in Massachusetts after being closed during 2020 season due to COVID pandemic

Mar 2 2021
‘Trees don’t get COVID’: Sugar shacks reopen in Massachusetts after being closed during 2020 season due to COVID pandemic “After closing early due to the  COVID pandemic in 2020, sugar shacks in Massachusetts have reopened their doors for another season.” Read the full article at MassLive.com . [continue reading]

ArtsFest 21 to address health, food insecurity; seeks entries from teens, adults

Feb 23 2021
ArtsFest 21 to address health, food insecurity; seeks entries from teens, adults “Longmeadow High senior Anthony Marino and West Springfield High senior Meghan Pinter have both been members since seventh grade of the teen board of  Rachel’s Table,  a long-established initiative of the  Jewish Federation of Western Massachusetts  which collects surplus food from [continue reading]

Westfield High School student publishes first novel during COVID-19 pandemic

Feb 18 2021
Westfield High School student publishes first novel during COVID-19 pandemic “Ever since 17-year-old Grace E. Kuhn was a child, she has enjoyed reading mystery novels. “To me, trying to solve the crime as the story unfolds always fascinated me. I love the suspense and plot twists that mystery and thrillers bring,” she said. Now readers [continue reading]

Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts helped nonprofits survive COVID

Feb 16 2021
Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts helped nonprofits survive COVID “In October, the community foundation awarded $2 million to nonprofit organizations that were struggling to survive in the midst of the pandemic, yet would be able to get their footing with some additional support.” Read the full article at MassLive.com . [continue reading]

Guest columnists Philip Korman and Claire Morenon: Let’s keep local restaurants going

Feb 15 2021
Daily Hampshire Gazette, February 10, 2021
It’s almost hard to remember the feeling of being in a busy restaurant on a weekend night: people tucked into tight tables, leaning over bars, smiling and talking and laughing. Squeezing past strangers, running into acquaintances, chatting with someone new — many of us are really missing that [continue reading]

Dakin Humane Society: Why there are fewer shelter pets

Jan 29 2021
Dakin Humane Society: Why there are fewer shelter pets “People have always loved having pets, but now it’s harder than ever to find companion animals, especially dogs, here in New England. We hear about shelters in southern states like Texas or Georgia that are overcrowded with animals and may use euthanasia to control their population. [continue reading]

Arctic air invades western Mass tonight lasting into the weekend

Jan 28 2021
Published by under Local News Feeds
Arctic air invades western Mass tonight lasting into the weekend ***Wind Chill Advisory in effect for all of western Mass from Midnight through noon Friday***
“Low pressure will slide off the Carolina coast this morning and will quickly strengthens offshore. It will make a far pass southeast of Cape Cod, sparing us [continue reading]

22News WWLP Feed Our Neighbors in Need

Jan 26 2021
Feed Our Neighbors in Need
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Local student-athlete qualifies for Olympic Trials

Jan 21 2021
Local student-athlete qualifies for Olympic Trials A local [Wilbraham] high school swimmer is setting records above and beyond the average teenager. The young man has just qualified for the Olympic Trials, and he’s only 16-years-old. Read the full story at WesternMassNews.com . [continue reading]

Local Hero Profile: Winter Farmers’ Market at the Hampshire Mall

Jan 15 2021
Local Hero Profile by Sarah Lucia, CISA’s TerraCorp Service Member
Published in CISA’s January 2021 enewsletter
When the ground freezes and snow flies through the air, a sense of wellbeing and connection keeps us grounded and thriving. The Winter Farmers’ Market at the Hampshire Mall provides fresh and local [continue reading]

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