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Protest at Greenfield Fireworks

(Photo submitted by Ellie Richardson) (Greenfield, MA) – The Greenfield Recreation Department held its annual 4th of July fireworks display on Friday night. And people at Beacon Field were witness to a silent protest of the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. During the national anthem, a group of women dressed in “Handmaid’s Tale” style robes lined up in front of the stage. The group that organized the protest submitted the following press release afterwards:
GREENFIELD, MA
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Hike rescued after falling headfirst on Mount Monadnock

JAFFREY, N.H. – A 63-year-old Boston man was rescued by a medical helicopter after he fell headfirst while descending Mount Monadnock in New Hampshire.It happened Thursday on the white dot trail.Rescuers decided because of the nature of the man's fall and injuries, using the helicopter to reach him was the safest solution.The helicopter landed near the summit, and transported the man to Elliot Hospital in Manchester.The extent of the man's injuries were not released. 
BOSTON, MA
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Freight Yard Owners Propose $2M Investment in Heritage State Park

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — There have been more than a few ideas lobbed around for reinvigorating Western Gateway Heritage State Park — including a model railroad museum and an artists market. But the answer may be closer to home. So close, it's already inside the park. Colleen and...
NORTH ADAMS, MA
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Local Gallery, Artists Support Louison House

ADAMS, Mass. — An exhibition at the Real Eyes Gallery has raised several thousand dollars for Louison House to help those affected by homelessness. "A Sense of Place" opened on June 4 and concluded on Thursday but the pieces will be live and available on the gallery's website for another month. Fifty percent of all artwork sales go to the non-profit organization.
ADAMS, MA
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Rockingham Library summer programming

ROCKINGHAM, Vt. – Celebrate the start of the Rockingham Free Public Library’s annual summer reading program, “Oceans of Possibilities,” with a kick-off event on July 6, at 5 p.m., at the library with a live, in-person performance from Modern Times Theater and the 13th Annual Stuffed Animal Sleepover.
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Visual artist and educator Will Kasso Condry wins inaugural Vermont Prize

Visual artist, graffiti scholar and educator Will Kasso Condry of Brandon has been named winner of the inaugural Vermont Prize. The award, administered by Burlington City Arts(link is external) in collaboration with the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, The Current and Hall Art Foundation, carries a $5,000 cash prize. Launched...
BRANDON, VT
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Greenfield fireworks, a success!

Greenfield’s annual Fourth of July Fireworks celebration was yesterday and the fun got underway much earlier in the day. Hundreds of people came out to Beacon Field for the beloved tradition. As always, in addition to fireworks it featured plenty of good food, fun activities, and live music by local bands including Lakeside Drive, and Janet Ryan & Straight Up.
GREENFIELD, MA
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Afternoon Three Car Crash On The Curran Highway in North Adams

A three-vehicle collision on the Curran Highway in North Adams on Tuesday afternoon resulted in no injuries. It did however snarl traffic for a short time. Police, Fire, and EMS all responded... The North Adams Police Department, North Adams Fire Department, and Northern Berkshire Emergency Medical Services responded to the...
NORTH ADAMS, MA
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Traffic Update

REGION – The following construction updates will affect traffic in the region. One-way alternating traffic patterns will be in effect at various locations along Route 11 throughout the week of July 5, 2022. The public should expect delays in more than one area along this route. Roadway surface preparation,...
CHESTER, VT
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