Daily Hampshire Gazette - News (2024)

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A Look Back, May 31

05-30-2024 11:01 PM

50 Years Ago■Ron Hall, news director of WHMP-AM-FM, has been elected president of the Western Massachusetts Associated Press Broadcasters. A native of Boston, Hall was employed by WHAI for several years. He has been news director for WHMP since 1961....

Guilty on all counts: Trump first former president convicted of felonies

05-30-2024 8:14 PM


NEW YORK — Donald Trump became the first former president to be convicted of felony crimes Thursday as a New York jury found him guilty of falsifying business records in a scheme to illegally influence the 2016 election through hush money payments to...

Holyoke man gets 13 years in store robberies, including one in Northampton

05-30-2024 8:01 PM

Staff Report

HOLYOKE — A Holyoke man was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Springfield in connection with a string of nine armed robberies of convenience stores across western Massachusetts, including one in Northampton. Alfredo Aldeco, 38, was sentenced by...

Photos: End of an era: Pizza Factory in Florence to close

05-30-2024 4:55 PM

FLORENCE — The Pizza Factory in downtown Florence, which nearly closed two years ago to make way for a marijuana dispensary, will open its doors for the final time on Friday.The longtime pizza business at 143 Main St., at the corner of Main and North...

For 20 graduates, time to move on from PVCICS ‘family’

05-30-2024 4:29 PM


HADLEY — With cheers and flowers, thanks and praise, the 20 members of the senior class and their families celebrated graduation early Wednesday evening at the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School’s eighth commencement, held in the school’s...

Retired UMass prof picked for Melinda French Gates’ $240M women empowerment project

05-30-2024 4:28 PM


AMHERST — A retired University of Massachusetts economics professor from the School of Public Policy is being awarded $20 million from Melinda French Gates’ philanthropic foundation, money that will go toward advancing women’s power on a global...

Housing advocates rally for law that would allow accessory dwelling units by right

05-30-2024 4:27 PM

By Alison Kuznitz

BOSTON — Housing advocates and elected officials rallied Wednesday in support of a statewide policy to allow accessory dwelling units by right, and the state’s top housing official offered his “word on the street” about the timing of a major housing...

Amherst regional school board rejects hybrid financial strategy panel

05-30-2024 3:58 PM


AMHERST — A proposed panel bringing together public school officials and representatives from the four regional towns, to examine ways to confront both short- and long-term fiscal challenges facing local education, is being rejected by the Regional...

Area briefs: Free fishing this weekend; Hadley seniors perform; gun violence observance in Holyoke

05-30-2024 3:56 PM

MassWildlife to host free fishing this weekend The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife will host a Free Freshwater Fishing Weekend statewide on Saturday and Sunday, June 1-2. During this weekend, residents and visitors can fish in any...

CISA’s first Pedal to Pasture event offers ‘a unique way to learn about farms’

05-30-2024 3:55 PM


HATFIELD — Bicyclists will be able to savor the local scenery while learning about the struggles farmers in the Connecticut River Valley are facing as they pedal a flat 12-mile loop on a guided tour of three different farms.This is the first year that...

DPH advises people to limit eating fish from Oxbow after elevated levels of PFAS found in samples

05-30-2024 3:31 PM

By Alexa Lewis

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health is warning people to limit their fish intake from the Oxbow in Northampton and Easthampton, or to not consume any fish from the pond if they have certain health conditions.According to a fish consumption...

Photos: Open-air artistry

05-30-2024 10:29 AM

Hadley asks state to probe shopping cart structure along bank of Connecticut River

05-30-2024 10:29 AM


HADLEY — The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection is investigating the legality of a makeshift riverbank and retaining wall using dozens of carefully arranged shopping carts alongside the Connecticut River behind a home on Honey Pot...

Easthampton pop-up shop to offer alternatives to alcohol

05-30-2024 10:22 AM


EASTHAMPTON — A new pop-up experience is coming to the greater Easthampton area. Dry Humor, a non-alcoholic pop-up shop, will be making some of its first appearances at several upcoming community events.The LGBTQ women-owned business aims to give...

A Look Back, May 30

05-29-2024 11:01 PM

50 Years Ago ■The “Instant Game,” the state’s new quick-paying lottery system, hit the county yesterday with gusto. Shops throughout the area were selling the $1 lottery tickets like cigarettes and bubble gum throughout the day, as local banks...

Mass. Senate backs end to ‘home equity theft’

05-29-2024 5:09 PM


The state Senate unanimously passed an amendment to its annual spending plan that would prohibit municipalities and private companies from taking the entire equity of a home in the event of a tax lien foreclosure, a piece of legislation that, if...

Judge orders Plainfield couple to leave their home; owners taking steps to sell property

05-29-2024 5:07 PM


NORTHAMPTON — Continuing a series of legal sanctions against a Plainfield couple accused of violating sanitary and building codes at their Bow Street residence, a Hampshire Superior Court judge Tuesday ordered the couple to leave their home until the...

Amtrak expands Valley Flyer service with evening runs to and from Valley to NYC

05-29-2024 3:36 PM


NORTHAMPTON — Residents in the Pioneer Valley looking to get away to New York City for the weekend now have more of a means to do so, thanks to additional Amtrak Valley Flyer trains running between Greenfield and New Haven, Connecticut, that can...

Amherst eyes redirecting $1M in one-time ARPA monies to cover regional school budget

05-29-2024 3:31 PM


AMHERST — A possible redirection of a portion of $1 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act money is being proposed to cover Amherst’s assessment to support the $35.27 million fiscal year 2025 operating budget for the Amherst-Pelham Regional...

Daily Hampshire Gazette - News (2024)


How do I contact the Daily Hampshire Gazette? ›

Daily Hampshire Gazette
  1. 23 Service Center Rd. Northampton MA 01060.
  2. (413) 584-5000.
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  4. www.GazetteNet.com.

Where can I buy a Daily Hampshire Gazette? ›

These book, published by the Daily Hampshire Gazette, are all available from the Forbes Library Store. If you have a research interest in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, you may be interested in the library's page on Local History Research or the library's online access to the Daily Hampshire Gazette (1994 onward).

Where is the hampshire gazette located? ›

Northampton, Massachusetts

What is the oldest newspaper in New Hampshire? ›

The New Hampshire Gazette was founded in Portsmouth on October 7, 1756, by printer Daniel Fowle as the first newspaper in the Province of New Hampshire. Fowle lived in Boston before founding the Gazette, and was the first to print the words of Samuel Adams.

How do I contact The Gazette? ›

To contact The Gazette, please email customer.services@thegazette.co.uk or telephone our customer service line on +44 (0)333 200 2434.

How do I contact the Hampshire news? ›

You can: Email the newsdesk: news@hampshirelive.news. Email the Editor: deanne.blaylock@reachplc.com.

Who owns the Daily Gazette? ›

The Daily Gazette, Schenectady's newspaper that has been family owned since 1894, will be sold to the paper's publisher of the last decade. The Daily Gazette on Wednesday announced it will be sold by the Hume-Lind family to publisher John DeAugustine.

Is the Post Gazette still in print? ›

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has an average paid circulation of more than 83,000. On Thursdays and Sundays, print editions are available for home delivery and on newsstands throughout the region. PGe publishes every day and post-gazette.com is updated around the clock, as news breaks.

Who was the publisher of the Gazette of the United States? ›

John Fenno (born Aug. 23, 1751, Boston, Mass. [U.S.]—died Sept. 14, 1798, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.) was a publisher and editor, founder in 1789 of the Gazette of the United States, a major political organ of the Federalist Party.

What happened to the Pennsylvania Gazette? ›

The Pennsylvania Gazette was founded in 1728 and ceased publication in 1800. On October 2, 1729 Benjamin Franklin and his partner Hugh Meredith seized the opportunity to purchase the Pennsylvania Gazette from Samuel Keimer.

Where is the county town of Hampshire? ›

The centrally located city of Winchester is Hampshire's county town and back in 871 it was the capital of England.

Where is Ogden newspapers located? ›

Ogden Newspapers Inc. is a Wheeling, West Virginia based publisher of daily and weekly newspapers, magazines, telephone directories, and shoppers guides.

What is the most viewed newspaper in the USA? ›

Top 10 newspapers by subscribers and print circulation
NewspaperPrimary service areaTotal
The New York TimesNew York metropolitan area9,126,330
The Wall Street JournalNew York metropolitan area3,779,650
The Washington PostWashington metropolitan area2,635,980
USA TodayNational2,132,640
6 more rows

What is the largest circulated newspaper in New Hampshire? ›

The New Hampshire Union Leader is the state's largest and only statewide circulated newspaper with the stories, events and resources essential to living in the Granite State.

What is the oldest surviving newspaper in the United States? ›

On October 29, 1764, New Haven printer Thomas Green established a weekly newspaper, the Connecticut Courant, in Hartford. Only the third newspaper to be published in the colony—and now known as the Hartford Courant—it is also recognized as the nation's oldest continuously published paper.

How do I contact local newspapers? ›

Writing a letter to the letters page is one of the quickest and easiest ways to contact your local media. The letters page is one of the most read parts of a local newspaper. To enhance your chances of getting a letter printed it's helpful to read previous letters to get a sense of the style they like to publish.

How do I contact the Herald editor? ›

Complaints - Who to contact

Complaints and requests for editorial corrections or clarifications should be referred to the editor in the first instance, who can be contacted as follows: editor@heraldandtimes.co.uk.

How do I contact the Daily Mining Gazette? ›

Call 1 (906) 482-1500 to contact any staff member, or use the available e-mail link below.

How do I submit to the Daily Herald? ›

Your submission must include your full name, organization name, e-mail address and a valid phone number where you can be reached. We also invite you to attach a digital photograph for publication. All submissions are considered for publication in print and online.

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