LOCAL PRODUCE OVERTAKES AREA. Squash encroaches on GMRSD’s menus. Pumpkins station themselves along Avenue A. And this year, Brussels sprouts may fill the bags of unwary trick or treaters. We’ve got full coverage. In other news: A look at pipeline proposal wildcards as TGP prepares to apply to FERC. Our editorial is skeptical of calls to investigate what ExxonMobil knew about climate change. Lee upsets Turners on the gridiron, while FCTS football prevails. The GMRSD school committee meeting is more harmonious. And, selectboard coverage from Erving, Leverett, Montague, and Wendell.
MoRe: A look back at disturbing eugenics studies in our area that drew a fan letter from Hitler. West Along the River heads east to the ocean. Skeleton Crew Theater comes to TFHS. Used book bargains at the Carnegie Library. In Pet of the Week: got room for a rat? The Healthy Geezer is full of CRP. Plus: highlights from the Montague police log; MCTV listings; arts, events, and the usual assortment of delights and whimsies.