SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 – As Berkshire Gas moratorium continues “indefinitely” in WMass, overpressurized Columbia gas lines cause explosions back east. Erving cuts public town hall hours but makes progress on new library plans. New Gill rescue truck boasts big bumper, awaits gold paint. Turners Women’s Center coordinator retires after fifteen fruitful years. TFHS sports teams do “pretty well.” New GCC president extends invitation to area’s “silver tsunami.”
MoRe: Our second Great Falls Apple Column extols the virtues of the staghorn sumac. West Along the River chronicles monarch metamorphoses. Local author pens lighthearted homage to the private eye genre. Annie comes to the Shea. Greenfield group supports local veterans. An assortment of art nouveau graces this month’s Children’s Page. FAB drums up a passion for fashion. In this week’s Montague Police Log, mammals behave strangely and machines annoy. The Pet of the Week seeks to zoom into your living room, heart. Plus arts and events listings, letters, cartoons, and more. On newsstands now!