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Given the controversy over social justice activist Calvin Terrell's middle school assemblies here should the schools continue to work with him?

If you're interested in learning more or getting involved in the campaign, feel free to e-mail me at Solomon_Goldstein-Rose@brown.edu, or check out...(full comment)

ARHS alum campaigns for carbon tax

Social Centric Institute? This man has no such institute. He has no corporate entity named Social Centric Training and Consulting registered with the...(full comment)

Amherst College, schools link for student mentoring sessions focused on racial issues

Scott Merzbach’s use of the word “expected,” as in "The property… is expected to be sold … to Landmark to make way...(full comment)

Amherst Conservation Commission begins review of The Retreat project with wetlands survey

Seldom seen Rare Matisse drawings on exhibit at Mount Holyoke College Art Museum in South Hadley

Henri Matisse was one of the giants of early 20th-century art — an influential painter, printmaker, sculptor and collage artist who became particularly noted for the expressive colors and strong …

Editorial: FCC nears decision at heart of Internet access

As consumers of democracy, American voters showed considerable apathy about last week’s mid-term elections, with two-thirds staying home. That won’t be the case if regulators allow another thing they consume …

Amherst gears up for pre-Halloween festivities

AMHERST — Trick-or-treating, a pumpkin roll, a costume parade and a carnival with a variety of games and activities will keep children entertained at the 42nd Halloween Fest …

Network Amherst

The Jones Library on Amity Street in Amherst is holding a Holiday Book Fair Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to benefit the library. Dan Lomdardo, the former …