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About: amherst, massachusetts

When Amherst was incorporated in 1759, the colonial governor ordered residents to name the town after Jeffrey Amherst, a hero of the French-Indian War. Many colonial governors were assigning the name Amherst to many newly incorporated towns, which is why there are so many towns in the area with the name Amherst. The town's name is pronounced without the "h" which is different than several other towns with the same name. Notable residents have included poet Emily Dickinson, poet Robert Frost, actress Uma Thurman, Executive Director of NORML Allen St. Pierre, and writer Augusten Burroughs (Running with Scissors).

Population: 34874
Local Newspapers: Daily Hampshire Gazette Springfield Journal
Local Sports Teams: Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Boston Red Sox New England Patriots New England Revolution
Local Colleges: Amherst College Hampshire College University of Massachusetts—Amherst

Zip Codes associated with amherst, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near amherst, massachusetts : Northampton Bbelchertown South Deerfield Granby Greenfield Hatfield

Amherst News
Harvard grad students vote to unionize

Harvard University graduate students have voted to join the United Auto Workers, part of a wave of teaching and research assistants on private college campuses embracing the labor movement. In a National Labor Relations Board-sanctioned election held Wednesday and Thursday, the vote was 1,931 to 1,523, creating a bargaining unit of nearly 5,000 students, including several hundred undergraduates in teaching positions, the UAW and Harvard said Friday.

Technical glitch caused thousands of drivers to receive false notices from RMV

A computer glitch is being blamed for thousands of drivers receiving snail-mail notifications that their license would be suspended for unpaid fees. The RMV said their new ATLAS software system sent the letters out by mistake.

Radio Curious: Women and the Gold Rush Part Two, Segment 1

When word that California had gold in its creeks and streams reached the United States of America in 1848, fortune seekers from all over the world soon began to arrive by boat, covered wagon, and on foot. Some people made their fortunes by selling provisions or services and very few actually found enough gold to take home.

Arts & Culture Casting Calls for Week of April 19, 2018

The exhibit will open June 7. For more information, call 413-256-4250, email a3.gallerya3@gmail.com or visit the gallery at 28 Amity St. in Amherst.

Several police departments break-up out of hand weekend party near UMass Amherst

Several police departments were called to deal with a large party that got out of hand at an Amherst apartment complex last weekend. Amherst police say they had to break-up a party Saturday afternoon when a large crowd of people gathered at the Townehouse Apartments on Meadow Street.

As campus food gets better, students choose convenience over downtown

During the school year, people who live in Amherst only make up a quarter of the population. The other portion is made up of students.

Gregory Mayhew

Gregory Mayhew, 72, died peacefully at his home in West Tisbury on Wednesday evening, April 11, enveloped by the love of his family. Greg battled chronic illness for many years, although this was rarely apparent, due to his ready smile and upbeat nature.

Our Opinion: A pragmatic decision on tainted drug cases

Berkshire County's acting district attorney, Paul Caccaviello, announced last Wednesday that he was dropping all drug charges associated with tainted findings from the now-defunct drug lab located at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst . His decision affects hundreds of defendants whose cases are awaiting adjudication, and while it is probably true that many of those deserve punishment, Mr. Caccaviello's call is nevertheless the correct one.

UMass Amherst geoscientist on NASA mission to improve astronaut experience

Geoscientist Will Daniels, a postdoctoral researcher at UMass Amherst's Climate System Research Center, will spend 45 days in a closed-habitat environment for NASA research IMAGE: Will Daniels, a geosciences postdoctoral researcher at UMass Amherst, stands in front of NASA's three-story Human Exploration Research Analog, a closed-habitat environment at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, used... view AMHERST, Mass. - Geoscientist Will Daniels, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Massachusetts Amherst's Climate System Research Center, is set to embark on the trip of a lifetime this month as part of an experiment for NASA, spending 45 days away from Earth as he knows it, without ever leaving the ground.

Slouching towards Amherst

There was a time, not so very long ago, when Wakefield residents of sound mind would hear about towns like Concord banning plastic water bottles, roll their eyes and think, "There but for the grace of God" Then Wakefield Town Meeting banned plastic bags. And as long as they had the troops mustered, the forces of inclusion decided that the Board of Selectmen had been too male for too long and needed to be renamed "Town Council."

Book creates buzz about native bees of North America

When it comes to bees, honeybees get all the attention. But as a new book will tell you, honeybees are just one fraction of the many types of bees buzzing outside the collective consciousness of most Americans.

What slime molds can teach us about thinking

The extraordinary learning, memory, and pattern-recognition behavior of some non-animals such as plants and slime molds show that it's possible to have smarts without having brains. The abilities of non-animals to remember events, recognize patterns, and solve problems are prompting scientists and philosophers to rethink what thinking is.

Our View: State lab and police need better monitoring

It's more than discouraging that the state of Massachusetts, for the second time in as many years, has had to throw out thousands of drug convictions because of misconduct by chemists in state drug labs. First, an estimated 21,000 cases were thrown out because of Annie Dookhan, who tampered with evidence at the Hinton state lab in Jamaica Plain; now the Supreme Judicial Court has overturned more than 11,000 drug convictions whose testing may have been compromised at the Amherst lab by Sonja Farak, who acknowledged she had been high every day she worked there.

Exhibits: Week of April 12 to 18, 2018

Amherst Plein Air Society 2nd Annual Art Show: Members share paintings of the Pioneer Valley and beyond.

Straw Dog Writers Guild releases poetry compilation

It's no secret that the Pioneer Valley is a haven for writers, many of whom moved here because they thought it would be a good place to live.

Editorial: Airbnb regulations should come down on the side of safety NEW

The state House and Senate are locked in a tug of war over short-term rentals - think, Airbnb-type businesses - and how they should be taxed and regulated.

Of the Earth: Bearing witness to the food system's human cost NEW

There was one important thing absent at the PVGrows annual forum held Saturday at Gateway City Arts in Holyoke.

Climate Leadership Summit Opens Earth Day Observance at UMass Amherst

This year's celebration of Earth Day at the University of Massachusetts Amherst will be preceded by the Massachusetts Climate Leadership Summit, a gathering of prominent policy and thought leaders who will share how communities and institutions can mitigate climate change and become more resilient. The summit, which takes place Wednesday, April 18 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the John W. Olver Design Building Atrium, is expected to attract several hundred students, faculty, staff, and community members as well as top university and public officials.

150 Bristol County defendants have drug charges dropped

FALL RIVER - A disgraced former state drug lab chemist's evidence tampering has resulted in 442 drug convictions being overturned in Bristol County. The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on Thursday ordered the overturning of more than 11,000 drug convictions that were linked to Sonja Farak, who pleaded guilty in 2014 to tampering with evidence at the Department of Public Health laboratory in Amherst.

Mount Ida College Reaches Agreement with UMass Regarding Educational...

Mount Ida College today announced that it has reached a definitive agreement in principle with the University of Massachusetts that will provide a pathway for its students to complete their degree studies and ensure that its campus remains dedicated to an educational mission. Mount Ida students in good standing will be offered automatic admission to UMass Dartmouth with a clear path to degree completion.

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