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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
Parking bans in effect around western Massachusetts

Amherst: Parking is prohibited from midnight to 7:00 a.m. Friday on all town streets and parking lots. Parking will be allowed in the town portion of the Pray Street Lot, the Northern row of the town North Pleasant Street Lot and the lower level of the parking garage.

Arts & Culture Exhibits for Nov. 15 to Nov. 21, 2018

New collection of abstract art, including works by Caio Fonseca and Leon Polk Smith.

How to Get Started Composting

One of my earliest memories is of shucking corn at the compost pile in my backyard in rural Connecticut. As much as boiling the corn, slathering it with sweet butter and eating it, the act of pulling off the husk and removing the silk is deeply ingrained in my being.

UMass Amherst team works with Alaska native villages for suicide prevention

A UMass Amherst-led research team is using a 'community mobilization' approach to translate research into practice for an Alaska Native youth suicide prevention program in 15 remote Alaska towns IMAGE: Lisa Wexler and Cris Smith at UMass Amherst with colleagues from Northwest Alaska and the University of Alaska Fairbanks developed the 'Promoting Community Conversations About Research to End Suicide' program... view AMHERST, Mass. - As the nights grow longer and winter settles in across the north, a team of health researchers is using a "community mobilization" approach to translate research into practice for an Alaska Native youth suicide prevention program in 15 remote Alaska towns.

UMass Amherst warns students to pass on pot

With one of the state's first pot shops due to open soon in Northampton, nearby UMass Amherst has launched an aggressive campaign warning students that weed won't be tolerated on campus. Northampton police, meanwhile, are concerned the local medical marijuana shop's foray into recreational pot will turn already-congested Route 9 into a bumper-to-bumper hemp highway.

Racist flyers, stickers found on UMass campus

The University of Massachusetts says flyers from a white nationalist hate group have again appeared on its Amherst campus as part of an attempt to recruit college men.

Narrowing a deepening divide NEW

With a critical midterm election over, nearly 18 Pioneer Valley residents met this week for the third in a series of cross-cultural conversations aimed at narrowing a deepening divide in this country.

Bars, liquor stores seeing increase in underage students with fake IDs

Many college students use fake IDs to buy alcohol or buy drinks in bars, but using those fake pieces of plastic can lead to a criminal charge. "They're pretty common I think," said one college student.

Materials scientist creates fabric alternative to batteries for wearable devices

UMass Amherst materials scientists have developed a method for making a charge-storing system that is easily integrated into clothing for 'embroidering a charge-storing pattern onto any garment' IMAGE: UMass Amherst researchers led by materials chemist Trisha L. Andrew report that they have developed a method for making a charge-storing system that is easily integrated into clothing for "embroidering... view AMHERST, Mass. - A major factor holding back development of wearable biosensors for health monitoring is the lack of a lightweight, long-lasting power supply.

After long wait, 1st legal pot shops on East Coast to open

In this Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 photo a humidity indicator rests in a bowl of a strain of cannabis called "Walker Kush" at New England Treatment Access medical cannabis dispensary, in Northampton, Mass. The Walker Kush strain of cannabis is intended for legal recreational consumption once cannabis products can be sold legally in the state.

Friday event to celebrate poet Mariani

Paul Mariani has received the John Ciardi Award for Lifetime Achievement in Poetry, along with fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities and and the Guggenheim Foundation.

Stockbridge School Launches Student-Run Vineyard on Campus

Fall may not seem like a good time for planting, but cool temperatures and ample soil moisture can help plants settle in, says viticulture expert Elsa Petit at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where her students in the Stockbridge School of Agriculture have been busy this fall planting dozens of cold-tolerant grapes at the campus's first student-run vineyard. They plan to establish a working vineyard where growing and tending both table and wine grapes will provide hands-on experience for Petit's courses, "Sustainable Grape Production" and "Grape Biology," which she believes are the only such classes to be taught at the university level in New England.

James Cohan opens an exhibition of new work on paper by Spencer Finch

Archival inkjet photographs, 15 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. Framed: 17 1 2 x 17 1 2 x 1 1 2 in.

Amherst author to speak on forging a positive white identity

Kelly Norris, author of the recently published memoir, "Too White: A Journey into the Racial Divide," will speak on her process of white identity development through her experiences growing up in an isolated suburb, living in West Africa and joining a community of anti-racist educators.

Museum's new curator hopes to - awaken' new generations to richness of the past NEW

New curator Reba-Jean Shaw-Pichette is peeling sticky labels off artifacts at the Shelburne Historical Society Museum, cleaning the objects, and placing them in new settings so that they "pop" against brighter, high-contrast surroundings.

3 cows killed, Sunderland Police cruiser significantly damaged in Amherst crash

An early morning accident on Route 116 in Amherst left three cows dead and significantly damaged a police cruiser and a tractor-trailer. Sunderland Police Chief Erik Demetropoulos told 22News the accident happened around 3 a.m. just over the town line into Amherst when an on-duty Sunderland Police officer hit a cow in the middle of the road.

Wedding: Rivais - Moriarty

The bride is the daughter of Larry Rivais and Phyllis Berman of Sunderland. The groom is the son of Brian and Susan Moriarty of Hull.

Take a tour of historic homes in Amherst

Ages of the homes range from the late 18th century to the present. By special arrangement the Old Chapel at the University of Massachusetts will be open to the public.

A first 'snapshot' of the complete spectrum of neutrinos emitted by the sun

UMass Amherst physicist, international team, report new results from Borexino, one of the most sensitive neutrino detectors on the planet IMAGE: The Borexino instrument located deep beneath Italy's Appenine Mountains detects neutrinos as they interact with the electrons of an ultra-pure organic liquid scintillator at the center of a large sphere... view AMHERST Mass. - About 99 percent of the Sun's energy emitted as neutrinos is produced through nuclear reaction sequences initiated by proton-proton fusion in which hydrogen is converted into helium, say scientists including physicist Andrea Pocar at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Senate chief to talk transit, opioids in Pittsfield visit Friday

The state Senate's new leader will meet Friday with Berkshire County residents working to fight the scourge of opioid addiction and to improve rural transit options. In her first official visit to the region Friday as Senate president, Karen E. Spilka will also tour the Eagle Mill project in Lee, which last week secured a $4.9 million MassWorks grant.

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