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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).
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 Massachusettsâ€”Amherst
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Towns/Cities near amherst, massachusetts : Northampton Bbelchertown South Deerfield Granby Greenfield Hatfield
'Songs from Gaslight Era' in Fitchburg on Oct. 26
The Fitchburg Historical Society invites the public to a free concert of "Songs from the Gaslight Era," presented by professional singer and keyboardist John Root, on Thursday, Oct. 26, at 6:30 p.m. Root is based in Amherst and has performed lyrical and historical songs all over New England. He will perform for free at the Fitchburg Historical Society, 781 Main St. One hundred years ago, the first World War was raging, and young people sang along to music with lyrics about "moon, June and spoon."Large dog park coming to Northampton after approval by Planning Board
Sarah Schatz, the owner of what will soon be the Waggin Trails dog park , said that she was thrilled about the Board's decision. The new dog park will be located on Glendale Road, and will convert what is presently a gravel pit into a private 50-acre off-leash dog park.DHS S&T Awards $750K to BlueRISC for Malware Prediction Research and Development
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate has awarded Amherst, Massachusetts-based BlueRISC, Inc. a $750,000 Small Business Innovation Program Phase II contract for the development of a state-of-the-art solution that system and network defenders can use to forecast and uncover malware attacks. "The growth in the frequency, severity and cost impacts of malware attacks such as ransomware and viruses requires a solution that defenders can use to safeguard their systems and networks and fight back against malicious actors," said S&T Cyber Security Division Director Douglas Maughan.Still loud after all these years: Dinosaur Jr. to rock the Varsity
Known for punk energy, righteous guitar solos and understated vocals, Dinosaur Jr. has inspired countless bands over the past three decades. Last year, the trio released one of its most acclaimed albums, "Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not."Amherst-Pelham school district names Morris superintendent NEW
In a unanimous vote, the Union 26 and Regional school committees Tuesday evening appointed Michael Morris, who has been serving as interim superintendent since last August.For activists, abolishing Columbus Day means stopping the celebration of genocide
For supporters of changing the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day, the move isn't about rewriting history, it's about stopping the celebration of genocide. "Nobody should be celebrating Columbus," said Mahtowin Munro, lead organizer for Indigenous Peoples' Day Massachusetts.DOJ plans involvement in more higher ed free speech classes
As Fred's life hangs in the balance following the shooting at Pop's diner, Archie struggles with the emotional aftermath of what he witnesse AMHERST, MASS. - Colleges and universities in Massachusetts have grappled with free speech and First Amendment rights in recent years - especially when controversial speakers come to town.Injured horses should make full recovery after startling mishap at Lenox 250th parade
Chet, left, and Chief, the Belgian draft horses involved in a mishap near the end of the Lenox 250th anniversary parade on Saturday, are soothed on the lawn next to the Shakespeare & Co. entrance.Harvard Forest study: Global warming could let soil release more carbon into air
One of the regular complaints of climate change doubters and skeptics is that scientific projections of a dire future are too heavily based on computer simulations, or models, which - they say - rest on a variety of questionable assumptions. But a major climate change study published Thursday relied not on models but experimental data - a 26-year record of observations - to reach a conclusion perhaps just as worrying.Gov. Baker Awards UMass Amherst $500,000 for Continued Research in Flexible Hybrid Electronics
The University of Massachusetts Amherst on Friday received a $500,000 grant from the Massachusetts Manufacturing Innovation Initiative to support work by researchers led by polymer scientist James Watkins in Flexible Hybrid Electronics . The grant is part of a package of $6.98 million in state funds awarded to seven advanced manufacturing projects that were announced today by Gov. Charlie Baker and Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash at an event at UMass Amherst.Biz Briefs, Oct. 6, 2017
Ryan Deane has joins the ranks of the 40 Under Forty Class of 2017, an honor that is bestowed annually by Building Design+Construction magazine to the AEC industry's rising stars making impactful contributions in business, philanthropy and in their communities.UMass Amherst computer scientists play prominent role in $25 million Army research grant
Computer scientists at UMass Amherst, part of a 4-institution consortium, have been awarded $25 million by the Army Research Labs to develop the basis of a next-generation 'Internet of Battlefield Things' for predictive battlefield analytics IMAGE: Left to right, computer science researchers Ben Marlin, Prashant Shenoy, Donald Towsley and Deepak Ganesan at UMass Amherst are part of a consortium recently awarded $25 million by the Army... view AMHERST, Mass.Undermain Theatre Presents the Dallas Premiere of JOHN
Undermain Theatre is proud to present the Dallas premiere of Pulitzer Prize winning Playwright Annie Baker 's John. A haunting and haunted meditation set near the site of the bloodiest battle of the Civil War where a young couple, struggling to stay together, are welcomed to an eerie Bed and Breakfast by an eccentric inn keeper on the weekend after Thanksgiving.Isaac Ben Ezra: A beacon for social justice dies NEW
Even though frail and suffering from ailments that left him confined to a wheelchair, Isaac Ben Ezra took time to speak about his lifelong activism to youth in a program focused on democracy and active citizenship held at Hampshire College in July.An Evening with 'Heart': The 2017 Eric Carle Honors
This year's Carle Honors, an autumnal celebration of children's books and benefit for the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, took place at Guastavino's in New York City on September 28. Each year, the Carle Honors celebrate the contributions of four individuals to the vibrant world of children's literature. This year's awards went to Dr. John Y. Cole for the "Angel" honor; Bank Street Writers Lab, for the "Mentor" honor; Anthea Bell for the "Bridge" honor; and Ed Young, for the "Artist" honor.New Bedford arts community happy to have funds coming their way
The New Bedford cultural community is cheering a vote by the Massachusetts Legislature to restore nearly $2 million in state funding for the arts, humanities, and sciences through the Mass Cultural Council. The MCC budget is important for strong arts communities like New Bedford, which received over $200,000 in cultural investments and grants in fiscal 2017.Sunderland gets $394K Complete Streets grant NEW
"The Sunderland Village Center, a heavily utilized corridor in Sunderland, currently lacks vital infrastructure in order to safely move users to their destinations," a state press statement says about the improvements.
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