Sep 5, 2018
Channel 17 will be running the election results for both the state and town primaries uninterrupted until 1 p.m. The results will show during commercial breaks on channels 12 and 15. Results are also available on our Facebook page. The results are unofficial results from the town clerk's office.
Sep 4, 2018
Amherst Media will be waiting for the official results of the primaries from the Town of Amherst Clerk's office before posting on our sites and cable channels. We will post as soon as the results are made available to us.
Aug 31, 2018
Tomorrow's David Pakman will be the episode that aired yesterday, Thursday, August 30th. We have been experiencing delays in receiving access to their program in time to show them to you on the day they are recorded, and we are continuing to troubleshoot this issue. Thank you for your patience.
Aug 17, 2018
Check out the latest in The Collective - Amherst Media intern and former footsoldier in the Republic of Korea Army Taesuh Kim takes a look at the future of the Peninsula through the thoughts of fellow South Koreans. It comes on The National Liberation Day on August 15, which commemorates victory over Japan in World War II, when US and Soviet Forces ended decades of Japanese occupation.
Jul 23, 2018
Amherst Media co-sponsored and filmed a candidates forum featuring the Democratic candidates running for the Third Hampshire District seat, Eric Nakajima and Mindy Domb. The forum was held at the Bangs Community Center on Wednesday, July 18th. The primary election will be on September 4th and the winner of this race will face independent incumbent Solomon-Goldstein Rose in November's general election. The forum was sponsored by the Daily Hampshire Gazette, Amherst Media, WHMP, and the Amherst League of Women Voters.
Jul 19, 2018
Judy Brooks, a long-time member of the Amherst community and a committed activist for human rights, social justice, and intrinsic dignity, died last week at the age of 74. Judy and her husband Barry initially moved to Amherst in 1971 to co-direct the ABC House. She subsequently taught at Pelham Elementary for over thirty years. Among many other contributions to the community, Judy served on the town's Select Board, the Housing Authority, and as an active member of the League of Women Voters.