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Mark Arigoni, a landscape architect who has been working with the town on proposed renovations to the high school athletic facility, gives an update on the project. Story in the Oct. 1 print edition. Turley Publications photo by Mike...
Robert Johnston, an Agawam High School senior now serving as the student representative to the School Committee, talks with Superintendent William Sapelli before the start of a recent committee meeting. Story in the Oct. 1 print edition. Turley...
Agawam U-10 soccer players move upfield with the ball during a game on Saturday. More youth soccer photos in the Oct. 1 print edition. Turley Publications photo by Gregory A. Scibelli
Dick Lanier, left, and Doug Rapport lift chickens — 15 whole chickens on each grille — onto the Lions Club barbecue pit at the Big E last week. Story and more photos in the Sept. 24 print edition. Turley Publications photo by Michael J....
Feeding Hills resident Carole Ramponi, left, received the Host of the Day award Monday, Sept. 21, at the Big E in West Springfield, from Eugene J. Cassidy, Eastern States Exposition president and chief executive officer. Submitted photo
While traffic going to and from the Big E through Agawam has always presented challenges, the good weather and record-breaking attendance numbers this year has raised the ire of residents, and at least one member of the Agawam City Council.
After having some major difficulty navigating through town, City Councilor Cecilia Calabrese, who also chairs the Community Relations Subcommittee, raised several questions to Mayor Richard Cohen and Police Chief Eric Gillis.
She asked several questions about the finances, but most importantly, is looking for a better solution to dealing with the traffic issues. READ MORE
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