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Tony Spryzenski cuts the hair of Feeding Hills resident Noah Beavis, 7, during a cut-athon fundraiser to benefit Alex Scafuri on Sunday at The Barber in Feeding Hills. Scafuri is recovering from a paralyzing hit-and-run accident in March....
Top hats fit the “Alice in Wonderland” theme at Agawam High School’s senior prom on May 1 at the Log Cabin in Holyoke. More photos in the May 7 print edition. Turley Publications photo by William Pead
Agawam Little Leaguers lead the short parade from Phelps School to Memorial Field on School Street during Opening Day ceremonies Saturday, May 2. More photos in the May 7 print edition. Turley Publications photo by Gregory A. Scibelli
Members of the Agawam Public Library’s first large-scale “book forum” sit around the table April 30 to discuss “The Invention of Wings.” Story in the May 7 print edition. Turley Publications photo by Gregory A. Scibelli
Agawam High School senior Emily Percy stands with her father, Stephen John Percy III, and her painting inspired by him at the high school’s Spring Arts Festival on April 30. For more photos from the Arts Festival, pick up next week’s Agawam...
The Agawam City Council has turned down a request from the mayor to seek special legislation that would have allowed special police officers in town to work through age 70.
After a long debate, councilors rejected the proposal, 7-4, over concerns about public safety and how the law would be perceived.
Agawam employs a part-time, auxiliary force known as the special police. They are fully sworn officers of the law with the same duties and powers as the full-time police force in town, but are only used when full-time officers are not available, typically for traffic control and other special assignments. They spend occasional time on regular patrol duty. READ MORE
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