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Agawam resident Ryan Fields and his son, Eli, 2 ½, check out one of the new play structures at School Street Park. The expanded park is open now, and will host a grand opening the evening of July 1 as part of SummerFest. Story in the June 25...
Eighth graders, from left, Alexandra Humphries, Sophia Strain, Jenna Grasso, Hayley Sotolotto and Eli Rodriguez show off copies of their published books during a Future Authors Program event at the Agawam Junior High School library. Story and...
Granger School celebrated its annual Field Day last week with outdoor games, inflatable obstacle courses and the opportunity to “pie” some teachers. More photos in the June 25 print edition. Turley Publications photo by Mike Lydick
Longtime AHS guidance counselors Frank Meagher, left, and Alan Cohen said goodbye to their colleagues at a retirement party this month. Story in the June 25 print edition. Turley Publications photo by Michael J. Ballway
Chuck Kelly, left, the new chairman of the West of the River Chamber of Commerce, and West Springfield Mayor Edward Sullivan, right, congratulate John Weiss at the Chamber’s annual breakfast last week, as he steps down from the chairmanship....
Developer Ralph DePalma finally received his special permits for drive-through windows to complete a proposal for a three-business subdivision at 38 N. Westfield St., Feeding Hills.
DePalma’s proposal was the subject of major criticism from Barbara Murphy and John Murphy, who are not related to each other and own separate residential properties near the proposed site.
They claimed the new business, one of which will be a Dunkin’ Donuts with a drive-through window, would disturb their properties because of the noise from the intercom, and cause a drop in their property values. READ MORE
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