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Kearsarge Energy partnership helps West Springfield and Southwick

By Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

SOUTHWICK – The Kearsarge Energy solar farm in Southwick will be set to open in early to mid-March, according to the company’s managing partner, Andrew Bernstein.  This is the solar farm with which the town of West Springfield would be partnering, ...
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Second Winter Carnival kicks off school break with family fun at park

By Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

WEST SPRINGFIELD – Mayor Edward Sullivan’s Winter Carnival is back for its second year.The event will take place at Mittineague Park on Feb. 14, beginning with a two-mile family fun run and a “Terrier Turf” dog walk at 10:30 a.m. The run starts at Tatham...
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Neigbors don’t support Hayes Ave. zone change

By Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

WEST SPRINGFIELD – Residents of Hayes Avenue and surrounding streets came out to voice their concern at the Jan. 20 Town Council meeting about the proposed rezoning of their neighborhood. The petitioner, Normandeau Realty, proposed an amendment that wou...
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Sullivan: Town will save with solar partnership

By Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

WEST SPRINGFIELD – Mayor Edward Sullivan announced at the Town Council meeting Jan. 20 that West Springfield would be making another green initiative. West Springfield has formed a partnership with Kearsarge Energy, a renewable energy project develo...
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School Committee announces Anti-Bullying Week, interdistrict development

By Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

WEST SPRINGFIELD – The first school committee meeting of the New Year on Jan. 13 came with plenty of updates from Interim Superintendent Michael Richard, including Anti-Bullying week and a statement of interest for the Massachusetts School Building Authority....
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High school track opens to public on Sunday afternoons

By Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.co

WEST SPRINGFIELD – Runners of West Springfield, rejoice.  The Parks and Recreation Department is now offering an alternative to cold Sunday sprints through the snow. The indoor track at the high school will be open to the public on Sundays, sta...
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New veteran services director takes over role

Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

WEST SPRINGFIELD – A new year brings a new face to the West Springfield Town Hall. Chris Lizotte has been welcomed on as the new director of veteran services, beginning in his new office Jan. 5.Lizotte, a 2005 graduate of <a href="https://www.edline.net/pages/agawam_high_school" target="_bla...
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Program gets families outside, exploring Mittineague park

Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

WEST SPRINGFIELD – Winter days can easily discourage families from getting outside and into the fresh air, but the West Springfield Parks and Recreation Department is giving residents a reason to embrace nature, even in the cold. Environmental educator Nancy Condon has begun leading the Fami...
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Majestic Theater stage welcomes back Southwick native for first-run of ‘Iris’

Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

WEST SPRINGFIELD – Dylan Brown, a Southwick native, grew up as a performer at the Majestic Theater. Now, she is pursuing acting as a career in New York City, but this January she will return home to the stage that started her passion.Brown will star in the first run of <a href="http://www.ma...
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