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Spare the trees

If Longmeadow really needs to expand its shopping center, please tell me that they will not cut down the beautiful trees that have been between the center and the church for years. That section of land is so beautiful, and adds a touch of serenity to the busy shopping area. Why don't they consider t...
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Springfield Jazz and Roots Festival a significant and enduring event for the city

The city of Springfield is known for many great events such as the pancake breakfast, Stearns Square Concert Series, and the Parade of Big Balloons, but something has been missing the past three years. I believe, as do many area residents, the missing piece was the absence of a jazz event since the ...
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East Longmeadow Government Review Petition

The first step to move the local government review forward is to submit approximately 1,681 registered East Longmeadow voter signatures to Town Hall for action.Let’s move forward and get it done. Help us – please sign the petition.Conrad Wiezbicki...
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Keep Western Mass Casino-Free

On behalf of Repeal the Casino Deal and No Casino Springfield, we are writing to sincerely thank the residents of Springfield, Longmeadow, East Longmeadow, Hampden and Wilbraham for their overwhelming support in the effort to keep western Massachusetts casino-free. As you may have heard, the State S...
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It is now a public facility

In the mid-1990s in East Longmeadow, the financial “must haves” presented to the usual pathetic town meeting few, a proposal to purchase Pine Knoll “before Springfield could get it.”Chris Maza confirms it was known to be a place of public accommodation and it was  nowhere near #504 Reha...
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Open letter

Dear Governor Patrick,        My name is Megan Crowley. I am a 23-year-old female who grew up in Springfield. I attended public school here; I grew up in subsidized housing here; I worked my way through a bachelor’s degree here. All of these experiences make me ...
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Committee looks for history

The East Longmeadow Fourth of July Parade Committee is looking for information and photographs of early celebrations. The goal is to compile as complete of a history of the parade since 1894. Information will be made available to the local historical commission and the library as well.<b...
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