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Warren praises Girls Inc. summer science program

By G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – The conclusion of this summer’s Eureka!, the Girl’s Inc. summer program for science, drew raves not only from the participants and their families, but also from the Sen. Elizabeth Warren and University of Massachusetts at Amherst (UMass) Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy.    ...
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Holyoke receives $230,000 grant

By G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – Holyoke has recently been awarded $230,000 in competitive Green Community funds that will go to improve energy efficiency in a number of city buildings.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Rory Casey, Mayor Alex Morse’s chief of staff, told Reminder Publications</sp...
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Fernandez family opens second business in South Hadley

By Peter Spotts
PeterS@thereminder.com

SOUTH HADLEY – One of Holyoke’s most popular Spanish food restaurants is branching out into South Hadley.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The Fernandez family, owners of the Fernandez Family Restaurant in Holyoke, cut the ribbon for Elegancia Banquet Event &amp; Meeting Room on July 31.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nb...
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End of an era as Sisters of St. Joseph sell Mount Marie

By Peter Spotts
PeterS@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – After 117 years, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield are leaving the Mont Marie property in Holyoke.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The location has been the center of the congregation, but severe financial situations have forced ...
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Peanut butter and jelly program helps hungry kids in summer

By Lori Szepelak
lori@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a staple of the American diet, but for some area children, it can be the difference between a meal and going hungry.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Providence Ministries for the Needy (PMN) re-introduced its Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Initiative this...
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Firefighters propose municipal ambulance service

By G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – Christopher Butler, president of the Holyoke Firefighters Association, Local 1693, told members of the City Council that Holyoke could benefit by operating its own ambulances.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Members of the Safety Committ...
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