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Residents donate more than eight tons of food in recent drive

Angelique Fiske
angelique@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – In addition to delivering mail on May 9, postal workers in Holyoke and South Hadley picked up more than eight tons of donated food....
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Holyoke Ordinance Committee approves plans for indoor flea market

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – The City Council’s Ordinance Committee approved a request for a special permit for a in-door flea council at its meeting on May 26....
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Holyoke Fire Department unveils three new engines

Chris Maza
chrism@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – The Holyoke Fire Department put on display the fruits of Mayor Alex Morse’s first municipal bond proposal as mayor – three new engines....
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Program helps homeless students with food supplies for the weekend

Lori Szepelak
lori@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – In a warehouse at 724 Main St. each Thursday afternoon, a group of individuals take time from their day to help assemble backpacks filled with nutritious food for students who may have limited access to provisions over the weekend....
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Dean will remain a technical school for at least one more year

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – The future of vocational education in the city was alluded to in statements released by Mayor Alex Morse and Mitchell Chester, commissioner of Education....
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Fate of Mater Dolorosa Church is in hands of parish

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – The future of the Mater Dolorosa Church is now in the hands of the new parish that replaced it....
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Holyoke holds landlord responsible for apartment building

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – The city has decided to make Lucjan Hronowski responsible for the apartment building he owns on the corner of Elms and Appleton streets....
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Chester addresses rumors, outlines plans for Holyoke schools

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

HOLYOKE – Mitchell Chester, the commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, was adamant in squashing rumors circulating in the city about the state’s receivership of the Holyoke public schools. ...
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