Use this search box to find articles that have run in our newspapers over the last several years.


Flying a drone? Westover ARB asks you to follow the rules1/14/2016
Kos outlines past accomplishments and future goals for Chicopee1/8/2016
Chicopee City Council starts 2016 term1/8/2016
Sewers costs, huge air show, Uniroyal rehab all of part of Chicopee in 2015 12/30/2015
Kos and area clergy gather to remember homeless12/23/2015
Committee ponders next step for Chicopee’s trash disposal12/23/2015
Moreau honored at meeting for years of service to city12/18/2015
Chicopee to develop plan for water and sewer improvements 12/11/2015
Winter calls for survival preparation now12/11/2015
Chicopee City Council approves settlement for Amanda Plasse lawsuit12/4/2015
Air show brings tourism dollars to region12/4/2015
Pro wrestling legend Bob Backlund stops by Rumbleseat11/25/2015
Chicopee St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee honors three11/25/2015
Bob’s Bakery celebrates its 50th anniversary11/20/2015
City Council sends police request to committee for hearing11/20/2015
Chicopee City Council approves more funding for Uniroyal project11/20/2015
Lesser sees benefits of Chicopee's full-day kindergarten investment11/13/2015
Chicopee Police testing dashboard camera 11/13/2015
Baker awards MassWorks infrastructure grants11/5/2015
Kos cruises to victory over Bissonnette for mayor of Chicopee11/5/2015
Need for service is strong says new Lorraine's Soup Kitchen director10/30/2015
Westover Air Reserve Base makes larger economic impact10/30/2015
Chicopee mayoral candidates field questions10/30/2015
Sheriff Ashe supports Cocchi at campaign rally10/29/2015
Bissonnette to carry on with debate without Kos10/22/2015
Chicopee unveils website as ‘centralized location’ for information10/22/2015
Eight new officers join Chicopee Police Department10/16/2015
‘Average’ Chicopee home should see $45 in tax savings10/16/2015
Bissonnette: Chicopee cop’s case against him is timed for the election10/16/2015
Pope Francis will merge at temporary home 10/15/2015
Chicopee MCAS scores are ‘overall postive’10/9/2015
Chicopee City Council approves two tax increases for public safety funds10/9/2015
Bissonnette formally launches mayoral campaign in Chicopee10/2/2015
Dupont formally honored with Chicopee middle school10/2/2015
Kos announces CPR program in Chicopee high schools10/2/2015
Chicopee police to use manpower, lighting and cameras to focus on gangs10/2/2015
Chicopee City Council loan vote invalidated9/25/2015
Chicopee neighbors hear plans about Pride truck stop, Plantation Inn9/25/2015
Kos speaks of accomplishments through teamwork9/17/2015
Chicopee City Council approves loan of $425,000 to nonprofit9/17/2015
Chicopee resident to speak at Pink Mass on Sept. 129/10/2015
Chicopee accepts roads, will see increase in funding9/10/2015
Dale Street to be completed before Thanksgiving9/4/2015
Study to determine possibility of municipal broadband in Chicopee9/4/2015
Chicopee to start first Citizen Police Academy next month8/28/2015
Fran O’Connell releases eight-point economic development plan8/21/2015
Downtown Block Party to put spotlight on Chicopee8/21/2015
Chicopee native is awarded fellowship8/14/2015
Jebb tells Chicopee City Council the benefits of the new Taser program8/7/2015
Chicopee does not respond to request made by Bissonnette’s attorney8/7/2015
Police brutality settlement creates questions for Chicopee councilors8/7/2015
Elms College gets high marks in survey7/31/2015
K Fest to move to West Springfield7/31/2015
Lapollo back to work at Chicopee Council on Aging7/31/2015
Chicopee man says sewer construction is affecting his home 7/23/2015
Westover Job Corps officials decline to talk to councilors, residents7/17/2015
Rematch: Bissonnette to run again for Chicopee mayor7/17/2015
2015 Kielbasa Festival is success, seeks new venue for 20167/10/2015
Chicopee City Council looks at proposed changes for truck stop7/10/2015
Chicopee Ward 1 residents express concerns on infrastructure work 7/2/2015
Chicopee Fire Chief Burkott retires, notes changes in firefighting7/2/2015
Chicopee Community garden project receives funding, moves forward6/26/2015
Chicopee seeks proposals for medical marijuana dispensary 6/26/2015
Downtown Chicopee gets high tech addition with 'Chi-Fi'6/19/2015
Chicopee bookmobile makes its debut6/19/2015
Chicopee City Council approves more funds for middle school 6/19/2015
Chicopee Police Department to apply for grant to upgrade dive equipment6/12/2015
Record-breaking Westover air show good for some Chicopee businesses6/12/2015
Chicopee residents call for meeting with Job Corps officials about students6/5/2015
‘Entourage’ has been a ‘whirlwind’ for Chicopee native6/5/2015
Chicopee starts fitness program for city employees5/29/2015
Chicopee closes PCB-contaminated pools5/22/2015
Air show celebrates aviation’s past, present and future5/22/2015
Congressman John Lewis encourages grads to ‘find a way to get in the way’5/22/2015
Westover will host Blue Angels and more at 2015 air show5/15/2015
Good Dog Spot's 'Run for the Roses' benefits TJO5/15/2015
Chicopee Police Department makes surveillance upgrades to booking area5/15/2015
Chicopee City Council approves zone change5/7/2015
Lt. Gov. Polito hears needs of local manufacturing5/7/2015
Chicopee to conduct two auctions of seized properties in May 4/24/2015
Holyoke Catholic students head to Florida4/24/2015
Chicopee School Committee to consider name for new school4/24/2015
Neighbors of Westover Building Supply must wait longer for zoning decision4/24/2015
Punch list for RiverMills is getting shorter4/17/2015
Chapin School vets housing close to construction4/17/2015
Chicopee City Council tables zoning decision until next meeting4/10/2015
Chicopee officials address issues at new senior center4/10/2015
Chicopee Zoning Committee gives thumbs up to two new businesses4/3/2015
K-Fest returns bigger for a second year4/3/2015
Chicopee seeks input from residents about parks and open space3/27/2015
Chicopee to save electricity and money with new streetlamps3/27/2015
Chicopee City Council approves plan to expand patrolmen 3/20/2015
Chicopee Comp to host second annual Best Buddies prom3/13/2015
Process to renovate Chicopee City Hall started3/13/2015
Kos to propose Uniroyal to diocese 3/6/2015
Chicopee opens its checkbook online for inspection by residents3/6/2015
City, police officers named in brutality suit3/6/2015
Council approves more funds for new middle school New Page3/6/2015
PetSmart to open new store in Chicopee this summer2/27/2015
Kos outlines progress of past year, initiatives for future2/27/2015
Chicopee City Council approves bond request, moves sewer project forward2/5/2015
Chicopee copes with snow costs2/5/2015
Prince spreads word on the need for preparedness1/30/2015
Technology at library assists the vision impaired use computers, surf the Internet1/30/2015
‘Filegate’ investigation concludes no criminal activity1/23/2015
Uniroyal building to be ‘mothballed’ for future1/23/2015
New senior center is attracting more men 1/23/2015
Kos has online ‘chat’ with residents on variety of subjects1/16/2015
City Council to start process to fill Board of Health1/16/2015
City Council to question next step for Uniroyal building1/9/2015
Chicopee residents honor vets at Christmas1/2/2015
Chicopee Comprehensive receives state grant 12/23/2014
City Council votes to restrict Vanguard Consignments12/19/2014
Lorraine’s seeks donations to make goal of $35,00012/12/2014
Chicopee seeks help in renovating City Hall auditorium12/12/2014
Biker plans fundraiser for Brightside at Cabot Pub II on Dec.612/5/2014
Free cash amount surprises Chicopee city officials12/5/2014
Holyoke Catholic High School principal quits abruptly 11/25/2014
Restaurant to help Womanshelter/Compañeras11/25/2014
Work begins on renovations to downtown Chicopee's Wisniowski Park11/21/2014
City Council approves funding for new contracts11/21/2014
Friends of the Chicopee Public Library host annual concert11/14/2014
New Westover wing commander takes part in Veterans Day11/14/2014
Chicopee to offer Bright Nights for Seniors Dec. 3 and 411/7/2014
Chicopee author releases ‘The Current Rate of Exchange’10/31/2014
Youth Rally to feature well known Christian rock band10/23/2014
Chicopee City Council approves most of Kos’ spending plan10/23/2014
Colts take the sword10/17/2014
Lesser addresses job development, homeless in Chicopee10/17/2014
Recent increase in panhandling spurs law revision10/10/2014
Increase in tax rate targets improvements10/10/2014
Chicopee’s new RiverMills Center opens to the community10/3/2014
Chicopee MCAS scores show improvements9/25/2014
Park campaign exceeds goal9/25/2014
Chicopee resident made an impression at VFiles championships9/19/2014
Caseworkers to be deployed to help homeless in motels9/12/2014
PCNU, Bankers Bank support Buy Chicopee Now9/12/2014
Volunteers assemble a new playscape for Nash Park9/5/2014
Courchesne to face Wagner in primary election9/5/2014
Chicopee man to compete in DJ contest9/5/2014
Chicopee teachers start new year at convocation8/29/2014
Chicopee uses crowdsourcing to raise funds for playground8/15/2014
Survey claims Chicopee is ‘boring’8/8/2014
City Council eliminates residency requirement8/8/2014
Mayor opposes proposal to use Westover7/25/2014
Porter eager to lead Parks and Recreation Department 7/25/2014
Renovations to former Chicopee High officially begin7/25/2014
Humanitarian mission sees another side of Afghanistan7/25/2014
After two years, Jebb assumes role as police chief7/18/2014
Burkott to leave Fire Department next year7/18/2014
Chapin School project receives additional funding from state7/18/2014
Tolman speaks of additional gun control during visit7/11/2014
Council tells union it must wait longer for contract7/3/2014
Baker alters campaign style for latest gubernatorial run6/25/2014
Center gets some of the funding it needs to open6/20/2014
Councilors, commissioners spar over new water rates 6/13/2014
Kos expresses concern on former Chicopee High middle school conversion6/6/2014
City Council approves more funding for sewer updates6/6/2014
Henry Lafleur receives Charles H. Tracy Award 5/30/2014
Revival of Kielbasa Festival only breaks even5/23/2014
Westover announces 2015 Air Show dates5/23/2014
Willimansett Bridge construction to resume5/16/2014
Cabotville Park up for auction5/16/2014
Residents to speak out over cable TV service5/9/2014
$12 million downtown investment complete5/9/2014
REB strives to place 1,000 teens in summer jobs5/9/2014
Westover ARB cuts more than 300 jobs by 20155/1/2014
Visiting nurse agencies merge in order to increase service area4/25/2014
CCHS preparing workforce for high tech jobs4/18/2014
Graham to be keynote speaker at 'Little Black Dress Affair'4/18/2014
City Council approves equipment purchases, mayoral appointments4/18/2014
Students learn about financial realities facing them4/11/2014
Commission proposes rate increases4/11/2014
Mayor learns middle school may go over budget3/28/2014
Updated version: Civil Service issues report on police chief selection3/28/2014
Vote on city messenger appointment put on hold3/21/2014
This year’s Catholic Appeal sets higher goal of $3 million3/14/2014
City Councilors at odds over letter3/7/2014
Family Roasters in minority of locally owned businesses on Memorial Drive2/28/2014
Two water projects could spur larger bills2/21/2014
Report reveals financial challenges to city2/14/2014
Buffalo Wild Wings gains Zoning approval2/14/2014
Drumm to begin tenure as Chicopee Chamber president 1/31/2014
City addresses sewer and drainage issues1/31/2014
Holyoke Catholic alum to perform in benefit show1/31/2014
G. Boutique to bring upscale, personal service to Valley1/24/2014
Kos and Bissonnette spar over files, emails1/24/2014
Babci’s puts its stamp on Polish food in the region1/17/2014
City officials laboring to obtain LEPC certification1/17/2014
K-Fest makes return to Chicopee’s Szot Park1/17/2014
Police chief to revise policies, procedures1/10/2014
Kos begins new administration in Chicopee1/10/2014
Chicopee Urgent Care Center opens doors to public1/3/2014
2013 in review: Area faces changes, challenges 1/3/2014
Bissonnette makes most of remaining time as mayor12/27/2013
Military veteran makes preparedness his life’s work12/20/2013
Duval Precision awarded Workforce Training Grant12/20/2013
Chicopee ponders agreement with MGM12/13/2013
City receives award for ‘Brush with Kindness’ program12/13/2013
Hewes: Chick-fil-A more than just fast food12/13/2013
Council approves additional funds for renovation project12/6/2013
Holyoke Catholic High School marks its 50th anniversary12/6/2013
Chicopee officers honored with Medal of Valor12/6/2013
Perez makes it to Voice of McDonald’s semifinals11/26/2013
Council unanimously approves tax breaks for Menck USA11/22/2013
Senior Center receives infusion of funds11/22/2013
CareVan marks first year of serving city’s needy11/22/2013
Mayor-elect announces members of transition team11/22/2013
Father William Davitt remembered and honored11/15/2013
Chamber president retires after 17 years11/8/2013
Family tradition inspires ‘The Tale of the Sad Little Elf’11/1/2013
More former Uniroyal buildings tagged for demolition 11/1/2013
Chicopee mayoral candidates offer views11/1/2013
Second phase of Szot Park improvements to begin10/25/2013
Laflamme: City treasurer must be trustworthy person10/25/2013
Veteran erects memorial for fallen shipmates10/18/2013
Candidate for treasurer pledges to continue Laflamme’s good work10/18/2013
City Council will not ask AG for investigation 10/18/2013
Local journalist, author pens first children’s book10/11/2013
Chicopee landmark, Collegian Court, re-opens10/11/2013
McAuliffe challenges Szetela for School Committee seat10/11/2013
Controversy continues over police discipline10/11/2013
Residence Inn by Marriott officially opens its doors10/4/2013
Bissonnette: Chicopee in ‘best financial shape of city’s history’10/4/2013
Siemens Industry to conduct city energy audit9/27/2013
‘See, Click, Fix’ to address Chicopee’s potholes 9/27/2013
State unsure when work on bridge will resume9/27/2013
Textbooks no longer primary resource for students, educators9/20/2013
Elms College leaps to 17th spot in U.S. News ‘Best College’ list9/13/2013
Senior center receives $185,000 donation9/6/2013
Work begins on new wing at Ames Privilege8/30/2013
Markey listens to area mayors about needs8/30/2013
Szot Park is now suggested as site for K-Fest8/23/2013
Merchants ask for and receive patrols8/23/2013
Mayor and department heads tackle variety of topics at meeting8/19/2013
Birch Manor celebrates 50th anniversary8/9/2013
City Council to investigate $38,500 expenditure8/9/2013
Chicopee named 2013 Playful City USA8/9/2013
Bissonnette hopes Ames renovation will prompt downtown development8/2/2013
Closure of Chicopee RMV ‘non-issue’8/2/2013
National Night Out comes to Chicopee Aug. 58/2/2013
Purchase and sale agreement signed for Chapin School7/26/2013
Kos looks to unseat Bissonnette for mayor7/26/2013
Framework completed for new senior center7/19/2013
Collegian Court, Kielbasa Fest to return7/19/2013
Liswell: Future of Chicopee Fest of All uncertain7/12/2013
Lung Association honors Bissonnette, Morse for clean air efforts7/12/2013
Treasurer sees school building funds at work7/12/2013
City has full complement of police officers7/3/2013
Local community health centers receive grants6/21/2013
Kos to challenge Bissonnette for mayor6/21/2013
City Council names members to committee 6/14/2013
Audits to give Police Department a 'clean slate'6/14/2013
Eighth annual Fest of All to entertain June 27 to 306/7/2013
$8.16 million meter bond sends up red flag6/7/2013
Air show to take flight, despite cuts5/31/2013
Medical marijuana law recommendations to be reviewed by City Council5/31/2013
Plans shared for River Walk construction through Ward 35/24/2013
Public hearing to debate $8.16 million water meter replacement5/24/2013
Film festival was perfect for Lapointe5/17/2013
Coins to honor graduates5/10/2013
New home to help neighborhood5/10/2013
Local students take to the stage at Walt Disney World5/10/2013
Chicopee High School project to move forward5/10/2013
Chick-fil-A looks to open in Chicopee5/3/2013
Bridge will reopen 13 month ahead of schedule5/3/2013
Used sharps and unwanted drugs to be collected 4/26/2013
Substation will secure power needs for the city's future4/26/2013
City Council passes spending measures4/19/2013
Committee to consider new cell phone policy 4/12/2013
Construction begins on new senior center4/12/2013
Council to debate the best way to buy new fire truck4/5/2013
Asbestos removal referred to Council's Finance Committee3/29/2013
City Council to consider funding for capital projects3/29/2013
CCHS, USO benefit from Smith & Wesson donation3/29/2013
Lamontagne to challenge Brunetti for Ward One City Council seat3/22/2013
Analysis says City Council has limited confirmation powers3/22/2013
Chicopee Savings donates $250,000 to senior center3/22/2013
City shows support3/15/2013
School Committee to consider moving department offices3/15/2013
Bissonnette to run for fifth term3/8/2013
City Council to consider snow removal fee3/8/2013
Lamontagne won't seek re-election3/1/2013
Cost for plowing lower than expected 2/22/2013
So far in budget city avoids layoffs 2/22/2013
Series of events to help center for terminally ill set2/22/2013
Laflamme announces his retirement from office2/22/2013
Bissonnette still interested in extending terms for council and mayor2/15/2013
A change in Springfield could benefit Chicopee2/15/2013
Ballot question on extended terms defeated again2/11/2013
Chicopee native goes for his life-long dream2/1/2013
Councilors hear concerns about bar at zoning meeting2/1/2013
Chicopee's casino dreams still have a chance 1/25/2013
City Council approves new ambulance1/18/2013
A casino may still be in Chicopee's future1/18/2013
Class of 2012 unveils pacer1/11/2013
Lorraine's Soup Kitchen receives grant, funding cuts1/11/2013
City Council debates fiscal conservatism, spending obligations1/11/2013
Economic development, clashes between City Council and mayor mark 20121/2/2013
Cleanup of brownfield sites progressing in Chicopee12/26/2012
Catholic schools team up for 'Yes, Virginia'12/19/2012
City Council, mayor clash over purchases 12/19/2012
Principals seek greater parental involvement12/12/2012
Rain Doesn't Stop Tree Lighting12/12/2012
Principals seek greater parental involvement12/12/2012
Solar array planned for Memorial Drive site12/5/2012
Chicopee receives grant for tree program12/5/2012
Closed church to be used as 'large chapel'11/28/2012
Renovation project moves closer to start date11/28/2012
New accountability system will help teachers11/21/2012
LaFleur is awarded Bronze Star 67 years after service11/14/2012
Officer receives promotion to captain11/7/2012
Seniors to enjoy Bright Nights for fifth straight year11/7/2012
City supports domestic violence program with grant 10/31/2012
Church presents 'Trunk or Treat' on Oct. 3110/31/2012
Bissonnette reveals plans for River Walk10/24/2012
Chapin School to be converted into housing for veterans10/24/2012
City receiving reimbursement10/17/2012
New supermarket adds to Memorial Drive corridor 10/10/2012
School Committee expresses concern about building10/10/2012
Munich Haus re-opens beer garden after fire10/3/2012
Committee receives favorable reports on condition of school buildings 9/26/2012
Moreau joins Vieau and Brunetti in criticizing mayor9/26/2012
Sock Hop to raise funds for cancer support group9/26/2012
Farm shares help seniors9/19/2012
Councilors not pleased with outcome of forgery case9/19/2012
Chicopee native wins playwright competition9/12/2012
Chicopee voter fraud investigation remains active9/5/2012
Kava Press opens in Rivoli block 8/29/2012
Proposed center would preserve French Canadian culture 8/29/2012
Holyoke Catholic students prepare 'Thoroughly Modern Millie'8/29/2012
City offers $10,000 reward to help solve case8/29/2012
Consolidation work continues on city properties8/22/2012
School lunch prices nudge upward8/15/2012
City receives grant for parking lot project8/8/2012
Air Show attracts thousands to region8/8/2012
Boys & Girls Club adds spray park to summer fun8/1/2012
Night Out builds community, fights crime8/1/2012
Farmers struggle to keep crops viable for market7/25/2012
BruHill Spa'lon breaks the mold for customers7/25/2012
Murray introduces new website to help vets7/18/2012
First time job fair helps vets and reservists7/11/2012
Sale of planes yield $39,300 for new center7/11/2012
Council approves budget with little conflict 7/3/2012
Police Chief John Ferraro's retirement is 'an end to an era'7/3/2012
Fest of All promises more for children this year6/26/2012
Electric bills to decrease, sewer rates unchanged 6/26/2012
Hotel project is under way6/26/2012
Moreau sees new police station being approved6/20/2012
Teacher offers free Zumba lessons at Chicopee Boys & Girls Club6/20/2012
Chicopee receives funds for brownfield cleanup 6/13/2012
School Committee continues discussion of CTE expansion 6/13/2012
Officers, civilian honored for valor during April 13 shooting6/13/2012
Family hopes to help their loved one 'breathe easy'6/13/2012
West Street Market opens 6/6/2012
Bridge closing hasn't affected businesses6/6/2012
Design revealed5/30/2012
REACH students to compete at the University of Indiana5/30/2012
Brault chosen as 2011 Tracy Award winner 5/30/2012
Closing of bridge creates two years of inconvenience5/23/2012
School Committee honored four heroes at meeting5/9/2012
Fund-raiser will aid city employee left homeless by fire5/9/2012
Students further careers in finance at high school credit union5/1/2012
Student athletes to have new academic requirements 4/25/2012
Student built house is ready for sale4/17/2012
DiSanti makes bid for clerk of courts4/17/2012
Morse hopes others will follow his path downtown4/11/2012
School Committee approves raises 4/11/2012
Demolition begins at Facemate property4/11/2012
Bissonnette won't run for Clerk of Courts4/4/2012
Attorney General levels new charges at Internet café owners4/4/2012
Holy Name School to close June 223/28/2012
Chicopee teachers honored3/28/2012
'Gateway' schools to get more funds3/28/2012
Polish genealogy expert to speak 3/20/2012
Electric Light Department Honored3/20/2012
Murray vows to fight for Westover 3/20/2012
School Committe votes for Comp's new robotics program 3/13/2012
Chicopee swears in new firefighters3/7/2012
Chicopee High project takes next step3/7/2012
The 2012 Colleens2/29/2012
Anderson leaves city position to lead Chamber2/29/2012
New book outlines history from 1950 to 19752/22/2012
Mayor: In 2012 city will shine2/22/2012
Club to celebrate 100 years of service 2/15/2012
Former warehouse is new home for Bay State Dental 2/8/2012
Zero interest loan will help city’s water system2/8/2012
State may have to pick up bussing costs2/8/2012
State may have to pick up bussing costs2/8/2012
Chicopee High renovations move forward1/31/2012
Holyoke Catholic students prepare for two plays 1/31/2012
School Committee voices opinion about West End development plan 1/24/2012
Downtown plan includes new housing, traffic patterns1/17/2012
Warren: Take the outside money out of race1/17/2012
Moreau seeks to change tone of City Council1/11/2012
School Committee honors nurse1/11/2012
School Committee changes policy12/27/2011
Bissonnette extends olive branch to critics12/21/2011
Patrolman is awarded coveted badge12/14/2011
Knights help out with winter coat donation12/14/2011
Principals share progress with School Committee12/14/2011
Donations for Bright Nights trip needed 12/7/2011
First phase of computing center completed12/6/2011
First meeting on city’s charter set for Dec. 511/29/2011
Chicopee honors those who have served11/16/2011
Majority votes for Bissonnette’s critics11/15/2011
Bissonnette adds two, drops one from commission 11/9/2011
Chicopee, Holyoke recover from storm11/9/2011
Soldiers hope they’re not forgotten11/7/2011
Candidates charge mayor is playing a role in their races 11/4/2011
Market Square demo to begin11/4/2011
Grant helps underwrite new downtown housing 10/26/2011
Chicopee students show improvement in test scores10/26/2011
Despite hike, Chicopee still enjoys low tax rates10/25/2011
Precision manufacturing to benefit from grant10/18/2011
Chicopee’s new emergency notification system to be in place this winter10/18/2011
‘Planes over Chicopee’ campaign grows 10/18/2011
City Clerk asks Secretary of State to investigate petitions10/18/2011
Comp earns national recognition10/12/2011
‘RiverMills’ sees more progress 10/12/2011
City, MSBA commit to feasibility study for CHS renovation10/4/2011
Councilors request formal investigation into forged signatures10/4/2011
Lefebvre campaigns to ‘put people before politics’9/28/2011
Bissonnette ‘to get to the bottom’ of fraudulent signatures 9/28/2011
Bissonnette appointed to committee9/21/2011
Planes need sponsors9/21/2011
Businesses fear impact of bridge closings9/13/2011
Couple opens new pub9/13/2011
Bus company helps out Chicopee students 9/7/2011
Chicopee receives HUD approval for loan8/31/2011
Board to allow House on ballot for Ward 1 School Committee seat8/31/2011
Chicopee Dental Center expands its services8/23/2011
Chicopee Farmers’ Market makes impact on community8/23/2011
State officials approve next step for middle school8/16/2011
Newcomer vies for mayoral seat in November 8/9/2011
Work begins on new CSO project 8/9/2011
Hero welcomed home8/3/2011
EPA settles suit about Facemate 8/3/2011
Preferred developer named for housing7/26/2011
Return of state aid would help Chicopee 7/20/2011
John R. Lyman Company shows loyalty to city 7/20/2011
Planes over Chicopee7/12/2011
City Council prevails with budget cuts7/5/2011
New bakery opens in downtown 7/5/2011
Budget fight provokes confrontation6/28/2011
World War I hero remembered at ceremony6/28/2011
Fest of All to rock Szot Park June 23 - 26 6/22/2011
City man 'cooks up recipe' to aid Lorraine's Soup Kitchen6/22/2011
Chicopee native on local Miller Lite billboard6/14/2011
Interns of the year6/9/2011
Roberts receives Charles H. Tracy Award for service to community6/1/2011
Chicopee could use $1.6 million in savings to close budgetary gaps6/1/2011
Chicopee schools should get more state funds 5/24/2011
Applications now available for summer job program 5/18/2011
Sale of sculptures to raise funds for new center5/17/2011
Base housing now open to developers5/10/2011
Library hosts annual student art show5/10/2011
Committee honors Dana Cutler for service5/10/2011
Elms College and STCC form educational partnership 5/3/2011
Theater fest displays talent4/26/2011
Military houses will increase tax rolls4/26/2011
Committee considers credit union proposal4/26/2011
Wagner, Bissonnette continue their fight over the Water Department 4/12/2011
New contract will save schools $750,0004/12/2011
Love for Scott shown at roast4/12/2011
Wagner delays home rule petition on Water Department4/5/2011
Cafeno raid may be test for state 4/5/2011
Projects improve city's infrastructure3/30/2011
HUD director and Elder Affairs secretary visit Chicopee COA 3/30/2011
CHS's Derek Garrow to be honored by Boston Bruins3/30/2011
City responds to needs of Red Cross3/30/2011
Longtime reference librarian to retire3/15/2011
Fabrication shop would hire if workers were available 3/15/2011
Residents react positively to new recycling program3/15/2011
2011 Chicopee Colleen crowned3/9/2011
Chicopee girl's cabbage earns her a $1,000 savings bond3/9/2011
Chicopee dog wins 'Best of Breed" at Westminster Kennel Club3/9/2011
Wagner enjoys challenges of new chairmanship3/9/2011
Chicopee company to make 'Crook Hook'3/1/2011
Bissonnette says city is in good shape 2/23/2011
State to tell schools if MCAS is delayed2/23/2011
CHS students learn about job market 2/23/2011
Parishes are not reopening2/23/2011
Commercial development continues in Chicopee2/15/2011
Pise to run for at-large School Committee seat 2/15/2011
Holy Name Parish to use Assumption Church during evaluation2/15/2011
Winter tests communities2/9/2011
CHS student wins national musical competition2/9/2011
Council, School Committee elect Mruk to position 2/1/2011
Holyoke Catholic High School prepares to present 'Godspell'2/1/2011
School Committee to decide if both high schools should have wrestling teams1/26/2011
Health Center steps in to help dental patients 1/18/2011
Holyoke Catholic students urged to consider career in science 1/11/2011
Mayor honored for support of Reserve and Guard personnel1/11/2011
School Committee to scrutinze truck request 1/11/2011
Uniroyal development one of the top stories of 2010 in Chicopee 12/28/2010
Plans for Uniroyal/Facemate revealed at meeting12/21/2010
Life in music reflected by photos 12/16/2010
Public asked to help in two holiday campaigns 12/8/2010
City Council and School Committee to address vacancy12/8/2010
'Tis the Season!12/8/2010
New Fire Department officers take the oath last week 11/30/2010
School Committee learns impacts of zoning overlay11/24/2010
Chicopee salutes veterans from the Civil War to Iraq11/16/2010
Lavoie is named 'Student of the Year' by University of Phoenix11/16/2010
City prepares for another Bright Nights trip for seniors11/16/2010
Mayor to request impact study for biomass plant11/16/2010
Westover increases its impact 11/9/2010
Hard work brings success11/9/2010
Patrick visits Chicopee Crossing11/3/2010
New recycling effort could add years to life of landfill11/3/2010
Burnett Road residents concerned about traffic, crosswalks11/3/2010
School district makes some progress, but more is needed 10/27/2010
Ward 5 'listening tour' draws few residents 10/19/2010
School Committee plans busy meeting Oct. 2010/13/2010
City first in state with 'Purple Lights'10/5/2010
Bissonnette hears water concerns from residents 10/5/2010
Local high school soccer teams to help raise cancer awareness Oct. 99/28/2010
Murray announces Chicopee one of six new brownfields9/28/2010
Brown to speak at Checkpoint 20109/22/2010
Short meeting brings up topics for future discussions 9/22/2010
Holyoke Catholic High School students prepare for 'Cinderella'9/15/2010
Community asked to help parents of stricken child 9/15/2010
Number of crosswalks on Burnett Road questioned 9/7/2010
Discussion continued on changes to city government 9/7/2010
Resident's first book is well received 8/31/2010
Memorial garden helps woman celebrate son's life 8/17/2010
Layoffs at Callaway: 'a devastating blow'8/17/2010
Mayor questions current format of city government 8/10/2010
'Cinderella Kids' debuts Thursday at Elms College8/10/2010
Chicopee native becomes Marines' latest general8/10/2010
Chicopee man seeks help to start faith-based teen center 7/27/2010
National Night Out coming Aug. 27/22/2010
Consolidations would save city money7/22/2010
Chicopee Farmers' Market starts its new season under a roof7/13/2010
City receives next round of funding for stadium 7/13/2010
Mayor, tots celebrate lunch in the parks7/7/2010
Mayor unveils balanced budget for FY117/7/2010
Summer Fun Club is a great way to keep kids busy6/29/2010
Willamansett residents learn of progress on levy repairs and FEMA flood maps6/22/2010
After three years, 'Crossing' starts 6/22/2010
Boys & Girls Club welcomes donations for fall auction6/22/2010
Final city budget depends on state 6/16/2010
Annual Fest of All opens June 246/16/2010
Dedication honors Downey6/9/2010
Chicopee Academy graduates six 6/9/2010
Mayor, City Council to discuss digital taping of meetings6/9/2010
Bellamy REACH students come to their own conclusions6/1/2010
Kovitch is third recipient of Tracy Award6/1/2010
The umps think he's great5/26/2010
Official canal walk opening5/26/2010
Happy 100th birthday!5/26/2010
Chicopee Canal Park and Bike Path to open Friday5/18/2010
Chicopee High students learn financial realities of life 5/12/2010
Musical revue to be presented at Elms College 5/4/2010
City Council Zoning Committee tables controversial zoning overlay ordinance 5/4/2010
Reception reveals progress made at Polish Center 4/27/2010
City Hall hosts show for elementary, middle school student art4/21/2010
Classic car raffle to benefit Sunshine Village 4/21/2010
Residents question proposed zoning overlay's impact 4/21/2010
Lyman Company to stay thanks to MassDevelopment4/14/2010
Local author to introduce 'Gabby Saturday'4/6/2010
Babin's appointment makes history in Chicopee4/6/2010
Neal credited for saving dealership 4/6/2010
Local manufacturers seek repeal of new tax4/6/2010
Comp students get taste of 'real world' finances 3/31/2010
Soup Kitchen can now transport people for daily meal, thanks to donation3/23/2010
Coffee shop owner sees much potential in downtown3/23/2010
Coincidences bring flag to Iraq3/23/2010
Uniroyal redevelopment will be 'complicated'3/17/2010
Mullan: reserves can't be used to pay off Pike3/17/2010
Chicopee PTO to host John L. Fitzpatrick Memorial Scholarship fundraiser3/12/2010
2010 Chicopee Colleen Selected3/9/2010
Comp student's passion pays off 3/9/2010
Mayor names city's first Director of Veterans' Services3/9/2010
Chicopee Comp student sets sights on Buoniconti's senate seat2/23/2010
Bissonnette seeks to consolidate more departments 2/23/2010
Uniroyal project moves forward with plan, demolition 2/17/2010
School Department takes proactive stance on bullying 2/10/2010
Lorraine's Soup Kitchen prepares for opening2/9/2010
City gets a double helping of CSO money from stimulus funds 2/2/2010
Residents learn about the need for flood insurance2/2/2010
Elms president settling into her new role1/26/2010
New restaurant owner gives established location a chance 1/19/2010
Demolition begins at Uniroyal/Facemate1/13/2010
Students research collection of unused prescriptions1/13/2010
Bissonnette enters third term1/6/2010
In Chicopee, 2009 was a year of building and promise1/5/2010
The Clutter Doctor comes to St. Anne's12/31/2009
Revision of flood maps could save residents money 12/29/2009
Chicopee man promotes 'Miracle on the Hudson' book 12/22/2009
Koher family and friends 'adopt' kid's wishes for the holidays12/22/2009
Artists wanted for Chicopee Library show12/16/2009
Run in with the law12/15/2009
Chicopee Boys & Girls Club needs help12/15/2009
City continues talks with Diocese on reuse of closed churches12/8/2009
304th Company prepares for yearlong deployment12/8/2009
Bright Nights trip a hit with seniors12/1/2009
Polish Center renovations under way11/25/2009
Veterans gather11/18/2009
Diesel grant promotes cleaner truck emissions for Chicopee11/18/2009
Residents reminded to register for Dec. 8 special election11/11/2009
Women's Clubs plans fashion show11/11/2009
USO food pantry needs contributions11/11/2009
Life of Elms College faculty member will be celebrated by program11/11/2009
Parishes ask for more time to reconsider closings11/11/2009
Following defeat, Brooks hangs up political career for the present11/11/2009
Welch to return to Chicopee Library for talk on using massage to heal11/11/2009
CSO work continues11/3/2009
Businesses see some improvements in economy11/3/2009
Cities move forward10/27/2009
Brooks criticizes mayor on fire station10/27/2009
Doowop show to gather talent from around region10/27/2009
Club receives annual donation10/20/2009
Green tech company makes home here10/13/2009
Parking, safety concerns are being addressed 10/13/2009
Boy Scouts take it to the kitchen for fundraiser10/13/2009
New tax rates lower for homes and rise slightly for businesses10/6/2009
Cafeno's Cyber Sweepstakes Cafe brings new concept to area10/6/2009
Chicopee homeowners to see decreased bills 9/29/2009
Mayor, councilors settle contract controversy9/29/2009
Brooks questions director's contract9/22/2009
Family celebrates opening of Matroni's restaurant on Exchange Street 9/22/2009
State planning grant first step to improve stadium9/22/2009
Chicopee Boys & Girls Club prepares for auction9/22/2009
Gold Club building sold for $1.3M to school9/15/2009
Seniors reject Nativity Church as site of a new senior center9/15/2009
Fifth Annual Charity Auction Set for Oct. 29/10/2009
New vets group serves latest generation9/8/2009
Irish Cultural Center set to celebrate 10 years9/8/2009
Industrial zone promises more business for the city9/1/2009
Soup Kitchen receives $20K from city, but needs $80K more for new building8/25/2009
Brooks takes grassroots approach to mayoral campaign8/25/2009
Bissonnette and Gov. Patrick work to prevent more manufacturing layoffs 8/18/2009
Suska receives certification8/18/2009
Family favorite 'E.T.' to be presented at free 'drive-in' at Szot Park8/12/2009
Governor sees improvements8/12/2009
Debate on health insurance happens in and out of library 8/4/2009
Plans move forward for former Chicopee High8/4/2009
Downtown businesses open despite road construction7/28/2009
Rally to support single payer health care plan7/28/2009
Going to the dogs is good for this business7/21/2009
Memorial Drive repaving project should start sometime this fiscal year7/21/2009
Farmers Market opens despite slower growing season 7/21/2009
Concert to help with soup kitchen building7/14/2009
Hire marks new era in community development7/14/2009
Brooks charges Bissonnette's budget figures as 'scare tactics' 7/14/2009
Golf tournament honors fallen athlete while benefitting others7/7/2009
Bissonnette's FY10 budget has no layoffs, no additional fees7/7/2009
Chicopee says goodbye to one of its own6/30/2009
Students bring debate on teacher to Internet6/30/2009
Recycling pays off for city6/30/2009
Single stream recycling saves money6/23/2009
Committee prepares for fourth annual Fest of All6/23/2009
Library to display veterans documents6/16/2009
St. Rose de Lima Parish to celebrate 100 years6/9/2009
Elms College adds Asian studies minor to offerings6/2/2009
Bissonnette appeals to state, feds for federal stimulus money 6/2/2009
City launches schedule of road improvements5/26/2009
Former Barry School principal honored by city and colleagues5/26/2009
Downtown bike path finally starts construction5/26/2009
City hopes renovations will cause sewer problems to go down the drain5/13/2009
Boys & Girls Club receives $190K grant5/5/2009
Brooks' bid for mayor kicks off at Castle of Knights5/5/2009
Green Irene consultant hosts Earth Day event4/28/2009
Mayoral candidate wants to 'get at issues'4/28/2009
Chicopee promotes preservation with Greenfest4/28/2009
Lamontagne seeks public input on school uniform issue4/21/2009
New home on Maple Street is welcomed by neighbors 4/21/2009
Plans move forward for Hall of Fame4/14/2009
Mayor, State Rep spar over conservation land grant4/14/2009
Area Girl Scout troops are looking for leaders 4/7/2009
City has budgetary good news and bad news 4/7/2009
CEL signs deal with WARB3/24/2009
Court decision ends years of uncertainty on Uniroyal/Facemate3/24/2009
Free bulk pick-ups for Chicopee seniors begin3/18/2009
'Pako' joins the Chicopee Police Department3/18/2009
City sells land for new industrial park3/18/2009
Bissonnette voices concern over repavement program3/10/2009
Man Who Came to Dinner to be staged3/3/2009
Could St. Patrick s School replace Belcher?3/3/2009
Wagner to oversee stimulus funding3/3/2009
City Councilor Brooks to challenge Bissonnette2/24/2009
Wagner believes gas tax might increase but not by 19 cents2/24/2009
Westover Job Corps now restricting students2/17/2009
Decreased spending helps Chicopee through cuts2/17/2009
'Cheeseburger in Paradise' to benefit Cancer House of Hope2/11/2009
Job Corps director promises action 2/11/2009
Automotive business relocates to Chicopee2/11/2009
Group starts planning for high school athletic hall of fame2/3/2009
Bissonnette to launch re-election campaign Jan. 291/27/2009
Transportation chief weighs options on tax hike 1/20/2009
Night spot changes image for new location1/20/2009
Cities wait for Washington's decision 1/14/2009
College gets closer to selecting a new president1/14/2009
Seniors warned about scam1/14/2009
'Angels' sought to help exhibition1/14/2009
City agrees to sell 57 acres for $1.45 million1/6/2009
Potential pawn shop licenses tabled at committee meeting1/6/2009
Demoliton at Uniroyal/Facemate may start in summer 12/22/2008
Seniors help local soup kitchen and senior center12/22/2008
First wall in place12/16/2008
Arbors craft fair and bake sale to benefit Soup Kitchen12/9/2008
New distribution center on schedule12/9/2008
Mayor announces Bright Nights Trip for Seniors on Dec. 1812/3/2008
Christmas season celebration promises evening of fun12/3/2008
Health insurance deadline looms11/25/2008
Chicopee Comp to honor Kudzal again11/25/2008
Football tradition helps Lorraine's11/12/2008
Proposed park could bring jobs and taxes to city11/11/2008
Lorraine's Soup Kitchen launches campaign11/4/2008
State grant to support precision machining firms11/4/2008
Nader calls for a 'second American revolution'10/28/2008
Teacher's suggestion leads to state-wide parks program10/28/2008
Run honors lost firefighter's courage10/21/2008
Ground broken for soup kitchen's future home10/21/2008
Book: Chicopee is ghost hunting center10/14/2008
Goodwill opens new SuperStore on Memorial Drive10/14/2008
Wrestling legend to appear in Chicopee10/6/2008
Meadow Street residents discuss issues10/6/2008
Bissonnette to address Meadow Street sewer issues 9/30/2008
Wagner calls for meeting9/23/2008
Aldermen reject two of mayor's proposals9/23/2008
Recycling helps buy time for Chicopee landfill 9/17/2008
Church plans inspirational program 9/15/2008
Labor breakfast rallies faithful for upcoming election9/8/2008
Apartment complex seeks funding for expansion9/2/2008
City welcomes new Wing Commander8/26/2008
Project Linus helps kids at Shriners Hospital8/26/2008
Future of Facemate property still up in the air8/26/2008
Firefighters train for the unexpected8/19/2008
C-SPAN bus rolls in to Chicopee8/19/2008
Youth theater group prepares for 'Annie'8/13/2008
Wagner letterhead causes concern from state office 8/13/2008
Houle honored for service8/5/2008
Construction begins on new building8/5/2008
C-SPAN Campaign Bus 2008 coming to Chicopee Library 7/29/2008
Chicopee artist's work lands TV spot7/29/2008
City Hall reflects history of city7/15/2008
Donations sought for family benefit7/15/2008
Festa can't promise state funding for senior center 7/15/2008
Doowop concert to benefit Rays of Hope7/8/2008
Farmers Market opens for season7/8/2008
Norton retires from RSVP post7/8/2008
148 MIL. DOLLAR BUDGET 7/8/2008
City's new Web site to launch later this summer6/24/2008
Chicopee welcomes 30 new public safety officers6/17/2008
Neighbors oppose food pantry site 6/10/2008
Fest of All adds 'preview'concert June 276/10/2008
Caterer loves her work and customers 5/27/2008
Chicopee Kiwanis helps kids with annual bike safety program5/20/2008
Mayor, Board at odds over senior center5/20/2008
Bike trails would be good for Chicopee 5/20/2008
For students, school closing is the breakup of a family5/13/2008
Chicopee, Holyoke receive more federal dollars to change CSOs5/6/2008
Program shows strengths of rail trails5/6/2008
Fest of All plans longer run and more attractions this year 5/6/2008
City tries to line up projects4/29/2008
VOC begins service at new Chicopee facility4/29/2008
Students prepare for musical4/29/2008
Chamber to present beer, wine tasting4/22/2008
Chicopee landmark celebrates 60 years 4/22/2008
Uniroyal sales agent cries foul4/15/2008
Comp time capsule reveals glimpse of past 4/15/2008
Info fair to help vets, active duty military 4/8/2008
Chicopee center becomes home for ethnic foods 4/8/2008
Wagner explains stance on casino vote 4/1/2008
Bissonnette slams Speaker DiMasi for casino vote3/27/2008
Tickets, photos are featured at silent auction at City Hall3/27/2008
Donation of greenhouse helps Nuestras Raices3/27/2008
2008 Chicopee Colleen Pageant3/19/2008
Bellamy students get hands on learning3/19/2008
Sox fans come out to see trophies3/18/2008
Residents sound off on roadwork3/11/2008
Four Man Trio to perform at Rock 'n' Roll Revival3/4/2008
Knights come together in time of need3/4/2008
Chicopee teens vie for Colleen crown2/19/2008
Chicopee couple fulfill dream with new business 2/19/2008
Jazz program is finale for Elms College Black History Month program2/19/2008
A River runs through it2/19/2008
Local scout sheds light on Tourette's Syndrome2/13/2008
Mayor: Soup Kitchen search narrows2/13/2008
EITC could save you $1Ks2/6/2008
Chicopee Colleen hopefuls announced2/6/2008
Education subject for governor at school2/6/2008
Elms to host fundraiser to help Katrina relief1/30/2008
Mayor considers new uses for old library1/30/2008
Construction for high school on schedule1/23/2008
Holyoke Catholic prepares play at Elms College1/23/2008
Board of Aldermen to decide on raises 1/23/2008
Event to benefit Lorraine's Soup Kitchen1/16/2008
LaPointe's interest in movies brings him to stage of awards show1/16/2008
Company brings 50-plus jobs to Chicopee Center1/16/2008
From development projects to renovations, the city will be busy in 20081/16/2008
Committee gears up for 2008 Chicopee Colleen Contest1/2/2008
Bissonnette talks to City Council on raises12/26/2007
D'town business expands12/19/2007
CEL offers discount and tips12/12/2007
Listening tour stops at Willamansett12/12/2007
St. Patrick's School remembers Pearl Harbor 12/12/2007
Stuff a Stocking celebrates 10th year helping Chicopee11/28/2007
Goyette's actions may cost city $1 million11/20/2007
Vigil marks plight of homeless youth11/20/2007
Gold Club still of interest11/20/2007
Proponents win a narrow victory to explore casinos11/13/2007
Donate to Soup Kitchen today11/13/2007
FDR Museum still on target11/7/2007
Stuff the Stocking starts new year11/7/2007
Mayor to skaters: work with city11/7/2007
Chicopee couple find success in sweets 11/7/2007
Lamanotagne charges 'dirty politics'11/7/2007
Bridge work may cause traffic delays10/23/2007
Raschilla spearheads forum10/23/2007
School prepares to mourn Math Dept. head10/23/2007
Path a reality10/17/2007
Seniors hear from candidates10/17/2007
Path a reality10/17/2007
More feet on the street10/9/2007
Gala benefits will help reap Radosz's dream10/9/2007
Meeting to cover plans for reconstruction from Grove to Depot streets10/2/2007
Group will lend their voices to benefit the less fortunate10/2/2007
Big Truck Day rolls back in Oct. 139/19/2007
Inmates get new facility9/19/2007
New Chicopee Comp is educational showplace9/12/2007
Chicopee, Holyoke gets grant9/4/2007
Summer youth recognized by VOC9/4/2007
Developers granted rights to city properties8/21/2007
Bissonnette sponsors forum on casinos8/21/2007
Water rates rise 45 cents 8/14/2007
Effort starts to develop8/14/2007
City benefits from upgraded rating8/7/2007
Chicopee is the place to 'cruise'8/7/2007
Chicopee minister returns from Africa7/31/2007
Summer cooking can be quick and nutritious7/31/2007
Cotes invest in city with second location7/31/2007
Local volunteers help Katrina victims7/31/2007
Morin blasts Congress 7/26/2007
Neighbors voice concerns7/24/2007
WIC program helps many in need of good nutrition 7/24/2007
City parks see improvements7/19/2007
Skybus arrives in Chicopee7/19/2007
Laramee announces run7/11/2007
This year's Farmers Market a has a roof7/3/2007
Valley Opportunity Council celebrates successes of students6/27/2007
Chicopee minister travels to Africa6/27/2007
New facility will help clean up river6/27/2007
Dance event to benefit Alzheimer's Association6/26/2007
More details learned about6/20/2007
Chicopee Amvets builds community6/14/2007
Chicopee Elks honor youth6/14/2007
FDR museum plans to come to the city6/14/2007
Vets share life stories6/6/2007
CSO work begins in Fairview6/6/2007
Airline offers "Sky-Saving" fares6/6/2007
Bissonnette begins campaign5/30/2007
Meeting reveals status of projects5/16/2007
Chicopee Comp names honor roll students 5/16/2007
Student honored5/16/2007
Chicopee resident had long road to academic success5/16/2007
Mayor signs contract, sewer work could begin soon5/9/2007
Second Fest of All promises to be bigger5/9/2007
Top Flite comes to soup kitchen's rescue5/9/2007
Pioneer Valley USO helps military and families5/7/2007
Senior bowlers sought4/24/2007
Two projects move forward in Chicopee4/24/2007
Firefighter to host fund-raising picnic4/23/2007
Elms College program calls attention to crisis in Dafur 4/18/2007
Chicopee honors one of its own4/13/2007
Construction to start on health center4/13/2007
Families honored for their dedication4/4/2007
Organizers plan to make second "Fest-of-All" even larger than first4/4/2007
Local groups raise more than $700 at dinner4/4/2007
Teens make up Easter baskets for others4/4/2007
Wagner, selectmen to take action on PVTA issues4/4/2007
Cabotville project is back on track4/4/2007
Maloney memorial planned3/28/2007
Soup Kitchen finds warehouse 3/28/2007
Park and Rec plans annual Easter Egg Hunt3/28/2007
'Legends' show to benefit h.s. music programs3/21/2007
Chicopee Comp honors foreign language students 3/21/2007
Fiber optics system available to Chicopee businesses3/7/2007
Senator Kerry reps to meet with city officials3/7/2007
Mayor raises $25,000 for re-relection3/7/2007
Chicopee St. Patrick Parade Committee announces winners2/28/2007
Mayor: 'There's more to do'2/28/2007
Boys & Girls Club celebrates opening of new gym2/21/2007
They're looking for a new home2/7/2007
Young Marine C.O. honored2/7/2007
State loan to help fix eroded drains 2/1/2007
New business caters to new generation of pet owners 1/24/2007
Deady Bridge project continues 1/24/2007
Developers look to Memorial Drive1/17/2007
Sale of garage would benefit city 1/17/2007
City looks to hiring new police 1/17/2007
Small market holds its own1/10/2007
Sewer project moves forward 1/10/2007
Bottle and can drive to kick off local Cystic Fibrosis effort 1/10/2007
Rehabilitation program at club helps community1/10/2007
Library has numerous activites in January1/3/2007
Two local voices named to Governor-Elect's Cabinet1/3/2007
Reserve families get special Christmas gift this year1/3/2007
Long-time friends honor resident 1/3/2007
Library sees rise in popularity for audio books 12/21/2006
Hundreds of seniors enjoy annual nutrition party12/13/2006
Operation Sharing Hearts gives to soldiers 12/13/2006
Gold Club for sale12/6/2006
Streiber Students 'Gallop' to good behavior12/6/2006
Health Center plans expansion11/29/2006
Annual dinner planned 11/29/2006
Church helps residents11/29/2006
Experiment hits Center Street11/22/2006
City marks annual Smokeout 11/22/2006
'Stocking' starts new campaign11/15/2006
Vets honored11/15/2006
Kennedy visits Chicopee, Holyoke11/8/2006
Pipe band seeks recruits 11/1/2006
Neal predicts Democratic win11/1/2006
Ninth Hampden candidates square off11/1/2006
City gets grant for walk11/1/2006
New factory comes to city10/25/2006
Morin is busy as American Legion National Commander10/18/2006
No word on how to censor billboards10/18/2006
City delivers good news for taxpayers10/11/2006
Improvements to landfill should save city money10/11/2006
Council expands operations in city10/4/2006
Big rigs roll into town 9/27/2006
Child safety program coming to Chicopee 9/27/2006
Donation will save lives 9/27/2006
Service Day volunteers part of growing Elms College tradition9/20/2006
Cabotville project moving forward 9/13/2006
Wagner urges participation in election9/13/2006
Aldermen delay decision on outdoor wood boilers until next meeting9/6/2006
Meeting to address outdoor boilers9/6/2006
Station Seven gets new engine and pledge for repairs9/6/2006
Michelin to help clean Uniroyal 9/6/2006
Chicopee receives $51m for schools from state8/23/2006
Boys & Girls Club celebrates new building 8/23/2006
Club to have silent auction 8/16/2006
Soup kitchen honors volunteers8/16/2006
Local author to present new Western hero a vampire 8/9/2006
Chicopee children learn about addiction first-hand 8/2/2006
Bank offering is a success8/2/2006
City closes Zoar Avenue building7/26/2006
Library to present music program 7/26/2006
Chicopee Police Department adds new training program7/19/2006
Mayor plans next Fest7/19/2006
'61 reunion committee seeks help7/19/2006
Chicopee will correct CSO over 20 years7/13/2006
Mayor sees Rivoli theater project progress 7/3/2006
Holyoke Catholic comes to Chicopee6/28/2006
Long-time teacher will miss Chicopee 6/28/2006
Marines help out at Westover removing rail line6/28/2006
Bissonnette announces Health Director6/22/2006
City offers tax break 6/22/2006
Moose plan cruise nights at Family Center 6/22/2006
Ministry seeks funds for ambulance6/14/2006
Students return as winners from competition6/14/2006
AIC honors three Chicopee residents6/7/2006
Company gets a loan to grow on6/7/2006
Scrabble fans gather at library5/31/2006
Developers turn out to tour city properties 5/31/2006
Bissonnette, Rege decrease short-fall 5/24/2006
Chicopee to launch Fest for All 5/17/2006
REACH students seek real world challenges 5/17/2006
School seeks funds for 'rock' wall5/11/2006
Elms proposal would bring Holyoke Catholic High to city5/11/2006
Mayor seeks change with City Clerk position5/11/2006
Chicopee resident needs your help5/3/2006
Winners announced in library poetry contact5/3/2006
Craft show to feature local businesses 5/3/2006
Study: Green from trees could save green in wallets5/3/2006
Festival will teach about environment4/26/2006
Fund-raiser will help family4/19/2006
Chicopee businessman starts 'Internet jukebox' web site4/13/2006
Students investigate medical careers at annual event4/13/2006
Friends of Chicopee Library welcomes new members 4/13/2006
Elms/ UMass receive grant4/13/2006
Intern from Kennedy School of Goverment will help city 4/6/2006
Funding will help build Telecommunications Center4/4/2006
Website showcases Westover history3/23/2006
Committee crowns new Colleen 3/8/2006
Schools receive $16.6 million grant 3/8/2006
Mayor concerned about buildings3/2/2006
Girl, 13, to play in orchestra2/22/2006
Gold Club seeking approvals to open2/15/2006
Local band at Hu Ke Lau on March 32/15/2006
Clark tells students about dedication, focus2/8/2006
Job Corps opens welcome built by students2/1/2006
Center Street project moving forward2/1/2006
Lapointe back in government as mayor's Chief of Staff1/26/2006
Westover opens new building1/26/2006
Two Chicopee natives are generals in Europe1/18/2006
Author will discuss story of peril at sea at Chicopee Library1/4/2006
Holyoke teen honored for response to attempted kidnapping12/28/2005
WestMass Elder Care hosts Holiday Dinner at KOC Castle12/14/2005
CCHS students work together12/8/2005
Incumbents ousted in School Committee race11/17/2005
Jimmy Stuff the Stocking Campaign begins annual drive11/17/2005
Mayoral victory is muted by corruption charges11/17/2005
City receives $315,00 Urban Self-Help Grant11/9/2005
Goyette arrest divides community 11/9/2005
Alderman await plan for Front Street property11/2/2005
Kos returns to Chicopee City Hall as new city solicitor10/26/2005
Westover celebrates renovations10/26/2005
Reservists embark 10/19/2005
Mayoral candidates face off10/19/2005
There are two sides to the Iraqi story10/13/2005
New program inspires students to 'Soar to Success' 10/13/2005
Breast cancer survivor to lead team in Rays of Hope walk10/6/2005
Chicopee students work to continue Katrina relief effort10/6/2005
Bissonnette unveils economic plan9/29/2005
Ballot is set for upcoming School Committee race9/29/2005
Youngster helps to raise funds for Katrina victims9/29/2005
Chicopee Marketplace celebrates grand-opening9/29/2005
Goyette accused of campaign violations9/21/2005
Project Childsafe to promote safe firearm ownership in Chicopee 9/14/2005
Alderman wait to decide on proposal for Front Street property9/14/2005
Mayor to pursue eminent domain for Front Street property9/7/2005
Job Corps winds down anniversary celebrations9/7/2005
Chicopee Academy has new home9/1/2005
Elms College performance series to begin in October9/1/2005
New superintendent prepares for start of school year9/1/2005
Mayor reviews roadway construction projects8/24/2005
Mayoral candidates plan for debate8/24/2005
Mullen: 'There's no place like Elms'8/17/2005
Ward 2 School Committee member runs for aldermanic seat8/17/2005
Housing Authority secures $700K in state funding8/11/2005
Chicopee celebrates National Night Out8/11/2005
Planet Fitness opens on Memorial Drive8/3/2005
Alderman announces campaign for second term8/3/2005
Preferred Lender7/27/2005
City awaits site recommendation for new Senior Center7/27/2005
Chamber to publish new directory7/27/2005
New business attracts customers with innovative candle7/27/2005
Recovering addicts encourage local children to stay away from drugs7/20/2005
Mayor races to sign contract as federal fines threaten city7/13/2005
Goyette kicks off re-election campaign for second term 7/13/2005
Chicopee mayor's race heats up7/13/2005
Veteran continues on quest to promote flag education7/5/2005
Wagner calls for closer look at Comp. construction costs7/5/2005
Rege named next Superintendent 7/5/2005
Aldermanic President considers a run for mayor6/29/2005
Wagner hosts second round table6/29/2005
Westover base may receive $96 million6/22/2005
Henry Benjamin named AIC's Faculty Member of the Year6/14/2005
Proposed budget shows 5.8 percent increase 6/14/2005
Post Office enforces no tolerance policy for loose dogs 6/14/2005
Will state reimburse school?6/1/2005
Students receive merit awards5/25/2005
Czelusniak announces candidacy 5/25/2005
Elms assists city5/25/2005
Westover safe for now5/19/2005
Hat in Ring5/19/2005
New Gardens5/19/2005
Westover Closing?5/12/2005