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


Brown Farm Committee exploring allowed usages for East Longmeadow property 1/14/2016
Citizen relief methods included in East Longmeadow's draft charter 1/14/2016
East Longmeadow police chief’s job up for grabs1/14/2016
East Longmeadow Library Director Susan Peterson to retire Jan. 8 1/7/2016
Neffinger to replace Moyer as East Longmeadow's interim town administrator12/29/2015
East Longmeadow native Kelsey Murphy accepted into NBC Universal’s Page Program12/22/2015
‘Deadliest Catch’ fisherman tells East Longmeadow middle schoolers to follow their dreams 12/22/2015
East Longmeadow High School students create holiday cards for veterans 12/17/2015
Mario’s Café Ambiance set to open soon in East Longmeadow12/17/2015
East Longmeadow Big Y celebrates $2.3 million renovation by giving back to schools 12/10/2015
Outgoing East Longmeadow administrator Greg Moyer says town is ‘hungry’ for change12/10/2015
Former resident may film movie in East Longmeadow12/3/2015
Speakers to share stories on effects of addiction12/3/2015
East Longmeadow Council on Aging now accepting applications for fuel assistance11/25/2015
East Longmeadow author publishes first children’s book ‘Little Blue’11/25/2015
No residents attend outreach meeting on East Longmeadow’s hazard mitigation plan 11/19/2015
East Longmeadow students score above state averages on PARCC exam11/19/2015
East Longmeadow's Many Hands Piano Recital set for Nov. 1811/12/2015
East Longmeadow Fire Department requests new $1 million ladder truck11/12/2015
East Longmeadow's FY16 tax rate set at $21.1211/5/2015
Icelandic educators tour East Longmeadow schools 11/5/2015
Petrosky hired as East Longmeadow's full-time health agent10/29/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen extend Moyer’s contract to April 12 10/29/2015
East Longmeadow residents approve new playground equipment 10/22/2015
Plan for new East Longmeadow government receives mixed reactions10/22/2015
DC Strength & Fitness helps raise funds for Rays of Hope with Oct. 24 workout10/15/2015
Out-of-town landscaper may face fine for connecting to East Longmeadow's drinking water 10/15/2015
East Longmeadow to receive final reimbursement money for October 2011 snowstorm10/8/2015
Spirit connection on Oct. 16 to benefit Norcross House 10/8/2015
East Longmeadow voters to decide funding of playground equipment Oct. 199/30/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen approve emergency management center at old fire house9/30/2015
East Longmeadow Selectmen grant Moyer expanded powers9/24/2015
East Longmeadow Library offers homebound delivery program to patrons unable to visit library 9/16/2015
American Saw celebrates its 100th anniversary 9/16/2015
East Longmeadow Police Department to host paper shredding and drug take-back events 9/10/2015
Bushnell chosen to fill vacant East Longmeadow Planning Board seat 9/10/2015
East Longmeadow could have town manager9/10/2015
East Longmeadow Fire Department to host 14th annual Sept. 11 candlelight vigil at station 9/3/2015
Bluebird Estates donates $650 in school supplies to Meadow Brook teachers 9/3/2015
East Longmeadow Planning Board interviews candidates for open seat9/3/2015
Birchland Park student finds calling with Holyoke Revolver Club’s Junior Rifle program8/27/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen order building inspector to review list of eight complaints8/27/2015
Seven-member at-large town council established in draft East Longmeadow charter 8/27/2015
Golf outing to raise funds for East Longmeadow accident victim’s family8/20/2015
The Apple Place offers 25 flavors of ice cream at new stand8/20/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen seek additional candidates for Planning Board8/20/2015
East Longmeadow ZBA tables discussion on possible zoning violation 8/13/2015
Online checkbook of East Longmeadow's fiscal records now available to public 8/13/2015
East Longmeadow town administrator may gain more authority8/13/2015
Local teens create Kickstarter for production of Hunger Games musical parody 8/6/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen express frustrations with town’s current government 8/6/2015
Elevated garden built at Bluebird Estates by East Longmeadow Eagle Scout candidate 7/30/2015
Smith reflects on first five years as superintendent of East Longmeadow schools 7/30/2015
East Longmeadow's COA food pantry stock reaches a dire low 7/30/2015
East Longmeadow ZBA rules against Hellyer’s decision to permit ground-mounted solar array7/23/2015
No jobs will be lost in sale of Hasbro's East Longmeadow facility7/23/2015
East Longmeadow Planning Board chair resigns over health insurance7/16/2015
East Longmeadow interim town administrator surprised by lack of managing authority7/16/2015
Sixteen-year-old East Longmeadow resident shares experiences of living with severe Tourette’s syndrome 7/9/2015
White Lion Brewing Company's Ray Berry talks beer with Rotary Club of East Longmeadow7/9/2015
Charter Commission identifies lack of communication as major issue 7/2/2015
Olejarz retires after serving East Longmeadow Public Schools for 17 years 7/2/2015
Three generations of local family help Chinese students with English skills 6/25/2015
East Longmeadow elementary schools unveil end-of-the-year presentations6/25/2015
East Longmeadow Charter Commission seeks to hire consultant 6/18/2015
East Longmeadow Recreation Department introduces new summer programs6/11/2015
Mountain View students start fundraiser to support JDRF6/5/2015
East Longmeadow citizens support changes to government6/4/2015
Moyer selected as interim town administrator in East Longmeadow6/3/2015
$1 million roadwork project set for summer in East Longmeadow5/28/2015
Interim East Longmeadow administrator candidates vetted5/27/2015
Birchland Park exceeds $8,250 fundraising goal5/21/2015
East Longmeadow meals tax OK’d, senior tax freeze nixed5/21/2015
Local businesses rally to save East Longmeadow Jaycees’ Fourth of July fireworks5/14/2015
ELCAT to gain new third channel starting this September 5/14/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen cancel health insurance for elected officials 5/14/2015
Piemonte named 2015 Elise Frank Scholarship recipient5/7/2015
East Longmeadow Charter Commission aims to establish ‘aggressive’ timeline 5/7/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen begin search for interim town administrator 5/7/2015
New gowns coming to ELHS graduating class of 2016 4/30/2015
Local option meals tax featured on East Longmeadow Town Meeting warrant 4/29/2015
East Longmeadow Planning Board approves special permit for Nu-Way Homes 4/29/2015
Fundraiser seeks to continue East Longmeadow's annual Fourth of July fireworks tradition4/23/2015
4-H programs may come to Brown Farm this summer 4/23/2015
Emerson College senior interns at Paramount Pictures in LA4/16/2015
Daniel Manley appointed police sergeant and father’s successor 4/16/2015
East Longmeadow voters approve Charter Commission 4/16/2015
East Longmeadow's $54.2 million FY16 budget increases $700,000 over FY154/9/2015
East Longmeadow residents to decide Charter Commission question April 14 4/9/2015
Eagle Scout candidate raises funds for wind shelter at East Longmeadow dog park 4/2/2015
East Longmeadow Fire Department gains expanded coverage in FY16 budget4/2/2015
Kenisons named ‘Hometown Heroes’ by Red Cross3/26/2015
East Longmeadow Selectmen approve SOI for high school project3/26/2015
East Longmeadow Fire Department considers service expansion3/19/2015
Suspicious package shuts down Heritage Park Plaza3/18/2015
Multiple counts dismissed in lawsuit against East Longmeadow3/18/2015
Read Across America at Meadow Brook School3/12/2015
Veterans celebrate East Longmeadow’s Purple Heart status 3/12/2015
Rotary Club guest speaker talks about the strongest man in the world 3/5/2015
Appropriations Committee sees red flags with tax rate 3/5/2015
St. Michael’s Players hit the stage for first-ever youth production this spring2/26/2015
East Longmeadow faces at least $188,000 deficit in snow budget 2/26/2015
Four East Longmeadow educators receive 2015 Excellence in Teaching Award2/19/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen appoint fifth health agent in eight months 2/19/2015
Birchland Park Middle School raises funds for drinking wells in South Sudan2/12/2015
East Longmeadow School Committee adds free full-day kindergarten to budget2/12/2015
Richard Bedard inducted into Western Massachusetts Baseball Hall of Fame 2/5/2015
ELEEF’s 20th annual dinner dance supports educational grants1/29/2015
East Longmeadow town administrator a finalist for Sturbridge position1/29/2015
Youth Safety Parent Night to raise substance abuse awareness 1/22/2015
East Longmeadow charter review petition committee reaches signature goal1/22/2015
East Longmeadow selectmen discuss full-time health agent position 1/15/2015
Bay Path’s $12.7 million Health Science Center opens 1/15/2015
Club Meadows celebrates 25 years of live entertainment1/8/2015
East Longmeadow School Committee considers free full-day kindergarten 1/8/2015
Mapleshade launches grant-funded elementary robotics program 1/2/2015
East Longmeadow recreation director elected head of Pioneer Valley Park and Recreation1/2/2015
School Committee supports ELL corrective action plan 12/23/2014
Selectmen approve Civic Economics for MGM baseline study12/23/2014
East Longmeadow Selectmen fill vacancy in Town Clerk’s Office 12/18/2014
East Longmeadow's Mellis installed as 2015 president of chiefs association12/11/2014
Planning Board OK’s site plan for lab expansion12/11/2014
‘My Main Squeeze’ juice bar opens at 48 Shaker Road 12/4/2014
East Longmeadow DPW evaluating roads in need of repair for future projects12/4/2014
East Longmeadow Public Library events aimed at giving to youth in need11/25/2014
Metal band ‘Thunderforge’ recording new EP11/25/2014
Fazio’s Ristorante celebrates 25 years11/20/2014
Houdini expert shares tales about 20th century magic and illusion legend 11/20/2014
East Longmeadow School Committee discusses priority projects for capital planning 11/20/2014
School bus driver involved in road rage on Shaker Road fired by district 11/13/2014
SMART goals to focus on improving East Longmeadow math scores11/13/2014
East Longmeadow resident currently writing third novel 11/7/2014
NEASC committee tours ELHS during accreditation process 11/7/2014
Non-fiction story by resident featured in newest Chicken Soup for the Soul book10/30/2014
Changes for terms of office denied by residents at Special Town Meeting10/30/2014
Tibetan monk to make annual visit Heartsong Yoga 10/23/2014
East Longmeadow selectmen designate town as Purple Heart Community 10/23/2014
Plans for towing company totaled10/16/2014
East Longmeadow football celebrates cancer survivors10/16/2014
Local students premiere final film in fantasy series10/16/2014
East Longmeadow MCAS scores illustrate improvements and challenges10/9/2014
East Longmeadow selectmen approve Charter/Comcast cable license swap10/9/2014
ELCAT continues to offer video production experiences for students10/2/2014
New fire suits purchased through federal grant10/2/2014
Daponde promoted to East Longmeadow fire lieutenant10/2/2014
Western Massachusetts native to begin production of film in East Longmeadow, Springfield9/25/2014
Petition drive to re-examine town government in East Longmeadow continues to gain support9/25/2014
East Longmeadow students in grades 3 through 8 to take PARCC exam this year9/18/2014
Thorpe out as East Longmeadow Board of Selectmen chair9/18/2014
East Longmeadow cable accounts discussed at meeting9/11/2014
Selectmen, building inspector debate use of Munis system9/11/2014
Quilt for a Cure Day to benefit breast cancer research 9/3/2014
Events and deadlines up and coming in September in East Longmeadow9/3/2014
Travis Best visits state Senate candidate Lesser's campaign headquarters8/27/2014
Upcoming events to raise funds for East Longmeadow schools 8/27/2014
East Longmeadow Board of Selectmen hires new town accountant 8/20/2014
Water Bottle Challenge race to take place at East Longmeadow High School Aug. 238/20/2014
Elm Street roadway project nearing completion 8/20/2014
‘Dreams for Denise’ to benefit East Longmeadow native battling cancer8/13/2014
East Longmeadow Superintendent, Leadership Team to discuss PARCC compromise8/13/2014
Board may have violated Open Meeting Law8/6/2014
Ninety Nine Restaurant cuts ribbon on completed renovation8/6/2014
Complaints against East Longmeadow Recreation Director withdrawn8/6/2014
East Longmeadow Board of Selectmen may have violated Open Meeting Law8/4/2014
East Longmeadow readies for annual National Night Out7/31/2014
Beecher graduates Firefighting Academy, department at full staff7/23/2014
Florence named Massachusetts Collectors Treasurers Association president7/23/2014
Gas leak won’t delay Elm Street completion7/23/2014
Pine Knoll Recreation grand opening set for Aug. 37/16/2014
Gorman accuses Planning Board of unsavory tactics7/9/2014
Quimby, Flanagan develop proposal to move IT Department7/9/2014
Fourth of July Parade Committee defends event cancellation 7/9/2014
Hellyer completes re-inspections, claims ‘assault’ on his character7/2/2014
Selectmen sign $1.2 million bond for Pine Knoll, pump station7/2/2014
School Committee tables discussion on pilot PARCC participation6/25/2014
Church’s GLBTQ inclusion sees limited backlash6/25/2014
Massive reclamation project to tie up Elm Street6/25/2014
Hellyer defends work amidst complaints 6/18/2014
Selectmen support fire chief’s national training application 6/18/2014
Selectmen presented with Bay Path PILOT agreement6/12/2014
East Longmeadow Community Gardens opens to the public6/5/2014
Planning Board approves additional parking for Bay Path6/5/2014
Pine Knoll pool project on schedule for June completion 5/29/2014
Budget passes with few voters at Town Meeting5/22/2014
Obernesser named Fourth of July Parade grand marshal5/22/2014
Committee spearheads petition drive for new government5/15/2014
ELEEF prepares for 15th annual golf outing5/8/2014
Town bond rating increased to AA+5/1/2014
Major reconstruction slated for Elm Street5/1/2014
Pyrek honors patients with marathon run 4/24/2014
Caliento’s contract not renewed, position out to bid4/24/2014
Quimby, Selectmen debate over new IT position, salary4/24/2014
Municipal office space article remains on warrant4/17/2014
Ballot error puts Planning Board on hold4/17/2014
Gorman defeats Punderson for selectman4/10/2014
ELPD, DEA to host prescription drug take-back event April 264/10/2014
Expansion approved for local beer and wine retailer4/10/2014
Schools prepared technologically for PARCC tests4/3/2014
Quimby leads new group to take over Fourth of July parade4/3/2014
Heated exchanges muddy selectman debate4/3/2014
Selectmen, School Committee explore SOI for high school3/27/2014
Gas station hearing continued, new restaurant OK’d3/27/2014
Planning Board delays decision on special permit3/20/2014
Punderson: Bankruptcy, lawsuit have nothing to do with bid for Selectman3/13/2014
Firefighters benefit from Fire Academy’s officer training program3/6/2014
School administrators propose laptops for all secondary students2/27/2014
Albano sets sights on re-election2/27/2014
Planning Board approves application for new massage centerNew Page2/20/2014
Student-athlete participates in first ever Clark Athletics Service Learning Trip2/13/2014
School budget requires larger funding increase2/13/2014
Punderson, Gorman vying for seat on Select Board2/6/2014
East Longmeadow resident sets sights on aiding those in Panama2/6/2014
Local named finalist for Jif’s Most Creative Sandwich Competition1/30/2014
Department heads make case for budget funding1/23/2014
Bid for Pine Knoll project comes in under budget1/16/2014
POM POM encourages women to ‘find your fun’1/10/2014
Albano lobbies for courthouse feasibility study1/10/2014
Painting with a Twist allows patrons to ‘BYOB’1/2/2014
East Longmeadow sixth graders compete in first-ever robotics competition12/26/2013
Moore unanimously appointed to Police Department 12/26/2013
Pete’s Sweets celebrates grand opening12/26/2013
Town makes deal with MGM12/19/2013
Property tax bills to increase significantly in fiscal year 201412/12/2013
Report strategizes town’s negotiations with MGM12/5/2013
Shusterman shares love of books with Birchland Park11/26/2013
Library’s Giving Tree to return, benefit homeless children11/26/2013
Link to Libraries receives sizeable grant to continue charitable work11/14/2013
Students honored for changing culture of school recycling11/14/2013
East Longmeadow honors veterans11/14/2013
Selectmen hire Albano’s firm to consult on impact study11/7/2013
Davey promises funding for rotary study11/7/2013
CDBG-funded housing projects to begin10/31/2013
Residents approve $30,000 casino impact study10/24/2013
Heartsong to offer Mindful Yoga for Veterans Nov. 1010/24/2013
Residents OK additional funds for Pine Knoll10/24/2013
Voters to weigh in on funding for Pine Knoll pool, casino referendum10/17/2013
Forensic science program makes its case at East Longmeadow High10/17/2013
Master plan to be revealed at public forum10/3/2013
New bylaw allows medical marijuana facility9/26/2013
DPW goes out to bid for Elm Street repaving project9/26/2013
Llewellyn officially terminated following guilty plea9/19/2013
Planning Board approves new Bay Path graduate building9/19/2013
Llewellyn escapes jail time for voter fraud plot9/12/2013
Local doctor rides for American Lung Association9/5/2013
ELEEF supporters lace up shoes for fundraiser8/29/2013
CPA funds requested to rebuild Pine Knoll pool8/29/2013
Llewellyn to plead guilty8/26/2013
Town officials discuss potential adverse effects of MGM casino 8/22/2013
Transportation initiative gets new set of wheels8/15/2013
Albano supports lawsuit against Patrick8/15/2013
Public hearing on space study set for Aug. 138/8/2013
Villamaino pleads guilty, receives jail time8/7/2013
Villamaino pleads guilty, to be sentenced Wednesday8/5/2013
Osgood posthumously honored for dedication to community 8/1/2013
Planning Board denies Bentley’s Bistro’s request for hour extension7/25/2013
Przybylowicz resigns from Planning Board7/18/2013
Special Town Meeting scheduled for Oct. 77/18/2013
ELCAT opens state of the art facility7/11/2013
Dalessio, Lecuyer sworn into East Longmeadow police force7/3/2013
Community gardens readied for spring 2014 6/27/2013
Public forum to tackle space study6/27/2013
Zoning violations continue at Maple Street property6/20/2013
Birchland's assistant principal takes post in South Hadley6/20/2013
Selectmen discuss large fee increases on Charter cable bills6/13/2013
Town awaits results of PVPC study on casino effects6/13/2013
Thorpe to recommend new health agent5/30/2013
FY14 $55.2 million budget approved at Town Meeting5/23/2013
Massage therapy now allowed commercial district5/23/2013
Davis named parade grand marshal5/23/2013
Annual ELEEF Golf Outing raises funds for public schools5/16/2013
Residents to consider locations for massage therapy businesses5/9/2013
Public hearing to weigh input on community garden at Brown Farm5/2/2013
Pine Knoll pool project hits snag4/25/2013
FY14 budget, casino mitigation still up in the air4/25/2013
Resident questions town's ambulance rates4/25/2013
Town stays with Veterans' Service District4/18/2013
Digital citizenship focus of weeklong events in schools4/11/2013
Thorpe defeats Punderson for selectman4/11/2013
Two contested races to be on the April 9 ballot4/4/2013
Town officials keep close eye on Korean Massage4/4/2013
Brown Farm approved for use as community garden3/28/2013
Planning Board denies special permit for Korean Massage3/28/2013
Thorpe 'raises an army' to conquer cancer3/21/2013
Officials set separate dates for town election, Senate primary3/21/2013
Council on Aging secures transportation funding3/14/2013
Caliento proposes new budget presentation3/14/2013
Legal notice withdrawn3/14/2013
Punderson, Thorpe set to face off again3/14/2013
Off-duty officer requirement imposed on problem establishment3/7/2013
East Longmeadow robotics team to compete in World Championship3/7/2013
Flanagan proposes new graduation requirement3/7/2013
Villamaino denied removal of tracking device, considered flight risk2/28/2013
Candidates for selectman, Board of Public Works speak at forum2/28/2013
Planning Board continues debate over Brown property, Pasquale's incidents2/21/2013
Permit hearing for Korean Massage continued2/21/2013
Smith requests $27.3 million FY14 school budget2/14/2013
Massage therapist seeks bylaw change after waiver of site plan review snafu2/7/2013
Town's attorney: Minahan's lawsuit has 'no legal basis'2/7/2013
Preliminary election needed in race for selectman's seat2/7/2013
Vasa Order of America celebrates Scandinavian heritage1/31/2013
Fire Department receives largest S.A.F.E. grant to date1/31/2013
Planning Board gives Pete's Sweets green light1/24/2013
Update: Minahan files $850,000 lawsuit against East Longmeadow1/24/2013
Minahan files $850,000 lawsuit against town of East Longmeadow1/17/2013
East Longmeadow seeks five call firefighters1/17/2013
Aggressive timeline set for pool upgrades at Pine Knoll1/17/2013
Fall trial likely for Villamaino, Llewellyn voter fraud case 1/17/2013
Villamaino, Llewellyn plead not guilty to new charges1/10/2013
Massage parlor's permit application questionable1/10/2013
Town receives RFQs for municipal space study1/10/2013
Llewellyn, Villamaino to have busy week in court1/10/2013
Thorpe thanks supporters, pledges to run in April1/10/2013
Thorpe turns in paperwork for election recount1/2/2013
Student arrested in connection to bomb threat at Birchland Park12/26/2012
Boronski, Punderson sworn into office12/26/2012
Villamaino promotes new career path as Justice of the Peace 12/26/2012
Birchland Park Middle School deemed safe after bomb scare12/19/2012
Mellis warns Pasquale's against future brawls, Brown Farm project stalled12/17/2012
Proficiency assessment policy requires review12/10/2012
Bolduc puts rumors of 'blowing up' Romito's to rest12/10/2012
Selectmen choose two new police officers12/4/2012
Boronski aims to bring communication, efficiency to board12/4/2012
Punderson, Thorpe win preliminary election, look to December11/26/2012
Florence predicts low voter turnout of preliminary election11/19/2012
Reminder Publications celebrates 50th anniversary11/12/2012
Longmeadow, East Longmeadow face off for Selectmen's Cup11/12/2012
Selectmen approve regulations for body art establishments11/12/2012
Residents form Friends of Brown Farm to preserve recreation area11/12/2012
Thorpe focuses on positive campaign track11/12/2012
Townshend: Transparency is key to lifting dark cloud over town11/5/2012
Selectmen drafting new policy in wake of voter fraud scandal11/5/2012
Candidates seek to reconcile Select Board's reputation11/5/2012
ELPS MCAS scores encouraging10/29/2012
Health inspector questions Planning Board's authority over La Fiorentina10/29/2012
Documents, other evidence found in Villamaino's home10/29/2012
Resident proposes use for Brown Farm10/22/2012
Selectmen maintain single property tax rate10/22/2012
DA: Sham wedding part of the voter fraud scheme10/22/2012
Documents, other evidence found in Villamaino's home10/22/2012
Mastroianni states case against Villamaino at arraignment10/17/2012
Villamaino arrested10/16/2012
Doe announces write-in campaign against Boronski10/15/2012
Massage businesses forced to submit special permit by Dec. 3110/15/2012
Planning Board approves assisted living facility10/15/2012
Voters approve upgrades to Pine Knoll Recreation Area10/9/2012
Punderson looks to restore faith in government10/9/2012
Bedeviled by tattoo issue, residents vote 'no'10/9/2012
Voters to weigh-in on revised body art establishment bylaw10/1/2012
Cup Cake Café green lit by Planning Board10/1/2012
Four submit nomination papers for Driscoll's seat10/1/2012
Caliento reports on state of town's finances9/25/2012
School district outlines crisis management in wake of deaths9/25/2012
Galvin to oversee November election in wake of voter fraud9/25/2012
ZBA finds in favor of town in Bernier addition snafu9/17/2012
Stylists from Visual Changes chosen to participate in Boston Fashion Week9/17/2012
Town offers free sharps disposal containers9/17/2012
Special election to fill seats on Select Board9/17/2012
School Department creates new data processing post9/11/2012
Selectmen consider special election to fill Villamaino's seat9/11/2012
Planning Board approves site plan for 'faith formation center'9/4/2012
Public hearing set for body art establishment bylaw9/4/2012
Select Board to discuss Villamaino's open seat at next meeting9/4/2012
Villamaino's campaign website taken down8/27/2012
Fire Department welcomes Daponde, promotes officers8/27/2012
Villamaino bolts from Board of Selectmen8/27/2012
East Longmeadow voter fraud affidavits nowhere to be found8/22/2012
Body art establishment bylaw moves to Town Meeting8/20/2012
Town explores regionalized Boards of Health8/20/2012
New evidence found in voter fraud case8/20/2012
Galvin's office seizes control of East Longmeadow election8/15/2012
Warrant articles approved for Oct. 1 Special Town Meeting8/13/2012
Public hearing to be set for body art business regulations 8/13/2012
Voter fraud investigated8/13/2012
Residents fight Building Inspector's decision8/6/2012
Police advise residents to remain vigilant8/6/2012
Paul Morrissette sworn in as new fire chief7/31/2012
Brady honored at retirement reception July 247/31/2012
National Night Out scheduled for Aug. 77/31/2012
Interest in Driscoll's seat heats up quickly7/31/2012
Driscoll announces resignation from Board of Selectmen7/24/2012
Caudill granted licenses for 'high end' beer, wine store on Harkness7/17/2012
Driscoll to remain on board despite new position7/17/2012
Questions regarding Fire Department remain7/17/2012
High school restructures summer reading program7/9/2012
Movement on massage parlor by-law stalled7/9/2012
Morrissette named acting fire chief, effective July 287/2/2012
Six-year-old boy honored for heroic act to save family7/2/2012
Majority votes in favor of Hellyer's $20,000 raise7/2/2012
Town switches from semi-annual to quarterly tax billing7/2/2012
Planning director outlines restrictions for tattoo parlors6/26/2012
Dakin, Fredette join East Longmeadow Public Schools6/18/2012
Four candidates interviewed for Zoning Review Committee6/12/2012
Golfing for a cure6/4/2012
Resident spearheads effort to erect signs honoring Chief Leahy6/4/2012
Selectmen, Planning Board working on draft tattoo parlor regulations6/4/2012
Board of Public Works intends to revisit stormwater issue6/4/2012
Alleged 'Bully Teacher' pleads not guilty, faces trial5/29/2012
Voters pass $53.2 million budget at Town Meeting5/29/2012
Rintoul named 2012 Parade Grand Marshal5/29/2012
Day care providers fighting for right to expand5/21/2012
Neighborhoods seek repeal of stormwater by-law5/21/2012
Senior transportation could become more affordable5/7/2012
Selectmen's search for new fire chief progressesNew Page5/7/2012
Affordable housing opportunity receives extension5/7/2012
School Committee flips light switch on high school field5/1/2012
New bylaw could halt illegal massage business5/1/2012
Board of Selectmen tweak candidate by-law amendment4/23/2012
Bark Park project making progress4/23/2012
School Committee opts against School Choice4/17/2012
History of first five churches revealed in new book4/17/2012
Federici, Mailloux trump Thorpe in elections 4/17/2012
Disputes arise over stormwater bylaw4/9/2012
Appropriations Committee charged with plugging budget gap 4/9/2012
Candidates debate for Select Board, School Committee4/2/2012
Planning Board split over childcare by-law4/2/2012
Fire Department secures grant for radios4/2/2012
Search for fire chief underway3/27/2012
Civil Service calls practices into question 3/27/2012
School district attempts to set parameters for field rental 3/19/2012
Mailloux, Thorpe top preliminary, focus on next race 3/19/2012
Hearing to discuss childcare by-law change3/19/2012
School Committee to vote on field lighting contract3/13/2012
EL native instrumental in 'Hireland' initiative3/13/2012
Mailloux aims to bring fresh perspective on education3/5/2012
DeGrave hopes to be voice of reason in school debates3/5/2012
Richardson to bring teaching experience to School Committee3/5/2012
Cabrera banks on his reputation at this polls this time around2/28/2012
Federici announces bid for re-election to Board of Selectmen2/28/2012
Police issue arrest warrant for Walgreens robber2/28/2012
Thorpe sets course for multiple races2/20/2012
Fund-raiser to help children deal with loss of loved one2/20/2012
School Department offers level service budget for FY132/20/2012
Thorpe submits nomination papers for Selectmen, School Committee 2/13/2012
World history remains key component of curriculum2/6/2012
Warren calls for more manufacturing jobs in Bay State2/6/2012
Planning Board discusses solar by-law at public hearing2/6/2012
East Longmeadow finally settles lighting dilemma 2/6/2012
Brennan works to re-establish regional para-transit system1/30/2012
Public hearing to weigh in opinion on solar by-law1/30/2012
Skaters could be on ‘thin ice’ with police1/30/2012
ELEEF raises the bar for signature fund-raiser1/23/2012
Board of Selectmen approves Pride takeover1/16/2012
Warrant closes for Feb. 1 Special Town Meeting1/16/2012
Pride corners market on stations in town1/9/2012
Voters to decide on petition for field lighting upgrades1/9/2012
Planning Board forbids Arbors Kids from dangerous practices1/9/2012
Cabrera files petition for Special Town Meeting1/3/2012
Town keeps cleanup costs low in wake of Oct. 29 Nor’easter12/27/2011
Board’s dispute with Graziano Gardens could end in 201212/27/2011
Green Committee misses deadline for solar array 12/19/2011
School Committee elects to take back three days in February12/14/2011
Planning Board discusses childcare safety concerns12/14/2011
National Grid president defends company at DPU hearing12/14/2011
Classic games continue to entertain us all12/14/2011
ELHS to host DPU hearing12/5/2011
East Longmeadow to join regional veterans district12/5/2011
School Committee yet to make decision regarding lost days11/28/2011
Green Committee presents new option for field lighting, solar array11/28/2011
‘Team effort’ brings town back from freak storm11/21/2011
Detective bureau thwarts meat thief11/21/2011
Appropriations Committee approves veterans’ affairs funding11/15/2011
High school student calls out School Committee11/15/2011
Committee could vote on field lighting at next meeting11/4/2011
Family battles for safe roadway on Saugus Avenue11/4/2011
ELCAT expansion on track10/25/2011
Fire Department welcomes new full-time personnel10/25/2011
Selectmen approve funding for veterans’ affairs officer10/25/2011
ELCAT expansion may be delayed10/18/2011
East Longmeadow lobbies with Agawam for grant funding 10/18/2011
East Longmeadow, Longmeadow battle for Selectmen’s Cup10/18/2011
Selectmen to request emergency fund transfer10/11/2011
Voters approve raises for Fire Department10/4/2011
School department, boosters find funds for field upgrades10/4/2011
COA, Police Department sponsor bi-annual recycling day9/27/2011
Selectmen set single tax rate for fiscal year 20129/27/2011
Planning Board recommends by-law change for stormwater basins9/19/2011
Raises for firefighters up for vote at special town meeting9/19/2011
ELFD to host open house9/19/2011
Sports shop defies Planning Board9/19/2011
Senior Center continues era of progress, re-development9/12/2011
Vote for photovoltaic solar array delayed until 2012 town meeting9/6/2011
East Longmeadow to have traditional, solemn ceremony to honor victims of 9/119/6/2011
Community rallies to raise funds for high school field9/6/2011
Planning Board refuses to give business ‘competitive edge’9/6/2011
ELEEF plans inaugural 5K road race fund-raiser8/30/2011
Hazardous waste collection to take place at fire station8/30/2011
Police charge man for faux bank robbery claim8/23/2011
ELCAT moves toward expansion in programming8/16/2011
Selectmen keep pressure on National Grid8/16/2011
DPW proposes new stormwater regulations 8/8/2011
Town granted reimbursement for January snowstorm expenses8/1/2011
East Longmeadow to celebrate fifth annual National Night Out8/1/2011
DPW makes ‘Band-Aid’ repairs to Elm Street corridor8/1/2011
East Longmeadow: A place where possibilities abound7/26/2011
Selectmen attempt to get solar array by-law on warrant7/26/2011
National Grid explains outages7/26/2011
New principal gets right to work at East Longmeadow High School7/18/2011
East Longmeadow celebrates birth of America7/11/2011
East Longmeadow High School celebrates 50th anniversary7/11/2011
Small percentage of voters pass one Prop 2 1/2 override7/5/2011
Proposition 2 1/2 overrides up for vote June 28 6/28/2011
Car show to benefit Massachusetts tornado victims6/21/2011
Selectmen pursue Block Grant in spite of disgruntled Planning Board6/21/2011
W. Lloyd Oakes named grand marshal for Fourth of July parade6/14/2011
Driscoll hopeful for progress toward photovoltaic array6/14/2011
Braves select East Longmeadow's Ahmed6/14/2011
Officer Cavanaugh recognized by MADD6/6/2011
'Dog Days of Summer' to support town dog park5/31/2011
Driscoll, Ingalls welcomed to police force5/31/2011
Artistic collaboration creates 'amazing' Van Gogh replica5/25/2011
'Misinformation' prompts selectmen to take no action on public safety job5/24/2011
Town must jump over Prop 2 1/2 hurdle to cover upgrades5/24/2011
East Longmeadow lists Memorial Day events5/23/2011
Claims of swan attacks prompt town officials to take action5/17/2011
East Longmeadow touts record 10-year growth5/9/2011
Voters to weigh benefits of $75,000 human resource allocation5/2/2011
Debate continues over zoning of Pleasant Street property5/2/2011
Search officially begins for new high school principal5/2/2011
Town officials weigh benefits, costs of solar power4/25/2011
Controversy surrounds fate of public safety4/25/2011
ELHS principal takes new post in Lenox4/18/2011
Planning Board takes extra steps to prevent sweepstakes cafes4/18/2011
Freccero, Thompson, Villamaino top vote-getters in election4/18/2011
Schools propose level funded budget for fiscal year 20124/11/2011
Cause of rifle explosion injuring officers remains unclear4/11/2011
East Longmeadow to reinstate detective bureau4/11/2011
Superintendent's evaluation rubric deemed 'useless garbage'4/4/2011
School Committee candidates state cases4/4/2011
Fire Department accepting applications for call firefighters3/28/2011
Town officials attempt to bridge $2.1 million gap3/28/2011
Police crack down on underage drinking3/28/2011
Robotics team to compete in third international competition3/21/2011
'Mama Thorpe' makes bid for third term on School Committee3/21/2011
Vintage arms collector, author to share knowledge at library event3/15/2011
Thompson eager to face competition this time around3/15/2011
Former high school principal to run for School Committee3/7/2011
High school athletic fees to increase this fall3/1/2011
Bednarzyk throws hat in for School Committee3/1/2011
Watermark University offers fun, learning for seniors2/21/2011
Rental of Memorial School will cost $17,000 per month2/21/2011
Teens earn national equestrian honors2/14/2011
Manning named police sergeant by Selectmen2/14/2011
Students relocated; repairs now the question2/14/2011
Resident's zoning complaint still not settled2/7/2011
First call was firefighter's home2/7/2011
Board rehires Gagnon to fill police vacancy1/31/2011
Battlefield find leads family to East Longmeadow1/31/2011
Town preparing for reductions to state aid1/31/2011
Internet cafe removes request1/31/2011
DPW to use grant to plan revisions to water system1/24/2011
Doggy 'Biggest Loser' contest to support Dakin Humane Society1/17/2011
Church founds pantry to help local families1/17/2011
Fire coverage unaffected by call firefighter resignations1/17/2011
Library offers e-reader seminar 1/10/2011
Pseudo-gambling stalled by Planning Board1/10/2011
Florence earns designation as certified municipal clerk1/4/2011
Hockey, mental illness combine in first book 12/23/2010
Gingerbread houses 201012/21/2010
Gingerbread houses showcase student talent12/20/2010
No scare with bears in East Longmeadow12/20/2010
Grant will fund one year trial of 'Coplogic' online reporting12/13/2010
Golfing brothers sink more sporting awards 12/7/2010
Church looks to fill local food bank shelves12/7/2010
Library to host local teen author's first book signing on Dec. 811/29/2010
Annual Thanksgiving bread sale benefits others11/29/2010
Third annual Bookfair aids school libraries11/23/2010
Rotary Club sets food drive for Open Pantry for Nov. 2011/15/2010
School Committee reviews employee social networking 11/15/2010
Highway signs rededicated at Nov. 11 ceremony11/15/2010
Middle School sees 'gold ' in new fundraiser11/9/2010
Town announces plans for Veterans' Day ceremonies11/1/2010
Cartoonist to sign books at Colorful Creations on Nov. 611/1/2010
Selectmen support dog park proposal10/25/2010
Selectmen approve police, fire dept. hires 10/25/2010
Ashe's Redstone Rehab visit highlights senior issues10/18/2010
Emergency kits - what to pack10/18/2010
Peppa's celebrates 10 years of tasty success 10/12/2010
Police Union endorses Buoniconti10/12/2010
Stretch Energy not put to vote 10/12/2010
Frigo wins Celebrity Cook-Off10/12/2010
Career helping seniors thrive garners director state award10/4/2010
Veteran hiker shares Appalachian Trail tale10/4/2010
East Longmeadow . a look at the early years 10/4/2010
Premier FC promotes MMA fights in valley 9/28/2010
Fire station to host open house Oct. 29/28/2010
Senior Center to sponsor free 'shred event' Oct. 99/20/2010
East Longmeadow Rail Trail officially opens9/13/2010
Long-awaited East Longmeadow bike trail opens Sept. 99/7/2010
Fire Department to remember fallen with Sept. 11 candlelight vigil9/7/2010
Recent water reports fill federal requirement9/7/2010
Selectmen give executive secretary additional duties and 23% raise8/30/2010
Yesterday's unwanted items could build better tomorrow for schools8/30/2010
Forni honored as Patriot Scholar8/30/2010
Volunteers give family a 'home makeover'8/23/2010
Special Town Meeting to include Stretch Energy Code vote8/23/2010
'Scoops for Melanoma' a successful fundraiser 8/16/2010
Police offer safety tips following home invasion8/16/2010
Senior Center hosts mini open house Aug. 258/16/2010
East Longmeadow celebrates 'National Night Out' on Aug. 38/9/2010
Board to evaluate Graziano's violations on Aug. 258/9/2010
Pine Knoll Photos8/2/2010
Pine Knoll offers great camp experience8/2/2010
Local rider takes love of motocross to professional level 8/2/2010
Tisei hears concerns from businesses7/27/2010
JB's scoops up summer's favorite treat for good cause 7/26/2010
Proulx guides basketball team to victory7/26/2010
Norcross House listed among state's '1,000 great places to see'7/19/2010
Aug. 3 set as fourth annual National Night Out 7/19/2010
Town rivalry has roots in distant past7/13/2010
A little help with school7/13/2010
School Committee hears end-of-year wrapup7/13/2010
East Longmeadow holds annual July 4th parade7/13/2010
Blu Homes brings green economy, jobs to town7/6/2010
Lacedonia chosen as grand marshall of 4th of July parade6/28/2010
Santaniello to head Mountain View School6/28/2010
Tournament marks grand opening of Senior Center's bocce courts6/21/2010
Eagle Scout candidate plans bike safety clinic 6/21/2010
Town's water quality report shows 2009 was average year6/21/2010
Freccero to retire from high school on June 306/14/2010
Remembering E. Longmeadow's first Western Mass. baseball champs6/14/2010
Happy birthday to all nonagenarians!6/7/2010
Taking a swing at economics6/7/2010
East Longmeadow honors fallen soldiers with Memorial Day ceremony6/7/2010
Baba Tranghese Scholarships awarded to two ELHS seniors6/1/2010
East Longmeadow's Sacharczyk set to compete in Miss Teen United States-World6/1/2010
Voters turn down green proposals, federal stormwater bylaw at meeting continuation6/1/2010
A "Fierce" grand opening5/24/2010
Voters approve budget, but Town Meeting to continue5/24/2010
Reminder Publications receives national recognition5/18/2010
Students work together to promote anti-bullying message5/17/2010
Local middle schooler raising funds for Teen Mission trip5/17/2010
Reservations requested by June 1 for high school's 50th birthday party5/17/2010
Thanks for the help5/10/2010
Salon opening to benefit the local Shriners Hospital5/10/2010
House of Flowers celebrates 40 years of service5/10/2010
Annual Town Meeting warrant previewed5/10/2010
Learning more about the history of East Longmeadow High School5/3/2010
Susan and Al Grimaldi honored as Citizens of the Year5/3/2010
Reminder that real estate and property tax bills are due4/27/2010
Bax and O'Brien celebrating 15 years of on-air tomfoolery4/26/2010
New Green Learning Center gets 'green light'4/26/2010
Unique manufacturing company set to create new jobs in town4/26/2010
Runner combines passions in Red Sox Run to Home Base4/19/2010
Driscoll earns third term as selectman4/19/2010
East Longmeadow lauded for transparency in government4/19/2010
EL Baseball Association to host Opening Day at Center Field4/19/2010
Smith selected as new superintendent of schools4/12/2010
Robotics team gearing up for return to world championship4/12/2010
Green Committee, Planning Board collaborate on Green Communities Act4/12/2010
Eagle Scout Project4/12/2010
These girls are true champs!4/12/2010
New High School Principal Named4/5/2010
Incumbent Driscoll addresses issues facing town4/5/2010
Mapleshade hosts electronics recycling day4/5/2010
Sixth annual UNICO wine tasting and fashion show3/29/2010
Forum introduces local candidates to voters3/29/2010
Marathon runner's cause hits close to home3/26/2010
ELEEF dance brings out education enthusiasts3/26/2010
Senior Center invites town candidates to speak March 253/23/2010
Town elections reminder3/23/2010
Local brothers receive first place medals in History Day competition3/22/2010
Capital Planning Committee working on prioritizing projects3/22/2010
Fifth grade art show March 31 at Birchland Park Middle School3/22/2010
Introducing the Colleen Court3/15/2010
Superintendent, principal search interviews to take place shortly3/15/2010
Could they be the next East Longmeadow Idols?3/9/2010
Budding chef Maria Boucher to compete in New York City3/8/2010
Annual UNICO fashion show, beer/wine tasting taking place March 263/8/2010
Triad to distribute emergency lanterns through Meals on Wheels program3/8/2010
Selectmen seek to ease special permit process3/1/2010
Snowfall does not always lead to winter wonderlands2/22/2010
Reserve your tickets for ELHS' 50th birthday party now2/22/2010
Friends of Rec invite all to Family Winter Fun Fest2/18/2010
Marvelous Mapleshade teacher2/15/2010
Town receives its first green grant2/15/2010
Planning Board defers to Building Inspector on church building use 2/8/2010
Wint enjoying work as Meadow Brook's gifted and talented teacher2/8/2010
Villamaino announces bid for state rep seat2/8/2010
Selectmen recognize Boy Scout's 100th2/2/2010
ELFD receives $4,100 S.A.F.E. grant for continued school fire safety education2/1/2010
Schools take proactive approach to bullying2/1/2010
Hasbro announces Giving Tree results1/27/2010
Five boards focus on budgets, regionalization1/25/2010
Middle schooler's breakfast creation could win her a $25,000 scholarship1/25/2010
School's superintendent search finishes gathering input1/25/2010
Green Committee one step closer to bringing solar energy into town1/25/2010
East Longmeadow schools raise funds for Haitian earthquake victims1/18/2010
ELHS Athletic Hall of Fame seeks nominees, plans first fundraiser1/18/2010
Assistant DA has his eyes set on top spot1/18/2010
Correction for JB's Ice Cream Cone Promotion1/12/2010
School Committee approves merger between town and school IT depts.1/11/2010
Selectmen explore cost-saving options for FY11 budget 1/11/2010
Planning Board reviews church hall use for recreational purposes1/11/2010
Lions Club selects 'Bob Z' as distinguished citizen1/6/2010
High school gets new wrestling mat1/4/2010
Chocolate Works relocates, plans to expand offerings1/4/2010
Sparticles gearing up for return trip to world championships12/28/2009
Ginger Bread Slide Show12/21/2009
Culinary arts class creates in gingerbread12/21/2009
Cruise Store collecting toiletries for the homeless12/21/2009
Weiner Foundation urgese skateboarders, bikers to wear helmets12/21/2009
Selectmen move forward with stretch energy code12/21/2009
First snow in East Longmeadow12/14/2009
Volunteers still needed for Medical Reserve Corps12/14/2009
Miss Commonwealth to host Dec. 20 cookie decorating fundraiser to support Children's Miracle Network 12/14/2009
Neighbors share holiday traditions infused with cultural history12/14/2009
Pete provides pies aplenty for Rescue Mission's Thanksgiving12/8/2009
Norcross sponsors Holiday Tour Of Homes12/7/2009
New benefits administrator chosen at selectmen's meeting12/7/2009
New benefits administrator chosen at selectmen's meeting12/7/2009
Birchland Park presents Winter Concert12/1/2009
Absentee ballots available12/1/2009
Special legislation for Heritage Park land swap approved11/30/2009
ELEEF game fundraiser is a great gift to give11/30/2009
New fire truck to be ready for use by January11/23/2009
East Longmeadow Senior Center to host first 'Showcase of Caring Expo'11/23/2009
Town to see upgrade work on power lines starting in 201111/23/2009
E.L. senior to compete for Miss Mass. Teen USA 11/16/2009
Triad works together to empower and educate seniors11/16/2009
'Meta-magician' Jonas Cain to perform in ELCAT fundraiser11/10/2009
Co-interim superintendents named to take over for Costa11/9/2009
Costa stepping down as superintendent11/2/2009
Small town meeting approves five articles11/2/2009
High school and Birchland Park establish school improvement plans11/2/2009
Town may be first in state to adopt stretch energy code11/2/2009
Friends of Recreation seek more volunteers10/26/2009
Principals present school improvement goals for 2009-1010/26/2009
Compassion in Tibetan Buddhism - a discussion with a Tibetan monk10/23/2009
From the suburbs to Southern Command10/19/2009
6th Annual Citrus Sale fundraiser10/19/2009
Memoir officially becomes a part of library10/19/2009
A Blast From the Past: Butcher examines what can be done in five minutes10/13/2009
Selectmen declare town to continue with flat tax rate10/13/2009
Goodrich retires after 29 years of service10/5/2009
Green Committee looks into grants, education opportunities10/5/2009
Festival is an event everyone can enjoy9/28/2009
Improvement made, but three schools still have an AYP status9/28/2009
Panera Bread presents a $2,200 donation9/21/2009
Golf benefit to take place in Ecker's memory9/21/2009
New multi-million center to open9/14/2009
Learn to find the value in your home9/14/2009
Local woman appointed national state liaison for club9/14/2009
ELCAT continues to grow as town's community link9/14/2009
Seamstress uses talents to raise funds in honor of friend9/8/2009
Planning Board continues hearing9/8/2009
Local author describes surviving high school in 'Miracle Wimp'8/31/2009
Scanlon releases audit findings8/24/2009
Advocates keep awareness in the forefront8/24/2009
ELCAT launches channel dedicated to town government8/24/2009
East Longmeadow Garden Club prepares to celebrate 40th anniversary8/18/2009
Community Band gears up for show to support high school music8/18/2009
Grooving gets fundraising moving for young tot8/18/2009
Quarry Hill community garden produces economic benefits8/11/2009
Selectmen discuss a slew of topics at meeting8/11/2009
Costa in crosshairs over grant8/11/2009
Golf tournament to support students entering college 8/3/2009
East Longmeadow native receives rare opportunity in Cooperstown8/3/2009
Planning Board dealing with home-based trade 'curveball'8/3/2009
National Night Out organizers promise event will get 'better and better'7/27/2009
Senior Center honors those who volunteered their time7/27/2009
Twin sisters thrive in athletics and academics7/27/2009
Go to the extreme7/20/2009
Boards appoints veteran Manley to committee7/20/2009
Ad hoc committee to pursue memorial park plans7/20/2009
ELHS grad Farioli completes successful softball season7/13/2009
Clubs seek young professionals7/13/2009
East Longmeadow Garden Club awards scholarships7/13/2009
Residents remember a true 'hometown hero'7/11/2009
Starship prepares for take-off7/7/2009
Fulbright Scholar will teach in Argentina7/7/2009
Caribbean Fest gets new name6/29/2009
School Committee vacancy6/29/2009
School improvement plans deemed 'exemplary'6/29/2009
Rotary Club gears up for 24th year of Summer Concert Series6/23/2009
Parade Announcements6/23/2009
Annual summer carnival and fireworks gets underway6/23/2009
Jaycees partner with school to replace worn flags6/22/2009
Richards excited and humbled to serve as grand marshal6/22/2009
A flash from the past: Before computers6/15/2009
Heartsong offers unique challenge 'Give Back Yoga Day'6/15/2009
Annual Career Day helps 'plant the seeds' for the future6/15/2009
New Director of Food Services named at ELPS6/8/2009
Scouts make donation to Shriner's6/8/2009
Young East Longmeadow singer to release debut CD6/8/2009
Costa tells grads to stick to basics6/1/2009
It'll be here before you know it6/1/2009
East Longmeadow lady serves as Miss Commonwealth6/1/2009
Voters agree to purchase 80 acres and donate less than one5/26/2009
Club competes at world championship5/26/2009
Troop celebrates Sacenti's West Point acceptance5/26/2009
Memorial Day Committee to host ceremonies on May 265/18/2009
Spoleto's making plans to create more casual dining space5/18/2009
Support built for Sgt. Ecker's new home5/11/2009
Schools to host Arbor Day events5/5/2009
Gelato 'buono' for the palette5/4/2009
Youth saves lives long after he is gone5/4/2009
Employees rally behind peer in time of need5/4/2009
A flash from the past: Thornton W. Burgess4/27/2009
Town receives e-Government Award4/23/2009
ELRA seeks support from residents as number of participants climbs4/20/2009
Federici, Perkins and McGowan win election races4/20/2009
Bluebird Estates creates family environment for its retired residents4/14/2009
School Department still involved in litigation4/14/2009
Morrissette stepping down from Planning Board seat4/14/2009
Morrissette stepping down from Planning Board seat4/14/2009
Paul Federici explains bid for selectman4/7/2009
Mapleshade triples goal in first Pennies for Patients fundraiser4/6/2009
Board reviews petitioned articles for Annual Town Meeting4/6/2009
First ever senior day comes to town4/6/2009
ELEEF fundraiser nets $17,000 for East Longmeadow Schools3/31/2009
Sen. Scott Brown speaks with Republican Town Committee3/30/2009
Homes For Our Troops to build new home for Sgt. Ecker3/30/2009
Fundraising begins for Scholarship Foundation3/25/2009
Cutler and Federici move on in selectman's race3/23/2009
Planning Board supports hiring part-time zoning enforcement officer3/16/2009
Three CPC articles considered for May s Annual Town Meeting3/9/2009
Mapleshade students contact Holocaust survivor3/9/2009
A flash from the past: A life well lived, a memoir of Bill Speight3/2/2009
Birchland students head to Washington, D.C. for young leaders conference3/2/2009
ELSBA to host first ever 'Keep it Local Show'2/23/2009
Gifted Resource Center opened at Birchland Park2/23/2009
Take extra care when smoking at home2/16/2009
ELPS: A budget for tough times2/16/2009
Preliminary elections to feature several races2/16/2009
Operator of home-based trade may not need special permit2/9/2009
Fire fighter to be reinstated after suspension2/2/2009
Fire fighter in earring controversy reinstated1/28/2009
School Department implements temporary budget freeze1/26/2009
Competition takes students 'from science to science fiction'1/26/2009
Butcher talks Kamakaze Corners1/19/2009
High school administration presents revised Program of Studies1/19/2009
Wolcott retires as head of Assessor's Office1/19/2009
Departments present preliminary budgets to Board of Selectmen1/19/2009
Find your ancestors on the web1/14/2009
Library has unlimited access to Grolier Online1/14/2009
Library has unlimited access to Grolier Online1/14/2009
Committee OK's continued merger of town's IT departments1/12/2009
Deadline for Friends' writing contest approaching1/5/2009
Kober continues to carry on his wife's literary legacy12/29/2008
Fire, police and health departments keeping E.L. safe12/22/2008
High school students continue to be financially savvy12/15/2008
Tree is decorated with donations12/15/2008
Salon Karma 'Cuts for a Cause' benefits the May Institute12/15/2008
Planning Board has 90 days to make decision on Prospect Park12/15/2008
Future of Pasquale's addressed at selectmen's meeting12/8/2008
Butcher takes a flash from the past this week12/8/2008
'Don't forget the lyrics' to support a good cause12/8/2008
Parent survey finds 'surprising' results12/1/2008
Hands on Learning at Bodyworks Unlimited12/1/2008
New robotics team aims to win world championship12/1/2008
Save the planet (and your wallet) at expo11/24/2008
Nice to finally meet you11/24/2008
Bike path project receives go ahead from MassHighway11/24/2008
Discussion of development of Baldwin Street property continues11/24/2008
Students learn the ins and outs of justice11/24/2008
Caribbean Festival raises $3,500 for every school11/18/2008
Schools share goals for 2008-09 year11/17/2008
Peace Corps mission transforms a piece of Bulgaria11/17/2008
Thanks to program fire department supplies others with batteries11/10/2008
Library receives Stavros award for accessibility11/10/2008
Rotary improvements to be completed this week11/10/2008
High School Key Club raises $4,000 for Red Cross Hurricane Relief11/3/2008
Retirees will never leave Mountain View10/27/2008
Memorial to freedom to grow at Town Hall10/27/2008
Join the Jaycees for the first Fall Fest at Heritage Park10/20/2008
Friends urge readers to share 'books good enough to eat'10/20/2008
Moms Club to Host Halloween Festival at EL Library10/15/2008
Prospect Park discussions continue with Planning Board10/15/2008
An afternoon with a Tibetan Monk10/15/2008
Experience a Taste of Greece this month10/14/2008
School district seeks parental participants10/14/2008
Powder Puff football returns to aid hurricane victims10/14/2008
Principals present AYP reports to School Committee10/14/2008
Charter Review Committee needs input from residents10/6/2008
Added Attractions offers something for everyone10/6/2008
Homegrown dancer returns to teach the next generation10/6/2008
Prospect Park discussions continue with Planning Board10/6/2008
First-ever Fall Fest whisks in and seeks crafters9/30/2008
ELCAT seeking a variety of volunteers9/29/2008
A flash from the past: mystery of the gravemarkers9/29/2008
Selectmen decide to maintain single tax rate9/29/2008
Homeowners fence poses more barriers than expected9/22/2008
Sew what?9/22/2008
Weldon is CDC's Employee of the Year9/22/2008
Green Committee's first meeting a success9/22/2008
Ashe defeats Walsh to take Democratic nomination9/22/2008
Only half of presented warrant articles voted on at special meeting9/15/2008
Selectmen say goodbye to the old, hello to the new9/15/2008
EL Democratic Town Committee hosts breakfast fundraiser9/15/2008
Alaska's Adjutant General visits Western Mass.9/15/2008
Residents raise voices against Baldwin Street business9/9/2008
Family won't give up until there is a cure for autism9/9/2008
One year after fire, Bluebird ready to soar again9/9/2008
Soccer team donates time and funds to Shriners Hospital9/2/2008
Hasbro factory workers take part in world record attempt9/2/2008
COA nurse retires for second time after 19 years of service9/2/2008
Convocation kicks off new school year with a bang9/2/2008
Third Family Caribbean Fest focusing on authenticity8/25/2008
Town prepares to move forward with rotary improvements8/25/2008
Voters to decide on town's purchase of 90 acres8/25/2008
Housing Partnership Committee reviews lottery home applications8/19/2008
Local groups celebrate iParty's donations8/19/2008
Resident helps Tibetan refugees8/19/2008
Third National Night Out a huge success8/11/2008
School Committee looking into installing school zone lights8/11/2008
Brielle's Brigade8/5/2008
Mapleshade looks to raise funds for new playground8/1/2008
Program heads into its 12th year inspiring 'Lil BIG Kids'7/28/2008
Butcher revisits town's Goldstein Farm7/28/2008
EL amps up for third annual National Night Out7/28/2008
EL amps up for third annual National Night Out7/28/2008
Reduced priced home is object of lottery drawing7/21/2008
Library gives youth a chance to cook with Katie7/21/2008
Schools to increase lunch prices for 2008-09 year7/21/2008
Wild animals a part of Wild Reads at the library7/14/2008
Selectman sells O'Driscoll's Pub7/14/2008
YMCA to take over Montessori school in town7/14/2008
Rosati makes Top Ten7/7/2008
Cafe Lebanon approved to host 'Arabian Nights'7/7/2008
Celebrate an Old-Time Fourth of July7/2/2008
Principal shares improvement goals6/30/2008
Council on Aging celebrates 50th anniversary serving seniors6/30/2008
Help make the Caribbean Fest a success6/30/2008
Grimaldi to be honored as parade grand marshal6/30/2008
Regional skating competition swan song for one6/23/2008
Rotary work expected to be finished by July 46/23/2008
Home-based trade special permit ready to go6/23/2008
Looking back to celebrate an Old-Time Fourth of July6/23/2008
Improvement Plans completed, discussed at School Committee6/16/2008
Best of both traditions combined to create unique sound6/16/2008
Mapleshade student wins national Letters About Literature award6/16/2008
Selectmen focus on keeping East Longmeadow green6/9/2008
Student follows the footsteps of Hollywood greats6/9/2008
Council on Aging health fair an 'excellent' event6/2/2008
Mapleshade's head teacher ready to retire6/2/2008
School Committee confirms bids for district's cafeteria needs5/27/2008
Scout project serves town5/27/2008
Home-based trade bylaw and budget approved at meeting5/27/2008
Meadows Lodge has day of giving5/19/2008
Students prove kindness knows no age5/19/2008
Pageant queen pleads for return of Miss East Longmeadow5/19/2008
Shapes is set to bring a bit of L.A. to E.L.5/12/2008
Local student making a difference with dogs5/12/2008
Selectmen deal with dog attack issue5/12/2008
Casa Cafe offers delicious and daring delights5/5/2008
Arbor Day celebrated at Mountain View5/5/2008
Distinguished Citizen balances work and play for success5/5/2008
Friends hope residents will turn out to tour Norcross5/5/2008
Goddard passes the torch after 34 years with BoA4/21/2008
Celebrating Earth Day at Meadowbrook4/21/2008
Fire Department issues call for volunteer firefighters4/21/2008
Houle to take the helm at Mapleshade4/21/2008
Voters turn out to support incumbent Villamaino4/14/2008
Board of Selectmen show their support for skate park4/7/2008
Richards wraps up her 10 years with the board4/7/2008
Executive session letter causes controversy 4/7/2008
Expressions of creativity4/1/2008
'We believe so much in finding a cure'3/31/2008
Norcross House grant expected 3/31/2008
East Longmeadow Board of Selectmen listens to concerns 3/31/2008
Correction Notice3/26/2008
Flock to Colorful Creations to support Wingmasters3/25/2008
Selectmen make progress with several committees at March 18 meeting3/25/2008
Dorothy Gale found innocent in murder trial at Mapleshade3/25/2008
Home-based trade bylaw hearing considered positive, constructive3/18/2008
East Longmeadow Cultural Council receives $4,000 in funding3/18/2008
Rising SPED costs pull at district's purse strings3/18/2008
United Bank makes sure customer service comes first3/10/2008
Kate Gray brings more style to Center Square3/10/2008
Norcross House safe ... for now3/10/2008
Costa hopes modular classrooms will open within 30 days3/4/2008
Blanket Bonanza a boon for newborn babes3/3/2008
In-law apartment discussion comes before Planning Board2/25/2008
Eagle Scout project collects books for city school2/25/2008
Locals get 'locked up' for a good cause2/19/2008
Poet visits Mountain View2/19/2008
Resident risks personal safety to help another2/19/2008
A 6,000-mile face to face connection2/11/2008
ELEEF event to be an evening of philanthropy and fun2/11/2008
Focus of new bank is building up community2/5/2008
Coughlin's Place hits the 20-year mark2/5/2008
Vietnam vets reunite after 38 years2/5/2008
Town account position to officially be filled by Caliento1/30/2008
Frigo's joins the neighborhood1/30/2008
Principal retires from school system that educated him1/22/2008
Teen author meets her fans1/22/2008
Richards to bid town government adieu1/22/2008
Internet safety a big issue amongst teens1/15/2008
Growth expected to continue in schools1/15/2008
Small business bylaw ready for approval at town meeting1/15/2008
Osgood will live on1/15/2008
Hasbro cuts 200 jobs at EL plant1/15/2008
Time frames and big trucks are big issues1/7/2008
JB's Ice Cream, Girls Scouts partner in Cookie Time celebration1/7/2008
Aspiring writers to host first reading this weekend1/7/2008
Ball is in MSBA's court after EL pleads its case1/7/2008
Stories from elders reveal big and loving hearts1/7/2008
Retired fire chief 'living for today'1/7/2008
Skate park plans gliding forward1/2/2008
Brady is new Fire Chief1/2/2008
Peace Corps volunteer needs community's help12/26/2007
Try belly dancing in the new year12/26/2007
Students play Santa to soldiers and children in Iraq12/26/2007
Wood boiler regulations adopted by Board of Health12/26/2007
What's Cooking looks to its expand business hours12/17/2007
Students learn fiscal responsibility12/12/2007
Florists create unique economic business model12/12/2007
New director plans ELCAT revamp12/12/2007
Bailey ready to return to force12/12/2007
Homework assignment turns teen into author12/3/2007
Spoleto's special permit approved12/3/2007
Punderson joins Planning Board12/3/2007
School district receives over $20,000 from festival12/3/2007
Local's passion leads him to Bulgaria12/3/2007
Florist shop is drop-off point for Open Pantry11/26/2007
Board hosts hearing on outdoor boilers11/26/2007
First phase of senior center renovation nears completion11/26/2007
Local pastor just as passionate 20 years later11/19/2007
Teen gives back to music program through recital11/19/2007
Son inspires cookbook that benefits special education11/13/2007
Outdoor wood boilers up for discussion Nov. 2011/13/2007
Call Captain Richard Brady is new Fire Chief11/13/2007
Meadowbrook Farm gets picturesque as a calendar feature11/6/2007
Jaycees sending out message of hope11/6/2007
Eagle Scout project brings town together10/29/2007
Geoffrion appointed as Hampden County justice10/29/2007
Schools outline improvement goals10/29/2007
Cheerleading exhibition heads to town10/23/2007
School bus warranties expire10/23/2007
Article 15 has issues10/23/2007
Planning Board seeks to fill vacancy10/15/2007
Public still asked to help with Bluebird Estates investigation10/15/2007
Taste to capture essence of Greece10/15/2007
Scout strings half mile of hope10/15/2007
Business brings new meal preparation concept to area10/9/2007
Committee discusses resolutions before official vote10/3/2007
New Monopoly edition is out of this world10/3/2007
Retirement community disintegrates in blaze10/2/2007
Quilt for a cure on Sept. 299/24/2007
No action taken at enforcement hearing9/17/2007
Norcross House to host Chrusciel's grand opening9/10/2007
Fastest growing disorder least funded9/10/2007
Power of selectmen members comes into question9/4/2007
Vandal strikes twice in one night9/4/2007
Grille is sold at owner's auction9/4/2007
Business owners seek additions at Planning Board meeting8/27/2007
Curves supports troops overseas with drive8/27/2007
School district is growing8/27/2007
Pleasant views for COA8/27/2007
Lions Club hosts another successful golf tournament8/20/2007
Scholarship commemorates passion of late rotarian8/20/2007
Donation spreads through five communities8/13/2007
Skate park fund-raiser is a hit8/13/2007
Caribbean Fest returns bigger and better8/13/2007
Spoleto vs. the Planning Board8/13/2007
'Night Out' encourages crime prevention8/6/2007
Cafe Lebanon serves up new flavors8/6/2007
Survivor stays the course for others7/30/2007
Craig DiFranco is the 2007 UNICO Piccolo awardee7/30/2007
First recipients of Ryan Rothweiler scholarship announced7/30/2007
Skateboarding demo to kick off fundraising effort7/30/2007
Big changes ahead for ELFD7/23/2007
Meeting covers various issues in town7/23/2007
Brielle's Brigade Silent Auction nets over $30,0007/16/2007
Despite claims sergeant says issue often is swans7/16/2007
Help stop global warming7/16/2007
Learn to be a shooter at annual clinic7/10/2007
Annual parade rt. and line-up for July 4 celebration7/3/2007
Cpt. Pugliano honored for 35 years7/3/2007
Council helps families find affordable quality child care6/26/2007
E.L. Library announces summer programs6/26/2007
O'Brien completes training course6/26/2007
Don't miss the parade lineuip6/26/2007
Historical Commission host fund-raiser at carnival6/26/2007
Carnival to kick-off Fourth of July celebration6/26/2007
New program helps children transition to school6/26/2007
Correspondent returns home6/26/2007
Colorful characters string keepsakes6/19/2007
Hildreth is 2007 Grand Marshal6/19/2007
Sister celebrates 50 years of dedication6/19/2007
Brielle's Brigade is at it again6/19/2007
Parents ask for two more teachers6/11/2007
Marine to E.L. to thank well-wishers6/11/2007
Local lands role6/11/2007
Esteemed appraisers come to Norcross6/4/2007
Energizer Hall of Fame6/4/2007
Bylaws deny teen her horse6/4/2007
Community honors wounded soldier5/29/2007
Skaters roll with selectmen's solution5/29/2007
Annual concert series in June5/21/2007
Scholarships awarded 5/21/2007
Ten minute response time5/21/2007
Illnesses come early5/21/2007
Committee cuts budget5/14/2007
Memorial Day service5/14/2007
Postal service eBay info session5/14/2007
Kenisons seek participants for new golf tournament5/7/2007
Customers go to Rocky's to show their good will5/7/2007
Scout spreads the word about proper handling of flags5/7/2007
EL house provides a look back in history5/7/2007
School Committee reorganizes at meeting4/30/2007
Annual fishing derby yields 246 catches4/30/2007
Art show to benefit Norcross House4/30/2007
Company is penalized for wetland violation4/23/2007
Graziano is chamber's Citizen of the Year4/23/2007
Davises are club's Citizens of the Year4/23/2007
Cooking workshop aimed to show tweens the joys of the kitchen4/16/2007
Driscoll keeps his seat on the Board of Selectmen4/16/2007
2007 Miss E.L. Pageant is a no-go4/16/2007
Jog-a-long keeps enriching activities accessible to students4/9/2007
Council on Aging gets new director4/9/2007
Budget sees highest increase4/9/2007
New executive director for senior center4/2/2007
Vintage items may turn out to be treasures4/2/2007
Weapons handed over, no questions asked4/2/2007
Town weighs in on PVTA death4/2/2007
Costa's contract extended by board3/27/2007
Vandalized school receives outpouring of donations3/27/2007
Town seniors get ready to knock on doors3/27/2007
America's schools are doing it all3/27/2007
Perkins Jr. earns Eagle Scout ranking3/26/2007
Food and generosity pile up at library3/19/2007
Romito's hosts purse party for a cure3/13/2007
Bonner goes from dugout to pulpit3/13/2007
Town, friends reach out to Ecker3/13/2007
Breakfast focuses on importance of libraries3/5/2007
Selectmen appoint Goodrow3/5/2007
New database requires more detail about personnel3/5/2007
March of Dimes kick-off event at Romito's3/5/2007
Contestants wanted for 2007 Miss EL Scholarship Pageant3/5/2007
Horses live out next stage or life on ranch2/26/2007
Forastiere named "Man of the Year"2/19/2007
Classmates wanted for 40th reunion2/19/2007
Costa hopes to upgrade computer systems2/12/2007
Selectmen hire dog officer2/12/2007
Intoxicated patrons trip alarm system at club2/12/2007
St. Mark's to host free U2charist service on Feb. 172/5/2007
Spoleto's is granted an all-alcohol license2/5/2007
Cargill to pedal across the country2/5/2007
MDA Lock-up is a success2/5/2007
Villamaino celebrates victory1/29/2007
Audit evaluates what district is not doing right1/29/2007
Reflections' lamps keep memories bright1/29/2007
Park left in pieces1/22/2007
Residents turnout to make their 'dreams' come true1/22/2007
E.L. businesses pitch in to help the Jimmy Fund1/15/2007
Win a $1 million Ace Hardware store1/15/2007
Villamaino discusses run for Selectman seat1/8/2007
Gorman speaks about Selectman seat1/2/2007
Center Village project continues12/26/2006
Designer gives hope through words and deeds12/26/2006
New business gives you 'Daughter for a Day'12/20/2006
Houses are fit for a gingerbread king12/20/2006
Students receive Ned Obernesser Soccer Scholarship12/11/2006
Local business gives back to the community12/11/2006
Candidates vie for open seat12/5/2006
The Cruise Store celebrates its 15th anniversary12/5/2006
Benefit helps a friend fight for her independence12/5/2006
Annual 'Tree Lighting' ceremony to take place Dec. 111/27/2006
Hasbro launches 'Giving Tree'11/27/2006
E.L. Library to put up Children's Giving Tree11/20/2006
Local ballerina lands leading role11/20/2006
Carey is inducted into Hall of Fame11/13/2006
Free seminar to warn parents about the Internet11/13/2006
Dentist writes brochure promoting children's health11/9/2006
Team raises $21,000 for autism research11/6/2006
Powder Puff game raises funds in honor of late teen11/6/2006
E.L. veteran helps dedicate five memorial monuments10/30/2006
Falk retires after 35 years10/30/2006
Women artists featured at Norcross exhibit10/25/2006
Resident wraps-up basket making for church10/23/2006
Auto shop to contribute to memorial fund10/23/2006
Voters to decide fate of 19 articles10/16/2006
Authentic Greek take-out available during 'Taste'10/16/2006
ELHS students encourage environmental stewardship10/16/2006
Maybury Material Handling celebrates 30 years10/10/2006
Challenge Walk10/10/2006
Annual Taste of Greece returns10/2/2006
Residents meet with utility to get answers10/2/2006
Villamaino wins Republican Primary in senate race9/27/2006
Fire Explorers program needs community support9/26/2006
Class of 1971 plans reunion9/26/2006
Selectmen announce hearing, trash schedule9/26/2006
Friends host coffee house event for Library9/19/2006
Fire Department hosts open house Oct. 79/19/2006
Filling the boot9/19/2006
Office teams up again for walk9/12/2006
Family walks to raise awareness, funds for research9/12/2006
Romito's transforms, offers new menu9/6/2006
Festival will benefit E. Longmeadow schools9/6/2006
ELFD hosts Sept. 11 candlelight vigil8/29/2006
Voter registration deadline approaches8/29/2006
Training offered for VNA and Hospice volunteers8/24/2006
Community members rally for Brielle8/24/2006
Alzheimer's support group available in E.L.8/14/2006
Free lunches help kindergartners acclimate8/14/2006
Variety show will cap off summer concert series8/14/2006
Storm Damage8/7/2006
Company challenges by-law8/7/2006
DEP fines Suddekor for emissions8/1/2006
Teens still have time to sign-up for workshops8/1/2006
Booster Club launches business partner program8/1/2006
It's squash season7/25/2006
Caribbean Festival will benefit schools7/25/2006
New Fire Explorer helmets7/18/2006
Chamber hosts annual tournament7/18/2006
ELPD announces National Night Out7/18/2006
Everyone loves a parade!7/12/2006
Superson's teaching methods earn awards, honors7/11/2006
E.L. native named assistant coach at University of South Alabama7/3/2006
Mark your calendars there's lots going on at the East Longmeadow Library this summer7/3/2006
Cutler joins race for district seat7/3/2006
Women's Community Club gives final gifts7/3/2006
E.L. youth makes dramatic debut6/27/2006
Scholarship Recipients6/27/2006
Commission hosts fund-raiser at Summer Carnival6/27/2006
Benefit variety show a labor of love for organizers6/27/2006
Ed Winch basketball clinic returns to ELHS6/27/2006
Concert series returns with special benefit performance6/20/2006
July 4 Parade Committee issues updates6/20/2006
Teen leads youth at summer camp6/20/2006
Musicians reunite for Carnival performance6/13/2006
Veterans sought for parade6/6/2006
Hop till you drop!6/6/2006
Sponsors keep tradition alive6/6/2006
Driscoll explores legal options for seat6/6/2006
Center highlights activities, improvements6/6/2006
In memory of Stephen Hawkins Jr.5/30/2006
Counselors lunch with commissioner 5/30/2006
Legion members will meet5/30/2006
Library sets summer hours5/30/2006
Youth participates in national event5/30/2006
Middle schoolers lend a hand5/30/2006
Voter registration deadline nears5/23/2006
Teacher receives national recognition5/23/2006
Seniors receive safety devices5/23/2006
Local chamber announces seminar, elections5/23/2006
Bikers pedal for Ride of Silence5/23/2006
Corrected information on Memorial Day ceremonies5/23/2006
Lees named distinguished citizen 20065/17/2006
Parade committee seeks helpers for July 45/17/2006
Former resident remembered5/17/2006
Safford named 2006 Grand Marshal5/17/2006
Voters approve retail size cap5/9/2006
Teachers receive ELEEF grants5/9/2006
Club event helps support projects5/9/2006
Chief recommends caution with candles5/9/2006
Students raise 'Pennies for Patients'5/9/2006
Second graders author book5/9/2006
Donation helps Mapleshade School5/2/2006
Developers offer road improvements5/2/2006
E.L. church plans annual tourney5/2/2006
E.L. First receives grant5/2/2006
Annual Jaycees Fishing Derby5/2/2006
Rocky's special benefits school4/25/2006
Veterans group hosts pancake breakfast4/25/2006
Town plans aerial mosquito spraying 4/25/2006
Town Meeting warrant is available online4/25/2006
Saulnier becomes first woman assessor4/25/2006
Donations sought for beautification4/25/2006
Perennial Holiday Tree4/20/2006
Smoke and CO detectors available4/19/2006
Lions Club hosts Holyoke's Chief Scott4/19/2006
Chief Wallace named Citizen of the Year4/19/2006
Youth fishing derby returns4/10/2006
Board addresses complaints4/10/2006
Group backs warrant article4/4/2006
Band works the local circuit4/4/2006
Teen receives IAABO scholarship3/28/2006
Town Clerk announces voter reg. deadline3/23/2006
Jaycees crown 2006 Miss E.L.3/7/2006
Life-saving tool3/1/2006
Falcons help cheerleaders3/1/2006
DPW responds to residents' worries2/21/2006
Jaycees 2/15/2006
Miss E.L. 2/15/2006
Hometown Heroes2/8/2006
Taking a break from rehearsal2/8/2006
E.L. native lands role on new CBS show2/8/2006
Jaycees help school purchase equipment2/8/2006
'Barefoot in the Park' stars two E.L. residents1/31/2006
ELFD teaches children about fire safety1/24/2006
50 ELHS seniors qualify for scholarship1/16/2006
Selectman will not run for another term1/16/2006
Firefighters' Association prepares for annual bash1/10/2006
'Love Monkey' comes to television1/10/2006
Committee will work on strategic plan1/3/2006
New playground will be inclusive12/28/2005
Blood drive honors memory of Craig Anthony Campbell12/28/2005
American Saw receives OSHA honor12/20/2005
Local residents and business people arrested ... for a good cause12/13/2005
E.L. DPW issues info. about lead in drinking water12/13/2005
Teen book discussion group kicks-off Dec. 812/6/2005
School Career Center helps students plan for future12/6/2005
Exploring career options11/29/2005
Superintendent introduces on-line parent survey11/29/2005
Organization aids enjoyment of holidays11/29/2005
Selectmen announce forum and FEMA assistance11/22/2005
Fire Chief: remember candle safety during the holidays11/22/2005
Norcross Center readies for festival of trees11/15/2005
Contestants sought for 2006 pageant11/15/2005
Fire chief: be wary of winter fire and CO dangers11/8/2005
Program spreads hope to kids11/8/2005
Efforts of many help make bleachers a reality11/1/2005
Residents show support for Cory by attending benefit10/25/2005
Store hosts house decorating contest10/25/2005
Selectmen declare State of Emergency10/25/2005
ELHS graduates sought for reunion10/17/2005
Bay Path students help organize relief effort10/17/2005
3/25 Marines return to U.S. soil10/12/2005
Annual bi-town Challenge Walk returns Oct. 1910/12/2005
Redstone Rail Trail project gets federal funding10/12/2005
High performing schools can still fail the AYP10/3/2005
Cory's Angels host spaghetti supper benefit10/3/2005
Library releases Annual Report, promotes 'Smartest Card'9/26/2005
97-year-old E.L. resident reflects on the past9/26/2005
Costa explains open house vs. parent conference9/26/2005
Resident starts her own business as 'The Glove Lady'9/19/2005
Fund-raiser will benefit 3/25 Marines9/19/2005
DPW releases water advisory9/13/2005
Hearing will help decide FY06 tax levy9/13/2005
Bench memorializes club members9/13/2005
Town Clerk responds to Freedom of Information request9/6/2005
Selectmen approve inspection increases, lift moratorium9/6/2005
Taste of Greece returns8/29/2005
ELFD receives grant for equipment8/29/2005
St. Paul's gets ready for second annual Golf Outing8/29/2005
Airman of the Month, Dean's List announcements8/29/2005
Garden beautifies and protects stream8/29/2005
Local residents get special tour of Fenway8/22/2005
Developers explain Lowe's plans8/22/2005
Jazzy scout honored by family, peers8/16/2005
Lowe's may come to East Longmeadow8/16/2005
Contemplating a swim8/16/2005
Lowe's may come to East Longmeadow8/15/2005
17th Annual Joe Pagos Junior Golf Clinic8/8/2005
LAX team learns from college mentors8/8/2005
Selectmen appoint SWAT, Rules members8/8/2005
Town seeks residents for boards, commissions8/1/2005
St. Luke's celebrates ground-breaking8/1/2005
Library adds community listings to online calendar8/1/2005
Selectmen order family to find new home for dog8/1/2005
Friends participate in Pan Mass Challenge8/1/2005
Third grader lends some Locks of Love7/25/2005
Annual golf tourney set for Aug. 157/25/2005
Committee thanks volunteers, supporters7/25/2005
Rail trail contruction may begin by next summer7/25/2005
Norcross restoration is complete7/18/2005
Town Meeting is set for August 157/18/2005
Panera helps out Senior Center7/11/2005
Town mails out info. flyer on waste program7/10/2005
1,000 citizens call for Special Town Meeting7/10/2005
Public safety departments suffer cuts7/4/2005
2005 E.L. Rotary Concert Series begins6/26/2005
BOS announces recycling bins, new S.W.A.T.6/26/2005
Historical Commission announces benefit event6/26/2005
16 East Longmeadow teachers receive pink slips6/26/2005
Residents trash Selectmen at meeting6/26/2005
Celebrating a principal6/19/2005
DPW unsure if swans are expecting6/19/2005
Jaycees announce carnival, fireworks dates6/19/2005
S.W.A.T. defends new trash plan6/19/2005
Texas Hold 'Em tourney will benefit Association6/13/2005
Family walks to keep son's memory alive6/12/2005
Residents seek dialogue re: trash program6/12/2005
LaFebvre says plans for property have not changed6/5/2005
Selectmen explain waste reduction program6/5/2005
Boucher named Grand Marshal6/5/2005
Celebrating 'Baba'5/31/2005
E.L. prepares for new trash program5/31/2005
Town plans Memorial Day observance5/23/2005
Ohlin named Distinguished Citizen5/23/2005
Library announces poetry contest winners5/17/2005
UNICO Club announces Man of the Year5/17/2005
Jozev Products breaks ground in E.L.5/9/2005
Residents vote on 'ambitious' warrant5/9/2005
Church breaks ground on project5/2/2005
Parade Committee announces band5/2/2005
First graders help victims5/2/2005
Simone's moves to East Longmeadow5/2/2005