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Western Massachusetts senators discuss their legislative agendas 1/8/2016
Law enforcement takes action against ‘Hollywood’ heroin1/8/2016
Year in review: 2015’s memorable moments12/30/2015
Area sees change in 2015, prepares for more12/29/2015
Healey, Patriots team up with local schools12/18/2015
Holyoke, Westfield, Springfield sign community compact12/4/2015
Sullivan, Reichelt take mayoral elections11/5/2015
Test scores show improvements, areas for growth for Westfield, West Springfield and Agawam10/9/2015
Enfield still in play as location for additional Connecticut casino10/8/2015
Local schools score high on MCAS10/1/2015
Holyoke, Chicopee, Springfield receive state housing funds9/17/2015
Longmeadow shows skepticism regarding regional 911 system9/16/2015
West Springfield, Westfield, Holyoke partner for carbon sequestration9/4/2015
Medical marijuana: issues confront police9/3/2015
Medical marijuana: Is it actually medicine?8/27/2015
Marijuana: the hardest legal drug to get?8/20/2015
Four local communities receive MassDevelopment grants 8/6/2015
Holyoke Catholic, Cathedral could be combined by 20167/29/2015
Pioneer Valley businesses brace for impact from I-91 repairs7/17/2015
Area cities see marginal growth in state aid7/16/2015
Valley garden and pond tour slated for July6/19/2015
Mediums at Large to conduct readings at Abundant Wellness Center6/5/2015
Lesser secures manufacturing training funds5/28/2015
New state broadband funding won’t benefit local municipalities3/13/2015
Updates announced for 91 construction projects3/6/2015
Candidates spent more to win in 20142/27/2015
Westfield State, Springfield schools partner for ‘Reach to Teach’2/27/2015
Neal meets with Boston Olympic reps2/19/2015
Brad Shepard continues broadcasting online2/13/2015
2014 saw return of traditions and new beginnings 1/2/2015
Events in 2014 set up progress in 20151/2/2015
2014: Fresh starts, old problems resolved1/2/2015
2014 prepares area for significant changes1/2/2015
Communities plan uses for up-front MGM mitigation payments12/18/2014
National Grid promises stronger service to area12/11/2014
Female music group to celebrate first EP release at Iron Horse 11/25/2014
Humason wins full 2nd Hampden/Hampshire term11/7/2014
Lesser tops Boronski for 1st Hampden and Hampshire Senate seat11/7/2014
Seguin squeaks past Candaras in Probate race11/7/2014
Franco: ‘Entrenched politicians’ have directed us in the wrong direction10/30/2014
Seguin touts experience over politics in Probate race10/30/2014
Candaras details issues in Register of Probate campaign10/24/2014
Longmeadow, East Longmeadow high schools ranked among tops in the country10/23/2014
Lesser bows out of debate, Boronski addresses marital status10/23/2014
Districts post encouraging MCAS marks9/24/2014
Springfield, Holyoke to address spaces under interstate highways9/19/2014
Gulluni tops crowded field for Hampden County DA9/11/2014
New domestic violence law keeps names of arrestees secret9/3/2014
Mayors Cup raises money for Food Bank8/29/2014
Purchase of tracks could mean expanded rail service8/29/2014
New law cracks down on animal abuse8/28/2014
Sept. 9 primary looms large over candidates8/21/2014
Republicans show little interest in voting for Hampden County District Attorney8/20/2014
New school year brings advancements in technology for Pioneer Valley districts8/20/2014
Russell defends 2011 bankruptcy decision7/31/2014
Granby resident seeks funds to participate in Miss MA, raise awareness7/16/2014
Child abuse statute of limitations extended in Massachusetts7/16/2014
Happy Wasteland begins production of feature film in Pioneer Valley7/11/2014
Senate candidates move forward with campaigns following ballot ruling 7/2/2014
Farm stand provides income for couple6/27/2014
Evan Falchuk makes bid for governor as independent6/18/2014
Cocchi makes early bid for sheriff6/12/2014
Pioneer Valley Transit Authority approves route changes6/5/2014
Future of Westover, Barnes is tied to commercial use 5/30/2014
Allen asks candidates to cap outside donations4/24/2014
Residents dedicated to creation of ‘Harmony House’3/21/2014
Harsh weather holding up maple sugar production3/6/2014
Harrington pledges to make state more business friendly 2/27/2014
Winter storm cleanup carries hefty price tag2/27/2014
MGC approves Longmeadow, denies Hampden2/20/2014
DESE announces PARCC exam pilot schools2/13/2014
Law mandates new practices for state’s organic waste disposal2/6/2014
Candidates introduce themselves at forum1/31/2014
Hampden, Longmeadow state cases to MGC1/30/2014
Bay Path students honor King with day of service1/23/2014
First Time Father Project creates forum for proud papas1/16/2014
2013 in review: Area faces changes, challenges 1/2/2014
Struggles with poverty remain after recession12/26/2013
Goodwill, Salvation Army issue plea for clothing11/22/2013
Neffinger sent packing, familiar faces to be sworn in11/8/2013
Familiar faces to take office in January11/8/2013
Local companies, groups do their part with blood donations11/8/2013
Calculator to help people choose local, healthy foods11/1/2013
Candidates offer choices in state Senate race10/4/2013
Local districts continue strong MCAS performances10/3/2013
Vacancy jumpstarts race for Senate seat8/9/2013
MGC seeks assistance with resort casino applications7/3/2013
Communities cope with Chapter 90 cuts6/28/2013
Kane's Krusade, Dave's team up with Kibble Drive6/21/2013
Farmers' markets sprout up for summer6/13/2013
Free entertainment 'pops' up throughout the Valley6/13/2013
East Longmeadow, Springfield law enforcement honored6/6/2013
East Longmeadow, Longmeadow among best high schools in the United States, says Newsweek5/9/2013
Hampden, Wilbraham weigh impacts of Springfield, Palmer casinos5/2/2013
Food drive to 'Stamp Out Hunger'5/2/2013
Coalition for Occupational Safety releases annual report on job-related deaths5/2/2013
Cities near casinos start talking to developers 4/26/2013
Local farmers' markets ready for the new season4/25/2013
Charter, WGGB deal to keep ABC, FOX programming4/11/2013
Dozens of programs will be affected by cuts 3/1/2013
Towns contemplate medical marijuana dispensaries2/14/2013
Markey begins local campaign for Kerry's Senate seat2/7/2013
Graduation rates in the region show improvement2/1/2013
Last minute entry takes gamble on Western Mass.1/17/2013
New publication date to better serve readers1/2/2013
Looking back on the top 12 stories of 20121/2/2013
Holyoke out again of casinos, Eastern States dives in12/19/2012
Casino legislation provides role for city councils12/12/2012
Story unfolds at dizzying speed in Holyoke and Springfield 12/5/2012
Ashe, Puppolo set sights on future of districts11/12/2012
Inaugural author's fair to be 'enlightening experience'11/7/2012
Angelides calls for reform11/5/2012
Hampden, East Longmeadow work toward regionalization of IT11/5/2012
Franco promises to bring balance to Governor's Council10/29/2012
Charges are flying between senatorial campaigns10/3/2012
Job numbers decrease by 42 percent10/1/2012
Districts score well above MCAS state averages9/25/2012
Angelides looks past voter fraud toward Sept. 6 primary9/4/2012
Cathedral High deals with insurance woes8/27/2012
Congressional race nears conclusion8/15/2012
Schools invest in innovative technology to further education8/13/2012
Appalachian Mountain Club to host Family Fun Week Aug. 6 to 97/25/2012
Summer brings pressure to food pantries7/25/2012
Connecticut River bacteria monitoring begins fifth season7/11/2012
Survey outlines teachers' opinions on schools7/9/2012
Wilbraham gains additional tornado relief funding7/2/2012
Report reveals impact of military bases7/2/2012
Cities, towns prepare to celebrate July Fourth6/26/2012
Sharps disposal law goes into effect July 16/18/2012
Angelides, Villamaino square off for state representative once again6/12/2012
Ludlow native to compete in 48 Hour Film Project competition in New York5/29/2012
Benefit to help baby with retinoblastoma5/21/2012
Area koi ponds will be on display through tour5/16/2012
Trolley Museum hopes to replace lost history5/7/2012
Employment picture improves in Commonwealth5/7/2012
Challengers point to source of Neal's funds4/25/2012
Local man observes progress in Afghanistan first hand4/11/2012
Angels take flight in Springfield April 284/9/2012
Grant boosts manufacturing 3/30/2012
Progressive Democrat to take on Rep. Richard Neal3/5/2012
'Play' is serious business at Toy Fair2/20/2012
Proposed budget cuts senior meal programs2/15/2012
Ashe's legislation to aid disaster recovery2/13/2012
Officials laud No Child Left Behind waiver2/13/2012
Senators, governor fight for military bases2/8/2012
Insurance rates in flux for town employees 1/23/2012
Neal measures mood of his new district1/11/2012
Year in Review1/3/2012
Think local this holiday shopping season12/13/2011
Communities welcome the holidays12/7/2011
Group makes plans for hill town youth center11/29/2011
Food programs see great need11/28/2011
Electric companies’ critics sound off 11/15/2011
Valley recovers from ‘SnowMAGEDDON’11/7/2011
Local chefs get chance to shine at annual Food Fest West10/26/2011
Police Departments to sponsor drug take-back day with DEA10/18/2011
Cities pan for casino gold10/4/2011
MCAS scores measure up10/4/2011
West of the River Chamber to host candidates’ forums9/28/2011
West of the River communities plan 9/11 remembrances9/7/2011
Cities, towns never forget 9/119/6/2011
Communities to get more state aid8/31/2011
Forever in our Hearts to raise money for Shriner's hospital8/31/2011
Sen. Brown climbs mountain to promote tourism in state8/16/2011
Job figures on the rise in the Pioneer Valley8/3/2011
Local men take on Pan-Mass Challenge8/2/2011
Grants aid local programs7/12/2011
Bay State consumers enticed to use fireworks illegally 6/28/2011
Talk show hosts seek ways to attract listeners, revenue6/14/2011
Massachusetts job seekers saw more openings during April5/24/2011
SNAP to make it easier for all to shop farmers' markets5/17/2011
Council seeks former Girl Scouts for Alumnae Association5/10/2011
Municipalities welcome Chapter 90 funding boost4/19/2011
Towns see record jump in Chapter 90 aid4/18/2011
Recent agreement highlights animal control discrepancies3/29/2011
Despite quake, local band plays on in Japan3/21/2011
Ravages of winter seen in streets3/15/2011
School superintendents work to close budget gaps2/23/2011
Toymakers hope for better 20112/21/2011
Winter tests communities2/9/2011
School systems grapple with snow, school calendar2/7/2011
Mass Save helps with citizens' utility costs2/1/2011
Patrick gives and takes aid from cities1/26/2011
Massie is first to challenge Sen. Brown1/26/2011
Multi-storms push snow budgets closer to red ink1/24/2011
Area still cleaning up after Nor'easter1/18/2011
Municipalities could unite to form regional animal shelter 1/18/2011
Pseudo-gambling spreads through area 1/11/2011
New Year brings air of 'cautious optimism'1/4/2011
A look back at top town news1/4/2011
Police give holiday safety tips12/20/2010
W. Massachusetts to have a voice in cabinet12/8/2010
Economy still in flux as holidays approach11/29/2010
Couple vying for dream wedding despite troubled times 11/23/2010
East Longmeadow, Wilbraham celebrate Veterans' Day11/16/2010
Unwanted cell phones precious commodity for soldiers11/9/2010
2010 elections yield surprises11/9/2010
Local races deliver surprising results 11/9/2010
Bikers get insurance refunds11/3/2010
Diocese to cease its contributions to lay employees' pensions 11/2/2010
March of Dimes Chef's Auction set for Nov. 110/25/2010
Opponents square off in final DA debate10/25/2010
Text messaging ban raises awareness, not citations10/25/2010
DA candidates piling up endorsements10/19/2010
Cahill talks issues in Western Mass10/18/2010
Decreasing crime rates creating a safer Valley10/13/2010
Buoniconti, Mastroianni differ on qualities needed by new DA10/12/2010
It was an active week in DA's race10/5/2010
On campaign trail, Patrick depends on grass roots support10/5/2010
Successful program will battle hunger across counties10/4/2010
Sandlin, Boldyga, Bonavita lobby for district9/22/2010
Farmer's Almanac predicts dry winter9/15/2010
Increases in property tax continue in WMass9/7/2010
Area cities, towns get extra education funds8/31/2010
State Senate candidates to battle it out for Hampden District8/25/2010
Buoniconti, Coakley, Bennett work to curb witness, victim intimidation 8/25/2010
A pre-school peek 8/23/2010
Fleitman hopes for chance to challenge Neal 8/16/2010
Developer sees competition from other states8/9/2010
TALE OF TWO: Cities and Bridges8/4/2010
Motorcycle riders encouraged to 'Soldier On'7/19/2010
Bay State in top tier of business-friendly states7/19/2010
Texting ban broadsides drivers7/6/2010
Willie Nile kicks off Stearns Square Series6/29/2010
Marines remain steadfast to brotherhood6/22/2010
Region registers job growth6/21/2010
Towns seek regionalization of animal control services6/16/2010
Candidacy offers voters 'real choice' 6/1/2010
Report says motel stay should start to fade out5/26/2010
Berkshire Bank scholarship winner5/26/2010
Medical Reserve Corps honored for work during H1N1 pandemic5/18/2010
Budget cuts threaten regional library system5/13/2010
Coakley, Buoniconti lobby for victims' rights5/4/2010
Annual Letter Carriers' food drive taking place May 85/3/2010
Fines for feral feeding?4/27/2010
Western Massachusetts legislators lobby for casino4/20/2010
Democrats join crowded race for State Senate4/14/2010
Buoniconti, Mastroianni, Goodhines join crowded district attorney race 4/6/2010
Budget gaps to be filled statewide4/6/2010
State's economy 'fixable, not destroyed'3/23/2010
Ideas sought for '1,000 Great Places in Massachusetts'3/22/2010
Area nonprofit group helps fund adoption process3/17/2010
WMECO to begin massive upgrades3/17/2010
Would governor's proposals help small businesses?3/1/2010
Toy makers have 'iron' will for industry2/22/2010
Celebrating 100 years of helping boys learn, grow through scouting2/8/2010
Brown, Baker greet supporters in Western Massachusetts2/2/2010
Hungry Hill native honored to help open Special Olympics Training Center1/19/2010
Reminder looks back at Top 10 stories of 20091/5/2010
Local teens adopt 12 families and more this holiday season12/31/2009
The Reminder's top 10 stories of 200912/28/2009
Holiday outing to benefit Toys for Tots, Homeless Cat Project12/16/2009
Communities pay a price for Afghan war12/15/2009
Massachusetts women march for freedom in the Middle East12/14/2009
15th season for Bright Nights11/25/2009
JCC'S Dec. 5 poker tourney to benefit youth scholarships11/25/2009
Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society opens new spay/neuter clinic11/2/2009
Auditions for scholarship string program for young area musicians9/22/2009
Ashe releases 2009 stats on inmate education and vocational training 8/18/2009
New technology to keep drivers 'sharp' at the wheel7/21/2009
Audubon issues annual legislative report card6/30/2009
Organizations donate to food bank during tough economy6/29/2009
The Pioneer Valley comes together for "Extreme Home Makeover"6/29/2009
Neal: single payer healthcare still in the mix6/16/2009
Annual Kalinka Russian Festival set for June 136/10/2009
Patrick to seek funds to improve broadband6/2/2009
Annual golf tournament to raise funds for Bay Path athletic teams6/2/2009
Same-sex marriage does not impact Hampden County economy5/26/2009
Governor wants to hear citizens' views5/19/2009
Library presents marketing seminar for poets5/15/2009
MacDuffie student selected as local TV co-host5/15/2009
ESP needed to figure out budgets5/13/2009
WMECO to host public hearings on project to upgrade lines and substations5/4/2009
Help your mail carrier stamp out hunger on May 95/4/2009
Gowns needed for 'Belle of the Ball' event4/23/2009
Springfield Museums celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday2/18/2009
2008 has been quite a year for communities12/30/2008
Goodwill looks to achieve 500,000 pound goal12/22/2008
Economy in Western Mass. a good news/bad news situation12/22/2008
Ashe wins Second Hampden District seat11/10/2008