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Holyoke

Holyoke police seize large amount of heroin1/14/2016
Demolition in Holyoke slowed by possible brownfield1/14/2016
Morse begins third term as Holyoke mayor1/8/2016
High tech, school takeover and historic buildings razed all of part of Holyoke’s 201512/30/2015
Holyoke Health Center, city receive state grants12/23/2015
Holyoke officer and canine partner honored by state association 12/18/2015
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse welcomes DA's investigation into Peck School 12/18/2015
Help sought to make holidays brighter for homeless students in Holyoke12/11/2015
Authors to share inspirational stories from ‘The Other Couch’12/4/2015
Holyoke Children's Museum to unveil new exhibit11/20/2015
Pathways for Success expands services to students11/20/2015
Morse edges O’Connell for another mayoral term11/5/2015
More housing is in the pipeline for downtown Holyoke10/30/2015
Holyoke begins planning for the third phase of Canal Walk10/30/2015
Holyoke welcomes new police officers10/22/2015
Morse, O’Connell provide answers, accusations10/22/2015
Morse and O’Connell differ on details of Holyoke land deal10/16/2015
Bikers return for annual Brightside toy drive10/16/2015
Revitalize CDC moves into Holyoke to assist homeowners10/9/2015
Zrike releases turnaround plan for Holyoke schools10/9/2015
Comcast makes donation to Homework House9/25/2015
Morse, O’Connell slated for Holyoke mayoral contest in November9/25/2015
Baker announces preschool initiative in Holyoke9/17/2015
Holyoke may put in bid for Alcohol Correctional Center9/10/2015
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse announces three new school initiatives9/10/2015
Holyoke is once again connected to passenger rail9/4/2015
The Bud in Holyoke is finally demolished after many years of abandonment9/4/2015
Holyoke Police Department swears in eight new officers8/21/2015
Holyoke School receiver Dr. Stephen Zrike updates School Committee on progress, challenges8/14/2015
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse restores budget for media teacher8/7/2015
Fair educates parents, children about asthma8/7/2015
Officials say Holyoke schools' turnover statistics don’t tell the whole story8/7/2015
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse honors ‘As Schools Match Wits’ champions7/31/2015
Holyoke priest selected by bishop as co-vicar for clergy 7/23/2015
Holyoke school stakeholders release report, recommendations7/23/2015
Celebrate Holyoke returns after a 10 year hiatus7/17/2015
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse begins summer tour of neighborhood meetings7/10/2015
Zrike starts his term as Holyoke school receiver7/10/2015
Political poster exhibit comes to Holyoke park, library on July 26/26/2015
Fran O’ Connell offers ‘new direction’ for Holyoke6/26/2015
Willimansett Bridge finally reopens to cheers from drivers6/19/2015
All American donates his certificates to Holyoke High School6/12/2015
Peck School to create 1,000 paper cranes for peace6/5/2015
McCleary Manor opens to serve men in addiction recovery6/5/2015
Work to begin on July 6 for Holyoke school receiver6/5/2015
Residents donate more than eight tons of food in recent drive5/29/2015
Holyoke Ordinance Committee approves plans for indoor flea market5/29/2015
Holyoke Fire Department unveils three new engines5/22/2015
Program helps homeless students with food supplies for the weekend 5/15/2015
Dean will remain a technical school for at least one more year5/15/2015
Fate of Mater Dolorosa Church is in hands of parish5/15/2015
Holyoke holds landlord responsible for apartment building5/7/2015
Chester addresses rumors, outlines plans for Holyoke schools5/7/2015
Hotel/retail development will add jobs and property taxes5/1/2015
Holyoke schools go under state control5/1/2015
New book looks at Holyoke’s ‘Legendary Locals’4/24/2015
Teen Leadership Academy changes lives 4/24/2015
Supporters of Polish historic district in Holyoke to fight on 4/10/2015
Family creates ‘little library’ for neighbors4/10/2015
Small businesses in Holyoke get a needed SPARK4/3/2015
Holyoke High students walk out of class to protest state control3/27/2015
Western Mass. Training Consortium celebrates 40th anniversary3/24/2015
Program provides grants to Holyoke homeowners3/20/2015
Meeting of Innovation Districts reveals accomplishments in Holyoke3/13/2015
Library has planned concerts, books signings and more for March3/6/2015
Students come up with ways to make Holyoke more ‘walkable’ 2/27/2015
Career Closet helps students prepare to enter workforce2/27/2015
Fishway to close for improvements2/20/2015
Morse sets agenda for the future in ‘State of the City’2/20/2015
Gateway City Arts launches weekly bazaar and salon on Thursdays2/5/2015
Polito and Morse discuss new relationship between city and state 2/5/2015
Westfield, HCC caps fees on many programs1/30/2015
D’Amours contribute $250,000 to restore Victory Theatre1/23/2015
Essex House: Going, going and now history1/16/2015
Holyoke named one of ‘Best Startup Cities in America’1/16/2015
Jourdain files ordinance to seal employment ‘loophole’1/16/2015
Lumbra announces his campaign for Holyoke City Council1/9/2015
Holyoke prepares to be a stop on the Vermonter line1/2/2015
Nursing home developers buy Mont Marie12/23/2014
Essex House collapse poses questions, concerns12/19/2014
Annual Holyoke memory calendar is in 17th edition12/19/2014
Holyoke releases application for 13 new liquor licenses12/5/2014
Fourteenth annual Brightside campaign offers new angel11/25/2014
Holyoke receives $12,000 grant for naloxone, training11/25/2014
Victory Theater qualifies for inclusion to National Register11/21/2014
Morse to meet with Baker about homeless in hotels11/21/2014
Holyoke's Polish Heritage Historic district moves forward 11/14/2014
Grant could help bring bike share program to Holyoke11/7/2014
Candidate focuses on land use, economic development10/30/2014
Lumbra: Changes in treasurer needed10/10/2014
Campaign begins to restore stained glass windows10/10/2014
Holyoke schools are catching up to state MCAS scores10/3/2014
Holiday Toy Run benefits Brightside10/2/2014
Reports suggests new uses for historic train station9/25/2014
Art sale to raise funds for Harmony House9/25/2014
New liquor licenses are designed to spur development9/19/2014
Hawks Over Holyoke provides close up views9/19/2014
McLeary Manor aims for holiday opening9/12/2014
Holyoke Revolver Club planning to celebrate its centennial8/29/2014
Holyoke resident seeks support for educational trip to Costa Rica 8/21/2014
Local artist’s skill lives on through exhibition8/21/2014
Warren praises Girls Inc. summer science program8/8/2014
Holyoke receives $230,000 grant8/8/2014
Fernandez family opens second business in South Hadley8/8/2014
End of an era as Sisters of St. Joseph sell Mount Marie8/8/2014
Peanut butter and jelly program helps hungry kids in summer7/25/2014
Firefighters propose municipal ambulance service7/25/2014
Margaret’s Pantry to increase its hours 7/18/2014
Police chief gets new contract, raise 7/11/2014
Council approves sale of former Lynch School7/11/2014
Support needed for ‘Eat, Drink & Be Holyoke’ event sought7/3/2014
SSJ seeks to continue mission despite aging population6/27/2014
College meets challenge grant goal of 1,000 donors6/27/2014
Lynch School sale to be decided later in summer6/20/2014
Hopewell, Leahy discuss issues at senate debate 6/20/2014
Morse supports retail at Lynch School site6/13/2014
Morse declares all police, fire personnel will be tested6/6/2014
Preservation Society aims to save Kellogg Hall 5/30/2014
Holyoke teen joins Circus Smirkus tour5/30/2014
Funding to ‘SPARK’ business development, entrepreneurship5/23/2014
Allyn: ‘Time is right’ to run for district attorney5/22/2014
Students reach culmination of ‘Park for Every Classroom’ initiative5/22/2014
Morse won’t stand in way of HG&E property sale5/16/2014
Granby library to benefit from unique fundraiser5/9/2014
Child safety advocates observe Children’s Memorial Flag Day5/2/2014
Aspiring entrepreneur launches Indiegogo campaign to start business5/1/2014
Development survey delayed due to limited resources4/25/2014
Vega’s legacy lives on with Fund for Social Justice4/18/2014
DA candidates tout experience4/17/2014
Committee seeks to involve community in three-day event4/11/2014
Morse calls on council to help solve issues4/4/2014
Department of Public Health to aid cost of patient care at Holyoke Geriatric Authority3/28/2014
Veteran aims to bring healing martial art to those with PTSD3/27/2014
Morse seeks collaboration to find answers to Geriatric Authority issues3/21/2014
Networking effort aims to strengthen region’s creative economy3/14/2014
Aikido program helps vets cope with traumatic stress3/14/2014
Holyoke World War I vet George Clark honored by city 3/7/2014
New contract gives city a public access station 3/7/2014
Senior Tax Credit Work-off program announced2/28/2014
Sister’s of St. Joseph to launch major fundraising campaign2/27/2014
Winter Carnival to bring thematic family fun2/7/2014
Mayors concerned about homeless in motels2/7/2014
Cinderelli’s comes under new ownership1/31/2014
Geriatric Authority to seek bids for building1/24/2014
Grant to ‘SPARK’ growth1/24/2014
Morse: Allocation of MGM funds to be announced1/24/2014
Revolver Club membership spans generations1/17/2014
2013 in review: Area faces changes, challenges 1/3/2014
Public health officials have high hopes for poster campaign1/3/2014
The White Rose takes radical approach in digital age12/27/2013
Holiday Holyoke pops up for last minute shopping12/20/2013
Sewer rates and fate of mansion to get extra scrutiny from council12/6/2013
Holyoke Revolver Club to ring in 100th anniversary11/26/2013
Time, options running out for Farr mansion11/26/2013
Eighth annual Magical Night of Giving set for Nov. 2411/15/2013
Council proceeds with demolition meeting without Holyoke YMCA11/15/2013
Granby to celebrate grand opening of state-of-the-art library11/15/2013
New transfer station saves money, reduces city’s carbon footprint11/8/2013
Farming program brings ‘land of opportunities’11/8/2013
Holyoke Public Library opens new renovated facility11/1/2013
Morse plans to continue main priorities if elected to second term10/25/2013
Humason, Bartley face off in Senate debate10/25/2013
Locals bring back hope with toy drive10/18/2013
Stanek campaign calls for city’s financial stability10/18/2013
Manufacturing growth continues in Holyoke10/18/2013
Chevalier launches write-in, sticker campaign for City Council10/11/2013
Restaurateurs cook up benefit for Providence Ministries10/10/2013
New foodWorks program serves unemployed, underemployed 10/10/2013
Much still needs to be done in cleaning Connecticut River9/27/2013
Governor meets with constituents in Holyoke9/27/2013
Holyoke Health Center opens new pediatric dental wing9/27/2013
Council on Aging, Loomis Communities expand services for seniors9/20/2013
Naughton continues debate over state gun legislation 9/13/2013
Mayoral candidates get last word before vote9/13/2013
Cake Lady serves up creative cupcakes at new bakery8/30/2013
Planning Board asked for a pre-application meeting for Walmart8/30/2013
Parishioners to help Harmony House fulfill mission8/29/2013
After decades-long wait, skaters get a park of their own8/23/2013
Walmart welcomed, criticized at meeting 8/19/2013
Polish Heritage District could save Mater Dolorosa Church8/9/2013
Boyle revives campaign for Holyoke mayor8/2/2013
Walmart to present its case at open house8/2/2013
SOARS puts out the call for Chili Cook Off contestants8/1/2013
Career Closet seeking donations8/1/2013
Sisters of Providence donate garden in honor of service7/26/2013
Hatiras takes over as president of Holyoke Medical Center7/26/2013
Victory4Veterans donates $23,500 to Soldiers’ Home7/26/2013
Krutas, Devine lobby to update building codes for modern mixed use7/19/2013
Holyoke Soldiers’ Home receives federal funding for safety system7/19/2013
Holyoke librarian sees his first book published7/3/2013
Care Center salutes accomplishments of 20 new grads7/3/2013
City revives façade program with Block Grant monies6/28/2013
Opposition group to Wal-mart forms in Holyoke6/28/2013
Theater earns major 'victory' with IMG partnership6/7/2013
Hands-on fun awaits at Holyoke Children's Museum6/7/2013
Library project on schedule 5/31/2013
Holyoke rail scheduled for 2014 departure 5/31/2013
Kate's Kitchen seeks volunteers year-round5/30/2013
Children's Chorus welcomes new members5/24/2013
Trustees of Reservations sponsor Yoga classes5/24/2013
Saturday event to raise funds for Holyoke Career Closet5/17/2013
Holyoke resident honored by Japanese government 5/17/2013
Morse trims budget for next fiscal year5/10/2013
Program finds homes for homeless families5/3/2013
Holyoke police aid in Early Literacy Initiative 4/26/2013
Merry-Go-Round celebrates 20 years4/25/2013
Fire Department receives two federal grants4/19/2013
Holyoke resident starts new health publication4/12/2013
Couple re-opens famed Highlands institution 4/12/2013
Murray visits Soldiers' Home, lobbies for program funding4/11/2013
Holyoke turns on the blue lights for autism4/5/2013
Nurses convene at regional conference3/15/2013
Morse announces run for second term as mayor3/15/2013
Skinner's 1888 diary unfolds on web3/8/2013
Police department adds first canine officer in a decade3/8/2013
Holyoke schools to benefit from grants3/8/2013
Residents support creation of Polish Heritage District3/1/2013
Holyoke/Chicopee receives additional Shannon grant funding2/22/2013
Plans provide city with 'road map' for development2/15/2013
New senior center to have its grand opening Feb. 232/11/2013
Mentoring programs help Holyoke youths2/1/2013
Holyoke postal worker nabbed for stealing prescription drugs1/25/2013
Morse to begin search for new city solicitor1/25/2013
Die is now cast against casino1/25/2013
Morse seeks $65K to increase personnel efficiency1/18/2013
Candidates line up for City Clerk position1/18/2013
Nonprofits asked to pay taxes through PILOT agreements1/11/2013
Holyoke remained homicide-free in 20121/11/2013
2012 was year of political change in Holyoke1/2/2013
Casino developers would have helped Boys & Girls Club1/2/2013
Girl Scouts of Western Mass move into new headquarters1/2/2013
Treasurer defends his actions concerning casino12/26/2012
City officials see new economic model for artists12/19/2012
New tax incentives should encourage market rate housing in downtown12/12/2012
Donations of clothes are needed now 11/28/2012
Morse angers many supporters with reversal on casinos11/28/2012
Women Business Owners Alliance helps Holyoker11/21/2012
Computer Center begins new chapter in city's history11/21/2012
Vega has a head start as a freshman legislator11/14/2012
Bernard archives newest addition to historical collection11/7/2012
Holyoke Mayor seeks public access TV studio10/31/2012
Warren rallies support for campaign in Holyoke10/17/2012
Community colleges seek casino training agreement 10/10/2012
Certifications needed for Springfield casino jobs10/9/2012
New restaurant to serve breakfast and lunch at Open Square10/3/2012
Holyoke companies helped by state tax credits10/3/2012
Program to assist parents in preparing children for kindergarten9/26/2012
Sidney Radner's life and avocation seen in exhibit 9/26/2012
Officials praise impact of small business in state9/26/2012
Holyoke expands community policing effort with mobile office9/26/2012
City underatakes challenge to raise literacy 9/19/2012
Urban renewal plan announced9/19/2012
Education advocate, author to bring message to HCC9/12/2012
Reconstruction of Holyoke Public Library reaches midpoint 9/12/2012
Morse calls for 'comprehensive plan' for Lyman Terrace9/12/2012
Officials break ceremonial ground on Veteran's Park9/5/2012
Consignment shop raises money for the poor in Western Massachusetts8/22/2012
Organization is looking for more members to help neighborhood8/22/2012
Federal grant will assist lender to help more businesses8/22/2012
Jourdain intends to continue fight8/22/2012
New tax program would help veterans 8/15/2012
Skateboard park gets closer to reality8/8/2012
Multi-force policing effort lands 31 arrests in two days8/8/2012
WestMass Eldercare provides important services for seniors8/1/2012
Fight continues over needle exchange7/25/2012
Needle exchange program opens in Holyoke 7/18/2012
New group urges closing of plant7/18/2012
Film series explores labor, industrialization issues 7/3/2012
Opinions wanted about new phase of Canalwalk7/3/2012
Holyoke Library announces car raffle as new fund-raiser6/26/2012
Holyoke Library announces car raffle as new fund-raiser6/26/2012
Holyoke's new interest rate allows for cheaper loans 6/26/2012
Neal brings civic lesson, peek inside politics to Peck School students6/20/2012
Holyoke's Universal Plastics has new owners6/20/2012
Homes for Our Troops builds for Bouchard6/13/2012
City receives EPA grant for firing range cleanup6/13/2012
Kane resigns from post as state representative6/13/2012
New program will encourage people to 'Buy Holyoke'6/6/2012
One up and one down5/30/2012
New unit dedicated at Mount Saint Vincent Care Center5/23/2012
National magazine praises Holyoke resident for his creativity5/23/2012
Farmers Market begins new season in downtown Holyoke5/16/2012
'Adopt-An-Island' promotes literally a greener city5/16/2012
Morse sees new position as 'investment'5/9/2012
Runners to take steps to end hunger May 205/1/2012
Marrero to lead city's economic development5/1/2012
Veterans turn out for second outreach event 4/25/2012
Advisory group to consider re-uses of Mount Tom plant 4/25/2012
Neal, Morse shown progress at computing center site4/17/2012
Work begins on Amtrak train stop for Holyoke4/17/2012
Runner takes pride in his city 4/11/2012
City notes World Autism Month with blue lights at City Hall4/4/2012
Committee submits proposal to increase literacy4/4/2012
New bins prove effective for recycling during events 3/20/2012
Career Closet helps people prepare for the workforce 3/13/2012
New charter school seeks students for fall opening 3/7/2012
USO gala to feature theme of 'Proud to be an American' 3/7/2012
Granby is seeking chili cooks to sign up for competition2/22/2012
Senate president shares priorities with Chamber 2/22/2012
Vega to challenge Kane for seat2/22/2012
City approves greater tax incentives for business2/15/2012
Suher buys Holyoke Country Club2/15/2012
Nuciforo to challenge Neal for First Congressional District2/13/2012
Mentoring program needs volunteers 2/8/2012
Historic Commission asks for bids on windows 2/1/2012
Job fair draws hundreds 1/24/2012
Library to re-open at City Hall on Jan. 231/17/2012
Morse begins his term as Holyoke’s mayor1/11/2012
Proposed charter school would serve region1/11/2012
‘Tax Squad’ delivers report on money-saving measures12/27/2011
AMVETS play Santa at Soldiers Home12/21/2011
Sullivan says state can pressure utilities 12/21/2011
Harmony House provides vital service12/7/2011
Dan Kane Singers perform at ‘Magical Night of Giving’11/29/2011
Link to Libraries brings kindergarten literacy program 11/22/2011
New Holyoke library project begins construction11/22/2011
New Holyoke library project begins construction11/22/2011
‘Twain’ returns to Holyoke11/15/2011
Sierra Club requests new permit to curb emissions11/15/2011
Paper City has ‘history-making’ election11/15/2011
Victory Theatre restoration to break ground June 1, 201211/9/2011
To prevent domestic violence, listen, believe and refer10/26/2011
To prevent domestic violence, listen, believe and refer10/26/2011
Citizens recognized for service by Police Department10/26/2011
Holyoke site for cabinet meeting10/12/2011
City starts library move10/12/2011
Pluta, Morse continue efforts for mayor’s seat10/4/2011
Providence Prenatal Center welcomes women of all ages9/28/2011
‘Phony’ offer won’t stop fight to keep church open9/28/2011
City Hall stained glass windows need repairs9/20/2011
New book details teaching odyssey9/20/2011
Jobs dominate candidates’ conversation9/14/2011
City could get a $17.5 million tax boost by casino9/13/2011
Construction of Holyoke Senior Center to start this month9/7/2011
Holyoke Youth Taskforce receives $125,000 grant9/7/2011
Morse opens campaign office for mayoral run 8/31/2011
Flooding still a threat8/30/2011
Students complete fitness, nutrition pilot program8/23/2011
Students honored with scholarship 8/16/2011
Vega proposes better enforcement of ordinances 8/9/2011
City employee policies to be enforced8/3/2011
New chapter begins at Dean Technical High School 8/3/2011
Unexpected state aid would help restore ‘rainy day’ fund 7/26/2011
Bud is taken off demolition list for now7/26/2011
Western Massachusetts Republicans honor Scott7/20/2011
New England Climate Summer team visits Holyoke 7/12/2011
Pluta sees potential resort casino as a major employer for city7/5/2011
Pluta makes pick for new police chief6/28/2011
D.A. launches investigation focused on fire chief6/22/2011
Community garden to help fill shelves at food pantry6/22/2011
Legion's annual Catfish Derby to honor founder Don Partyka6/22/2011
Campaign to raise money for library renovations6/14/2011
Students welcome celebrity reader6/9/2011
Firsthand tales of Wistariahurst, Skinner family to be revealed 6/1/2011
Children's chorus seeks new singers5/24/2011
The Care Center is a finalist for national recognition5/24/2011
Applications now available for summer job program 5/18/2011
Pluta lauds efforts of area foster parents, more are needed 5/17/2011
Blue Sox seek host families for players 5/17/2011
City continues effort to prevent teen pregnancies with 'You Have a Choice' campaign5/10/2011
Councilors to examine Pluta's city budget5/10/2011
Holyoke breaks ground on senior center5/3/2011
New efforts begun to restore Bud building 5/3/2011
Morse would institute community policing if elected 5/3/2011
Grossman brings his banking initiative to Holyoke4/26/2011
Boyle throws his hat into mayoral ring4/19/2011
Solar-generated power will cost HG&E less 4/19/2011
Barabani becomes new Soldiers' Home superintendent4/19/2011
Holyoke casino would benefit eight other towns4/12/2011
Polish Center to mark World War II atrocity with exhibit, events4/5/2011
'Concert for a Cause' to help Providence Ministries 3/29/2011
Morse to make schools his priority3/29/2011
Holyoke holds its 60th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade3/22/2011
'Tax Squad' to find ways to lower taxes3/15/2011
Businesses owners react to Urban Renewal Plan3/9/2011
Scott to end his career with a roast on April 7 3/1/2011
Book on Japanese internment chosen for 'South Hadley Reads'3/1/2011
House Speaker DeLeo promises 'dramatic decreases' in budget2/23/2011
Comments, ideas needed for Holyoke urban renewal plan2/9/2011
Alex Morse makes run for mayor 2/1/2011
Dog provides more than just company 2/1/2011
New group seeks to raise funds for Dominican Republic1/26/2011
'Fabrication shop' could be a boon for new businesses 1/18/2011
HCC offers new progam for adult college students1/11/2011
Clean City Initiative plans to revamp litter laws 1/11/2011
Paper City begins new era in 201012/28/2010
Search begins for Scott's replacement12/21/2010
Toys are still needed for PMN campaign this Christmas12/16/2010
Donors, businesses respond to Project 13's fundraising, volunteer event12/8/2010
'Tis the Season!12/8/2010
Holyoke students learn to 'eat healthy, play hard'11/24/2010
Phase two of Canalwalk now underway11/24/2010
Granby Preparatory Academy on track to open next fall11/24/2010
Women's shelter celebrates11/16/2010
Peck School to start fitness program 11/16/2010
Annual Peace Week starts Nov. 1411/9/2010
New housing at Mont Marie is welcomed11/9/2010
Consultant will begin developing plan for Innovation District 11/3/2010
Benefit to help boy receive life-saving brain surgery10/27/2010
City shows off new teleconferencing ability10/19/2010
Long awaited computer center breaks ground10/13/2010
New volunteer will concentrate on neighborhood watches10/5/2010
Lutheran school provides educational alternative 10/5/2010
Brown: Lowering business taxes would grow employment10/5/2010
McKenna officially begins campaign for AG10/5/2010
Multimodal Center to open next week9/22/2010
Ward Seven residents told how to 'think like a thief'9/15/2010
Holyoke's provisional fire chief resigns unexpectedly9/15/2010
PeoplesBank kicks off senior center campaign with donation 8/31/2010
South Hadley Children's Chorus seeks new members 8/25/2010
Providence Ministries to raise money with 'ducks'8/25/2010
State tax credits will help fund restoration8/25/2010
Girls Inc. program builds friendships and understanding8/17/2010
Merry-Go-Round seeks Mountain Park items for auction 8/17/2010
Mastex site selected for new computing center8/10/2010
Conclusions of biomass report contested by both sides8/4/2010
Project brings water where it is needed8/4/2010
Youth meet the Bard in Holyoke 8/4/2010
Mayor welcomes $2 million investment on Main Street7/27/2010
Residents train for crime watch group 7/22/2010
Providence Ministries opens new shop 7/22/2010
Painters begin two month long job at museum7/22/2010
Holyoke nun celebrates 80 years as a Sister of Providence 7/13/2010
Seminary to house new prep school7/13/2010
30th annual catfish derby set for July 16 -17 on Connecticut River 7/7/2010
Wistariahurst solidified as crown jewel of Commonwealth7/7/2010
Site not yet selected for high-speed computing center6/29/2010
Mayor adds name to diesel emissions push 6/29/2010
Agreement paves way for library funding6/29/2010
First phase of Canalwalk now open to the public6/29/2010
Citizen involvement needed 6/22/2010
Holyoke Youth baseball and city honor Ratchford 6/22/2010
McCray's Farms noted as culinary tourism destination by state6/16/2010
Community events slated for Saturday6/16/2010
Park to feature cruise nights, children's programs 6/9/2010
Residents get look at proposed plans for library6/1/2010
'Kitschy Crafty Craft Fair' show promises funky, fun items5/26/2010
Group reaches fundraising goal for museum5/26/2010
Sonoco invests in boilers, decides to stay in Holyoke5/18/2010
Forum discusses impact of computing center5/12/2010
Victory Theatre project awarded $600K in tax credits4/21/2010
Musician channels talent into 'tunes 4 charity'4/20/2010
Holyoke resident joins race for lieutenant governor4/20/2010
South Hadley Town Meeting Review Committee to host hearing4/14/2010
Girl Scouts to celebrate women of distinction4/14/2010
Pluta learns success, challenges of urban living4/14/2010
Scott nominated for award3/31/2010
HCC, Elms to offer students new program 3/31/2010
Computing center gets pledge of $25 million from state 3/31/2010
Baker greets voters at parade3/23/2010
Area vets given free trip to D.C. 3/17/2010
Beaver Club seeks community projects3/9/2010
Holyoke DAR honors students2/23/2010
Cisco to partner with Holyoke2/17/2010
Holyoke resident hopes to finally see herself on screen2/10/2010
City councilors have questions on library renovation 2/10/2010
Former school building is site of new senior center2/2/2010
Harlem Children's Zone official speaks in city1/26/2010
VOC begins expanded tax prep program1/26/2010
Holyoke applies for $75 million energy grant 1/19/2010
Funding is returned to Soldiers' Home, but future is uncertain1/19/2010
NEW EXHIBIT1/13/2010
Pluta brings in new era in Holyoke1/6/2010
Supercomputers marked Holyoke's 2009 1/5/2010
Senate candidate Scott Brown opens office in Holyoke12/29/2009
Area vets to gather in Boston to support of Soldiers Home12/29/2009
Holyoke Library receives state grant extension12/16/2009
Celebrate New Year's Eve with the whole family at Heritage State Park12/16/2009
HYBL legend Doc Ratchford honored with field dedication12/15/2009
HMC joins lawsuit over Medicaid reimbursements12/8/2009
Advent Fair to help kick off the holiday season12/1/2009
Store makes move toward future12/1/2009
Bay Path College presents 'Winterfest' at Providence Place11/25/2009
SAVE THE SOLDIERS' HOME: Call the Gov. at 1-888-870-777011/25/2009
Holyoke vets honor three11/18/2009
Video will help sell Holyoke as high tech location 11/18/2009
Pluta begins transition11/11/2009
Holyoke Rotary Club's donation helps city schools11/11/2009
Wistariahurst Carriage House begins new life 11/3/2009
Cities move forward10/27/2009
Womanshelter/Companeras receives grant10/27/2009
Pluta, Boyle offer choice to voters10/27/2009
Project-13 opens store 10/20/2009
Holyoke starts talks on new senior center10/20/2009
Scott asks for community's help in solving third murder of the year10/13/2009
Passport Holyoke event to highlight city's attractions10/6/2009
S. Hadley church plans benefit to help ministry in Dominican Republic9/29/2009
Holyoke starts new Energy Committee9/29/2009
Trustees of Reservations add new property9/29/2009
South Hadley Chorale begins 25th season with rehearsals starting Oct. 79/23/2009
Habitat for Humanity to host annual fund-raising hike9/23/2009
Holyoke native works to build church in Honduras9/22/2009
Holyoke takes a step toward 'complete streets' with new bike racks9/15/2009
Library is not closed despite fence around entrance9/15/2009
Exhibit celebrates women triumphing over struggle9/8/2009
Falls area to receive $800K grant9/8/2009
Building's age contributed to structural failure9/1/2009
Recent crime sweep yields 101 arrests in Holyoke 8/25/2009
Latino Chamber of Commerce hosts picnic for businesses8/25/2009
Young singers needed for this year's Children's Chorus8/25/2009
Tourism effort boosted8/18/2009
C-SPAN bus brings civics lessons to Holyoke youth 8/18/2009
Holyoke Parks & Rec to host annual Senior Fest8/12/2009
Donation brings fresh food to Kate's Kitchen and supports local farms8/12/2009
Park to be music venue8/12/2009
New Children's Museum director excited at potential8/4/2009
Holyoke students honored 7/28/2009
Jesse and Roman Jedrzejczyk are subjects of hate crime indictment 7/21/2009
Meetings summary show agreement on issues in Holyoke 7/21/2009
Volunteers help museum's restoration7/14/2009
Broderick House helps those in need, but needs help to do so7/7/2009
CASA continues to help kids, despite economic woes7/7/2009
Sullivan sees potential for changes in future of city government6/30/2009
Company uses antique truck to help non-profits6/23/2009
Library, police deal with kiddie porn incident6/16/2009
If built, Holyoke computer center promises many jobs 6/16/2009
Tower Theaters to celebrate 20th anniversary in July6/9/2009
Girls Inc. members share life stories through digital productions6/2/2009
Enchanted Circle Theater programs seen as essential to schools 6/2/2009
Sullivan seeks walkers, sponsors 5/26/2009
Residents gather to write 'people's agenda' 5/26/2009
Nun expresses spirituality through painting and poetry5/19/2009
LaFond to end public service career 5/19/2009
New business offers unique way to display the past5/13/2009
Loomis Communities see opportunity in Reeds Landing acquisition5/13/2009
Nuestras Raices readies for new growing season5/13/2009
Friends of Holyoke Library annual meeting features guest lecturer on May 205/11/2009
Construction on Canalwalk begins 5/5/2009
Urban renewal plan for south Holyoke moves forward5/5/2009
Oil spill who-done-it continues as clean up winds down4/28/2009
Annual Ramp It Up fundraiser brings access to those who need it4/28/2009
Area gets stimulated4/14/2009
South Hadley Boy Scouts learn to scuba dive4/14/2009
Work on Wistariahurst Carriage House begins4/7/2009
Mass. Latino Chamber opens office in Holyoke3/31/2009
HG&E buys part of Mt. Tom3/24/2009
Scott looks for support for bill3/24/2009
Renovations continue on new low income housing 3/18/2009
Dean Voke to host 13th annual Spring Gardening Symposium3/18/2009
Blue Sox 'pitch' community night fundraisers for local organizations3/18/2009
Residents work to fill needs3/10/2009
Tired of diesel fuel costs and environmental impact? Go grease3/3/2009
Girls Inc. program teaches girls to appreciate themselves 3/3/2009
First steps taken to build a new senior center in Holyoke3/3/2009
Citizens protest Geriatric Authority closure at Patrick's office 2/24/2009
Holyoke grants tax credits to seniors who volunteer for city2/24/2009
Budget presents 'tough choices among miserable options'2/17/2009
Group objects to charter change2/17/2009
Arcadia Players to present gala organ concert2/11/2009
South Hadley Children's Chrous prepares for concert2/3/2009
Floral program continues despite budget cuts1/27/2009
Suher speaks about Mountain Park project1/27/2009
Intermodal center plans move forward with groundbreaking1/27/2009
Artists find Holyoke to be a great location1/21/2009
Former Marine explores conversations on war1/6/2009
Morgan Classic brings top teams to Valley1/6/2009
Holyoke Medical Center winning war against hospital infections12/30/2008
Author details his discovery of faith12/9/2008
HAP grant to help redevelopment effort12/9/2008
Love of volleyball brings students together12/3/2008
Photo exhibit preserves history of Parsons Paper12/3/2008
Counter tackles challenges as director of Boys & Girls Club11/18/2008
Providence Place recognizes veterans and families11/18/2008
Holyoke Library makes plans for next century11/18/2008
Nuestras Raices receives national recognition11/11/2008
Kate's Kitchen prepares for Thanksgiving dinner11/11/2008
Coat drive seeks 100 donations 11/4/2008
Girls Inc. program teaches the importance of voting10/28/2008
Murray pledges support to help domestic violence services 10/28/2008
Hollywood in Granby10/22/2008
South Hadley student makes national top 10 list10/21/2008
Tough economy drives a variety of families to food pantry for help10/21/2008
New St. Jude's store offers low cost alternative10/14/2008
Sullivan prepares for future state budgets cuts10/14/2008
S. Hadley girl to be soloist at 'Sing-Through' concert 10/14/2008
Oral historians being sought for new initiative10/14/2008
Museum would highlight Sid Radner's life and Holyoke history10/6/2008
Holyoke businessman receives national recognition10/6/2008
Dinner celebrates YouthBuild10/6/2008
Residents protest addition of new Lowe's in Holyoke9/30/2008
Welsh Society discusses pirates of the Caribbean at meeting9/30/2008
Benefit to aid the Children's Chorus9/23/2008
Aftermath of Katrina inspires new novel 9/15/2008
Sullivan appeals for donation for emergency food drive 9/15/2008
Holyoke brings in high tech tickets9/2/2008
Residents have 'crush' on Paper City9/2/2008
Miss Polonia Massachusetts crowned in Holyoke9/2/2008
Memorial scholarship set up to remember SHHS cheerleader8/26/2008
NEH grant helps 'create' Holyoke for new generations8/26/2008
Children's Chorus begins a new year with auditions8/26/2008
Iraqi veteran vies for Olver's seat8/19/2008
Soldiers Home benefits from Barnes golf tourney 8/13/2008
Neighborhood Walk Through8/13/2008
Ordinance would define how city reacts to panhandlers8/5/2008
Open Square continues renovation7/29/2008
Holyoke residents invited to annual Night Out Against Crime7/29/2008
Ward Four residents work to form neighborhood watch7/23/2008
Sullivan promotes literacy through summer book exchange 7/15/2008
Sizzle and Drizzle7/8/2008
D'town Holyoke development plans discussed at meeting7/1/2008
MIFA plans to re-open theater 6/24/2008
Now is the time for strawberries 6/24/2008
After the fire: what's next?6/17/2008
Residents invited to forum on downtown projects 6/17/2008
Lynch students to travel to Africa as 'O Ambassadors'6/10/2008
South Hadley welcomes Hubert Place6/4/2008
Summer jobs program kicks off5/27/2008
Sewers needed for project5/20/2008
Holyoke program recognized by state for environmental project 5/20/2008
Pulaski Park friends group gets $10,0005/20/2008
Mayor welcomes new auto business to Paper City 5/6/2008
Holyoke Farmers' Market begins 2008 season5/6/2008
S. Hadley teens develop composting model for schools5/6/2008
Theater programs to come to Holyoke schools4/29/2008
'Build IT' program to expose middle school girls to science, technology 4/22/2008
Partnership brings back business, jobs4/22/2008
Broderick House art show features creativity4/15/2008
Officials tally up donations4/8/2008
Scott criticizes court response to prostitution4/1/2008
Church to showcase organ with silent film show 4/1/2008
Several key crime stats drop in Holyoke3/11/2008
Holyoke stages city-wide book, CD, DVD drive3/11/2008
Student learns much at Soldiers' Home 3/11/2008
Pioneer Valley strives to end homelessness3/5/2008
Hearing attendees straddle the fence on special permit issue3/5/2008
Holyoke doctor offers vision correction without surgery2/19/2008
Small business lender re-locates to Holyoke2/13/2008
HCC hosts divorce seminar2/6/2008
Mayor: Condo project adds to the city's housing inventory2/6/2008
Baez honored 1/30/2008
Organizations get in tune with one another1/2/2008
'Creating Holyoke' plans move forward with grant application12/26/2007
Mall shoppers can help hospice program 12/12/2007
Merry-Go-Round ready for Christmas11/28/2007
Holyoke takes steps to fight smoking11/28/2007
Book collects the stories of local Iraqi War vets11/13/2007
Local nun honored for work in Africa11/13/2007
VOC program helps with energy costs in Hampden County 11/7/2007
New Holyoke facility helps solve CSO problem11/7/2007
CISA programs helping both country and city 11/7/2007
Trains are part of Holyoke's future10/23/2007
HCC hosts green event10/17/2007
Top-rated female athletes come to Hall of Fame10/9/2007
Square One officially opens its doors to families10/9/2007
Homelessness plan proceeds10/2/2007
Activist to speak on the 'Native American Perspective'9/19/2007
Towne focus of evening at Wistariahurst9/19/2007
Springdale to get larger spray park9/12/2007
Westside doctor relaxes in Holyoke vineyard9/12/2007
Volunteering is a hobby for Chmura9/4/2007
New math program aimed at middle school ESL students9/4/2007
Ground breaks for center8/21/2007
Program helps Holyoke girls 'go fit'8/21/2007
Sullivan appointed to commission on homeless7/31/2007
Gardening keeps Seniors busy7/31/2007
Grant helps to change7/24/2007
Chicopee, Holyoke benefit from grant7/24/2007
Conference Center to be elderly apartments7/19/2007
Annual catfish derby raises funds and fun7/11/2007
City works on deal for transportation center7/3/2007
HCC celebrates 60 years of education6/20/2007
Firefighter 'chefs' cook to help Womanshelter 6/20/2007
Nuestras Ra ces Farms prepares for opening6/20/2007
HCC celebrates 60 years6/19/2007
New leaf at two locations6/4/2007
Wistariahurst Museum to premiere student history project5/16/2007
'Weed and Seed' effort safer neighborhoods5/16/2007
Holyoke Chamber chooses Rosenkranz as "Business Person of Year"5/9/2007
Farmers market to begin new season4/24/2007
Grant could encourage tourism 4/18/2007
Common Threads fund-raising dinner slated to support dressing women for success4/16/2007
Sullivan calls for creation of redevelopment authority to address blight 4/13/2007
Sign up now for Relay for Life4/4/2007
Instructor wins award4/4/2007
Library to present Tanglewood Marionettes on April 174/4/2007
Geologist to speak at park4/4/2007
Host families sought for Holyoke Giants players4/4/2007
Chief: electronic devices attract thieves4/4/2007
Holyoke plans clean up3/28/2007
Number one in top ten wanted caught3/21/2007
Walking program begins at mall 3/7/2007
Valentino film to be shown at chapel3/7/2007
Show benefits medical center3/7/2007
Grant to help encourage tourism in city2/28/2007
Braithwaite's sculptures are featured at HCC2/21/2007
Residents asked to attend meeting2/21/2007
Homeless children get a place to play in Holyoke2/21/2007
Teacher passes on Easter tradition2/14/2007
Sullivan calls for a return to funding urban renewal2/7/2007
ECT offers different ideas for teachers1/31/2007
New business to launch Latino magazine for Holyoke 1/24/2007
Museum wants your family photos1/17/2007
Businesses look for support against elevator regulations1/10/2007
Students get national recognition as they celebrate 1/3/2007
Library hires new children's librarian1/3/2007
Cities unite to discuss homelessness12/13/2006
New director works to restore funds to Girls, Inc. 12/13/2006
New recycling effort saves money, helps others12/6/2006
Holyke Medical Center earns status 11/29/2006
New book, exhibit explores immigrants' experiences in Holyoke11/22/2006
Seventh annual Peace Week begins in Holyoke 11/15/2006
Museum announces November programs11/1/2006
Van is result of three years of fund-raising10/25/2006
Mediation service helps neighbors 10/25/2006
V-Ball Hall of Fame inducts new class10/18/2006
Womanshelter notes domestic abuse deaths10/11/2006
Kids and parents learn to walk safely 10/11/2006
Arts Walk offers variety of visual and performing artists10/4/2006
Trash problem needs 'out of the barrel thinking'9/27/2006
Community Enterprises is making a difference9/20/2006
Peace Initiative committee reviews summer, looks to future9/20/2006
Museum presents two history lecture series 9/13/2006
The History Channel awards grant to museum9/6/2006
Sullivan honors 4-H Youth9/6/2006
Time is running out for The Bud9/6/2006
Store offers bargains and helps the needy8/23/2006
Republicans present tax forum 8/16/2006
Peace marchers spread message to Holyoke 8/16/2006
Scott wants to publish photos of men arrested for soliciting sex8/9/2006
Holyoke has 'night out'7/26/2006
Holyoke Rows offers open houses on rowing programs7/19/2006
Care Center students graduate7/13/2006
HCC camps have openings6/28/2006
History Room moves to HCC6/22/2006
Museum presents garden talks 6/22/2006
Store is a real lesson for students6/14/2006
Project to bring new life to landmarks6/7/2006
Sales, shows planned5/31/2006
Rotary Club is near goal for Pure Water fund-raiser5/31/2006
5/24/2006
Actress brings Skinner to life5/11/2006
'Bits of Broadway' to be staged by HCHS5/3/2006
Farmer's Market returns to downtown4/26/2006
Museum looking for gardeners4/13/2006
Two Holyoke women honored by Elms College4/6/2006
Author/curator will sign books Saturday3/23/2006
Civic Symphony offers free concert3/8/2006
'Weed and Seed' makes a difference in neighborhood 3/8/2006
Parishioners sue to save church3/2/2006
Holyoke meeting focuses on Open Square2/22/2006
Rehabbed apartments unveiled, more projects coming2/22/2006
Learning science a different way2/15/2006
Volleyball Hall of Fame brings in top national teams for annual tournament2/8/2006
Wistariahurst gets grant for exhibit2/8/2006
Condemned Holyoke footbridge will be demolished2/1/2006
Canal walk plans unveiled to public1/26/2006
Tax benefits help the needy1/18/2006
Sullivan begins fourth term1/11/2006
Holyoke man builds a better level, waits for patents1/4/2006
Koppelman earns Distinguished Service Award12/8/2005
Wistariahurst Museum hosts concert of New England composers Nov. 2711/17/2005
Six inducted into Hall of Fame11/2/2005
Holyoke to celebrate Halloween with a variety of events10/26/2005
Officials hope to clean up the city10/26/2005
Holyoke Civic Symphony to perform epiphaniea Oct. 2310/19/2005
Independant journalist from Anchorage to visit HCC10/19/2005
Forest Summit Lecture Series to take place in Holyoke Oct. 13, 1410/13/2005
Care Center receives $10,000 grant10/6/2005
Chapin Mansion Veterans House hosts open house10/6/2005
Two Holyoke residents to participate in national cycling fund-raiser to benefit Best Buddies program9/29/2005
New Charter school re-opens enrollment process9/21/2005
Mall age restrictions inspire mixed reactions9/21/2005
MHFC works to provide housing for Katrina victims9/14/2005
Information sought on Purple Heart medal found in home9/7/2005
New ballet studio is a dream come true for two local dancers9/1/2005
At-large councilor James McDermott proposes reducing size of City Council8/24/2005
Spanish Club drive helps low-income students prepare for school 8/24/2005
Care Center students prepare for Young Parents Regatta8/17/2005
Playspace Program expands to Holyoke8/17/2005
HDP announces settlement in discrimination case8/11/2005
Schools launch local foods buying program8/11/2005
Grant will facilitate opening of teen-managed caf8/11/2005
State park hosts reception for Founding Farms exhibit8/3/2005
Councilor challenges Sullivan for city's top job8/3/2005
Canalwalk plans move forward8/3/2005
Celebrate Holyoke returns for 21st year7/27/2005
Deadline nears for residents seeking city positions7/27/2005
Victory Theatre Inc. secures $50,000 grant for theater restoration project7/20/2005
Chief announces end of joint investigation 7/5/2005
Mortgage Lenders Network USA may come to Holyoke6/29/2005
Comedy Improv Jam comes to the Talking Drum Caf6/22/2005
Peck not an option6/14/2005
Care Center students showcase poetic talents6/14/2005
Distance Learning Project partners with HPS to broadcast lessons 6/14/2005
Best Buddies Citizens Program expands to Holyoke6/14/2005
Meeting focuses on downtown development6/1/2005
Girls Inc. hosts a career panel 5/25/2005
Mt. Tom Academy offers students an alternative 5/25/2005
Local colleges and Open Square collaborate 5/25/2005
Sullivan announces5/19/2005
Sewer vote passed5/12/2005
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