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


Longmeadow hires Pereira as new veterans’ services officer 1/14/2016
Longmeadow Public Schools face $1.2 million budget hurdle for FY171/14/2016
McAlmond hired as Longmeadow's first DPW deputy director 1/7/2016
Project to alleviate MGM traffic in Longmeadow could cost $3.5 million1/7/2016
Longmeadow School Committee admits to open meeting failures1/7/2016
O’Shea selected to succeed Doyle as Longmeadow superintendent12/29/2015
Longmeadow School Committee selects O'Shea to lead district12/23/2015
Longmeadow School Committee to host second round of interviews12/22/2015
Hampden-Wilbraham superintendent among finalists for Longmeadow position12/17/2015
Longmeadow to conduct community survey on land use plans12/17/2015
Bay Path collects gifts for Baystate Children’s Hospital 12/17/2015
Longmeadow Select Board emphasizes goal of increasing town revenue in 201612/10/2015
Superintendent finalist interviews to take place Dec. 17 12/10/2015
Longmeadow Shops expansion construction set to begin this spring12/3/2015
Longmeadow author publishes book of short stories on relationships11/24/2015
OSHA cites construction company in worker’s death11/24/2015
Longmeadow selectmen convey mixed feelings about funding full-day kindergarten 11/19/2015
Longmeadow Police Department welcomes police dog Kai to team11/19/2015
Longmeadow goes back to single tax rate11/19/2015
Voters approve next phase design work for building projects11/12/2015
Deadline for CPA applications in Longmeadow is Dec. 3 11/12/2015
As Longmeadow discusses full-day kindergarten, Lesser advocates for universal early education11/12/2015
New town engineer and veteran’ services officer sought following resignations 11/5/2015
Longmeadow School Committee aims to fund free full-day kindergarten in FY1711/5/2015
Longmeadow Superintendent Search Committee seeks applicants10/29/2015
Longmeadow Town Counsel supports Foster’s denial of RECC motion10/29/2015
Willie Ross School celebrates recently completed renovations10/22/2015
Longmeadow voters to decide on funding for more design work of town facilities10/22/2015
Longmeadow Select Board chair may have illegally denied motion for RECC vote 10/15/2015
LEEF grants $72,498 to district-wide initiatives for Longmeadow schools10/15/2015
Former Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher to speak at Bay Path Oct. 15 10/8/2015
Battles over turf, egos plague town manager/selectmen relationship in Longmeadow10/8/2015
Longmeadow could reach residential tax limit within next five years 10/1/2015
Adult Center hires first full-time outreach coordinator9/24/2015
Longmeadow guest speaker series starts Sept. 30 9/16/2015
Study: combined Longmeadow middle school more cost effective9/16/2015
Five full-time teachers added to Longmeadow school district 9/10/2015
Residents weigh in on Longmeadow Shops expansion during public hearing9/10/2015
Longmeadow High School 207th in Newsweek’s top high schools list9/3/2015
Ray and Associates hired to aid Longmeadow superintendent search9/3/2015
Storrs Library offers free online streaming service8/27/2015
Longmeadow 5K funds help Baystate NICU8/20/2015
Longmeadow School Committee looks to hire search firm to aid superintendent search8/20/2015
Mario Mazza hired as new Longmeadow DPW director 8/20/2015
Longmeadow Selectmen vote to increase town manager’s base salary8/13/2015
Longmeadow hires new IT director and town accountant 8/13/2015
Longmeadow family raises black labrador puppy to become guide dog for blind 8/6/2015
Longmeadow to honor Purple Heart medal recipients on Aug. 7 8/6/2015
Fundraiser supports family of Ludlow construction worker killed in Longmeadow accident8/6/2015
Longmeadow conducts Fire Department pinning ceremony7/30/2015
Phase II of Longmeadow DPW design work could appear on Special Town Meeting warrant7/30/2015
Longmeadow Selectman Mark Gold presents long-term capital funding plan 7/23/2015
Stankiewicz appointed as new chief of police in Longmeadow7/23/2015
Public hearing for Longmeadow Shops expansion project set for Sept. 27/16/2015
Longmeadow selectmen to hire facilitator between board and town manager 7/16/2015
Longmeadow Select Board appoints Dearborn as new fire chief 7/9/2015
Wrye chosen to succeed Collins as Williams Middle School principal7/2/2015
Longmeadow Superintendent Doyle announces plans to retire after 2015-2016 school year7/2/2015
Longmeadow firefighters begin training with new Quint fire truck 6/25/2015
Longmeadow Town Manager Stephen Crane emphasizes goal of continued services for Greenwood Center programs6/25/2015
Longmeadow native Dukeshire honored with 2015 Fishman Prize6/18/2015
Longmeadow's Greenwood Center targeted for regional 911 center6/17/2015
Longmeadow’s search for new department heads underway6/11/2015
Longmeadow road race to honor fallen firefighters 6/11/2015
Middle School redistricting not endorsed by Longmeadow school officials 6/11/2015
Foster and Lachiusa in, Santaniello out in Longmeadow Select Board race 6/11/2015
LHS auditorium named in honor of retired music teacher Michael Mucci 6/5/2015
Longmeadow awarded $2.8 million for Converse Street roadwork scheduled for this fall 6/5/2015
Longmeadow's First Church of Christ Scientist sold to Colvest Group for $1.1 million 6/4/2015
Falcone provides free classes for adults on how to prevent child sexual abuse 5/28/2015
Longmeadow School Committee to discuss middle school redistricting on June 8 5/28/2015
Longmeadow town election pits incumbents against newcomers June 95/21/2015
Longmeadow School Committee approves redistricting 5/14/2015
Water and sewer bylaw change defeated at Longmeadow Town Meeting 5/14/2015
Longmeadow School Committee to have final say on redistricting May 11 5/7/2015
Longmeadow Fire Department receives $188,852 federal grant 5/7/2015
Longmeadow Town Manager Stephen Crane receives mixed reviews in year two5/7/2015
Longmeadow’s oldest living resident honored during 103rd birthday 4/29/2015
Greenwood Children’s Center celebrates 25th anniversary4/23/2015
Longmeadow's elementary school redistricting down to one proposal 4/23/2015
Novelist Ellen Meeropol to visit Storrs Library on April 28 4/16/2015
Longmeadow's elementary school redistricting plans narrowed down to three proposals4/16/2015
Courage and Hope Challenge continues to help area residents with disabilities4/9/2015
Longmeadow Council on Aging kitchen renovation completed 4/9/2015
Longmeadow selectmen reject middle school SOIs4/9/2015
Grodd named ‘Captain of the Year’ for Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk4/2/2015
Longmeadow School Committee amends FY16 budget after debate 4/2/2015
Longmeadow Select Board raises concerns about new middle school 3/26/2015
Longmeadow Police, Fire, and DPW heads to retire this year 3/26/2015
Longmeadow school district explores redistricting 125 elementary and preschool students 3/19/2015
Longmeadow Select Board approves warrant for May 12 Town Meeting 3/19/2015
Big Y could come before Planning Board for expansion project next year 3/12/2015
Public hearing for Longmeadow Shops likely for June 3/12/2015
Statements of Interest for Longmeadow middle schools recommended3/11/2015
FY16 town budget anticipated to yield base-level figures3/5/2015
Traffic sign now in place near Quinnehtuk Road 3/5/2015
New York Times featured history author to speak at Storrs2/26/2015
Board delays vote to accept $25,000 K-9 grant 2/26/2015
Longmeadow Schools' Special Programs Committee developing three-year plan 2/19/2015
Longmeadow puts DPW feasibility study and design out to bid 2/19/2015
Burton helps create support organizations for cancer patients after own battle2/12/2015
Three Longmeadow elementary schools ranked among state’s best 2/12/2015
Budget approved by Longmeadow School Committee2/12/2015
Glenmeadow to host dementia early detection program on Feb. 242/5/2015
Fire Department expects Quint to be ready by May2/5/2015
On second thought, Longmeadow Shops zoning change passes2/4/2015
New municipal website on the way to better serve Longmeadow residents1/29/2015
Stakeholders voice opinions at Longmeadow school transportation forum1/29/2015
Longmeadow Adult Center kitchen to undergo renovation1/22/2015
Resident co-authors family memoir set in pre- and post-World War II Japan1/15/2015
Planning Board recommends Longmeadow Shops zone change article1/15/2015
Longmeadow High School students organize ‘Share What You Can’ food drive at Storrs Library 1/8/2015
PVPC recommends renovation, expansion of senior center1/8/2015
Longmeadow native receives prestigious Marshall Scholarship1/2/2015
Adult Center to feature multi-instrumental musician at New Year’s Eve party12/23/2014
Board identifies communication as top priority for Crane’s evaluation 12/23/2014
Longmeadow High School fundraiser benefits Wounded Warrior’s Project12/18/2014
Longmeadow Select Board sets Feb. 3 Special Town Meeting date to address Longmeadow Shops12/18/2014
Traffic calming measures approved for Quinnehtuk Road in Longmeadow12/11/2014
Eleven-year-old Longmeadow resident to be featured in holiday film12/4/2014
Longmeadow Town Manager Stephen Crane’s review process beyond date of anticipated completion12/4/2014
Split Select Board votes to host second Special Town Meeting regarding Longmeadow Shops11/25/2014
Novelist Linda Cardillo coming to Storrs Library on Dec. 911/25/2014
Artist gallery heading to Storrs Library Dec. 1 11/25/2014
Longmeadow school district featured in MBI newsletter for technology investments 11/20/2014
PVPC to complete draft Longmeadow senior center report by Dec. 511/20/2014
Longmeadow Shops expansion shot down11/20/2014
Longmeadow Police Department receives $5,000 grant to target underage drinking 11/13/2014
Quint fire truck purchase to be determined at Longmeadow Special Town Meeting 11/13/2014
Longmeadow Shops zone change article to be put to town-wide vote11/7/2014
Longmeadow Select Board closes Special Town Meeting warrant 11/7/2014
Longmeadow Town Manager Stephen Crane beaten out for Tyngsboro administrator position10/30/2014
Wounded Warrior 5K run and walk set for Nov. 8 10/30/2014
Longmeadow Select Board volleys Blinn Tennis Courts article10/30/2014
Free smoke detectors available for Longmeadow seniors through grant10/16/2014
Select Board identifies possible new DPW facility as top goal 10/16/2014
Special Programs Committee to seek speakers for Longmeadow schools 10/9/2014
Golf tournament to raise funds to construct hospital in Tanzania 10/9/2014
LEEF awards 39 grants to Longmeadow teachers 10/9/2014
David Bogan elected chair of CCADV board of directors10/2/2014
CPA project funding total among the highest in recent years10/2/2014
New Longmeadow sports shop to host running program9/25/2014
Willie Ross School to host its first gala on Oct. 239/25/2014
Secretary of Education Matthew Malone tours Longmeadow High School9/25/2014
Longmeadow Select Board endorses future donation for new turf field9/18/2014
Longmeadow Shops increases parking spaces in new plans9/18/2014
Storrs Library hosts memorial exhibit of Max Standley’s artwork9/11/2014
Select Board discusses Verizon tower and license violation9/11/2014
Purple Heart Community status approved in Longmeadow9/3/2014
NBA star Chris Herren to speak out about addiction at Longmeadow High School9/3/2014
Longmeadow resident named new director of Community Music School8/27/2014
Grant awarded for regional emergency communication center study8/27/2014
Property manager cites ‘excitement’ regarding Longmeadow Shops expansion8/13/2014
Seifert takes over as Longmeadow’s Veterans’ Services Officer8/6/2014
PVPC to conduct feasibility study for new Longmeadow Adult Center 7/31/2014
Grove Properties proposes expansion of Longmeadow Shops7/31/2014
ServiceNet makes case for Longmeadow group home7/24/2014
Crane: Reimbursement money guaranteed7/16/2014
Bay Path pledges $50,000 for new quint7/9/2014
Residents voice opposition to group home7/9/2014
Longmeadow joins list of anti-PARCC school districts7/2/2014
Select Board approves land lease to Stebbins Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary6/25/2014
Crane projects veterans’ services agent installed by FY156/18/2014
Bay Path College to become university July 16/18/2014
No Casino Springfield questions MGC credibility after MGM award6/13/2014
Power struggle between Select Board, town manger heats up meeting6/12/2014
Townsend wins first ever Board of Regents System Scholarly Excellence Award6/12/2014
Weiss brings unique program to Bay Path6/12/2014
Officers receive commendation for solving robbery case6/5/2014
Snyder named U.S.-Japan Foundation’s Elgin Heinz Outstanding Teacher6/5/2014
Residents continue fight for free kindergarten6/5/2014
Grodsky wins seat on School Committee6/5/2014
Grant asks Longmeadow Selectmen to take stance against gaming5/29/2014
Lawrence Berte wraps up tenure at Longmeadow High School5/29/2014
Longmeadow resident releases new indie horror film5/22/2014
Crane’s first performance review to take place June 45/22/2014
Moynahan names Longmeadow teacher as difference maker5/15/2014
Town remains proactive with MGM casino mitigation5/15/2014
Residents reject kindergarten amendment5/15/2014
Citizen group to propose kindergarten tuition amendment5/8/2014
Select Board postpones Crane’s review5/8/2014
O’Malley gets ready to rumble for a cause5/1/2014
Lachiusa makes first run for public office5/1/2014
Twin Hills undergoes expansion5/1/2014
Arbitrators rule in favor of Longmeadow's offer to MGM4/30/2014
Volunteers essential to Angels Take Flight’s success4/24/2014
Fitzgerald seeking re-election to School Committee4/17/2014
Town approaching maximum reimbursement for 2011 snowstorm4/10/2014
Petitioned warrant article called into question4/10/2014
Longmeadow, MGM exchange best, final offers4/3/2014
Center School students lend ‘Helping Hand’3/27/2014
Locations for marijuana facility to be discussed at public forum3/27/2014
Town, MGM head to arbitration after failing to reach agreement3/27/2014
Vision concept to increase revenue, streamline services3/20/2014
Grodsky appointed to School Committee3/20/2014
Longmeadow Public Schools to offer adult education program3/13/2014
Veterans’ Services Agent increases number of benefit recipients3/13/2014
NerdWallet names Longmeadow No. 10 on homeownership list3/6/2014
Longmeadow, MGM continue negotiations3/6/2014
Madison makes justifications for new fire apparatus2/27/2014
Residents for Equality for Kindergarten Education oppose full-day cost2/27/2014
Longmeadow resident makes bid for Senate2/20/2014
Clark kicks off re-election campaign2/13/2014
School Committee accepts vice chair’s resignation2/13/2014
Charter Commission pens criticism of Select Board2/13/2014
Doyle presents Longmeadow school budget2/6/2014
Veteran prosecutor announces run for district attorney2/6/2014
New school budget plugs holes in student services1/30/2014
Longmeadow Educational Excellence Foundation announces grants1/30/2014
Longmeadow High School student chosen for country’s Senate Youth Program 1/23/2014
CPC to weigh community input at annual public hearing1/23/2014
Town files petition with Massachusetts Gaming Commission1/16/2014
White Hut sets up shop in Longmedow1/16/2014
Longmeadow petitions MGC for surrounding community status1/13/2014
Town to petition Gaming Commission for surrounding community status1/9/2014
Cardiologist lobbies for bike lanes throughout town1/2/2014
Longmeadow designated as new Green Community12/26/2013
Select Board sends counterproposal to MGM12/26/2013
Foster makes plea for infrastructure funds12/19/2013
School Committee rejects full day kindergarten12/19/2013
Casino critizes Select Board for delaying agreement12/19/2013
After Select Board talks discretion, Grant attacks MGM again12/12/2013
After Longmeadow Select Board talks discretion, Grant attacks MGM again12/6/2013
Ume serves six-day liquor license suspension for serving to minors12/5/2013
Longmeadow displeased with MGM’s offer12/5/2013
Bay Path to stage annual Winterfest11/26/2013
Full day kindergarten option discussed at public forum11/26/2013
Majority vote maintains single tax rate11/21/2013
Hirschhorn receives MHOA’s Crowley Award for dedication to community11/7/2013
Infrastructure projects to be completed before winter10/31/2013
Longmeadow expands after-school enrichment programs10/31/2013
Longmeadow High School students take language studies to new level10/31/2013
Anti-casino group criticizes MGM’s polling10/31/2013
‘Mambo Diane’ makes her way to world competition10/24/2013
Center School students lend ‘helping hand’ to Open Pantry10/24/2013
No Casino Springfield pushes for anti-casino vote in Longmeadow10/17/2013
Planning Board opts against support of accessory apartment bylaw10/10/2013
School Committee, district explore full-day kindergarten10/3/2013
Casino traffic studies discussed at regional meeting10/3/2013
Annual LEEF Gala set for Nov. 2 9/26/2013
Select Board denies open meeting violation charge9/26/2013
Candidates for special counsel to appear before Select Board9/12/2013
Faux tree workers rob elderly resident9/5/2013
Weather impedes drainage work9/5/2013
Town on track to meet Green Communities application deadline9/5/2013
Select Board creates casino sub-committee9/5/2013
Second annual Sean M. Allen Courage & Hope Challenge set for September8/29/2013
DPW director makes case for new facility8/29/2013
Enfield Planning, Zoning Commission approves abutting development8/22/2013
Hard Rock yet to come to the table for mitigation8/22/2013
Select Board votes in favor of aerial apparatus purchase8/15/2013
Doyle builds educational partnerships between countries8/8/2013
School district office moves to new location on Aug. 208/8/2013
Town, Veterans’ Services sponsoring warrior 5K8/1/2013
Chairs encouraged by boards’ collaboration8/1/2013
Cooney files counter claim against Foster7/25/2013
Chiefs: Mutual aid remains vital to fire coverage7/18/2013
Crane prepares to revisit casino mitigation7/18/2013
Testimony wraps up over housing development7/18/2013
Baystate surgeon pens Amazon best seller7/11/2013
Selectmen explore benefits of joint efforts with School Committee7/11/2013
Dialogue continues over housing development7/3/2013
Former Indians owner named in abuse suit7/3/2013
Enfield development to have little impact on Longmeadow6/27/2013
Angelides takes helm as chair of Select Board6/27/2013
Doyle to begin new four-year contract July 16/20/2013
Gangi to take over as assistant superintendent effective July 16/13/2013
Gold, Grant top Barowsky in town election6/13/2013
Markey rally will not take place at Longmeadow High School6/7/2013
School Committee won't relinquish revenue6/6/2013
Select Board candidates debate the issues6/6/2013
Barowsky promises to lower tax burden in second term5/30/2013
Crane to negotiate budget with School Committee5/30/2013
Principal travels to Afghanistan as part of education collaborative5/23/2013
Ashe, School Committee spar over Chapter 705/23/2013
Grant makes bid for Select Board5/16/2013
Foster fights to give abuse victims a voice5/16/2013
Gold announces run for re-election to Select Board5/9/2013
School budget increased after lengthy debate5/9/2013
Staff cuts identified to balance school budget 5/2/2013
Warrants to be issued for suspects in fraud case5/2/2013
New Veterans' Services officer to combat stigmas 4/25/2013
Voters to decide school budget compromise4/25/2013
Businesses join together to promote shopping local4/18/2013
Sullivan named superintendent of Gill-Montague school district4/18/2013
Clark: 'Neither side truly happy' with budget compromise4/18/2013
Crane officially takes over as town manager4/11/2013
Select Board creates Casino subcommittee4/4/2013
School budget compromise may be on horizon4/4/2013
Selectmen remove warrant article funding Wolf Swamp field repairs3/28/2013
Clark, Select Board sock it out over FY14 budget3/28/2013
Voters to decide on temporary moratorium for medical marijuana treatment center3/21/2013
Select Board denies additional funding for School Department3/21/2013
Students honor Newtown victims3/21/2013
Music students to showcase talent3/7/2013
Kickstarter campaign to increase Pop Nation's territory 3/7/2013
Quiet Courage Foundation makes substantial donation to LHS2/28/2013
Students begin classes in new high school2/28/2013
Longmeadow adventure seeker to bike across America for charity2/21/2013
Confusion delays hiring of Veterans' Affairs officer2/21/2013
Crane commits to town manager position, starts April 22/14/2013
School Department seeks $600,000 increase in FY14 budget2/7/2013
Select Board chooses Crane to fill town manager vacancy1/31/2013
Aspiring biomedical engineer looks to revolutionize treatment options1/24/2013
Public interviews for Longmeadow town manager candidates slated for Jan. 241/23/2013
Homeland Security grant of $72,000 awarded to Fire Department1/17/2013
Special election could put 'monkey wrench' in Town Meeting schedule1/17/2013
Doyle: Administration confident in safety of schools1/10/2013
Forum date set for zoning of corner lots1/2/2013
Interviews begin for town manager position12/26/2012
Schools take on 'green' initiatives12/26/2012
Del Castilho to whittle down town manager candidates12/17/2012
Longmeadow vets claim they're underserved12/10/2012
Select Board approves BAN from Eastern Bank12/10/2012
Fein resigns from Board of Assessors following tax fraud case 12/10/2012
LEEF announces educational grant recipients12/4/2012
Board of Assessors chair's position in question12/4/2012
Select Board elects to stick with single property tax rate11/26/2012
Art Department to fill 'empty bowls' this holiday season11/19/2012
Dispute continues over corner lots in Longmeadow11/19/2012
Town sells $7 million in bonds to finance projects11/12/2012
High school expands foreign exchange to Costa Rica11/5/2012
Longmeadow adopts restaurant meals tax at Special Town Meeting10/29/2012
Ashe: Massachusetts moving in right direction10/29/2012
Select Board, Del Castilho hash out timetable for new town manager10/22/2012
Input sought on Social Networking, Electronic Communication Policy10/15/2012
Del Castilho gets interim town manager gig10/9/2012
Ashe kicks off campaign for re-election10/9/2012
Angelides lobbies supporters for 'Victory in November'10/1/2012
Select Board chooses Del Castilho as interim town manager9/25/2012
Inaugural Courage & Hope Challenge to honor Sean Allen9/17/2012
Select Board to interview candidates for interim town manager9/17/2012
Board of Health approves variance allowing dogs outside at Starbucks9/11/2012
Angelides wins, sets sights on November9/11/2012
Town officials continue negotiations with Therrien 9/4/2012
Water and sewer billing switchover begins in September8/27/2012
'Child safety' to be topic of presentation at Storrs Library8/20/2012
Selectmen vote to negotiate with Therrien8/19/2012
Selectmen try to hammer out plan for website8/13/2012
Town manager position still up in the air8/13/2012
Guerino, Select Board fail to reach contract agreement8/6/2012
Selectmen, Guerino fail to agree on contract8/1/2012
Angelides targets 'problem properties' in Longmeadow7/24/2012
Selectmen to begin negotiations with Guerino7/24/2012
Restaurant expansion could continue in Longmeadow7/17/2012
Planning Board could pursue long range, master plan update7/17/2012
Gold, Warenda to draft plan for website7/9/2012
Paul Pasterczyk named interim town manager7/9/2012
Major rate changes approved for building permit fees7/9/2012
Veterans' Affairs Officer leaves post for federal position7/2/2012
Community to say goodbye to Crosbie June 266/26/2012
Sullivan pulls name from consideration for town manager6/26/2012
Four vie for Longmeadow town manager job6/18/2012
Foster jumps right into post on Board of Selectmen6/18/2012
Peachwave franchise to open in Longmeadow Shops 6/12/2012
Sox journalist, novelist serves as resident author6/12/2012
Schedule of Town Manager finalist interviews for to be determined 6/4/2012
'Kids of the World' on display at Storrs Library5/29/2012
Longmeadow High named one of top 1,000 schools in U.S.5/29/2012
Barowsky anxious to start work on Select Board5/21/2012
COA Board holds off on Senior Tax Rebate5/15/2012
Opposition doesn't prevent OPEB funding approval at Town Meeting5/15/2012
Ichiban to take over Friendly's property in Longmeadow Shops5/7/2012
COA to host final Senior Tax Rebate forum5/1/2012
Town Manager salary set for six figures4/23/2012
Town seeking location, plan for new DPW4/23/2012
Drug take back set for April 284/17/2012
Few weigh-in on search for Town Manager4/17/2012
TELL Mass survey will reveal teachers' perspectives on schools4/9/2012
Senior Tax Rebate article to be amended4/9/2012
Finance Committee, Select Board disagree over storm clean-up4/9/2012
Special Town Election could bring greater complications4/2/2012
Small group offers opinions on Town Manager search3/27/2012
Public gets opportunity to weigh in on budget, manager search3/19/2012
Harpist pursues musical dream in Scotland3/13/2012
Tournament, scholarship honor memory of high school senior3/13/2012
Town avoids primary election to fill vacant Select Board seat3/5/2012
New senior tax rebate plan proposes stringent qualifications2/28/2012
Sullivan to carry on 'tradition of success' in schools2/28/2012
Select Board agrees on hiring process for town manager2/20/2012
Longmeadow teachers awarded for excellence2/13/2012
Rhodes to headline benefit concert2/9/2012
May 15 special election to fill vacant Select Board seat2/6/2012
Investors interested in former Friendly’s location2/6/2012
Senior property tax relief program to be presented at Town Meeting1/30/2012
Gold, Candaras spar over clean-up costs1/30/2012
Longmeadow High School on time, on budget1/23/2012
Longmeadow High School gains continued accreditation1/16/2012
Swanson exits with advice for Select Board1/9/2012
School Committee adopts interim head injury policy 1/3/2012
Longmeadow High School pledges to ‘Stand Together’12/27/2011
Schools incorporate iPad technology12/19/2011
Girard chosen as newest School Committee member12/19/2011
Select Board exploring options for town manager12/14/2011
School Committee, Select Board host joint interviews for open seat12/14/2011
Clark, residents discuss schools’ social media policy12/5/2011
Two candidates to be interviewed for open School Committee seat12/5/2011
Clean-up carries hefty price tag12/5/2011
School Committee aims to draft new social media policy11/28/2011
New veterans’ agent committed to honoring military11/21/2011
Fund to assist with home modifications11/21/2011
Armand Wray resigns from School Committee11/21/2011
School Committee addresses scheduling concerns11/15/2011
Special Town Meeting sets standards for lawn care11/15/2011
Regans say ‘thank you’ to recovery workers11/15/2011
Jason Dieni named new veterans’ affairs officer11/4/2011
Voters will have full slate at Special Town Meeting11/4/2011
Select Board to continue debate on capital projects10/25/2011
Bowen outlines plan for senior tax relief10/25/2011
Crosbie, Swanson tender resignations10/24/2011
Town to consider senior tax relief10/18/2011
Organizers make final preparations for 10th annual LEEF Gala10/18/2011
Town sells bonds to finance infrastructure projects10/18/2011
Candidates sought for Development Task Force10/11/2011
Desrochers, Humphries named to School Committee10/11/2011
Local women become part of ‘Pink Scarf Project,’ efforts toward cure 10/4/2011
School Committee vacancies to be filled Oct. 39/27/2011
LEEF Gala Committee sets date for signature fund-raiser9/12/2011
Pride develops new plans for Longmeadow Road store9/12/2011
Gold questions raises in schools9/12/2011
Lecture to redefine student potential9/6/2011
Meeting to update town on high school construction9/6/2011
School Committee, Select Board seek to fill Bruns’ seat8/30/2011
Connecticut restaurant chain preps new Longmeadow location8/30/2011
Water main improvements close streets to through traffic8/23/2011
School Committee member to be appointed next month8/23/2011
Longmeadow Lyrics win 2011 American Prize8/8/2011
Fluctuating figures major topic of current town business8/1/2011
Abutters of Pride station voice disapproval of expansion7/26/2011
Town officials displeased with Pride’s proposed expansion7/18/2011
School Committee seeks new member in wake of resignation7/11/2011
Longmeadow native follows ‘Northstar’ home7/11/2011
Students participate in first ever ‘One Community, One Book’7/5/2011
Lancers make the grade in national high school ranking7/5/2011
Students, parents demand teacher’s reinstatement 7/5/2011
Newton named interim principal at Glenbrook School6/28/2011
School district, teachers reach bargaining agreement6/28/2011
LaCucina Express spices up the kitchen6/21/2011
Small number of voters pass Proposition 2 1/2 override6/14/2011
Voters have little to decide at town election5/31/2011
Schools gain new assistant superintendent, lose principal5/24/2011
Stretch Energy denied by small quorum of voters5/17/2011
High school breaks ground5/9/2011
Candidate plans to maintain road to student success5/9/2011
Police Department gains new tool to beef up enforcement 5/2/2011
School Committee welcomes public comment on policy change4/25/2011
Stretch Energy Code, televised meetings up to voters May 104/18/2011
Nationally renowned bullying expert to host forum at Longmeadow High4/11/2011
Resident loses battle with DPW over potholes4/4/2011
UMass student to bring 'unique outlook' to School Committee3/28/2011
Telephone scam targets Longmeadow residents3/28/2011
MMEA to honor Longmeadow music program3/21/2011
Town debates setting aside $350,000 for increasing expenses3/21/2011
Angelides runs for Select Board uncontested3/21/2011
Town's $56.8 million budget proposal under review3/15/2011
Longmeadow schools now accepting registrations for kindergarten3/15/2011
Town seeking RFPs to rehabilitate Bliss tennis courts 3/7/2011
Barkett opts out of re-election, remains on building committee3/7/2011
Town opts out of photovoltaic solar facility3/1/2011
Effectiveness of town committees being questioned3/1/2011
Doyle presents budget proposal to School Committee2/21/2011
Longmeadow students continue to outperform state2/21/2011
Four teachers earn Pioneer Valley Excellence awards2/21/2011
Secretary of Education swings by Willie Ross School2/14/2011
WMECo: No long-term blackouts expected for Ardsley Road residents2/14/2011
High school singers take talents abroad2/14/2011
Public school enrollment projected to drop2/14/2011
Library to screen award winning film on Feb. 152/7/2011
Doyle wins computer educator award2/7/2011
WMECo, residents to meet on contamination 2/7/2011
Gold questions SOI resubmission process1/31/2011
Local actress to appear in TV movie on Jan. 301/24/2011
Stretch Energy Code considered for warrant1/24/2011
Bay Path receives 2010 College InternHero Award1/17/2011
Meeting for solar array developers set for Jan. 18 1/17/2011
Library director to retire in Jan.1/10/2011
Town puts out request for warrant articles1/4/2011
Town prepares to accept bids for solar array12/23/2010
LEEF Gala garners $75,000 for town schools12/13/2010
Bullying plan, resources online 12/13/2010
Town announces improvement in bond rating12/7/2010
District puts bullying policy out for review12/7/2010
Fire chief offers tips for safe heating, cooking11/29/2010
Town controls costs for several capital projects11/23/2010
Board mulls consolidating IT departments11/23/2010
Board approves bonding to fund new high school11/23/2010
Going online garners gains11/23/2010
'Something for everyone' in LEEF Gala auctions11/15/2010
CPC seeks grant applications11/9/2010
Town sets fall leaf collection policy11/9/2010
Students to assist at JGS Family Fun Day11/1/2010
Solar array, cash transfers get nod at Special Town Meeting11/1/2010
Solar array is key warrant article10/25/2010
LEEF provides funding for 28 school programs10/18/2010
Center School TB case not yet confirmed10/18/2010
Co-chairs share plans for 2010 LEEF Gala10/12/2010
Solar array bylaw goes to voters on Oct. 2610/12/2010
Benefits, IT to be top items at Oct. 26 Special Town Meeting10/4/2010
Importance of play topic of talk on Oct. 139/28/2010
New community group looks to bring local teens together 9/20/2010
Kiddly Winks - 25 years of 'helping kids play'9/20/2010
Angelides looks to November contest9/20/2010
Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy remembers Sept. 119/13/2010
Needy residents discovering adult center's food pantry 9/13/2010
Proposed by-law will permit solar array9/7/2010
Volunteers keep town landscapes beautiful9/7/2010
Female powerlifter brings home Junior Olympic gold8/30/2010
Brain injury survivor runs 98 miles to raise awareness8/30/2010
Bay Path climbs in 'best colleges' ranking 8/23/2010
Local girl wins two outstanding actress awards 8/16/2010
Holyoke native's company 'chips' in for a cause 8/4/2010
Local girl recounts AmeriCorps travels 8/2/2010
School Committee reinstates music program8/2/2010
Symphony Orchestra wins top prize for performance 7/26/2010
Cahill gets first-hand look at school plan 7/19/2010
Mulhern sets lofty goal for final Pan-Mass ride7/13/2010
School committee allocates funds to popular clubs7/6/2010
DPW announces July 1 changes to weekly refuse collection 6/28/2010
School Committee hears case for saving music program6/21/2010
High school issue galvanized an otherwise apathetic electorate6/14/2010
Tired tennis courts topic of Tuesday forum6/14/2010
Center School's June 12 'Tour of Homes' showcases six eclectic properties6/7/2010
Water and sewer rates set for FY116/7/2010
It's 'yes' for LHS at Town Meeting; June 8 ballot makes decision final6/1/2010
State Rep. Brian Ashe kicks off re-election bid6/1/2010
MSBA Director Craven answers last-minute questions about high school project5/24/2010
Candidates share stances on school, revenues and cost-cutting5/24/2010
Voters approve $51.5 million budget, plethora of projects at Town Meeting5/17/2010
Long Meddowe Days helps bring history to life5/17/2010
'No Funny Stuff' unlike any school play performed before5/17/2010
Eagle Scout nears completion of trail project at Laurel Park 5/10/2010
LHS Symphony Orchestra selected as semi-finalist in national competition5/10/2010
Sign theft sparks controversy over methods and motives5/10/2010
Majority of Select Board withholds opinion on high school project5/10/2010
First ever Green Up aimed to benefit town's environment and residents5/3/2010
Lancer Pride promotes new high school project5/3/2010
Ross and the Boss - a once in a lifetime opportunity4/26/2010
Hampden Bank and LEEF grants expand unique library system4/19/2010
Town signs energy conservation agreement for small businesses4/19/2010
Longmeadow Select Board hears water and sewer rate recommendations for FY114/19/2010
Housing Authority, Planning Board meet to discuss accessory apartments4/12/2010
Tree Committee announces plans to reinstate memorial tree program4/12/2010
The could be business owners someday!4/12/2010
Goodhines sees District Attorney seat as 'a calling'4/5/2010
April 13 talk to give parents heads-up on kids' transition to college life4/5/2010
Cahill, MSBA announce approval for Longmeadow High School4/5/2010
Annual LDTC breakfast to honor DA William Bennett3/26/2010
Select Board approves $51,389,100 town budget for FY113/26/2010
Business students bring home awards3/26/2010
'Blueberry Hill Idol' set to return3/22/2010
Dodgeball tournament benefits Beavis family3/22/2010
Doyle excited and ready to come to Longmeadow3/22/2010
Planning Board approves changes to St. Mary's3/22/2010
Wolf Swamp School packs for the troops3/22/2010
Savoie, Sullivan take top spots in annual Diocesan spelling bee3/22/2010
Proposed cuts draw public comment at budget forum3/15/2010
First ever dance-a-thon raises $5,200 for Children's Miracle Network3/15/2010
Angelides makes state rep bid on platform of job creation, small business aid3/8/2010
Wolf Swamp's Comedy Night to share laughs and benefit students3/8/2010
Impact of budget cuts discussed at Select Board meeting3/1/2010
College-aged Clark announces bid for Select Board2/22/2010
School budget outlook bleak in Longmeadow2/15/2010
Schematic design unveiled for new high school project2/15/2010
Committee accelerates search for superintendent2/8/2010
LEA and School Committee agree to zero percent COLAs2/2/2010
Longmeadow talks trash (contract) with neighboring East Longmeadow1/25/2010
French horns featured at upcoming Chamber Music Society concert1/22/2010
First planning meeting for Long Meddowe Days scheduled for Jan. 201/18/2010
Community Preservation Committee readies to vote on projects1/18/2010
Capital Planning Committee begins prioritizing projects1/11/2010
Bay Path to host online information sessions for select graduate degrees and programs Jan. 13, 191/4/2010
Blood drive gets great response1/4/2010
Ashe presents fiscal update to Select Board12/28/2009
Rep. Brian Ashe hosts first re-election fundraiser 12/21/2009
Superintendent Search Committee sets January interviews12/21/2009
Playing Santa12/14/2009
Select Board and School Building Committee debate Special Town Meeting dates12/14/2009
Select Board instructs Town Manager to proceed with $2.1 million cut12/14/2009
8th annual LEEF Gala garners $75,000 for education excellence12/7/2009
Tri-Board predicts $2.15 million FY11 shortfall12/7/2009
'These hands won't hurt' educating teens on dating violence12/7/2009
Factor of one voted best option for town's tax rate11/30/2009
Blueberry Hill's 'Cooks-N-Kitchens' tour slated for Dec. 511/30/2009
MSBA approves Longmeadow High School's option 2B11/23/2009
Residents voice concerns over new turnaround at leaf dump11/23/2009
Select Board vets possible revenue generating plans11/23/2009
Register for Special State Primary Election on Dec. 811/17/2009
New squad takes title at Cheer for a Cure competition11/16/2009
Community helps teen near 1,000 hats for homeless goal11/16/2009
Housing Authority still seeking comments, suggestions from residents11/10/2009
Glenmeadow continues 125th anniversary celebration11/10/2009
Residents not in favor of charter changes at Special Town Meeting11/2/2009
Longmeadow's Lindsay Oxx to compete in 'Teen Jeopardy!'11/2/2009
Town's boards discuss FY10 cuts, start FY11 budget talks10/26/2009
At rally, Mihos calls for a 'Republican revolution'10/20/2009
Artisan/craft fair to support art program10/19/2009
Leaf Program Announced10/19/2009
First Church to celebrate Heritage Sunday10/14/2009
Characters inspired Karas to become a novelist10/13/2009
Young players celebrate a great season at Longmeadow Baseball Association10/13/2009
LEEF awards 36 new grants, totaling $120,00010/13/2009
Select Board and firefighters clash over shifts10/13/2009
School Building Committee decides it will be option 2B10/5/2009
State of economy leads to establishment of food pantry10/5/2009
Dutcher pledges his services9/30/2009
Parents make a difference at P.L.A.C.E.9/28/2009
LEEF takes a swing at funding more education grants9/28/2009
Skinner says goodbye after 56 years at Brightwood9/21/2009
Top three options for high school revealed at forum9/21/2009
LHS grad takes passion for music internationally 9/14/2009
School Committee releases prioritized capital projects9/14/2009
Teen weaves worthy cause9/1/2009
The Reminder has a heart to heart with Hart9/1/2009
Players bring their love of Ultimate to national championships8/24/2009
SBC hosts first forums, wants town's flavor8/24/2009
Red Stair Gallery artwork to Calm the Summer Storm8/20/2009
Vintage Base Ball scheduled for next week8/18/2009
Transportation fees announced8/18/2009
Town makes more than $30K on first property auction since 20038/18/2009
Six Trinity baseball players and head coach earn post-season honors8/12/2009
Mobil Garage approved to go ahead with canopy plans8/12/2009
Unique arts camp aims to help Ugandan orphans8/3/2009
Fitzgerald named to Board of Trustees7/27/2009
Longmeadow students take the stage in 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'7/27/2009
Church unanimously appoints Boisvert new associate pastor7/27/2009
Longmeadow location celebrates KinderCare's 40th anniversary7/20/2009
JA honors Wesson with Lifetime Achievement Award7/13/2009
Sitler receives alumni award from her alma mater 7/13/2009
Brain injury survivor hosting race to benefit BIA-MA7/13/2009
Select Board mulls proposition to install red light cameras7/7/2009
Longmeadow middle schools jazz ensembles perform at Adult Center7/7/2009
Local student running his own business this summer7/7/2009
Center Elementary School selects new principal6/29/2009
Scheiper is a leader6/29/2009
Registration celebration at Storrs Library6/16/2009
New faces elected to Select Board and School Committee6/15/2009
Artist elevates his passion through Red Stair6/15/2009
Randall is 2009 Maternal Association scholarship recipient6/8/2009
Future lacrosse stars grow up in youth program6/8/2009
Finalists chosen for Center School principal6/8/2009
Graduates return to alma mater to relay college experience6/1/2009
Police officer speaks about time in Afghanistan6/1/2009
Program exposes the dangers of 'sexting'5/26/2009
Police Chief Bob Danio retires after 39 years of service5/26/2009
Youth raises funds for cause close to her heart5/26/2009
Glenbrook students share passion for recycling5/18/2009
Brunette announces candidacy5/11/2009
Students invite you to enjoy a few laughs at 'No Funny Stuff'5/11/2009
Long Meddowe Days to celebrate 30 years5/11/2009
'American grandmother' honored as Unsung Heroine5/4/2009
Voters approve FY10 budget, despite calls for adjournment5/4/2009
Siano to step up as police chief4/27/2009
Father-daughter duo fought liver disease together4/27/2009
Education Club lends a hand to Springfield school4/27/2009
Contest encourages students to talk politics4/20/2009
Sports Council sponsors candidate forum4/14/2009
Town Green rules outline almost complete4/14/2009
Twin Hills to reopen, host Tee Party4/14/2009
Introducing Longmeadow Select Board candidates4/6/2009
LDTC breakfast brings out Democratic heavyweights4/6/2009
Pendleton weaving American spirit 3/30/2009
Longmeadow Community Television provides entertainment, education and more3/23/2009
Proposed FY10 budget approved by Select Board3/23/2009
LDTC to honor new state rep and White House aide3/23/2009
'Beauty and the Beast' musical comes to the LHS stage3/16/2009
Celebration of Youth Art Month continues to grow at Kiddly Winks3/16/2009
Bay Path student links Longmeadow to Barra3/9/2009
Book drive to benefit needy students in Nigeria3/9/2009
Capital planning project recommendations presented to Select Board3/9/2009
Cold No More coat drive a success for students3/2/2009
Town Manager presents early balanced budget3/2/2009
Hampden Bank donation supports Destiny Library Program at two schools2/23/2009
School Building Committee gives update on progress2/23/2009
Enjoy dinner and a show at Longmeadow High2/23/2009
Health or music?2/17/2009
LHS ski team takes PVIAC title2/16/2009
Support special education at 'March Mingle'2/16/2009
Select Board to consider new water and sewer rates2/16/2009
Select Board to decide what is allowed on Green2/9/2009
School Committee lists positions to be cut at budget hearing2/9/2009
Beloved Bay Path preschool to close at the end of the school year2/9/2009
Trip helps students learn life lessons2/9/2009
Diary of a new state representative2/2/2009
Ashe to remain on Select Board through budget season2/2/2009
CPC gathering input on proposed projects2/2/2009
Glenbrook students teach those at Wolf Swamp via videoconferencing1/26/2009
Register for Storytime series at Storrs1/21/2009
Live broadcast of Rabbi Steinsaltz at LYA1/19/2009
Longmeadow Select Board announces meeting dates1/15/2009
Adult Center to host pneumonia clinic1/13/2009
Chamber Music Society to present winter concert1/13/2009
Ashe has yet to resign from Select Board1/12/2009
Father Larry nominated for Bishop Coadjutor position1/5/2009
Trip provides students with a unique view of America1/5/2009
High school pool closed until January, despite 'unblockable' drains12/29/2008
Lincoln ready to resign as Center School principal12/29/2008
Longmeadow native knew he wanted to volunteer overseas12/22/2008
CPC to mull over $85,140 in requested grants12/15/2008
LEEF gala fundraising exceeds expectations12/15/2008
Select Board approves increase of ambulance fees12/8/2008
Atheist finds faith later in life12/8/2008
Longmeadow offers senior services program12/5/2008
Economic climate may defer reinstatement of curriculum12/1/2008
Select Board settles on single tax rate for next fiscal year11/24/2008
Annual stroll honors those who have passed away11/24/2008
Christmas fair returns to the green on Dec. 611/17/2008
Rotary Club aims to gather four tons of food for Open Pantry11/17/2008
Question 4 approved by 2,098 votes11/10/2008
Student to student: Fair makes learning fun11/10/2008
Committee goes for the gold11/3/2008
Town meeting approves feasibility study funding11/3/2008
Ashe and Scibelli participate in Q&A session10/27/2008
Donator gets to see grant in action at Glenbrook10/27/2008
SBC hosts last public forum before meeting and elections10/27/2008
Math teacher fits big time acting gigs into the equation10/20/2008
School project moving forward with help of residents10/20/2008
Concert to benefit Cell Phones for Soldiers10/20/2008
Longmeadow ready to celebrate 225 years10/14/2008
Shames promises Hebrew melodies at annual dinner10/14/2008
LEEF awards 16 new grants to teachers district wide10/6/2008
Business helps preserve family histories9/30/2008
Organizers gearing up for 2008 LEEF Gala9/29/2008
Johnny Appleseed Festival returns to Storrs Library9/22/2008
Board's meeting is kick off to budget season9/22/2008
B'nai Jacob's merging a bittersweet affair9/22/2008
State rep candidates meet with voters at Adult Center9/15/2008
Longmeadow Volunteers cleaning one field at at time9/9/2008
Longmeadow Volunteers cleaning one field at at time9/9/2008
Newcomers' Club to host open house for new residents9/2/2008
Changes and plans are in place for start of the school year9/2/2008
School Building Committee approves request for owners project manager9/2/2008
Select Board establishes goals for FY108/25/2008
Select Board tackles energy cost issues at meeting8/25/2008
Holmes hopes to revitalize Longmeadow Lions Club8/19/2008
Study leads to recommendation of new DPW site8/11/2008
PTO aims to have new playground surface8/11/2008
Wray appointed to School Committee seat8/5/2008
Zach Williams Band set to return to the Iron Horse8/1/2008
Turn trash into art for 'Junk-A-Rama' contest7/21/2008
Officer wants to give back to those who serve the community7/14/2008
Select Board focuses on maintenance at close of fiscal year7/7/2008
Assessment aims to put charter in perspective7/7/2008
Students experiment on how to save energy7/7/2008
Teens' commercial places second in state6/30/2008
Candidates chosen for High School Building Committee6/30/2008
Local consultant to give talk on the college process6/23/2008
Nine interviewed for School Building Committee6/23/2008
Duquette to put his 'Duqs up' with new talk show6/23/2008
JGS to host first ever Cross-Crestview Race6/23/2008
New Day offers a new way for younger generations to worship6/23/2008
Contest makes important donation in honor of late student6/16/2008
Students explore natural wonders thanks to grant6/16/2008
The Donnellys make giving a family affair6/16/2008
Barkett is a shoe-in at town elections6/16/2008
Capital Planning chair explains debt exclusion reasoning6/9/2008
Art teacher Carolyn Reid honored with print donation6/9/2008
District gains two new principals6/2/2008
Buy a book or a brownie, send parishioners to World Youth Day6/2/2008
Annual walk and 5K run to support St. Mary's Academy6/2/2008
Annual home tour raises funds for Center School6/2/2008
Petitioners want separate water and sewer commissioners5/27/2008
Team brings old era base ball to a new generation5/27/2008
Hal Haberman leaving Select Board after 12 years5/27/2008
'No Funny Stuff' is going on in Longmeadow5/19/2008
LHS students learn sobering lesson about teen drinking5/19/2008
Long Meddowe Days promises to be fun family affair5/12/2008
Citizen of the Year5/6/2008
Colonel James M. Linder to speak at Long Meddowe Days5/5/2008
Budget set at marathon meeting5/5/2008
Fairy Festival brings day of enchantment4/28/2008
LHS students dodge, duck, dip, dive, dodge and donate4/21/2008
Longmeadow adding new canine citizen4/15/2008
Candaras is Democrat of the Year4/15/2008
Heritage Academy performance to benefit homeless animals4/14/2008
Is Longmeadow falling apart?4/14/2008
Phoning in the funds: LEEF fundraiser a success4/7/2008
Jo Sallins and company to rock LHS4/7/2008
Twenty-five fire hydrants don't work in town4/1/2008
Drive-thru proposal drives concerned residents to hearing3/31/2008
Glenbrook student honors grandfather in ALS Assc. event3/25/2008
Resident wants to ensure Longmeadow stays green3/25/2008
Fill up a handmade bowl to help the hungry3/18/2008
Longmeadow children set world records3/18/2008
Community gives back by reading aloud at LYA3/18/2008
Residents vote in favor of refund3/10/2008
Balanced FY09 budget? Opinions differ3/10/2008
Longmeadow boy skiers end season with heads held high3/4/2008
CPC makes final decision on projects for Town Meeting3/3/2008
Girl Scout keeps a 'can'-do attitude toward her project3/3/2008
New book urges parents to take it easy2/25/2008
Women of Distinction honored for community service2/25/2008
Johnson to speak about the college process2/20/2008
Rogeness ready to retire2/19/2008
CPC working hard to approve projects for Town Meeting vote2/19/2008
Lewis tallies up country's future in solar energy2/12/2008
LHS grad helps to tread down cancer with trek2/11/2008
Water Commission helps explain why rates are so high2/11/2008
Visiting lecturer discusses sleep disorders unique to women2/11/2008
Longmeadow native Matt Chandler releases debut CD2/5/2008
Young @ Heart singer hits the silver screen2/5/2008
Local artist loves using color to make people smile2/5/2008
Souper Bowl of Caring to kick off donation blitz1/30/2008
School Committee brings focus back to the future1/30/2008
Celebration planning has begun for town's 225th birthday1/22/2008
LEEF grants in action in classrooms1/22/2008
New temporary water and sewer rates adopted1/15/2008
PVPC says bylaws need some reorganizing 1/7/2008
Long Range Plan discussion focuses on high school1/2/2008
New fees proposed for Longmeadow recycling center12/26/2007
Kelley family continues annual holiday tradition12/26/2007
Homes opened for school fundraiser12/17/2007
Stroll brings holiday spirit to homes12/17/2007
Longmeadow Flowers celebrates 50 years12/17/2007
Bay Path and association reach resolution12/3/2007
Annual LEEF Gala puts focus on education11/26/2007
Longmeadow recount confirms Prop 2 1/2's passing11/26/2007
Caregivers honored for their commitment11/19/2007
'Stroll for Strength' a memorial for lost locals11/19/2007
Override passing a win for School Committee11/13/2007
Vision session reignites passion for Long Meddowe Days11/13/2007
Committee puts fresh twist on annual gala11/6/2007
Special Town Meeting Warrant10/30/2007
Free workshop to inspire entrepreneurs10/29/2007
Management program benefits many10/23/2007
Residents talk fiscal responsibilities at forum10/23/2007
Teachers join to voice concerns10/15/2007
Willie Ross school celebrates 40 years10/15/2007
Students bring a taste of their homeland overseas10/15/2007
Local author shares at Storrs10/15/2007
LEEF awards grants for programs throughout the district10/9/2007
Idelson finds a home on the School Committee10/2/2007
Allen is top fundraiser 10 years in a row9/24/2007
Four candidates vie for vacant seat9/10/2007
Race to bring resources to disadvantaged in East Africa9/4/2007
School Committee approves expenditures8/27/2007
Bay Path program exposes young women to business8/20/2007
LYFA gets back in gear for fall8/13/2007
Commission: Knotweed not wanted8/13/2007
Nittoli leaves open seat on School Committee8/6/2007
Inspired sister fights for research through charity work8/6/2007
Swinging Shileighleighs shake up concert series7/30/2007
'Treasures' disappear at the Jasper Rand Art Museum7/23/2007
Local band hopes gig lead to many more7/23/2007
Select Board has light summer agenda7/16/2007
Youth learns leadership skills at conference7/10/2007
Bay Path College receives rebate for energy efficient renovations7/3/2007
Teen pianist kicks off Summer Concerts7/3/2007
Storrs- for a little magic with your kids6/26/2007
Renovations may be on the horizon for schools6/26/2007
Teens volunteer6/19/2007
Church aims to draw in the homeless6/19/2007
Lions Club needs more members6/11/2007
Storrs will be open for guided tours6/4/2007
School Committee overturns decision6/4/2007
Talent into business venture5/29/2007
School Committee makes positions permanent5/21/2007
Tweens sketch show5/21/2007
Artist wins top honors5/14/2007
Memorial Day service to honor veterans5/14/2007
Annual Long Meddowe Days 5/14/2007
Teens top off year of giving with visit from activist4/30/2007
Budgets approved, reviewed at meeting4/30/2007
Fair to focus on children with disabilities4/24/2007
Forum shines light on the state budget4/23/2007
Budding business helps philanthropy bloom4/16/2007
Presentation shows that school needs are not met4/16/2007
Longmeadow teen is new co-host of WGBY show4/9/2007
School Committee wants public input4/2/2007
Exchange club honors students who have overcome3/27/2007
Local girl's candy poem printed in Highlights3/26/2007
Residents fight for METCO3/19/2007
2,000 year-old scroll to be explored3/19/2007
Lipman to read from new novel3/19/2007
Lecture series continues on March 213/13/2007
Three-year plan presented at public forum3/13/2007
No end in sight for fluoridation issue3/5/2007
Coaches fight for tean's bright future3/5/2007
Marques celebrates milestone birthday with 111 gifts2/26/2007
Quintet honored for their contribution to the community2/26/2007
Budget balanced despite lack of funds2/26/2007
Panel to discuss exit options for Iraq War2/19/2007
New series to address poverty, climate change, hunger, and economic development2/19/2007
Board of Health issues statement in regards to ADA advisory2/12/2007
Longmeadow teen is part of council working to protect the environment2/12/2007
Town makes progress on capital projects2/5/2007
Acclaimed author Thomas Laird comes to Bay Path2/5/2007
Newcomer's Club makes donation to teen program1/29/2007
LEEF helps purchase 20 laptops for LHS1/29/2007
Music Society presents winter concert1/22/2007
Cash resigns as school business director1/22/2007
Public hearing on proposed building continued1/15/2007
Lauros keep Philip's name alive at Storrs1/15/2007
Program provides music during patients' last hours1/15/2007
Pay your taxes online1/8/2007
St. Mary's paints picture perfect project1/8/2007
Town issues RFPs for building assessments1/2/2007
DJST brightens the holidays for five families12/26/2006
New book talks about skiing history12/20/2006
St. Andrew's to host a carol festival12/11/2006
Gingerbread houses benefit Ronald McDonald12/11/2006
Board keeps single tax rate12/11/2006
Three articles fail at Special Town Meeting12/5/2006
LEEF gala raises $83,000 through auctions12/5/2006
Author provides strategies for conquering depression12/5/2006
Holiday bazaar to benefit HIV outreach11/27/2006
Local author says 'Get Busy Living Or Get Busy Dying'11/27/2006
S.B. adds warrant item11/20/2006
Members plan to buy club11/20/2006
Students taste a colorful world of healthy eating11/20/2006
LEEF Gala promises a night of dinner, dancing, and fun11/13/2006
Service Club donates turkey dinners to hundreds11/13/2006
Chamber Music Society announces 24th season11/6/2006
Store donates 100 pair of shoes to local shelters 11/6/2006
Rotary Club celebrates 10th Anniversary10/30/2006
Committee focuses on school safety issues10/30/2006
Official addresses safety concerns10/23/2006
Food drive aims to beat record10/23/2006
Cub Scouts gather at Wolf Swamp10/16/2006
Historical Society hosts Halloween event10/16/2006
Chamber Music Society season begins in November10/16/2006
Town forum focused on emergency management10/16/2006
Jr. Ambassador delegation visits Longmeadow10/16/2006
Parks and Recreation retrospective: the 1970s10/11/2006
School community remembers beloved staff member10/10/2006
LEEF awards over $119K in grants10/2/2006
Committee sticks with Hart10/2/2006
Mito-What? 5K returns Oct. 89/26/2006
Finance Committee and Selectmen try to improve communications9/26/2006
Memorial golf tournament benefits school9/19/2006
International chess master visits Longmeadow9/19/2006
Board makes exception for Bay Path9/19/2006
LHS GridIron booster club announces new partnership9/12/2006
Pneumonia shots available to Longmeadow seniors9/12/2006
Teens and 'tweens invited to Library9/12/2006
Moe Fieldstein prepares for another MS Challenge Walk9/6/2006
Resident appears in Opera House production9/6/2006
Subdivision approval is subject to conditions8/29/2006
Politician's tour makes stop in Longmeadow8/29/2006
Filling the boots8/24/2006
Booster Club hosts golf tournament8/7/2006
Filmmaker sets premier for newest short8/7/2006
Photo book will focus on centenarians7/25/2006
Sewer project to begin7/25/2006
Woman of Vision7/25/2006
ZBA hosts several public hearings7/25/2006
But wait, there's more7/25/2006
Daisies spruce up library7/18/2006
LYA announces summer program7/18/2006
Clogged catch basins worsen flooding7/18/2006
Town issues reminders for new trash program 7/18/2006
Residents may receive water line7/18/2006
Teen makes a difference at retreat7/12/2006
Maternal Association announces scholarship winner6/27/2006
Songwriter performs for families in Longmeadow6/27/2006
DPW needs residents' assistance during heavy rains6/27/2006
New playground dedicated in Longmeadow6/27/2006
Library offers program for tots to teens6/20/2006
Waste Reduction Program begins July 16/20/2006
JCC awards6/13/2006
Board will decide on tower special permit6/13/2006
Longmeadow elections results6/13/2006
Longmeadow BOH approves transfer station6/7/2006
School will benefit from Tour6/7/2006
Residents learn where candidates stand6/7/2006
Longmeadow skiers raced in Jr. Olympics5/30/2006
PTO hosts tour of homes5/30/2006
Town Election set for June 65/30/2006
School Dept. will destroy records5/30/2006
Residents discuss future of Twin Hills5/30/2006
Public hearing will focus on transfer station5/23/2006
Parks and Rec. history series continues5/23/2006
Town celebration returns May 19-215/17/2006
Fun Run will benefit school5/17/2006
School's condition ranked a '3'5/17/2006
Grady announces bid for re-election5/10/2006
Committee hosts 'Meet the Candidates'5/9/2006
Santaniello announces candidacy5/9/2006
Crosbie receives review5/9/2006
Committee conducts special meeting5/2/2006
Fine established for false alarms5/2/2006
Drama club presents spring production4/25/2006
Scout hosts CPR training4/25/2006
Fitzgerald announces candidacy4/25/2006
Schools superintendent resigns4/25/2006
Resident honored as Red Cross 'Hero'4/19/2006
Concert gives 'Songs for Seats' 4/19/2006
Adopt-a-Park available in Longmeadow4/10/2006
Reports: high schools are deteriorating4/4/2006
Birthday party benefits ranch3/23/2006
2006 Women of Distinction3/7/2006
Scholarship available3/1/2006
Runs for Moderator3/1/2006
Town notes2/21/2006
Patricia Moss to speak at Longmeadow Adult Center2/21/2006
Distributing gifts of love2/21/2006
Historical Society announces Spring Lecture Series2/15/2006
Superintendent discusses FY07 budgeting process2/15/2006
Field Club hosts platform tennis competition2/8/2006
Hometown Hero2/8/2006
Committee examines needs in budgeting process2/8/2006
Committee votes to not replace Choice students1/31/2006
Church celebrates 75 years1/31/2006
School Committee submits budget1/24/2006
Fund-raiser helps local Habitat chapter1/24/2006
They know their geography1/17/2006
Board members discuss budget format per new Charter1/16/2006
LCTV offers workshop1/16/2006
Longmeadow Little League sign-ups begin Jan. 171/10/2006
Yacht Club helps protect Conn. River1/10/2006
Superintendent highlights budget process1/3/2006
Celebrating Chanukah1/3/2006
Longmeadow youth contribute to Shriners' mission12/20/2005
Longmeadow native launches Web venture12/20/2005
LEEF Gala is a 'tremendous success'12/13/2005
Town forges ahead with consolidation plans12/13/2005
Organization gives young men 'A Better Chance'12/6/2005
Board of Health announces final flu clinic11/29/2005
Assessors recommend maintaining single tax rate11/29/2005
Open Meeting Law violated in Longmeadow11/22/2005
Longmeadow native pursues dream of doggie designs11/22/2005
Preparing for Gala11/15/2005
Flouridation article rejected by voters11/1/2005
LEEF will host annual gala10/25/2005
Board of Health announces flu clinic10/25/2005
Board denies request for Longmeadow Street property10/25/2005
Soccer Assoc. hosts equipment drive for Iraqi children10/12/2005
Historical Society announces next in lecture series10/12/2005
LEEF Grants awarded to LPS teachers10/3/2005
Fire Department hosts open house10/3/2005
Town Forum addresses budgets, staffing and more10/3/2005
Storrs Library announces clubs, programs for Oct.9/26/2005
Teen brings home eight medals9/26/2005
D.A.'s office investigates possible open meeting violation9/21/2005
DEP receives video of possible environmental issue in town9/21/2005
Students pitch in to help hurricane victims9/13/2005
Bay Path ranks as one of 'Best Colleges' in report9/6/2005
LPS announces kindergarten screening9/6/2005
Superintendent highlights plans for 05-069/6/2005
Church plans Day of Remembrance8/29/2005
Superintendent explains final budget8/29/2005
Children's programs begin at Storrs8/22/2005
School Department receives notice from OCPF8/22/2005
Water, paving are at heart of Dunn Road issue8/22/2005
Summer program's over, but there's still plenty to do at Storrs8/16/2005
Race will benefit Leukemia Society8/16/2005
Heritage Academy graduates8/16/2005
Teen rider qualifies for national championship8/8/2005
Historical Society announces dedication ceremony for gift8/8/2005
Board of Health announces pneumonia vaccine clinic8/8/2005
Recycling rep. provides look back at FY058/8/2005
Two residents receive promotions 8/1/2005
School hosts road race fund-raiser8/1/2005
Parks Dept. announces August offerings8/1/2005
Library wraps up summer reading program with party8/1/2005
Select Board announces committee vacancies7/25/2005
Date set for fall Special Town Meeting7/25/2005
Despite change in hauler, trash program stays the same7/25/2005
Town Manager discusses financial consolidation7/25/2005
Select Board conducts hearing7/25/2005
BOH explains virus risks7/18/2005
Committee reviews options for LHS7/18/2005
Pesticide raises concerns7/13/2005
Longmeadow youth donates hair to Locks of Love7/11/2005
Charter Transition team provides update7/10/2005
Crosbie explains integrated pest management system7/10/2005
Family events happen in Storrs Library's Discovery Room7/4/2005
School Committee labors over budget decisions7/4/2005
Maternal Association announces scholarship winner6/26/2005
Voters approve 'free cash' transfer to schools and town6/26/2005
Storrs Library announces 'Flat Dewey', other programs6/19/2005
Santaniello selected to fill Committee vacancy6/19/2005
Chill Out and Read!6/13/2005
'Friends' seek new members6/12/2005
Seminar informs town of law, potential conflicts6/12/2005
Board announces special meeting agenda6/12/2005
Dog complaints result in hearing6/12/2005
Board hosts special meeting to discuss school options6/5/2005
College files appeal of Planning Board decision5/31/2005
Override options fail5/31/2005
PTO hosts benefit walk/run5/23/2005
Select Board talks trash at meeting5/23/2005
Residents want to vote on override5/17/2005
Rotary fund-raiser provides over $4,000 for seat repairs5/9/2005
Nittoli announces bid for re-election5/9/2005
Library announces May events5/3/2005
Teacher receives excellence award5/3/2005
Duquette announces campaign activities5/3/2005
Graczykowski seeks position on Planning Board5/2/2005
Hoff announces bid for re-election5/2/2005