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West Springfield

Wall that Heals to pay West Side a visit 1/15/2016
O’Brien replaces Reichelt as West Springfield's town attorney1/15/2016
Condon elected West Springfield Town Council president, Griffin returns as vice president1/8/2016
Reichelt challenges West Springfield residents to stay involved in inaugural address1/8/2016
West Side earns Green Community designation12/30/2015
Coburn School in West Springfield recommended for MSBA funding12/30/2015
Community meeting opens up communication between non-profit, neighbors12/23/2015
Off-street parking ordinance passes, outgoing councilors honored12/23/2015
Lesser tours new LPVEC machine shop12/22/2015
It’s West Springfield highlights veterans’ benefits12/18/2015
Residents surprised by opening of non-profit in West Springfield neighborhood12/11/2015
Manuel wants to make new businesses welcome in West Side12/11/2015
Agawam, Westfield, West Springfield Garden Clubs deck the halls12/11/2015
West Springfield Mayor-elect Reichelt prepares for January transition12/4/2015
Richard: PARCC results will help West Springfield school district move forward11/25/2015
West Springfield Town Council settles on tax split rate11/20/2015
Public forum identifies priorities in community development11/20/2015
Public offers input for Memorial Avenue proposed designs11/13/2015
West Springfield students use STEM to ‘chunk’ pumpkins11/5/2015
West Springfield temporary library to close, move to new building10/30/2015
West Springfield continues fight against opioid, receives naloxone donation10/22/2015
Second Chalk Dust and Friends benefit set for Nov. 2010/16/2015
Richard presents West Springfield's District Improvement Plan10/16/2015
Finn, Reichelt face off in debate before West Springfield election10/9/2015
Study guides development in West Springfield's Merrick, Memorial neighborhoods10/2/2015
‘Hard work’ defines Bech’s campaign for West Side Town Council9/25/2015
West Springfield School Committee approves Special Services assistant administrator addition9/25/2015
Big E features new attractions, old favorites9/24/2015
West Springfield, family come to agreement, Brandon’s tree house will be built9/17/2015
Sister revitalizes statues at West Springfield monastery9/17/2015
West Springfield closer to Green Community status9/17/2015
Merrick Station in West Springfield opens, offers ‘community atmosphere’9/10/2015
Reichelt, Finn on final West Springfield ballot, Neffinger out9/10/2015
Big E in USA Today’s top 20 best fairs9/10/2015
West Springfield signs Community Compact with Commonwealth8/28/2015
West Springfield nonprofits host cycling fundraiser at Bear Hole Reservoir8/21/2015
West Springfield High School students complete summer program8/14/2015
Scrap Iron Sun lets West Springfield city councilor ‘cut loose’8/7/2015
West Springfield's November election ballot takes shape8/7/2015
Irish Cultural Center moves from Elms to former Elks Lodge7/31/2015
Neffinger, former mayor of West Springfield, announces intent to run again7/10/2015
Calabrese Market offers family-friendly stop7/10/2015
Colleen Marcus awarded WMRIC Friendship Award7/2/2015
PVTA increases frequency on P20 line6/26/2015
Partners opens temporary location at The Cup in West Springfield6/26/2015
MassDOT gets public feedback for West Springfield bike path6/19/2015
Reichelt, town attorney, annouces bid for West Springfield mayor6/12/2015
West Springfield Senior Center offers 50 and older job fair6/5/2015
Doup announces West Springfield mayoral intentions6/5/2015
SCORE to set up satellite office in West Springfield, counsel small ­­­­­businesses5/29/2015
New high school principal Perrone gets to know West Side5/29/2015
State Rep. Finn announces plans to run for West Springfield mayor5/22/2015
West Springfield presents $97.6 million budget in public hearing 5/22/2015
Richard interviews finalists for West Springfield High School principal position5/15/2015
Local manufacturing firms get attention at EASTEC5/15/2015
Pathways to Prosperity gets students on career track5/8/2015
West Springfield Town Council votes to approve Purple Heart City proclamation5/8/2015
West Springfield High School to celebrate official opening5/1/2015
West Springfield veterans, seniors can earn tax credit by working for city5/1/2015
Committee cares for West Springfield’s trees 4/24/2015
Public input need for West Springfield's new Open Space and Recreation Plan4/24/2015
WWII veterans welcome to serve as parade marshals4/17/2015
Gillen named principal of West Springfield Middle School4/17/2015
Catholic high school forum answers some questions, creates others4/17/2015
Proposed zoning amendment to allow drive-thru banks in West Springfield4/10/2015
Michael Richard named West Springfield superintendent4/10/2015
‘Engagement boxes’ connect caregivers, dementia patients4/3/2015
New Lands Farm seeks volunteers4/2/2015
Taste of Valley set for August3/27/2015
Lavoie set to retire as vice president of Eastern States Exposition3/20/2015
Subject of ‘This is Paradise’ to speak at West Springfield Public Library with author3/20/2015
Final three superintendent candidates announced3/13/2015
Finalists for West Springfield superintendent identified3/13/2015
Richard presents 2016 fiscal year budget for West Springfield school district3/13/2015
West Springfield Town Council approves deficit spending for snow and ice removal3/6/2015
Students encouraged to participate in Anti-Bullying Contest2/27/2015
City makes Front Street property ‘priority development site’2/27/2015
‘Open House’ fundraiser supports Boys and Girls Club programs2/20/2015
West Springfield graduation rates continue to rise 2/20/2015
Learning from past, opening up the future, Sullivan delivers State of City 2/20/2015
‘One Slight Hitch,’ Lewis Black comedy, to open at Majestic 2/13/2015
Forum starts conversation about addiction for West Springfield parents, students 2/5/2015
Big E is big business for Western Massachusetts2/5/2015
Kearsarge Energy partnership helps West Springfield and Southwick 1/30/2015
Second Winter Carnival kicks off school break with family fun at park1/30/2015
Neigbors don’t support Hayes Ave. zone change1/23/2015
Sullivan: Town will save with solar partnership1/23/2015
School Committee announces Anti-Bullying Week, interdistrict development1/16/2015
High school track opens to public on Sunday afternoons1/16/2015
New veteran services director takes over role 1/9/2015
Program gets families outside, exploring Mittineague park 1/9/2015
Majestic Theater stage welcomes back Southwick native for first-run of ‘Iris’1/2/2015
Taste of Lebanon offers traditional food, welcoming atmosphere12/23/2014
Planning for West Springfield's inaugural Winterfest underway, set for February 201512/19/2014
West Springfield Town Council settles salaries for 201612/19/2014
Screening committee named, first phase of West Springfield superintendent search12/12/2014
Former West Side resident returns home to be inducted into sixth softball hall of fame12/12/2014
Teacher writes children’s book on travels to Middle East refugee camps 12/5/2014
MassDOT announces plans for Memorial Avenue rotary12/5/2014
Boys and Girls Club Tour of Homes event returns11/25/2014
AP scores, participation on rise for West Springfield11/7/2014
Boldyga flies solo for 3rd Hampden District debate10/17/2014
Support group assists with loss of pet10/17/2014
Library fundraising reaches halfway point10/10/2014
Library fundraising reaches halfway point10/10/2014
Environmentalists host tire cleanup10/3/2014
Fire department welcomes two new recruits into its ranks9/25/2014
Electric car ushers in town’s green initiative9/25/2014
The Big E sets new one-day attendance record9/25/2014
Classic Burgers serves up a side of yesteryear9/19/2014
Park construction starts with Santa’s House makeover9/19/2014
Big E mixes traditions with surprises9/18/2014
Hearing Authority considers suggestions for animal regulations9/12/2014
Soupy for Loopy seeks golfers and sponsors9/12/2014
Council employs voting alternates for subcommittees9/5/2014
Police officers and canine partners make good use of buildings9/5/2014
Town seeks to ease frustration8/29/2014
West Springfield Town Council breezes through agenda8/21/2014
Rotarian cycles across U.S for charity, celebrates his life8/15/2014
Bat sightings prompt questions into rabies virus8/15/2014
Three projects culminate to revitalize neighborhoods8/8/2014
Long Trail on tap for Big E, three applicants seek one license8/8/2014
Storrowton seeks volunteers for Big E8/8/2014
Trust supports local educational and recreational programs8/1/2014
Town seeks public input on mill project8/1/2014
61st annual 4-H Fair at Eastern States Exposition increases number of participants7/31/2014
ESE opposes liquor license for Big E vendor7/29/2014
Council cleans house, moves a number of motions forward7/25/2014
West Side receives $900K CDBG funds7/25/2014
Town seeks volunteer participation7/18/2014
Couple spearheads ecumenical outreach7/18/2014
Council approves LED signs for Big E7/11/2014
Town establishes law department, welcomes attorney7/3/2014
Police department welcomes K-9 officer Pike7/3/2014
School district chooses PARCC6/27/2014
Police celebrate promotions, recruits6/20/2014
Redesign of Mittineague Park entrance underway6/20/2014
Make-A-Wish golf fundraiser makes dreams come true6/13/2014
CPC awards $500,000 to revamping Carnegie Wing of library6/13/2014
Committee discusses choice of PARCC over MCAS6/13/2014
Couples rededicate their lives to celebrate golden anniversaries6/13/2014
City Council leaves FY14 budget unscathed6/6/2014
School Committee chooses Richard to serve as interim6/6/2014
‘Taste’ Volunteers tend to last-minute details6/6/2014
Student patrol keeps playgrounds safe5/30/2014
Chromebooks for high school promote digital collaboration5/30/2014
Budget proposes streamlined staffing, ‘rainy day’ savings5/30/2014
School district considers move to PARCC over MCAS5/16/2014
PBS names geometry teacher a ‘Digital Innovator’5/9/2014
Library continues programs at its temporary location5/9/2014
MGM fails to find ‘fundamental inconsistencies’5/9/2014
Council on Aging’s fair to aid older job seekers5/2/2014
Judges rule unanimously in favor of West Springfield4/25/2014
Town pleads case before panel of judges4/25/2014
Public hearing postponed, re-appointments made4/25/2014
West Side employees band together to spread ‘hope’4/18/2014
ESE unveils modernized horse show office4/18/2014
Eastern States donation pushes trust fund beyond $3 million4/11/2014
FBI is not conducting an investigation into the chief of police4/11/2014
Students credit intervention program with their success4/4/2014
Scholarship fundraiser features psychic medium Lisa Lanno4/4/2014
Teddy Bear Pools files lawsuit against ESE4/4/2014
Fire, Police Departments take on teachers for a worthy cause3/28/2014
West Side enters arbitration with MGM to outline agreement3/28/2014
Town seeks to purchase property, move police substation3/21/2014
Town Council approves SOI for Coburn school3/21/2014
Students participate in annual spelling bee3/14/2014
Spill temporarily shuts down rail3/14/2014
Town accepts land donation, withdraws from purchase3/7/2014
Officials plead for regional consideration3/7/2014
MGC does not designate Eastern States as ILEV2/28/2014
Rough road ahead for DPW repairs2/28/2014
Police injuries leave department short-handed2/28/2014
Executive director leaves, will serve as superintendent2/21/2014
MGC suspends Eastern States ILEV decision2/21/2014
School district takes advantage of free training2/14/2014
Westfield Bank donation vital to public library renovation2/14/2014
ESE, Majestic seek protection as Impacted Live Entertainment Venues2/7/2014
Partridge returns to Planning and Construction Committee, delves into projects2/7/2014
Nonprofit aims to bring excitement2/7/2014
Program accessibility means success or failure for veterans1/31/2014
Infrastructural repairs needed to ensure safety of ‘Crossroads’1/24/2014
Council makes reappointments and grants easement to kick off the year1/24/2014
New school on track to open this February1/24/2014
Yoga studio celebrates anniversary with free classes1/17/2014
Health Department warns town about rabies case1/10/2014
Officials sworn in despite slippery wintery conditions1/10/2014
New Event1/9/2014
2013 in review: Area faces changes, challenges 1/3/2014
Town Council’s special meeting postponed due to lack of quorum12/27/2013
Simulator teaches students dangers of distracted driving12/27/2013
Bourque bids council adieu, dog owners given reprieve12/20/2013
Council approves $2.67 million bond12/13/2013
State grants improve and expand town’s open space12/6/2013
Care For Our Troops to become a ‘Hometown Hero’11/26/2013
Legislators say minimum wage increase would not hurt small businesses11/26/2013
Winter Wonderland descends upon the Big E grounds11/22/2013
Soupy for Loopy continues to support cancer research11/22/2013
Commission institutes application fee, delineates historic boundaries11/15/2013
Fundraising continues as council considers library bond11/1/2013
Officer fired after two-year paid leave11/1/2013
Author teaches parents that it only takes a ‘minute’ to teach children life lessons10/25/2013
Animal ordinance takes one step closer to becoming a reality10/18/2013
Candidates trade gibes during mayoral debate10/18/2013
Animal rights advocates protest The Puppy Place10/11/2013
Neffinger seeks second term as mayor10/11/2013
New high school on target to open in February10/4/2013
Commission seeks assistance from PVPC10/4/2013
Unico building expands opportunities for learning9/27/2013
Outdated animal ordinance rewritten for modern application9/27/2013
Town hires Veterans’ Services director and assessor9/20/2013
‘Heroes’ dance benefit assists Fisher House9/13/2013
West Side voters squelch Hard Rock’s act9/13/2013
Residents ‘Speak Out’ about Hard Rock proposal9/6/2013
Office of Community Development has big plans for grant funding8/23/2013
Town moves forward with evaluation of use for Elks property8/23/2013
Fundraising effort for library renovation continues8/23/2013
‘White Papers’ illustrate impact of casino8/23/2013
School district awarded NEA Foundation grant8/19/2013
Mayor ponders addition of urban park to Merrick section8/9/2013
CDC funds public health associate fellowship8/2/2013
Hard Rock addresses key concerns with public8/2/2013
Municipalities receive $31 million development grants8/1/2013
Elks home could serve as temporary library site7/26/2013
Voters to decide fate of Hard Rock on Sept. 10 7/26/2013
Public safety a top priority of Hard Rock proposal 7/19/2013
Host agreement gives town rock star treatment7/19/2013
Town seeks alternate funding to buy Elks property7/12/2013
Hard Rock conducts site tour for residents7/3/2013
Mayor seeks to increase sewer rates6/28/2013
Council submits its requests for the host community agreement6/28/2013
Sullivan discusses political platform6/28/2013
Council appropriates free cash for town needs6/21/2013
Grant helps launch early childhood program at CTEC6/14/2013
Additional funds needed to assist with tree removal6/14/2013
Two years after June 1 tornado Merrick neighborhood still recovering5/31/2013
Joint community meeting to address casino impact5/31/2013
Rebate applicants accepted before program created5/31/2013
Mayor denies harassment claim5/29/2013
Police captain remains on paid leave since 20115/24/2013
Town begins contract negotiations for casino5/24/2013
Trolley tour emphasizes traffic improvements5/23/2013
Flood maps updated, zoning ordinance amended5/17/2013
Mayor releases 2014 budget proposal5/17/2013
Mayor disassembles casino committee5/10/2013
Open Meeting Law subject of debate at meeting5/10/2013
Deputy assessor hired, readies town for visit5/3/2013
Grant sustains Medical Reserve Corps5/3/2013
Oath Keepers conduct Second Amendment rally4/26/2013
Commission revives its role in the community4/26/2013
Discussion begins about special election4/22/2013
Payant prepares for battle4/19/2013
Council approves rebates for seniors and veterans4/12/2013
Free cash funds vehicle for fire chief4/5/2013
Mayor chooses legal consultant to assist with casino research3/29/2013
Mayor outlines plan for productive discussion3/22/2013
Zoning plans capture neighborhood's persona3/22/2013
District schools host contest to thwart bullying3/15/2013
CSX addresses safety concerns in wake of accident3/15/2013
Budget cuts would further reduce school district's staffing 3/15/2013
Hard Rock resort casino proposal continues its evolution3/8/2013
Cassidy discusses motivation for resort casino3/8/2013
Practice of using hotels for homeless families dwindles3/8/2013
Gomez enters Republican race for Senate3/7/2013
Mayor discusses equal opportunity3/1/2013
Town fills vacancy for Animal Control officer3/1/2013
ITT Exelis to close local site in June2/22/2013
Library unveils schematic design for its new site 2/22/2013
Hard Rock addresses traffic concerns, sort of2/15/2013
Schematic designs for new library complete2/15/2013
Author shares personal hardships to inspire others2/11/2013
Mayor considers expanding animal control division2/11/2013
Attorney General responds to council's inquiry2/11/2013
Town seeks replacement for Cabral2/1/2013
Council rejects applicant 2/1/2013
Communication breaks down among officials2/1/2013
Petition calls for reinstatement of Partridge1/25/2013
Hard Rock plans may face legal restrictions1/25/2013
Mayor creates board to research casino impact1/18/2013
Hard Rock reveals its proposal for a West Side casino1/11/2013
Two-way options considered1/11/2013
Grant enables school district to update teaching skills1/2/2013
Flood zone designation made in error12/26/2012
Neffinger hires Rairigh as Town Planner12/26/2012
Commission grants Costco liquor license12/26/2012
Annual report fails to recognize service of former employees12/19/2012
Residents, businesses receive tax breaks12/19/2012
Tax breaks for veterans12/5/2012
Business receives fines after violating law12/5/2012
FEMA implements flood zoning changes for West Side homes12/5/2012
School district reaches out to students to prevent dropouts11/28/2012
Finn re-elected to 6th Hampden District11/21/2012
MassDOT unleashes 'Mega Plow' in time for winter11/21/2012
Funds revoked from campaign account upon ruling11/21/2012
Council appoints liaison to emergency committee11/21/2012
Mayor appoints Campurciani as next Police Chief11/21/2012
Local honored as 'Outstanding Recycler'11/14/2012
WESPAC hopes to raise $1,800 with Birdhouse Project11/7/2012
Architect chosen for library renovation project11/7/2012
Rail line needs met with a series of ventures11/7/2012
Naturalists open great outdoors to local students11/7/2012
Chief search nears final stages as interviews approach10/31/2012
Town hires assistant building inspector10/31/2012
Finn, Blackie square off at debate10/24/2012
Mayor disparages committee10/17/2012
COA welcomes deputy director10/17/2012
Abatement plan to help seniors10/17/2012
'Soupy for Loopy' Fundraiser just around the corner10/10/2012
Coburn Elementary School teacher honored10/10/2012
Committee to assess impact of Springfield casino10/10/2012
Council overrides veto to pass ordinance10/10/2012
School district's MCAS scores reflect improvement10/3/2012
Mayor vetos multi-member appeals ordinance10/3/2012
Mayor announces water rate increase effective month9/26/2012
Public Safety Commission proposes deadline9/26/2012
Funds needed to expand charity's presence9/19/2012
Town seeks to implement electronic permitting 9/19/2012
Chief search takes baby steps forward9/19/2012
West Nile Virus cause for concern9/12/2012
Automated trash pickup a feasible option9/12/2012
High School offers seasonal sports passes9/5/2012
Water line changes needed8/29/2012
Council seeks to modify appeals process8/29/2012
Mayor appoints Michele Cabral to dual positions8/22/2012
West Side Idols 4 singers to perform Aug. 178/15/2012
State Rep. Finn seeks re-election8/15/2012
West Springfield announces top three candidates for chief8/15/2012
Home Depot grant provides new kitchen to the Birch Park Outreach Center8/15/2012
Additional aid for tornado relief on the way8/8/2012
Town receives results of assessment tests for new police chief8/1/2012
Park entrance slated for improvements8/1/2012
Reservoir closure to last two weeks7/25/2012
Library Board approves Park Street site7/25/2012
Blackie calls for independent voice in 6th Hampden District7/18/2012
New assessor promises re-evaluations7/18/2012
Schools adopt new Journeys English language curriculum7/11/2012
Neffinger reports action on stalled rail bridge project7/11/2012
Council lowers proposed taxes by maintaining budget cuts7/3/2012
Zoning rules stall site redevelopment6/26/2012
Fausey School celebrates Flag Day6/20/2012
Former student 'pays it forward'6/20/2012
Neffinger sends vetoes back to council6/20/2012
Recent donation helps keep Parish Cupboard filled for summer months 6/13/2012
PSC moves forward in its search for new police chief 6/13/2012
State threatens to appeal commission's desist orders 6/13/2012
Brown visits White Hut6/6/2012
State ignores commission's orders on Route 20 project 6/6/2012
West Springfield remembers June 1, 20116/6/2012
Area Coke employees protest proposed outsourcing5/30/2012
Conservation Commission issues orders agains MassDOT 5/30/2012
AmeriCorps volunteers assist town with ongoing cleanup 5/23/2012
Neffinger opposes zoning change for Lyons Plaza5/23/2012
Garden Club plant sale at Mittineague Park May 18 -195/16/2012
Mayor taps Mattoon as Planning & Development director5/16/2012
Town Council gives provisional approval to library bond5/16/2012
Neffinger submits his proposed budget for FY135/9/2012
Committee OKs more school choice slots for 2012-135/1/2012
School Committee votes to fund current education level4/17/2012
Neffinger questions pace of two CSX projects4/11/2012
Planning Board continues Cumberland Farms deliberations4/11/2012
Volunteers sought for April 14 clean-up 4/11/2012
Appointments pave way for tax abatement work4/4/2012
Public invited to second public hearing on school budget4/4/2012
Route 20 project to present headache for drivers4/4/2012
Simulator time sharpen skills, saves money for WSFD 3/29/2012
ZBA OKs Cumberland Farms special permit3/28/2012
Tornado Recovery Center opens3/21/2012
Mayor begins budget process3/20/2012
Tornado recovery center to open on March 153/13/2012
Neffinger introduces Nicora as temporary assessor3/13/2012
Council rejects change to health insurance 3/13/2012
Colson chosen as new DPW head 3/7/2012
Board continues public hearing on Cumberland Farms proposal3/7/2012
Council continues decision on municipal insurance 2/29/2012
New home offers robotics team chance to expand 2/22/2012
Neffinger addresses recent firing in Assessor's Office2/22/2012
Former church land to be used for retail space 2/15/2012
Pub is the second abrupt closure on Riverdale2/14/2012
Warren brings senate campaign to popular eatery2/8/2012
Superintendent plans for school tech upgrades2/8/2012
Goodbye, St. Ann's2/7/2012
Record number of WSHS seniors receive Adams scholarships1/31/2012
Grateful mom runs to raise funds for Griffin’s Friends1/31/2012
Warren chows down at White Hut1/31/2012
Council to reexamine proposal for new public library 1/24/2012
School Committee receives report on curriculum1/17/2012
Neffinger sworn in as town’s second mayor1/11/2012
Library project gets reprieve1/11/2012
Cassidy makes plans for Expo as new CEO1/4/2012
New council to be saddled with library bond vote12/28/2011
Town hosts groundbreaking for new high school12/20/2011
Town council sets 2012 tax rates12/20/2011
Council continues hearing on library project12/14/2011
Zoning Board of Appeals continues gas station proposal12/6/2011
Town Council schedules three public hearings for Dec. 511/29/2011
Banking program teaches hands-on money management 11/23/2011
Neffinger elected West Side’s second mayor11/15/2011
Town clerk, storm spending get council OK11/15/2011
Storm changes West Side Veteran’s Day ceremony location11/9/2011
Board continues Cumberland Farms site plan hearing11/9/2011
Partnership for Education approves 20 mini-grants 11/4/2011
Council continues two proposed zoning changes10/26/2011
Hummingbirds inspire West Side nun to pen latest book10/18/2011
Construction bid awarded for new Clark Field scoreboard10/18/2011
School Department lists FY13 Capital Budget requests 10/18/2011
West Side Planning Board rejects home occupation amendment10/12/2011
Mayoral candidates square off in debate10/12/2011
Board to hear proposal for former B’Shara’s Restaurant10/4/2011
Family finds new fun at Big E every year9/28/2011
Council OKs second HVAC bid for new high school project9/28/2011
Bids expected soon for middle school field, camera projects9/21/2011
Town to offer free hazardous waste collection at DPW Yard on Sept. 249/21/2011
'Twisted' motorcycle ride to support tornado relief9/15/2011
Tornado recovery planning to get state boost9/14/2011
Planning Board discusses Aldi project without applicants9/14/2011
Group works to mend tornado’s wounds in community9/6/2011
School Department receives final estimate on high school project9/6/2011
Career TEC’s culinary program wins national accreditation8/31/2011
Hearings continued on zoning updates8/23/2011
Lutheran Services seeks bicycles for adult riders8/23/2011
Ride to raise awareness, funds for education in Africa8/16/2011
Neffinger makes bid for mayor8/9/2011
Life in Merrick returning to normal 8/3/2011
Big Y helps to rebuild West Springfield 8/2/2011
Construction Program grant helps library project advance7/26/2011
Presidential hopeful visits West Side7/20/2011
PeoplesBank gets naming rights for new scoreboard7/20/2011
School lunch prices to rise this September7/20/2011
Planning Board continues Aldi Grocery Store vote to July 207/12/2011
School Committee examines lunch policies7/5/2011
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture names local hero7/5/2011
Alternative healing to be offered July 36/28/2011
West Side businesses begin recovery6/22/2011
Skills Academy moving toward Sept. opening6/22/2011
The 2011 'Taste of the Valley'6/15/2011
Mayor's tornado relief fund gets quick response from residents6/14/2011
Majestic Theater presents two one acts June 17 to 19 6/9/2011
New canoe and kayak launch nearly ready for public use6/7/2011
Well main replacement considered6/1/2011
Budget hearing a bust5/24/2011
Special salute to mark annual Memorial Day ceremonies5/24/2011
Few questions delay vote on $104 million high school bond5/11/2011
Matthews to make bid for mayor5/3/2011
Skills academy gets first grant 5/3/2011
Public hearing on town building energy upgrades to be May 24/26/2011
Library to play host to high school's Art Honors Society student exhibit4/19/2011
Town receives MSBA approval on $68 million for high school construction4/19/2011
Gibson will not run for reelection4/12/2011
Volunteers sought for community-wide cleanup on April 164/12/2011
School Committee approves level service department budget for FY 20124/12/2011
WSHS students 'Draw On!' to create art together4/6/2011
Volunteers sought for senior center accreditation team3/29/2011
Council approves spending, grant requests3/29/2011
Gibson delivers to seniors on national 'Mayors for Meals' day3/29/2011
Explosion rocks Balise Honda3/23/2011
Planning Board reviews high school site plan3/22/2011
Three-tier school budget proposes staff cuts at all levels3/15/2011
MSBA to consider design for new high school3/1/2011
Women lead region promoting heart-healthy living2/15/2011
Flaherty indoctrinated to new position 'under fire' 2/15/2011
Fire department wins highly competitive grant2/9/2011
Welch brings tested practices to Hampden District2/1/2011
New legislator offers secret to being heard in the House 2/1/2011
Community watch program aimed to protect parks1/26/2011
Grant finances much-needed academic support services1/26/2011
Eastern States Exposition banking on capital improvements 1/11/2011
Library hosts final hearing for public input on new facility1/11/2011
Bourque sets priorities for presidency1/11/2011
Local man sentenced for child pornography12/28/2010
School Committee approves new bullying plan12/21/2010
Birdhouse fundraiser to benefit Arts Council12/8/2010
MSBA approves architect, model for new high school 11/30/2010
Mayor recommends 'necessary' property tax increases11/30/2010
2010 Equine Affaire to be a horse of a different color 11/9/2010
Finn plans to step down as president of Town Council11/9/2010
Forum to update progress toward new high school11/3/2010
Johnston lands job as permanent superintendent10/21/2010
Finn, Neffinger debate issues in 6th Hampden District10/13/2010
Johnston may land job as permanent superintendent next week10/5/2010
Gallery 131 adds 'majesty' to Elm Street9/28/2010
Open House showcases Fausey Elementary9/22/2010
Mancini to take ring against McIntosh for farewell match9/15/2010
Foundation to honor memory of Laura Sypek on her 16th birthday9/7/2010
Finn eyes seat in the House8/31/2010
Riverdale Street adult bookstore opts to close down8/17/2010
Republicans battle it out for 6th Hampden District8/10/2010
Big E preps for 'last blast of summer'7/27/2010
Town granted a million to revamp Southeast Target Area7/22/2010
Richard takes 'never give up' approach to high school7/22/2010
P.J. Care settles suit with Commonwealth over allegations of false advertising7/13/2010
Terrier takes leadership of the pack7/13/2010
West Springfield Rotary Club helps change lives of 50 Indian women7/7/2010
Councils pass inter-municipal agreement to regionalize all animal control services6/29/2010
Gibson has 'no clue' how to plug budget gaps created by Council6/16/2010
Taste of Valley serves up delectable weekend6/9/2010
Katelynn's Ride commemorates 10 years of raising funds to fight childhood cancer6/1/2010
Fans flock to fiberglass Fidos for fundraiser6/1/2010
Taste entices visitors to bring hearty appetites, room for fun5/26/2010
Majestic founder, educator to be honored for work in community5/26/2010
Gibson surmounts bigger budget challenge5/18/2010
New president leads entertainment industry5/12/2010
Housing Authority receives much-needed funds5/4/2010
Coakley files discrimination suit against landlord4/27/2010
Council considers $3.6 million bond for upgrades 4/27/2010
West Springfield Democrat enters race for Senate4/20/2010
Stella Kalamarakis next to lead the West Springfield Rotary Club4/14/2010
Parish Cupboard hopes 13 is lucky year for donations4/14/2010
Student ambassador sets out to save the world4/6/2010
Storrowton to offer slate of early-American craft classes that teach specialty skills 4/5/2010
Soupy for Loopy funds child cancer vaccine3/31/2010
West Side asks residents to lend a 'helping hand'3/23/2010
Senate seat may be up for grabs3/17/2010
Terriers Around Town to unveil first 'naked' puppy3/4/2010
Residents announce bid for seat in Legislature3/3/2010
King Henry, Thomas Moore stage battle of morals at Majestic Theater2/23/2010
Councilor to get in celebrity ring2/17/2010
Student earns honors for humanitarian service2/10/2010
Locals continue effort to rebuild south after Katrina 2/2/2010
Gibson keeps pace at Town Hall1/26/2010
Liberty Tax Service helps those who fear filing1/19/2010
Town Council gains fresh faces, perspective1/13/2010
Gibson begins fifth term1/5/2010
Volleyball player digs deep for record-breaking year12/29/2009
Brightside unveils masterpiece12/15/2009
Tighe handles the challenges at Cupboard 12/1/2009
Glimmers of good economic news can't alleviate fears of the future11/25/2009
Recount confirms Election Day results11/25/2009
Town Council weighs benefits of tax shift11/25/2009
Boudo refuses to give up bid for mayor11/11/2009
KosherKeepers winner for kosher kitchens11/3/2009
Bid for eligible bachelors to benefit Shriners Hospital10/27/2009
Mayoral candidates all business at debate10/20/2009
Equine Affaire celebrates majesty of horsemanship10/13/2009
'Angels on wheels' gather for Toy Run 10/6/2009
School system to kick off new creative arts initiative10/6/2009
Parish Cupboard to come under new management9/29/2009
Scuderi Group proves green technology works9/22/2009
Gibson to run for fifth term against Boudo9/15/2009
New after school program forced to delay opening9/8/2009
Reading incentives boost totals for fundraising effort8/25/2009
Majestic Theater to raffle off classic collectibles as fundraiser8/12/2009
The Big E plans on being a 'stay-cation' destination8/4/2009
Pan-Massachusetts Challenge pedals toward a cure for cancer 7/28/2009
Miss Massachusetts to begin new reign in her life's history7/21/2009
Scuderi Group gets closer to completing greener engine7/14/2009
West Springfield 'dumping ground' for homeless7/7/2009
Eastern States awards student for academic accomplishments7/7/2009
Local woman dedicates business to town, mother6/30/2009
Taste of the Valley brings amusement to all ages6/16/2009
Town officials 'prepare for the worst' long-term6/9/2009
Enjoy Art in the Garden on June 66/3/2009
Incumbents announce re-election plans6/2/2009
Annual Taste of the Valley to bring international flair5/26/2009
Katelynn's Ride continues fight against childhood cancer5/19/2009
Gibson: FY10 budget 'most challenging' of career5/13/2009
Local non-profit funds MSKCC drug trial to cure pediatric cancer5/13/2009
Engine 'exhausts' Otto technology5/5/2009
Mother of four pioneers new childcare program for tweens4/28/2009
McCary to build synergy between OABA, Eastern States Exposition4/28/2009
'Competition steep' at CTEC's Auto Detailing Week4/21/2009
Lennon and McCartney together again at the Majestic4/14/2009
Bhutanese, Iraqi refugees share quest for a new life in America4/14/2009
Interest in history could 'lighten the load' of college payments4/14/2009
Parish Cupboard has dismal fundraising results4/14/2009
Brightside looking for volunteers to make a difference for children3/31/2009
'Loopy Foundation' funds new drug trial3/31/2009
Benefit to blow roof off Geraldine's Night Club3/24/2009
Residents assured emergency services remain intact, despite budget cuts3/24/2009
test page3/18/2009
Parish Cupboard to use annual fundraiser as thermometer for giving3/18/2009
Neighborhood welcomes refugees with open arms3/10/2009
Library employees take budget matters into their own hands3/3/2009
Town promotes free concerts during difficult economy2/24/2009
Locals make giving season an all-year campaign2/17/2009
Locals to bike 100 miles to aid Malawi, Africa2/17/2009
New Web site makes networking a mouse click away2/11/2009
Miss Massachusetts graceful at Miss America Pageant2/3/2009
Couple brings Christianity back to its roots1/27/2009
Legislators disagree on new pay raise1/21/2009
Show to bridge gap between news and consumers1/21/2009
Crossroads Community Church aids locals in recapturing their faith 1/14/2009
New Year signals trouble for food pantries1/14/2009
Monthly peace service to honor Dr. King's memory1/14/2009
Company grants Christmas wish for family in need1/6/2009
SOFA to return to WSHS on March 1812/30/2008
Miss Massachusetts vying for Miss America crown12/22/2008
Rotary Clubs dedicated to ShelterBox's global aid mission12/16/2008
Majestic to fill 2009 stage with swooning lumberjacks and Beatles12/16/2008
Military veteran to speak candidly of war12/9/2008
Mother to honor fallen son as part of Worldwide Candle Lighting12/9/2008
LPVEC pioneers new mentor program to aid students12/3/2008
Economic downturn doesn't dampen holiday spirit11/25/2008
Yuletide cheer to engulf Storrowton Village Museum11/25/2008
'Needlers' stitch together the religious divide 11/18/2008
Library to host book talk11/12/2008
Author challenges faith with her latest book11/11/2008
Mother, daughter strive to end plight of Malawians11/4/2008
Equine Affaire to 'celebrate the horse'11/4/2008
Rotary Club 'inundated' with funding applications due to economy11/4/2008
Parish Cupboard calls on community for aid10/28/2008
Homeowners to receive a helping hand10/21/2008
Friends of Lagodich to honor his commitment to job, community 10/14/2008
CROP Hunger Walk strives to eliminate starvation 10/6/2008
Small gestures may lead to 'gallons of hope'9/30/2008
Humanitarian strives to change piece of world9/23/2008
Billy's Malawi Project continues efforts in U.S.9/15/2008
'Miraculous work' raises curtain at Majestic9/8/2008
Valley communities kick off campaign for United Way9/8/2008
Rotary Records loops into West Side9/2/2008
One woman's loss prompts change for thousands8/26/2008
Grace Lutheran's 'Mission of Hope' sends African students to school8/19/2008
Town receives record MIIA insurance credit8/13/2008
Project Bread helps offset rising costs of meal program8/5/2008
Southwick and West Springfield gain critical funding8/5/2008
Fendline reinvigorated despite loss in contest to open for Coldplay7/29/2008
Countdown to Big E begins7/29/2008
Fendline loses battle for dream gig at Garden7/22/2008
Fendline inches toward dream gig 7/16/2008
Master Plan Committee gains vital public input 7/15/2008
Western Mass. resident eyes Miss America crown 7/15/2008
Annual fair encourages youth life skills development7/14/2008
New legislative caucus to revitalize 'Gateway Cities'7/1/2008
Course teaches young girls the 'fundamentals' of life 6/24/2008
Storrowton Village translates 1840s into 2008 lingo6/17/2008
Master Plan Committee confronts tough questions 6/17/2008
Majestic Theater to feature rockin' summer lineup6/10/2008
'Celebration' spotlights public education model 6/4/2008
'Gypsy jazz' and wacky works of art to liven artist showcase5/27/2008
Mayors wrestle with budget5/20/2008
Bech challenges Olver for 1st Congressional District5/20/2008
Slumping economy inhibits NALC food drive5/13/2008
AAA celebrates 80 years of traffic safety initiatives5/6/2008
Stamp Out Hunger5/2/2008
Committee approves Piper Road improvements4/29/2008
'Operation: Slow Down'4/22/2008
'Arts are alive and well within public school system' 4/15/2008
Neighborhood launches anti-litter campaign4/15/2008
Human Rights Alliance bridges diversity gaps4/8/2008
Students 'play doctor' at annual 'Doc for a Day' program4/8/2008
Red Cross emphasizes disaster preparedness4/1/2008
Terrier House boasts unique education model3/26/2008
Financial strain projected for public schools3/18/2008
Students 'move mountains' with Dr. Seuss3/11/2008
Subcommittee hopes traffic will lose speed3/4/2008
Schools could see expanded arts education2/26/2008
Disintegrating dreams2/19/2008
Frozen in time, Storrowton Village relives colonial era2/12/2008
Play to 'enchant' audiences at Majestic 2/6/2008
Local youth follow Dr. King's example1/30/2008
Grass roots call for peace meets local opposition1/23/2008
Future of St. Ann's not set in stone1/16/2008
Veteran experience leads way for new term1/8/2008
Bridal Expo turns Bridezillas into Cinderellas1/2/2008
Town completes initial levee work12/26/2007
Van Kirk touches down in Western Mass.12/19/2007
Month-long performance series to aid Parish Cupboard 12/11/2007
Special Olympics recycling donations into 'gold'12/4/2007
Holiday spirit whips through Storrowton Village 11/27/2007
Agency continues fight against teen tobacco use11/20/2007
Gibson to 'stay the course' in West Springfield11/14/2007
Holiday spirit vibrant on Thanksgiving Day11/6/2007
Church hopes benefit concert will help save musical gem10/30/2007
Election clock ticking10/24/2007
Mayoral candidates to face off at debates10/24/2007
Medical Society fights against health care system in crisis10/16/2007
Ghosts, goblins and witches invade Storrowton Village10/16/2007
Billy's Malawi Project bringing hope to Africa10/9/2007
One child inspires community to find a cure for pediatric cancer10/2/2007
Sisters determined to find cure for Alzheimer's9/25/2007
Low voter turnout still puts Gibson in lead for mayor9/19/2007
The Big E kicks off fair Friday9/12/2007
Majestic Theater lifts curtain on 11th season 9/4/2007
Foster parents willing to make a difference needed in MA 8/30/2007
High School club striving to educate community about Irish heritage 8/30/2007
New attractions sure to entice fair goers8/22/2007
Big E shares fair grounds with "man's best friend"8/22/2007
Presidential candidate Gravel in W. Mass8/20/2007
Cinderella fantasies can come true 8/15/2007
Recent donors deciding to 'take a walk' with the Parish Cupboard8/7/2007
Let's meet the challengers8/7/2007
Children relive the 19th century7/31/2007
Red Cross sends West Springfield native to aid those in disasters7/24/2007
Father honors daughter and wins $5,000 at scratch game7/24/2007
Annual fair shows values of 4- H 7/24/2007
After over a year of searching church finally finds new pastor7/18/2007
Ivanhoe closes after 40 years7/11/2007
Company provides safe light for emergencies7/3/2007
W. Springfield native places 2nd runner-up 7/3/2007
Drive for the cure at BMW6/27/2007
Agency fights against teen tobacco use6/21/2007
Mother fights for new bike law6/21/2007
Summer season at Big E kicked off at Storrowton6/14/2007
Students raise funds 6/6/2007
Local Health Board petitions5/30/2007
Parish Cupboard feeds neighbors5/23/2007
Mayor proposes amendment on signs5/23/2007
Tour tracing history of Underground Railroad in Springfield to be given5/2/2007
Business professor speaks of living in Russia4/25/2007
Horses, stars and an orchestra come to the Fair4/18/2007
Strange is honored at School4/11/2007
Grannies are raging against war4/11/2007
Boys and Girls Clubs take part in week-long celebration4/4/2007
Immigration and Refugee Program receiving little aid3/21/2007
Dogs will labor at the Eastern States this weekend3/14/2007
Iwo Jima commemoration stirs up emotions of war2/28/2007
Questions are raised about proposed lot development2/21/2007
Teen center to make a comeback in the Community2/7/2007
Board of Health rejects smoking ban1/31/2007
First mayoral address happens for West Side1/24/2007
Citizens gathered to comprehend property taxes and abatements1/17/2007
Will smokers lose in private clubs?1/17/2007
Board votes unanimously to deny Dunkin' Donuts1/3/2007
Tax season begins with some noise1/3/2007
Two federal agencies ask cities for opposing demands1/3/2007
Local dance studio is visited by celebrities12/21/2006
Yuletide at Storrowton brings history to life12/13/2006
McDonald House is built by gingerbread houses12/13/2006
Robotics team is growing with aspirations12/6/2006
Dunkin' stirs up neighbors in opposition11/29/2006
LPVEC hosts its first Career Fair11/29/2006
A native of the city watches the world's health11/22/2006
Cignoli speaks on recent elections11/22/2006
Library hosts world travelers11/8/2006
Ceili Crew to sponsor an Irish Heritage Night11/1/2006
Citizens question proposed Dunkin' Donuts10/25/2006
Events coming up for veterans10/18/2006
Dunkin' hearing is rescheduled by the Board 10/11/2006
Local protesters on North Bridge call for Bush's Impeachment10/11/2006
Theater offers raffle to gain support10/4/2006
Locals spotted at Eastern States9/27/2006
Women's Partnership is working to bridge ages9/27/2006
"It's all about Josh" to benefit a future9/20/2006
The WSSC is to have an Open House9/13/2006
New director is hired for Collaborative9/6/2006
Seniors enjoy a picnic at the Elks9/6/2006
Parks and Recs to reconstruct pool?8/23/2006
Council refuses request8/16/2006
Art Show was no show this year8/16/2006
Mother Nature shuts down the City8/9/2006
Repairs call for caution from residents8/9/2006
Gandara is opening homes8/2/2006
Day House is open this weekend8/2/2006
Citizen calls for support 8/2/2006
Professionals warn of risks in short cut7/26/2006
New concept for teenage shoppers7/19/2006
Dog Days of Summer7/13/2006
"Tree of Life" will kick-off in August7/3/2006
UNICO will deliver BBQ dinner to you for Fourth6/28/2006
The results of the Taste are in6/28/2006
Skate Park is to be rebuilt 6/22/2006
Balloon Show takes flight at Eastern States grounds6/14/2006
EASTEC brings large crowds to Mass6/14/2006
Local chefs create flavors for palette6/7/2006
Miss Latina US to be crowned at Big E 5/24/2006
Couples honored for unions 50 years or more5/24/2006
Westside to have 'Taste of the Valley'5/17/2006
Commissioner of Education: 'Facility is first rate.' 5/11/2006
West Side Church will be depot for 'Gift of Heart' kits5/3/2006
Annual Fishing Derby to take place this weekend4/6/2006
Children treated to Bruins game3/23/2006
Taste organizers seek young bands for competition3/8/2006
Parish Cupboard kicks off annual fund-raising campaign3/8/2006
Basic training graduate3/2/2006
Library seeks young poets to participate in poetry contest2/22/2006
Concert presented by library2/15/2006
Benefit to help family with heart transplant costs2/8/2006
Local group hosts vigil to protest the Bush Administration's policies in Iraq2/8/2006
Bill would stop the illegal sale of cell phone records2/1/2006
ITT, Power Solutions donates $6,000 to the WSHS Robotics Team1/26/2006
The Scuderi Group awarded $1.2 million to develop new internal combustion engine1/18/2006
City officials look forward to their new terms1/11/2006
Heart to Heart Healing Connection offers energy healing1/4/2006
Veterans treated to Christmas party12/28/2005
Ecumenical Outreach Organization provides holiday meal for the community12/14/2005
High School Diplomas offered to veterans from West Springfield12/8/2005
Familiar faces return to lead at City Hall11/17/2005
Volunteers prepare for annual dinner11/17/2005
Urban Self-Help grant to help the city renovate the Memorial Pool Complex11/9/2005
Parish Cupboard seeks support11/2/2005
Veterans Breakfast to honor local veterans and essay contest winners10/26/2005
Friends host wine tasting fund-raiser to beautify the outside of the library10/19/2005
RHS event to feature Bob Webler10/13/2005
Ballot positions are chosen for the November election10/13/2005
Residents are invited to help fight pediatric cancer10/6/2005
Welch co-sponsors bill that would protect patients in long-term care facilities10/6/2005
WSC Foundation places bid on former Normal School building9/29/2005
J. Chauncey's Furnishings and Gifts to celebrate grand opening9/29/2005
Raymour and Flanigan seeks approval for new store9/29/2005
Sheila Pecor testifies in state house in support of the Kevin J. Pecor Act9/21/2005
Mechatronic Maniacs seek members, prepare for the new season9/21/2005
New program allows high school students to earn college credits9/21/2005
Planning Board to consider new Raymour and Flanagan9/7/2005
Voting for the Marriage on the Midway contest ends Sept. 69/1/2005
W.Spfld Parks and Recreation Department hosts volleyball sign-ups for residents ages 9-139/1/2005
CraftAdventure 2005 to debut The Quilt Collection8/24/2005
Most city candidates will run unopposed8/17/2005
Edible Arrangements will open on Riverdale8/11/2005
Eastern States Expo adds Visitor's Center8/3/2005
Budding artists participate in Park and Rec. summer class8/3/2005
Family concert series continues8/3/2005
Board of Appeals will host hearings Aug. 228/3/2005
Big E's new concert area will double seating capacity7/27/2005
Local company may receive $2 million for engine development 7/20/2005
Incumbents dominate race for mayor, Council and School Committee7/13/2005
Mayor Edward Gibson announces candidacy for re-election7/5/2005
Parish Cupboard seeks community support for summer fund-raisers6/30/2005
Taste is a winner6/23/2005
Rotary helps support Day House programs6/14/2005
West Springfield kicks off 42nd Annual Family Concert Series6/1/2005
Friends prepare book sale5/25/2005