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Wilbraham / Hampden

Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School Committee agrees on MASC for superintendent search1/14/2016
Unified middle school could save HWRSD more than $1 million1/14/2016
Bylaw changes could be come before Wilbraham residents at Town Meeting 1/7/2016
Subcommittee chooses MASC for HWRSD superintendent search1/7/2016
Wilbraham goes out to bid for senior, recreation space12/29/2015
Hampden highway superintendent to retire after 43 years12/29/2015
Hampden Hardware to close sometime this January 12/22/2015
Memorial basketball tournament for Joseph ‘JoJo’ Gorecki Jr. set for Dec. 26 12/17/2015
Wilbraham police station contractor bids to be opened in January12/17/2015
Regional middle school could solve budget woes for HWRSD12/17/2015
Horizons Restaurant to reopen under new ownership as Cima 12/10/2015
Pop’s Biscotti & Chocolates competes for small business award12/3/2015
Wilbraham to hire full-time veterans officer12/3/2015
Wilbraham & Monson Academy unveils Tinkerpreneurshop11/25/2015
Bethlehem Church moves to new Allen Street home in Hampden11/25/2015
Wilbraham officer certified to train K9 units, handlers 11/19/2015
Wilbraham could create veterans’ service district with Longmeadow or Ludlow11/12/2015
CPA funds sought for purchase of Mount Marcy land in Wilbraham11/12/2015
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District will pursue unified middle school11/12/2015
Salerno named executive director of Springfield Symphony Orchestra 11/5/2015
New Hampden solar array promises regional benefits11/5/2015
Wilbraham may enter into Abandoned Housing Initiative 10/29/2015
Wilbraham selectmen set fiscal year 2016 tax rate at $21.60 10/29/2015
Fourth volume of Wilbraham’s local history book series to be released Oct. 25 10/22/2015
HWRSD to host speakers to inform community on teen suicide prevention10/22/2015
Novelist Chrysler Szarlan coming to Wilbraham Public Library Oct. 21 10/15/2015
Task force recommends single middle school for Wilbraham and Hampden10/15/2015
Main Street site identified as top choice for new Wilbraham senior center 10/8/2015
Wilbraham selectmen vote to participate in second phase of RECC study9/30/2015
New recycling center could be built on Old Boston Road in Wilbraham9/30/2015
Link to Libraries celebrates donation of 400,000th book9/25/2015
Study: Modular addition not feasible at Thornton W. Burgess Middle School9/24/2015
Questions remain about viability of Fountain Park as senior center site 9/24/2015
Friends of the Wilbraham Seniors intend to buy land for new senior center 9/16/2015
Boston Road property cleared for new Wilbraham police station9/10/2015
HWRSD fills two vacancies of leadership roles with in-house staff 9/3/2015
Local developer hopes to build 10 housing units on Stony Hill Road in Wilbraham9/3/2015
Dedication of Amy’s Sparkle Park at Spec Pond to take place Sept. 5 9/3/2015
Hampden police station project goes out to bid for third time 8/27/2015
Wilbraham Board of Selectmen hire Reilly as new town counsel8/27/2015
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School Committee votes to make health insurance switch8/27/2015
Retired HWRSD teachers voice concerns about health insurance switch 8/20/2015
Wilbraham businesses raise almost $1,000 for resident battling Lyme disease8/13/2015
Gio’s Pizzeria in Hampden undergoing expansion to add full liquor bar 8/13/2015
Benches installed at town center mark Wilbraham's 250th anniversary 8/6/2015
Wilbraham Planning Board expected to make decision on solar array Aug. 19 8/6/2015
Wilbraham eyes meeting with RECC communities7/30/2015
Hampden takes stance on GreatHorse’s petition to increase water usage 7/23/2015
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School Committee could restore four teaching positions 7/23/2015
Foreclosure hearing for Belli's property on Boston Road set for July 207/16/2015
HWRSD will see increase in regional transportation money 7/16/2015
Wilbraham businesses raise funds for woman with Lyme disease7/9/2015
Hampden-Wilbraham School Committee explores option to increase health insurance costs for retired teachers 7/9/2015
Dr. Daniel Berneche celebrates 45 years in business 7/9/2015
Wilbraham Selectman Bunnell shares concerns about proposed regional 911 center7/2/2015
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren tours FloDesign 7/2/2015
HWRSD Superintendent O’Shea speaks out against high stakes testing 6/25/2015
Wilbraham publishes RFP in search for new town counsel6/18/2015
HWRSD curriculum director to leave for West Springfield 6/18/2015
East Street Bridge gains $1 million in state funding6/11/2015
HWRSD receives award for FY15 budget planning 6/11/2015
Fundraiser aims to aid family stricken by Lyme disease6/5/2015
GreatHorse tentatively sets opening for early August 6/5/2015
Task Force discusses regionalizing Hampden and Wilbraham elementary school students5/28/2015
Modular plans scrapped for Hampden police station 5/28/2015
Wilbraham residents approve $4.2 million debt exclusion for new police station 5/21/2015
Red Barn at Fountain Park reaches halfway point for renovations5/14/2015
Wilbraham Town Meeting approves police station5/14/2015
Four percent of Hampden residents turn out to 2015 Annual Town Election 5/7/2015
HWRSD finds budget relief, shrinks shortfall to $1 million5/7/2015
Hampden election ballot features two questions with little impact on residents 4/30/2015
Former Minnechaug swimming coach inducted into Hall of Fame4/30/2015
Residents approve Hampden solar array4/29/2015
Breault agrees to contract to become Wilbraham's town administrator4/28/2015
Wilbraham residents express concern about proposed zone changes4/23/2015
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District puts 15 teachers on chopping block4/23/2015
Fountain Park ranked as top site for new senior center 4/16/2015
Public forums for new $8 million police station begin in Wilbraham4/16/2015
Fate of proposed $8 million Wilbraham police station in residents’ hands4/9/2015
Nominations are in for Wilbraham's May 16 Annual Town Election4/9/2015
O’Shea: $1.3 million shortfall could mean staff reductions at Hampden-Wilbraham schools4/2/2015
East Street Bridge repairs could cost more than $1 million4/2/2015
Citing 'extremists,' Ducey resigns at Wilbraham Republican Committee at caucus3/27/2015
Fountain Park added to site list for new senior center in Wilbraham3/26/2015
Police Station Subcommittee seeks to reduce project by $1 million 3/26/2015
Give Forward campaign raises more than $10,000 for local teen with POTS3/18/2015
HWRSD faces $1.3 million shortfall in FY16 budget 3/18/2015
Wilbraham selectmen choose Breault3/18/2015
Rice Fruit Farm to reopen in late March or early April 3/12/2015
Wilbraham selectmen interview town administrator finalists 3/12/2015
Next volume of Wilbraham town history to be released this spring 3/5/2015
HWRSD faces difficult FY16 budget season 3/5/2015
New police station estimate a little more than $9 million 2/26/2015
Wilbraham's FY16 budget could be under levy limit by $412,0002/26/2015
Subcommittee will not pursue Wilbraham senior center at Annual Town Meeting2/19/2015
Soule Road School project could be delayed2/19/2015
Breault, Knapik, Gibson among finalists for Wilbraham town administrator2/12/2015
Antique store ‘Rooster Hollow’ offers a vintage style2/12/2015
MSTF recommends statement of interest for regional middle school2/12/2015
Selectmen to interview town administrator candidates2/5/2015
Modular classrooms a possibility for regional middle school model 2/5/2015
Tecton presents conceptual design for Wilbraham police station1/29/2015
Sports serve as muse for Weinberg’s poetry1/29/2015
Friends of WPA’s annual Free Chili Tasting set for Jan. 31 1/22/2015
Subcommittee tours potential Wilbraham senior center sites1/22/2015
HWRSD endorses position letter on Common Core, PARCC1/22/2015
HWRSD endorses position letter on Common Core, PARCC1/22/2015
District hopes to implement regional middle school by 2016 1/15/2015
Selectmen interview town accountant candidates, including interim 1/15/2015
Wilbraham United Players readying for two musical productions 1/8/2015
Preferred site for Wilbraham police station identified1/7/2015
HWRSD trying again for Soule Road repair approval1/2/2015
WMA students featured in Worcester Youth Symphony Orchestra12/23/2014
Builder sought for Hampden police station project12/23/2014
Two sites for potential new Wilbraham police station being examined12/18/2014
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School Committee approves transfer to maintain budget level 12/18/2014
HWRSD moves toward regional middle school12/18/2014
Fire Capt. David Bourcier appointed Wilbraham deputy fire chief 12/11/2014
Regionalized Hampden-Wilbraham middle school could save more than $1 million12/11/2014
Task Force to analyze all possibilities for future of HWRSD middle schools 12/4/2014
WMA faculty members contribute to iBook about global learning 11/25/2014
Yoga expert partners with local schools to develop pilot program11/25/2014
Wilbraham town administrator advertisement posted11/20/2014
Four sites identified for potential new Wilbraham senior center 11/20/2014
2013-2014 Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District assessment report presented 11/13/2014
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School Committee cites reasons for failed debt exclusion vote 11/13/2014
Wilbraham Police Department to present Citizen’s Police Academy classes for residents11/7/2014
HWRSD Middle School Task Force discusses possibility of regionalized school11/7/2014
Christ the King Church welcomes LGBT community 10/30/2014
Catlin and Petrovick Architects recommended for Wilbraham Senior Center study10/30/2014
Strings & Friends music ensemble enters its eighth year10/23/2014
Bid process for proposed new Wilbraham police station to begin soon10/23/2014
HWRSD Middle School Task Force assembles10/16/2014
Cedar Ridge permit amendment approved by Wilbraham Planning Board10/16/2014
Local rock band Humble Patients releases debut album 10/16/2014
Wilbraham resident inducted into Plasma Club10/9/2014
HWRSD ranked among top 25 ‘Best School Districts for Your Buck’ 10/9/2014
Wilbraham selectmen approve purchase of new permitting system10/9/2014
Gulluni speaks to WMA students about outreach 10/2/2014
Task force created to address decline in HWRSD student enrollment10/2/2014
Wilbraham Police Department sees dramatic increase in OUI arrests 9/25/2014
Tecton presents preliminary designs for new Wilbraham police station 9/25/2014
Wilbraham Community Garden continues to flourish9/18/2014
Wilbraham police officer and K9 raise money for police dog vests 9/11/2014
Wilbraham selectmen contemplate MLP manager position9/11/2014
Designer sought for Wilbraham senior center feasibility study9/3/2014
Selectmen assemble town administrator search committee8/27/2014
WiFi internet service for Wilbraham residents a possible future town project 8/27/2014
Wilbraham residents OK school repair borrowing8/20/2014
Conservationist John Cain Carter to speak at Wilbraham & Monson Academy 8/20/2014
New Wilbraham & Monson Academy head happy to continue calling Wilbraham home8/13/2014
Six-article warrant released for Special Town Meeting8/6/2014
‘Restaurant Impossible’ films at Wilbraham’s Abudanza Ristorante8/6/2014
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District restores positions thanks to FY15 state budget7/31/2014
Charter, Comcast promise Wilbraham customers a smooth transition7/31/2014
Charter, Comcast promise Wilbraham customers a smooth transition7/31/2014
Tecton Architects unanimously recommended for feasibility study7/24/2014
Committee to interview firms for police station feasibility study 7/16/2014
Selectmen prepare to set warrant for Special Town Meeting7/16/2014
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District could see budgetary relief7/9/2014
New evidence unearths Wilbraham’s involvement in Underground Railroad7/2/2014
School district reaches contract agreement with Education Association6/25/2014
Hampden-Wilbraham School Committee votes against PARCC6/18/2014
Feasibility Study Committee identifies potential sites for new senior center6/12/2014
Ducey unanimously elected School Committee president 6/5/2014
Butler resigns from Wilbraham Planning Board5/29/2014
Military wife, widow chronicles story in new book5/29/2014
Bunnell begins work as new member of Select Board5/22/2014
Minnechaug students host 5K in honor of classmate5/22/2014
Seeds ready for ‘check out’ at Wilbraham Public Library 5/22/2014
Voters approve solar arrays, school budget at Town Meeting5/15/2014
Voters to weigh in on broadband development5/8/2014
School district increases tuition to combat program cuts, layoffs5/1/2014
Bacon looks to future progress in run for selectman5/1/2014
Finance Committee chair makes bid for Selectmen4/24/2014
Schneider tries for spot on Planning Board4/24/2014
McCarthys of Wilbraham make politics a family affair4/17/2014
Residents to weigh in on $35,000 feasibility study4/17/2014
Petition calls for removal of Common Core from education frameworks4/10/2014
Finance Committee approves warrant article for feasibility study4/3/2014
Proposed bylaw amendment stipulates locations for solar farms3/27/2014
HWRSD closing in on new principal for Mile Tree School 3/20/2014
Selectmen approve deficit spending for snow and ice3/20/2014
Planning Board considers new photovoltaic array3/13/2014
Community weighs in on PARCC assessment pilot program3/13/2014
Lack of state aid could signal HWRSD job cuts3/13/2014
Caruana makes second attempt for Select Board3/6/2014
Baldwin honored with ASIS Law Enforcement Award3/6/2014
Wilbraham water to undergo new UV light treatment2/27/2014
Soule Road School honors Black History Month with arts2/20/2014
Russell to challenge Puppolo for 12th Hampden District 2/20/2014
Selectmen add two new firefighters to department2/13/2014
ZBA overturns Planning Board’s Hampden Country Club approval1/30/2014
Selectmen outline duties for Building Feasibility subcommittees1/30/2014
Schools, committee criticized for use of new federal common core standards1/23/2014
MRHS student burned by half-baked pot brownie plot1/15/2014
Presentation to detail district’s role in PARCC assessment1/9/2014
Program to educate parents on dangers, benefits of social media1/9/2014
Selectmen select Weston for seat on COA 1/2/2014
Wilbraham to receive $75,000 in mitigation payments12/19/2013
Suit objecting approval of Hampden Country Club’s site plan filed12/12/2013
Canine Club aids needy pups12/12/2013
Secretary of Education makes impromptu visit to Minnechaug12/5/2013
Old Post Road Orchestra to offer free holiday concerts12/5/2013
Team to take action on Wilbraham’s vision 12/5/2013
WMA, So Cool team up for fundraiser to support Xavante11/26/2013
Project Keeker getting closer to racing for cancer research11/26/2013
Town officials explore possibility of prolonged casino mitigation11/21/2013
Wilbraham officer becomes part of ICAC Task Force11/21/2013
Library’s Sunday Hours Pilot Program gains momentum11/14/2013
Minnechaug High School forms Guidance Advisory Committee11/14/2013
Candaras, Puppolo laud Selectmen for mitigation efforts11/7/2013
Selectmen opt for participation in PVPC’s impact study10/31/2013
Changes sought for dangerous intersection in Wilbraham10/24/2013
’Chaug student joins country’s elite All-National Jazz Band10/24/2013
Pearsall: Sense that casino timetable unfair shared by other towns10/17/2013
HWRSD: Common Core changes minimal10/17/2013
Epstein, Watnik appointed to Open Space, Recreation Committee10/10/2013
Joint feasibility committee to explore new police station, COA10/10/2013
Selectmen seek extension from Massachusetts Gaming Commission10/3/2013
New farmers’ market sprouts in Wilbraham9/26/2013
Russell brings back casino findings to Select Board 9/26/2013
Vision Task Force presents findings after two-year process9/19/2013
Road race, Oktoberfest to benefit Wilbraham Friends of Recreation9/19/2013
Easler named LaBrecque’s successor at WMA9/19/2013
Majority approves Wilbraham’s Open Space, Recreation Plan9/12/2013
Wilbraham & Monson Academy seeks host families for international students9/5/2013
School Committee accepts gift to buy iPads for autistic students9/5/2013
Police Department study complete, findings to be delivered8/29/2013
Selectmen to address COA?study this fall8/29/2013
Letters of review required for approval of Open Space, Recreation Plan8/22/2013
Selectmen approve promotion of two policemen8/15/2013
Officer returns to work after two bouts with cancer8/15/2013
Visioning Task Force continues business, community meetings8/8/2013
Guerin named to U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame 8/1/2013
Vision Task Force prepares findings for Wilbraham8/1/2013
Friendly’s Ice Cream Corp. celebrates 78th birthday7/25/2013
Wilbraham Casino Taskforce to deliver impact letter 7/18/2013
Rebecca Moriarty honored by state Council on Aging7/11/2013
Somers Road solar array on track for 20147/11/2013
Diocese secures new lease for Cathedral High School7/3/2013
Contract saves district $600,000 7/3/2013
Diogo appointed to Wilbraham PD6/27/2013
Agreement to save school jobs, programs6/27/2013
Renovated fire station officially opens its doors6/20/2013
Local testifies in support of anti-tanning bill6/20/2013
School superintendent stresses austerity for FY146/13/2013
Dufresne named principal of Burgess Middle School6/13/2013
Parade, dance celebrate Wilbraham's 250th anniversary6/6/2013
Select Board forms new casino committee6/6/2013
Balise opens area's largest Ford truck service facility5/30/2013
Building age, size necessitates new police station5/30/2013
Smith takes seat on Planning Board5/23/2013
Memorial School to be returned to town5/16/2013
Voters pass $35.1 million budget at 250th Town Meeting5/16/2013
Ortendahl, Smith to square off for Planning Board seat5/9/2013
Voters to decide use for Brainard Road property5/9/2013
Town Meeting approves marijuana center moratorium5/2/2013
School Committee attempts to prevent additional layoffs 5/2/2013
School district makes another try for PEP Grant4/11/2013
MGM Springfield representatives meet with Selectmen to discuss MEPA4/11/2013
FourFathers emphasize importance of dad-daughter dynamic3/28/2013
Resident presents proposal for Hollow Road property3/28/2013
Proposed FY14 school budget cuts 10 positions3/21/2013
Selectmen vote to explore solar array with American Capital Energy3/14/2013
Broadway Electric, American Capital pitch solar projects3/7/2013
Selectmen pick Aube as new Wilbraham Public Access director2/28/2013
Two firms to pitch photovoltaic array2/21/2013
Weitz proposes $40.5 million fiscal year 2014 budget2/21/2013
Pixley named Wilbraham Middle School principal2/14/2013
Neal talks counseling, school safety, gun control with HWRSD2/7/2013
School district receives estimated $83,000 increase in state aid1/31/2013
WMA students learn value of community service, water1/31/2013
Project Keeker races against cancer1/24/2013
Neal presents Fire Department with grant, tours facility1/24/2013
Second phase of 'Chaug project to be finished by end of school year 1/17/2013
Wilbraham Fire Station renovation behind schedule1/10/2013
LaBrecque makes 'emotional' decision to retire1/2/2013
ERC5 donates $20,000 to Minnechaug's Y.E.S. program12/26/2012
Wilbraham upgrades town's website to promote transparency12/17/2012
Selectmen appoint Mannix to Finance Committee12/17/2012
Wells to run 36 miles in honor of Ambrose's years of service12/10/2012
Vision Task Force to host 'Imagine Wilbraham Day'12/4/2012
ReVampit makes bid for Grange Hall with plans for single family home11/26/2012
HWRSD among 46 Massachusetts districts on AP honor roll11/26/2012
Elstein pitches Hampshire COG energy plan to Board of Selectmen11/26/2012
Town, school authorities meet to discuss budget concerns11/19/2012
Committee reveals growing need for new senior center11/12/2012
Selectmen pass single property tax rate for FY1311/12/2012
Chief Farnsworth: New police facility sorely needed11/5/2012
Wilbraham receives state grant to aid tornado cleanup efforts10/29/2012
HWRSD piloting universal screening program at elementary level10/29/2012
Women's Club dedicates tree in memory of Voss10/22/2012
Minnechaug students explore prom location in Worcester10/15/2012
School District receives grant to boost counseling efforts10/15/2012
School Department takes proactive approach to bullying10/9/2012
School Committee, selectmen continue fight over funds10/1/2012
Link to Libraries takes on new literacy program for homeless9/17/2012
O'Driscoll's to be sold to Paddywagon Inc.9/11/2012
Spec Pond revitalization continues to make progress9/4/2012
Town leaders get sneak peek at new Minnechaug8/27/2012
School administration releases reminders about new 'Chaug8/21/2012
School administrators move to new Minnechaug8/13/2012
DPW accepting requests for tree plantings on public ways8/6/2012
Wilbraham Planning Board explores benefits of solar array7/31/2012
Developer proposes new facility on Boston Road7/31/2012
Open Space, Recreation Plan remains a work in progress7/24/2012
Carnival for a Cure to benefit Brielle's Brigade7/17/2012
School district to preserve 'Chaug's past7/17/2012
WMA students trek to Amazon to study indigenous culture7/9/2012
Rothschild honored for dedication to melanoma awareness7/2/2012
Rothschild honored for dedication to melanoma awareness7/2/2012
Selectmen revoke O'Driscoll's liquor license following closure6/26/2012
O'Shea responds to student's allegations of drug use at Minnechaug6/26/2012
Hampden native explores world of young adult novels6/19/2012
Main fire station officially closed for construction6/18/2012
McCarthy to kick-off campaign against Puppolo6/12/2012
Minnechaug 'committed' to keeping Mandarin Chinese part of school curriculum6/4/2012
St. Cecilia's Players to present 'Godspell' in June5/29/2012
Republicans sweep Wilbraham Annual Town Election5/29/2012
WCM's Ruby Slipper Picnic marks one-year anniversary of tornado5/21/2012
Budget approved despite resident's objections to HWRSD assessment5/21/2012
Nominations sought for Student Ambassador5/21/2012
Visioning Task Force seeks residents' input5/21/2012
Voters faced with three contested races on May 195/15/2012
Buoniconti named Hometown Hall of Famer5/7/2012
Hale reveals NEASC findings5/1/2012
Fund-raisers could total up to $17,000 for Cathedral5/1/2012
Selectmen approve remote participation for boards, committees5/1/2012
Hampden-Wilbraham School Committee extends lease with Springfield Diocese5/1/2012
Western Builders confirms construction timetable5/1/2012
New by-law to re-open Rice's Fruit Farm4/23/2012
Construction schedule in the works for fire station4/23/2012
WPL completes yearbook digitization with Digital Commonwealth 4/17/2012
Country Club of Wilbraham still a ways off from new lease4/17/2012
Voters approve appropriations for fire station4/9/2012
Volunteers sought for Laughing Brook clean-up4/4/2012
Exhibition opens in honor of Fritz's life work4/2/2012
Special Town Meeting to determine fire station funding4/2/2012
Trinity's Wishing Star Ride to benefit child, family3/27/2012
Villamaino to be toasted, roasted at fund-raiser3/19/2012
Superintendent proposes $41.4 million budget 3/19/2012
O'Green Day report nothing but blarney, says HWRSD3/16/2012
250th Anniversary Committee seeks funding 3/14/2012
Special Town Meeting to decide funding for fire station3/13/2012
High school on time, under budget3/5/2012
Wilbraham Select Board signs latest union contract3/5/2012
School employee's pot plot up in smoke2/28/2012
Committee accepting bids for fire station renovation2/20/2012
Wilbraham native reunites with Rev. Jesse Jackson2/20/2012
Agadi resigns as chairman, CEO of Friendly's Corp.2/14/2012
Brady announces intentions to leave public office 2/13/2012
School Committee approves $4.1 million for new 'Chaug2/13/2012
Planning Steering Committee submits Visioning Plan2/13/2012
Parks and Rec. could salvage PARC grant2/6/2012
Traffic Safety Team addresses concerns on Stony Hill Road2/6/2012
WMA students cook up fund-raiser for Amazon healthcare1/30/2012
Benefit honors memory of Wilbraham resident1/23/2012
Parks and Recreation denied full $500,000 PARC grant1/23/2012
New owners to keep Hampden Country Club intact1/23/2012
Selectmen opt for expedited collective bargaining1/16/2012
Fire Station renovation project to go out to bid1/16/2012
Officials frustrated by lack of access1/16/2012
Kelly’s memory lives on through literature1/9/2012
Hampden misses out on aid for tornado cleanup1/3/2012
School Committee, HWRSD get jumpstart on budget process12/27/2011
Selectmen choose 25-year Wilbraham police veteran as new chief12/27/2011
Repairs to Adams Cemetery reach 80 percent completion12/19/2011
Committee discusses new MRHS building as emergency shelter12/14/2011
FEMA approves $1.9M in tornado reimbursement12/14/2011
Snowstorm cleanup cost surpass $4 million12/5/2011
Residents should see tornado relief funds soon12/5/2011
HWRSD takes back school days11/28/2011
Police officer makes surprise in-home delivery11/28/2011
Selectmen vote in favor of single-tax classification11/21/2011
Wilbraham Fire Department receives state honor11/15/2011
Town narrows candidates for police chief11/4/2011
Small quorum votes at Special Town Meeting11/4/2011
Demers to stay on as library director10/25/2011
Voter majority passes each article at Special Town Meeting10/25/2011
Tax relief unlikely for Hampden in fiscal year 201210/18/2011
Only three articles to be decided at Special Town Meeting10/11/2011
Committee reviews applications for tornado relief funding10/4/2011
Cathedral students, staff making the best of their situation10/4/2011
Wilbraham to begin its search for police chief9/27/2011
Cultural Council welcomes applications for grants9/27/2011
Wilbraham native stars in ‘The Other Soldier’9/19/2011
WMA teacher to exhibit ‘Vortex’ series at Binney Art Gallery9/12/2011
McLadden’s Restaurant Group expands into Hampden9/12/2011
Country Bank Playground breaks ground at Spec Pond9/12/2011
School Committee decides against privatization of lunch services9/6/2011
Federal aid, insurance to cover school repair costs9/6/2011
Candaras: Casino jobs are needed9/6/2011
9/11 memorial slated to take place at St. Cecilia’s8/30/2011
Restoration of Adams Cemetery after storms continues8/30/2011
Cleanup costs total in the millions8/23/2011
Cathedral welcomes change for students, staff8/23/2011
Town to disburse money from Tornado Relief Fund8/16/2011
Friendly Corp to donate equipment to Wilbraham Fire Department8/16/2011
State releases $8 million for energy efficient rebuilding8/16/2011
Wilbraham looks to finalize acquisition of Gazebo Park8/8/2011
Cemetery repair to cost about half-a-million8/8/2011
Wilbraham to foot the bill for microburst cleanup8/8/2011
Homemade explosives pose significant danger to residents8/1/2011
Diocese moves Cathedral students to Memorial School8/1/2011
Weather batters Wilbraham again8/1/2011
Selectmen, Ashe survey tornado damage in Hampden7/26/2011
School district awarded for budgetary excellence 7/18/2011
FEMA, MEMA deny Hampden aid7/18/2011
Curtin named principal of Soule Road Elementary School7/11/2011
Murder suspect still awaits trial one year later 7/11/2011
‘HWRSD Cares’ for those in tornado’s path7/5/2011
FEMA’s Disaster Recovery Center to close soon6/28/2011
Town officials make another attempt to secure PARC grant6/21/2011
Schools attempt to keep sense of normalcy after tornado6/14/2011
Fate of Grange Hall still unknown5/31/2011
Brown uses cooperation to address issues5/31/2011
Small majority of voters pass all articles at Town Meeting5/24/2011
School Department calls attention to the dangers of 'sexting'5/17/2011
Hampden voters override Proposition 2 1/2 to buy fire vehicle 5/17/2011
HWRSD calls 'audible,' restores programs5/17/2011
Town considers purchase of Gazebo Park5/9/2011
Group seeks to restore school music program5/9/2011
School Committee votes to refinance debt, save money5/2/2011
Voters to decide future of Boston Road development4/25/2011
Students gain cultural awareness during International Week4/18/2011
Master Plan Steering Committee disbands after first meeting4/18/2011
Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District finds replacement for Scanlon4/11/2011
Fire Department requests funds to replace outmoded trucks4/11/2011
Safety of Stony Hill and Old Boston roads intersection subject of debate 4/4/2011
Cramped fire station in dire need of renovations4/4/2011
Town selects architect for new fire station3/28/2011
Minnechaug band opts out of Elite Eight for All-State festival 3/21/2011
Board of Water Commissioners votes unanimously to raise rates3/21/2011
New school calendar shortens lengthy winter break3/15/2011
Tough choices to make as HWRSD faces budget gap3/15/2011
School personnel to be honored with Excellence in Teaching Award3/7/2011
Superintendent to present projected budget to School Committee3/7/2011
DeCarlo to return to Hampden court to face assault charges3/7/2011
Inventor takes on crime market3/7/2011
School district reaps benefits of timing with new building3/1/2011
Students go to Harvard for United Nations simulation2/21/2011
Johnsens celebrates 20 years2/21/2011
National Grid hearing to continue before Hampden Selectmen2/21/2011
Schools, other buildings safe, says building inspector2/14/2011
HWRSD to conduct classes in lieu of April vacation2/14/2011
Church member's birthday inspired collection for needy 2/7/2011
Changes to open space bylaws under study 2/7/2011
Assistant DA Forsyth to take over Girouard murder case1/31/2011
Wine tasting to support research, scholarship1/24/2011
MRHS bonding to begin before rates climb1/17/2011
Rick's Place annual fundraiser set for Feb. 51/17/2011
Selectmen reject purchase of CopLogic software1/10/2011
Fire station project advances1/10/2011
Park & Rec to offer popular 'learn to skate' program1/4/2011
Residents can now pay their taxes online12/23/2010
Woman to run Boston Marathon for Leukemia research12/23/2010
Parents invited to anti-bullying seminar Jan.19 12/20/2010
District students test above state average12/13/2010
Wilbraham's Guerin hangs up his skates12/13/2010
Ambulance purchase garners only one bid12/7/2010
Hampden Senior Center seeks to create dietary needs pantry12/7/2010
Business brings Australian wines to Western Mass.11/29/2010
School committee mulls early MRHS bonding 11/29/2010
Groundbreaking signals start of Spec Pond renovations11/23/2010
Town will miss Jesse L. Rice11/23/2010
Flags and bugles for town's vets11/15/2010
MRHS building costs clarification11/15/2010
Hampden Art Guild hosts annual show and sale Nov. 19-2011/15/2010
District seeks comment on bullying policy11/15/2010
School Committee exploring ways to reign in cost of new high school11/9/2010
'Y' to host a toy, clothing swap Nov. 1411/9/2010
Wilbraham PD releases sex offenders list11/1/2010
Hampden approves funds for emergency service upgrades11/1/2010
Wilbraham's PARC grant application denied 11/1/2010
Finance Committee to choose new chair, vice chair Nov. 3 10/25/2010
Hampden to look into voting machine10/25/2010
Residents sought to plan 250th bash 10/25/2010
Coakley approves changes to town bylaws10/18/2010
Academy positions self for global education10/12/2010
School Committee votes to restore library, special ed positions10/4/2010
Library now offers online classes10/4/2010
Boilard ready to tackle town's challenges10/4/2010
Minnechaug Marches at the Big E10/4/2010
New Friendly's CEO respects past, plans future 9/28/2010
'Rick's Place' moves into permanent home9/28/2010
Church plans 'Autumn Market Day' for Sept. 259/20/2010
Selectman candidates meet in one last debate9/20/2010
Minnechaug adds activities fee to balance club budgets9/13/2010
Hampden Library to host oral history project during Big 'H'9/13/2010
Planning Board suggests new master plan9/13/2010
Breaking ground on a new high school9/7/2010
Oct. cancer walk in memory of Mile Tree teacher9/7/2010
Rocky Mountain Wood Co. to create renewable energy business8/30/2010
Hampden Art Guild to host festival on Sept. 188/23/2010
Community gardening thrives in Hampden8/16/2010
DA to prosecute Hampden murder suspect8/9/2010
Fontaine Bros. to build the new Minnechaug8/2/2010
Brown gives Villamaino endorsement 7/27/2010
Circus Smirkus to liven up Fountain Park7/26/2010
At 75th birthday, Friendly's looks to its future7/26/2010
Investigation continues into Spec Pond drowning7/19/2010
Board amends substance abuse policy 7/19/2010
Parks & Rec unveils proposed improvements to Spec Pond 7/13/2010
Abutters learn about plans to deal with construction woes7/13/2010
Groundbreaking signals rebirth of condo project7/6/2010
Selectmen set election date, review Spec Pond plans7/6/2010
Local professor takes WNEC students to World Cup 6/28/2010
Corporate interior designer finds fulfillment in own firm6/21/2010
Board of Selectmen considers dates for upcoming special election6/21/2010
DeLeo wants to make Massachusetts more business-friendly6/14/2010
Former students, teachers bid fond farewell to Memorial School6/14/2010
Simkins house inching toward move6/14/2010
Water for Wilbraham6/7/2010
Selectman recount results in a tie; special election to be scheduled6/7/2010
Junior Women's Club recognized at state convention6/1/2010
Hampden anounces plans for annual Memorial Day Parade5/24/2010
Historic district, meals tax options voted down at Annual Town Meeting5/24/2010
Boilard to challenge Barry for selectman again5/17/2010
Hampden Farmers' Market ready for its second season5/17/2010
Plots available at relocated Hampden community garden5/11/2010
Re-elections and write-in winner are highlights of Hampden ballot5/10/2010
Class of 2011 to present 'Cowadunga' fundraiser5/10/2010
Federal grant allows HFD to purchase new radio system5/10/2010
WCA deciding what its next steps will be without Peach Festival5/3/2010
Voters approve budget, vote down CPA revocation and historical bylaw5/3/2010
Select board votes on licensing provisions for Interskate 915/3/2010
Artists sought for upcoming Big 'H' Festival5/3/2010
Hampden's Citizen of the Year5/3/2010
First Wilbraham Wilderness Walk taking place May 14/29/2010
Hampden residents reminded elections take place May 34/26/2010
FloDesign wins finance package for its wind turbine company4/26/2010
Breathe easy, pup4/19/2010
Board postpones decision on Interskate 91 license modifications4/13/2010
Former 'invisible child' visits Minnechaug to speak on Uganda4/12/2010
Valentine's Day event puts Interskate 91's entertainment license under scrutiny4/12/2010
Cahill and Craven present $47 mil check to HWRSD4/5/2010
Selectmen approve pursuit of funding for Spec Pond upgrades4/5/2010
Memorial School closing vote unaninous4/5/2010
Final hearing hosted before new school model vote3/26/2010
Republican Town Committee to host caucus3/24/2010
Have an adventure in the Green Meadows with Thornton Burgess storytime3/23/2010
Wilbraham woman working hard to show off her figure3/22/2010
Carpenter to challenge Puppolo for state rep seat3/22/2010
Earth-friendly deconstruction3/15/2010
Petitioned article to address revocation of CPA3/15/2010
Michael Farnham, 14, honored for action in emergency situation3/15/2010
O'Shea proposes new school model3/15/2010
Spear turns love of home decor into new business with Now & Again Boutique3/9/2010
Rick's Place wins much needed grant3/8/2010
Health Benefits Committee meets with selectmen to discuss unfunded liability3/8/2010
Working together, saving money3/8/2010
RAH getting ready to host their fifth annual St. Patrick's Day party fundraiser3/8/2010
WMA middle schoolers host penny wars for Haitian relief3/1/2010
Opera singer Diana Farrell returns to region to perform 3/1/2010
Housing study finds more affordable housing is wanted2/22/2010
First ever sleigh rally a success2/15/2010
Theater Guild to vamp it up with 'Chicago'2/15/2010
Minnechaug graduates find success with CampusLIVE2/8/2010
Shaw chosen as new WFD captain2/2/2010
Minnechaug students take top prizes at AIC's Model Congress1/25/2010
Family honors father while aiming to aid others1/25/2010
Local businesses to host benefit for Burns family Jan. 231/18/2010
Auction of student-made quilt to be part of evening planned to raise funds for teacher's injured son1/18/2010
Selectmen mulling over optional meals tax1/18/2010
Governor restores regional transporation funding1/11/2010
Hampden sets residential tax rate for FY101/11/2010
Wilbraham Police report narcotics arrest on Stony Hill Road1/11/2010
Police seek assistance in Boston Road robbery case1/11/2010
Superintendent hosts budget roundtable to update towns on school finances1/11/2010
Selectmen seek comment on optional meals tax1/4/2010
Hampden sets tax rate, third and fourth quarter bills mailed1/4/2010
Third quarter tax bills, absentee ballot requests due1/4/2010
Vottero to announce bid for DA's post by month's end1/4/2010
Laughing Brook Wildlife Sanctuary to offer a winter walk for adults on Jan. 912/28/2009
Don't leave chargers unattended12/28/2009
Walch selected to fill Fire Department vacancy12/28/2009
Goalie Maddy Carpenter selected to U.S. Field Hockey's U17 Squad12/21/2009
Selectmen gather information on setting new investment policy12/21/2009
School Building Committee approves bidding plan12/14/2009
Soccer challenge winners12/14/2009
Water Commissioners gathering input on rate increase12/7/2009
Roy picked for Hale's position at Wilbraham Middle School12/7/2009
Absentee ballots available12/1/2009
New high school's project budget and scope approved11/30/2009
New physical therapy firm opens at Post Office Park11/23/2009
Career Readiness Program teaches interview skills to sophomores11/23/2009
Wilbraham celebrates Veterans Day11/16/2009
Quorum approves all articles during quick Town Meeting11/16/2009
Wilbraham to continue employing single tax rate11/16/2009
Page and Kinney officially resign posts with CCW11/10/2009
Minnechaug students host drive to benefit 'Invisible Children'11/10/2009
Director says visioning process discovers what people want from WPA11/2/2009
Hampden Art Guild to host first show in town11/2/2009
The demise of the Peach Festival11/2/2009
Great Decisions Series set to take place at Wilbraham Public Library11/2/2009
Minnechaug Scholarship Foundation to host Triple Pasta Dinner10/30/2009
Voters officially approve new Minnechaug project10/26/2009
Inaugural 5K 'Boo Run' to benefit Outing Club programs10/19/2009
'Trivial Pursuit' to benefit Hampden Public Library10/19/2009
Hampden Lions Club set to host night of laughter10/5/2009
Committee announces an agreement reached in teachers' contracts10/5/2009
To place a sign by Crane Park, bylaw must be changed10/5/2009
MSBA's Craven answers questions at school forum9/28/2009
United Thrift Shop reopens with new stock9/21/2009
Dates officially set for new school project meetings and votes9/21/2009
Foreign film screenings will continue at Wilbraham Library9/14/2009
Minnechaug project will soon go before voters9/14/2009
Big H set to return for third year9/8/2009
Love drives fundraising for research9/1/2009
Erica's Friends ready to throw a party to remember and support9/1/2009
Local family gives back by tearing down8/24/2009
Blog started to help pet owners in need8/24/2009
Happy 25th anniversary to Wilbraham's Peach Festival8/18/2009
Charles Laberge named Grand Marshal of 2009 Peach Parade8/12/2009
October dates set for new school Special Town Meetings and votes8/12/2009
Jesse Rice to have unique birthday celebration8/12/2009
Students head to nation's capital for leadership8/3/2009
MSBA approves new Minnechaug project8/3/2009
Page and Kinney, founders of CCW, ready to step down from leadership7/27/2009
Town's drinking water receives top score for fourth year7/20/2009
Circus helps organization continue to fund special grants7/20/2009
Recent Minnechaug grads participate in USA Junior Olympics7/13/2009
Organization formed to spread information and build 'Minnechaug Pride'7/13/2009
Wilbraham Middle School student wins Patriots gear for essay about healthy living7/7/2009
Chyna Glenn crowned 2009 Peach Queen7/7/2009
Memorial Scholarships awarded at Wilbraham United Church7/7/2009
Use the sun and shoot for the moon at Hampden Public Library7/7/2009
Puppolo hosts fundraiser at Abruzzo on Boston Road7/7/2009
School Committee votes 6 - 1 to approve O'Shea as superintendent6/29/2009
Outer space comes to Hampden this Wednesday6/29/2009
Circus Smirkus returns to Wilbraham to dazzle crowd again6/29/2009
Bittersweet retirement party hosted at Minnechaug6/29/2009
Voters defeat motion to change health insurance plans for retirees6/22/2009
Local baseball player drafted by Brewers6/22/2009
Superintendent candidates answer final questions6/22/2009
Performing arts summer program for children in Wilbraham begins6/15/2009
Chapter 90 funding to focus on Main Street6/15/2009
Selectmen debate end of the year technology fund projects6/15/2009
Local financial advisor supports JA in Wilbraham schools6/8/2009
Committees clash on 'land swap' at Cedar Ridge6/8/2009
Superintendent candidates make site visits, share ideas6/8/2009
Capital committee slims this year's projects down to three6/1/2009
Former coach to be honored with Mike Farrell Day6/1/2009
Memorial dedication to take place at Children's Museum5/26/2009
Close selectman's race goes to incumbent5/26/2009
Voters approve purchase of McDonald Farm for open space5/18/2009
First ever farmers' market gearing up for May 23 opening5/11/2009
Candidates speak with voters at annual CCW forum5/11/2009
Voters approve zone change, defeat scenic road bylaw at town meeting5/4/2009
First ever Hike for Mike to remember coach, father and friend5/4/2009
Art league hosts 'Duets' exhibit on May 24/27/2009
Chamber of Commerce supports young entrepreneurs with donation4/20/2009
Will history be made in Hampden?4/20/2009
'Rudy' visits Wilbraham & Monson Academy4/14/2009
New school project in a good place 4/13/2009
Students to celebrate Minnechaug s 50th year4/6/2009
Planning Board aims to move forward with rezoning4/6/2009
WPD seeking COPS grants to fund positions3/30/2009
Rice's Fruit Farm closes3/30/2009
Scantic Valley Y gears up for fourth annual triathalon3/23/2009
Senior Dan Grosso named 2009 Peach King3/16/2009
School district proposes $2.2 million in cuts for FY103/16/2009
School Committee and MASC team up to find new superintendent3/9/2009
Hampden selectmen ask politicians to reconsider unfunded mandates3/9/2009
New thrift shop to open at Wilbraham United Church3/3/2009
Bethlehem Baptist Church continues to expand3/2/2009
Relay For Life of Wilbraham kicks off Feb. 282/25/2009
Red Robin opens doors on Boston Road2/23/2009
First ever sleigh rally to take place at Spec Pond2/16/2009
Art League to host exhibition at Mills2/9/2009
Selectmen approve expansion of senior tax program2/9/2009
Injured officer preaches forgiveness in the face of violence2/2/2009
Open Space Committee to consider three new parcels2/2/2009
Eighth grade orientation taking place Feb. 31/26/2009
Manchonis Road home invaded on Jan. 231/26/2009
Traffic stop leads to drug arrest1/26/2009
Second History Day competition highlights the individual1/26/2009
Children and grandparents have their day at Hampden Public Library1/21/2009
School Committee prepares for superintendent exit1/21/2009
Officer Steven McDonald to speak at Wilbraham & Monson Academy1/19/2009
LaMothe to be remembered by Children's Museum1/19/2009
Ferrarini continues to bring awareness about illness1/19/2009
WPD's K-9 unit to transition with new dog1/12/2009
Minnechaug Preschool Program accepting 'little kid' applications1/12/2009
WFD's Capt. Yarmac retires after 33 years of service1/5/2009
Dr. G ready to retire at end of the school year1/5/2009
Historical Commission gathering input on scenic road bylaw12/29/2008
Wilbraham Public Access in midst of digital conversion12/22/2008
Committee plans to widen entrance to Stony Hill School12/22/2008
Selectmen approve increase in sewer rates12/15/2008
Old and new faces joining Wilbraham Fire Department12/15/2008
An overflow in generosity stuffs stockings12/15/2008
Staffing study a tool for budgeting12/15/2008
Vision 2020 survey to see where school district is going12/8/2008
New fire fighters to be chosen at Dec. 8 meeting12/8/2008
Salon owner hopes customers will sign on to help out12/1/2008
New book affirms cancer survivors are still beautiful12/1/2008
War between neighbors spills into Selectmen's meeting11/24/2008
Find unique holiday inspiration in Christmas Home Tour11/24/2008
Coons scores golf scholarship with University of Indiana11/24/2008
Mock Law group attends special Appeals Court session11/24/2008
Minnechaug gives local seniors a special day11/24/2008
Wilbraham honors veterans with solemn ceremony11/18/2008
After 20 years Patullo retires his seat as Hampden moderator11/17/2008
Festival of Carols aims to be a unique concert experience11/17/2008
Selectmen opt for single tax rate for 200911/10/2008
One year after joining force, Officer Ben a 'phenomenal asset'11/10/2008
DPW prepared to handle harsh winter weather11/3/2008
Seminar teaches how to raise financially responsible children11/3/2008
Residents approve all articles at brief Town Meeting11/3/2008
Memorial School students practice their civic duty in mock election11/3/2008
Teen achieves business success 10/27/2008
Opinions being gathered on affordable housing options10/27/2008
Third Halloween Fun Run 'a great community builder'10/21/2008
Wilbraham interns help take CampusLIVE into top three10/20/2008
Class looking for immigrants to share their stories10/14/2008
Open house for 'Great Decision' makers10/14/2008
Rock on and light up the stage10/14/2008
New Minnechaug?10/7/2008
Grant brings patriotic books to WPL10/6/2008
McKinnon-Tucker takes gold at 2008 Beijing Paralympics9/29/2008
Selectmen appoint more volunteers to fill vacant seats9/29/2008
Parcel rezoning needs to 'fit the flavor of Wilbraham'9/29/2008
From Lycee Blaise Daigne to Minnechaug Regional9/29/2008
Peach Fest feedback meeting covers volunteers and more9/22/2008
Cultural Council seeking new members and grant applications9/22/2008
Laughing Brook ready to re-open9/22/2008
Amyloidosis fundraiser meets the challenge9/15/2008
Local yoga communities coming together to celebrate peace9/15/2008
Emerle showing watercolors and more in Brooks Room9/9/2008
Superintendent aims to create a vision for the future9/9/2008
Irish Club aims to spread culture at Minnechaug9/9/2008
'The Big H' arts festival returns to Main Street9/2/2008
School Committee discusses past and current budgets9/2/2008
Revitalized Peach Festival saw 'great support'8/25/2008
Wilbraham Summer Youth Theatre production of 'Oliver!' slated for Sept. 58/25/2008
Theater Guild ready to light up the stage in fourth year8/25/2008
Giving and growing: local teens volunteer in Piqua, Ohio8/19/2008
Minnechaug tapped as candidate for Model School Pilot Program8/19/2008
Trevallion retiring after more than 33 years with WFD8/19/2008
Farmers' market opens with 'great first day'8/11/2008
Bay Path College showcases local entrepreneur 8/11/2008
Gurney serves as Child Ambassador for Arthritis Foundation8/11/2008
Book discussion group opens covers and young minds8/11/2008
Future champions make waves8/11/2008
Erica's Friends Walk to a Cure for the third year8/11/2008
Get a deal and save a life at fundraiser tag sale8/5/2008
Holiday Home Tour searching for a few fun houses8/1/2008
Library friends host annual meeting, teen event this week7/28/2008
Drive will put cell phones in the hands of our soldiers7/28/2008
Firefighters aim to save lives in Wilbraham and on the bike trail7/28/2008
Local musician hits top five in Myspace contest7/28/2008
Feinberg to perform at Peach Festival this summer7/21/2008
Wilbraham Choral Society prepares for 25th season7/21/2008
Hampden CC to host 7th Golf4ALS tournament7/21/2008
Farmers' market proposed for Boston Road corridor7/21/2008
Wilbraham native ready to go for the gold7/14/2008
Annual Peach Parade celebrates kids7/14/2008
Sewer project work and Red Robin plans moving forward7/14/2008
Parks & Rec. pursuing $500,000 grant for Spec Pond7/14/2008
Out and about in Wilbraham7/7/2008
Circus Smirkus brings family fun to Wilbraham7/7/2008
Alicia Thomas crowned 23rd Peach Queen7/7/2008
Red Robin ready to swoop into Wilbraham7/7/2008
Storm does a number on Hampden6/30/2008
The cream of the Peach Festival crop will be this year's Peach Queen6/30/2008
Annual Peach Festival Road Race needs participants6/30/2008
Big Y opens doors on Boston Road6/30/2008
Regional skating competition may be the beginning of the end6/24/2008
Fifth grader joins Aluminum Tab Collection Project for Shriners6/16/2008
School Committee approves Owners Project Manager6/16/2008
Ervin inducted to Alumni Hall of Fame6/16/2008
Personalized Pillows earns top honors at STCC competition6/9/2008
Thomas brings his volleyball game to Europe6/9/2008
Minnechaug Evening of Recognition illuminates best and brightest6/2/2008
Exhibit explores pitfalls of intolerance6/2/2008
Voters elect officials, approve plowing of private ways5/27/2008
Junior Women's Club helps women 'Dress for Success'5/27/2008
Minnechaug students helping out important cause5/27/2008
Student/mentor team honored for outstanding work5/19/2008
Committee needs 'u' to complete the ultimate5/19/2008
Hampden VFW honoring those lost5/12/2008
Board of Selectmen shaping up for spring5/12/2008
Evangel University Concert Choir to appear in Wilbraham5/12/2008
Hampden sees small voter turn out for uncontested elections5/12/2008
Annual Town Meeting a positive affair for Hampden5/5/2008
Fishing derby set to be fun for the whole family5/5/2008
Synchronized Swim Team ready to go up and under in May5/5/2008
Trampling down cancer one step at a time4/28/2008
Proposed pool house raises big concerns on Ridge Road4/28/2008
Helping Hands Project brings resources to parents4/28/2008
CCW members meet the candidates at forum4/21/2008
Bids opened for Main Street Sewer Project4/21/2008
Hampden selectmen hope to open dialogue on resource officer funding4/15/2008
Minnechaug senior to present history project at national competition4/14/2008
Planning Board weighs what to zone undeveloped property4/14/2008
Children: 'Help us, help Lynch'4/14/2008
Stratton and selectmen cover safety and funding at meeting4/7/2008
Library comes alive with 'Music for Little People' melodies4/7/2008
Donation helps keep program afloat4/1/2008
Habitat for Humanity might build in Wilbraham4/1/2008
Artist league pairs off for unique 'Duets' show4/1/2008
Dimitropolis ready to serve with WFD3/25/2008
Academic trust to bring Circus Smirkus to Spec Pond3/25/2008
Local uses talents to help tornado victims3/18/2008
Call for funding theme of Library Legislative Breakfast3/18/2008
Wilbraham discusses possibility of new technology at library3/18/2008
Local book lover promotes literacy for a lifetime3/18/2008
Peach King ready to reign3/10/2008
Hollow Road hearing ends with agreement3/10/2008
Women's Club planning flavorful evening3/4/2008
Minnechaug unveils student fitness center3/4/2008
Booster Club hosting fundraiser for bleachers 3/3/2008
Youth sports fundraiser will be shear fun2/25/2008
Wilbraham teens create cozy tokens of care2/25/2008
Basch becomes full-time member2/19/2008
WPD: calling all K-9 supporters for assistance2/19/2008
The 24th Annual Peach Festival is on2/11/2008
Hollow Road hearing listens to concerns from residents2/11/2008
Writer hopes novel won't be 'unforgotten' in contest2/11/2008
Soccer star signs with Texas Tech2/11/2008
Minnechaug NHS raising money for a good cause2/5/2008
Titans getting ready to bring it on2/5/2008
Infant & toddler program joins children's storytimes2/5/2008
Wilbraham Pizzeria: Serving up something special2/5/2008
Wilbraham Public Library honors2/5/2008
Bump returns as acting library director1/30/2008
Concerned residents turn out to save Peach Festival1/30/2008
CCW focuses on foundations (and roofs) of Wilbraham1/30/2008
Cones for Kids campaign begins1/30/2008
Club wants to give money away to qualified students1/22/2008
A decline in volunteers may spoil 24-year tradition1/22/2008
New views of history presented at Minnechaug1/15/2008
Delivered directory to benefit HWRSD grads1/7/2008
United Players bring well-known drama 1/7/2008
Remembrance blood drive hits four-year mark1/2/2008
Concerned citizens unveil new Web site1/2/2008
Cemetery Commission eager to complete online project12/19/2007
McNeany to fill final firefighter position12/19/2007
Apple of Wilbraham's eye remembered12/19/2007
WPD K-9 program looking for support12/19/2007
Got Books? Wilbraham wants them12/19/2007
'Weather moratorium' imposed on wood boilers12/19/2007
Candaras fights for caregivers pay increase12/12/2007
Short special town meeting yields 'yeas'12/12/2007
Group reviews optimistic budget 12/12/2007
Christmastime is prime time for identity theft12/3/2007
Grant saves more than 200 acres of land12/3/2007
Selectmen looking to gather more input on Hollow Road11/26/2007
Ben gets the OK: board approves K-9 unit11/26/2007
K-9 unit may become reality for Wilbraham11/20/2007
Women's Club brings awareness to human trafficking11/19/2007
Thomas clears $2,100 at fundraising event11/13/2007
Library offers overdue amnesty for Food Bank donation11/13/2007
SHADE calendar release supported by Schilling11/13/2007
Hole-in-one hitter wins 42" plasma TV11/6/2007
Snow to show softer side of Celtic11/6/2007
CCW answers override questions11/6/2007
Minnechaug grad to play in international tourney11/6/2007
Shedding some light on a deadly disease10/29/2007
Regional boards come together to exchange ideas10/29/2007
Academy unveils new center10/23/2007
Numerous projects discussed at business roundtable10/23/2007
New surface will make streets safer10/15/2007
Soccer challenge kicks off Oct. 2110/15/2007
AFS promotes positive life exchanging experiences10/9/2007
'Small Works-Big Art' at Fountain Park Oct. 2010/9/2007
Hampden Library now offers wireless Internet connection10/9/2007
Wilbraham to have first Fall Festival10/9/2007
Judge shares his story about segregation with today's youth10/9/2007
District may have to put freeze on this year's budget10/2/2007
Chamber gears up for fall golf tournament10/2/2007
Laware ends 38-year career9/24/2007
Proposed Center plans go before Planning Board9/24/2007
New festival comes to town thanks to Art Guild9/17/2007
Planning Board discusses subdivision possibilities9/10/2007
Puppolo plans for new traffic light in Wilbraham9/10/2007
A 'trick'y trip to Vegas8/27/2007
New school year brings some changes8/27/2007
Commission to decide fate of family's addition8/20/2007
Delinquent dog owners face court over unpaid licenses8/20/2007
Art league brings their works to the Peach Fest8/13/2007
Yacavone headed for pilot training in Oklahoma8/6/2007
Ross is Peach Queen8/6/2007
Lt. Governor visits Wilbraham on Western Mass. tour8/6/2007
Rape Aggression Defense classes start up again7/30/2007
Murray comes through town for some ice cream7/30/2007
Annual Peach Road Race goes into its third year7/30/2007
Town makes 'Top 100 Best Places to Live' list7/23/2007
Workshop brings artists back to his roots7/23/2007
Man sees nation by wagon7/23/2007
Cadet aims for the stars at Air Force Academy7/16/2007
Members needed to prep for emergencies7/16/2007
WNCC forges ahead with center plans7/16/2007
Bennett Turkey Farm up for sale7/16/2007
Hampden resident achieves what others seldom do7/10/2007
Good samaritan is an all around winner7/10/2007
Workshop for writers started7/10/2007
Jog or walk your way through New England6/27/2007
Local girls riding high6/27/2007
Chamber gears up for fall golf tournament6/27/2007
Selectmen decide appointments at meeting6/27/2007
Blood drive keeps Katie's memory alive6/19/2007
Donation launches new library fund-raiser6/19/2007
iScream puts out challenge 6/11/2007
Board scolds store6/11/2007
Students take safety bill to Boston6/4/2007
Children's gym at YMCA5/29/2007
Wilbraham receives award 5/29/2007
Barry returns to Selectman's post5/29/2007
Community education5/29/2007
Famed youth troupe comes to town5/14/2007
More voters turn out than usual5/14/2007
Expansion may be solution to problems5/14/2007
Winning is simply complex5/14/2007
Tiger Times teaches with news5/7/2007
Long debate leads to newly public roadways in town4/30/2007
Ambassador to Israel heads to Wilbraham4/25/2007
Friends band together to raise funds for pal4/25/2007
Senior Center treats volunteers to lunch4/25/2007
Wilbraham town reminder4/17/2007
Police department to get appointment pending test results4/16/2007
Million dollar road repairs needs resident approval4/16/2007
Final town adminstrator candidate meets with board4/16/2007
New company helps women grow their business4/16/2007
New business gives dinner time some style4/10/2007
Lumberjacks go from pancakes to progress4/9/2007
Collins' simple idea wins a page4/2/2007
District receives report card4/2/2007
PART II: To rank or not to rank3/28/2007
O'Brien is 2007 Peach King3/19/2007
There's still time to buy bricks3/19/2007
Young musician raises money to play in prestigious concert3/19/2007
Town changes polling locations3/19/2007
Snow's relaxing celtic tunes showcase his talent3/13/2007
Old bylaws need new language3/5/2007
R.A.H. to host St. Paddy's Day Party3/5/2007
Eye Mobile is a district - wide effort2/26/2007
Agricultural history is forgotten as local farms are sold2/26/2007
Club takes on initiatives in the name of good2/19/2007
Decor diva turns drab to fab2/19/2007
Nomination papers available for Hampden town government seats2/12/2007
Finance Committee Chair presents difficult choices to board2/12/2007
Wilbraham native's memorial fund supports grieving children2/12/2007
Puppolo starts term2/12/2007
Hampden gets mobile sight clinic2/5/2007
Wilbraham native celebrates success of book series2/5/2007
"No Fail" MacPhail turns in solid showing at World Championships2/5/2007
Another School Committee meeting, another budget discussion1/29/2007
Board addresses issues1/29/2007
Learn to balance caring for a special needs child1/22/2007
Annual 'Cones for Kids' kicks off1/22/2007
A Hampden couple's journey into business together1/15/2007
Selectmen review tobacco sale regulations1/15/2007
Friends host 'Golden Ticket Raffle'1/15/2007
Web site captures the evolution of Wilbraham1/8/2007
Third annual memorial blood drive hosted Jan. 81/8/2007
Town Meeting date set1/8/2007
Officials discuss D.A.R.E.1/8/2007
Buttons saved by kind stranger1/8/2007
Center hosts first Resident Chime Choir Christmas1/2/2007
Students offer thanks for new playscape12/26/2006
Interim town administrator is voted in12/26/2006
Selectman interview candidates for facilities position12/20/2006
Committee reviews safety protocols12/20/2006
District gets safer with STAT12/20/2006
Selectman discuss future of position12/11/2006
Wilbraham is home of piebald deer12/11/2006
School district hit with unexpected bill12/5/2006
Fogarty resigns from Wilbraham12/5/2006
House is certified as Energy Star home11/20/2006
Committee discusses a number of issues11/20/2006
Puppolo thanks voters after his win11/13/2006
Town holds final hearing on cable license11/13/2006
Cooks on Call program provides comfort through food11/13/2006
Falcons swap hockey sticks for ice cream scoopers11/13/2006
Hearse House to be dedicated11/1/2006
Father Talk settles into his new role11/1/2006
Coach Winch hosts camp at YMCA10/23/2006
Voters consider sewer repair costs and more at STM10/23/2006
Spending, receiving on STM agenda10/23/2006
Guest speaker to discuss archiving10/16/2006
HWRSD Committee chair discusses school safety10/16/2006
Concerned Citizens meeting moved to Oct. 1810/16/2006
Library announces home delivery service10/16/2006
Developer presents plans at public hearing10/16/2006
Lions Club sponsors 5K Pumpkin Run10/16/2006
Town Clerk issues voter registration reminders10/10/2006
New group welcomes mothers of preschoolers10/10/2006
Junior Women's Club seeks new members10/10/2006
Hearing set for Eastwood Drive10/10/2006
Fire Department hosts open house10/2/2006
Eagle Scout Project10/2/2006
Future of D.A.R.E. position uncertain10/2/2006
Candaras wins Democratic Primary in senate race9/27/2006
Hampden teen performs at Big E9/26/2006
Fund-raisers benefit library9/19/2006
Committee chair files trespass notice against resident9/19/2006
Regional collection keeps chemicals out of environment9/19/2006
Group presents 'Plan B' to School Committee9/19/2006
Library director reflects on new job9/12/2006
Chamber hosts benefit golf tournament9/12/2006
Town dedicates memorial to beloved public servant9/12/2006
Gulf Coast educator thanks HWRSD for help9/6/2006
Miss Pioneer Valley9/6/2006
Selectmen tackle town issues9/6/2006
Resident questions chairperson's authority8/29/2006
'Peter Pan' comes to life in Wilbraham8/29/2006
Local author reads to children at Hampden Library8/24/2006
Student explores future in engineering8/15/2006
New policy promotes wellness8/7/2006
Volleyball MVP8/7/2006
Peach Festival has something for everyone8/7/2006
Wilbraham fisherman places first in tournament8/1/2006
Swimmers prepare for league championships7/25/2006
Tower discussion postponed until September7/25/2006
Station reopens after 27 years7/25/2006
Brown Bag Food Program returns to Senior Center7/25/2006
Store assists with playground improvements7/18/2006
Welcome back!7/18/2006
Developments discussed at Planning Board meeting7/18/2006
Local youth qualifies for motocross nationals7/18/2006
Transfer station stickers available7/12/2006
Senior Center quietly reopens July 57/12/2006
Library is open again7/12/2006
Team learns of troops' sacrifice7/3/2006
First-time author hosts signing at Wilbraham book shop7/3/2006
Community invited to reopening of Library6/27/2006
YMCA offers swim lessons6/27/2006
Drumming Lessons6/27/2006
Wanted: a few good residents6/27/2006
Mosquito dunks available in Hampden6/20/2006
Corporations make donations to schools6/20/2006
Competition earns teen cash, confidence and a plan for the future6/20/2006
Fire Dept. hosts bike rodeo6/13/2006
Church hosts fund-raiser for Father's Day6/13/2006
PTO hosts playground fund-raiser6/13/2006
Public hearing will discuss bridge replacement6/13/2006
A trip back in time6/7/2006
Teens host mystery dinner6/7/2006
Club announces next meeting6/7/2006
Wrestlers host car wash fund-raiser6/7/2006
Church celebrates opening 6/7/2006
Water Dept. receives DEP award6/7/2006
Leading the class5/30/2006
Rec. Dept. offers men's softball5/30/2006
Annual meeting, trail work party announced5/30/2006
Parents invited to Special Ed. workshop5/30/2006
Library needs helpers to clean5/30/2006
Superintendent clarifies terminology5/30/2006
Four teachers retire from MRHS5/30/2006
Club open to new members5/23/2006
Laughing Brook seeks volunteers5/23/2006
Local chamber announces new leadership5/23/2006
Students celebrate Arbor Day5/23/2006
Outdoor concert5/17/2006
Towns observe Memorial Day5/17/2006
Event will benefit injured officer, family5/17/2006
Church hosts book, movie discussion5/10/2006
Academic Trust announces president5/10/2006
Town Meeting set for May 155/10/2006
Committee submits building interest forms5/10/2006
Juggler to perform at Book Swap5/2/2006
Girl Scout earns Gold Award5/2/2006
Lovejoy announces candidacy5/2/2006
Town Meeting restores Library, Senior Center5/2/2006
Association announces golf tournament4/25/2006
WMA athletes receive MVP awards4/25/2006
WMA athletes receive coaches awards4/25/2006
Green announces candidacy4/25/2006
Lionesses plan annual fashion show4/25/2006
Golf tourney honors fallen soldier4/20/2006
Committee will submit SOI forms4/20/2006
OPRO celebrates 20 years4/20/2006
Group hosts 'Meet the Candidates' night4/11/2006
Sing for Spring4/11/2006
Reports: high schools are deteriorating4/4/2006
Students put JA lessons to work3/23/2006
Pillows will comfort patients3/7/2006
Benefit for officer3/7/2006
Cheerleaders host clinic3/7/2006
Honoring athletes3/1/2006
Tae Kwon Do Center expands3/1/2006
Scantic Valley YMCA outlines spring offerings2/21/2006
Library seeks artists for annual exhibit2/21/2006
Friends keep Library spirit alive2/21/2006
Gold Medal winners2/15/2006
School district will accept 35 School Choice students2/8/2006
Library contest will run through February2/8/2006
Selectman will not seek re-election2/8/2006
Hometown Heroes2/8/2006
Students help kick-off Love Your Library month1/31/2006
Girl Scout readies for next collaborative event1/25/2006
Concerned Citizens group hosts meeting1/16/2006
Committee votes in favor of borrowing money1/16/2006
Major Projects Committee looks at roads, sidewalks1/16/2006
Chamber donates $5,000 to Y.E.S. program1/10/2006
Christmas tea1/3/2006
Volunteers needed to teach Junior Achievement1/3/2006
Chief seeks donations for families12/28/2005
Gymnasts bring home medals12/28/2005
St. Cecelia's hosts memorial blood drive12/28/2005
School Committee discusses projects12/20/2005
Hampden Police Chief requests to resign12/13/2005
Soule Road School science project12/13/2005
Hampden releases real estate assessments12/13/2005
Local artists show work in Wilbraham12/6/2005
Orchestra hosts two free concerts11/29/2005
Chapman joins Red Cross effort to help hurricane victims11/29/2005
Town works with FEMA to recover from October flooding11/22/2005
Hampden Girl Scouts host book and bake sale Saturday11/17/2005
Conservation Commission meeting set for Nov. 1611/15/2005
Groups meet to discuss Library, Senior Center funding11/8/2005
Committee and school officials tour building11/8/2005
Kids scare up fun at Museum Halloween party11/8/2005
Players Celebrate 50th Anniversary11/1/2005
WMA hosts SSO musicians10/25/2005
Officials from both towns discuss MRHS project10/25/2005
Club collects for hurricane victims10/17/2005
Committee pleased with MCAS results10/17/2005
'Love Your Library' group announces writing contest10/17/2005
Church hosts Blessing of the Animals10/12/2005
Group invites residents to 'Love Your Library' meeting10/12/2005
Open Space Committee announces meeting10/12/2005
Friends of Library invite community to meeting10/5/2005
Cultural Council seeks grant applicants, members10/3/2005
Benefit will help resident with recovery10/3/2005
'Mourning Journey' author will discuss, sign books9/26/2005
Cyber Safety Seminars offered by HWRSD9/26/2005
Emergency forces postponement of forum9/26/2005
Richard Scott named MRHS Teacher of the Year9/26/2005
Building Committee studies state timelines for construction of new MRHS9/21/2005
Book Swap attracts dozens of avid readers, library-goers9/21/2005
School district opens doors to victims9/13/2005
Wilbraham forms Major Projects Committee9/13/2005
Day of Caring9/13/2005
Library funding will be decided by voters9/6/2005
Community Book Swap resumes Sept. 109/6/2005
Scantic Senior Citizens Club is still going strong9/6/2005
Cast prepares for production8/29/2005
Group hosts forum to hear residents' ideas8/29/2005
Wilbraham Boy and Cub Scouts recruit for new members8/29/2005
Principal invites parents, residents to open house8/29/2005
Summer theater students prepare to perform 'Seussical'8/22/2005
Cast members visit memorial garden8/22/2005
Teen returns from summer mission in India8/16/2005
Laughing Brook hosts family programs8/8/2005
Selectmen seek residents for two elected positions, sign police contract8/8/2005
Book swap hopes to fill gap left by library closing8/8/2005
Memorial ride will help preserve park8/8/2005
LAX Champs visit State House8/1/2005
Wilbraham P.D. offers r.a.d. Kids program8/1/2005
Community Association offers plenty of benefits8/1/2005
Author's teen novel is topic of discussion for group8/1/2005
Hampden residents propose book swap8/1/2005
Everything you ever wanted to know about the sales tax holiday7/25/2005
Peach Festival Committee announces schedule of events7/25/2005
Krejci makes a donation7/25/2005
Trustees ready for next step7/25/2005
It's almost time for the Peach Festival7/18/2005
Selectmen meet for first time since closures7/18/2005
Senior meal program moves to church7/13/2005
Selectmen seek town volunteers7/10/2005
Hampden and Wilbraham community announcements7/10/2005
Library Trustees back decision to restrict Hampden residents from certain uses7/10/2005
Grant would help fund three more fire fighters7/4/2005
Hampden Library officially closes its doors7/4/2005
Senior Center members, staff enjoy last days6/26/2005
Superintendent announces new principal6/26/2005
Selectmen discuss budget cutbacks6/26/2005
Candaras meets with Chinese ambassador6/19/2005
Peach Queen contest, fund-raising is underway6/19/2005
Selectmen vote to raise fees at DRC6/19/2005
School Committee cuts budget by $200K6/19/2005
Trustees discuss upcoming closure6/19/2005
Selectmen question restaurant owner 6/12/2005
Residents might seek special meeting6/12/2005
Wilbraham library takes home three awards6/5/2005
Elusive white deer makes an appearance6/5/2005
Hampden seniors win trivia tournament5/31/2005
Transfer station stickers are available5/31/2005
Falcon Youth Football gears up for another season5/31/2005
Committee accepts recommendations for new school5/24/2005
Town braces for closings5/24/2005
Anderson announces candidacy for Planning Board5/17/2005
Teen will spend summer in Indonesia5/17/2005
Selectmen discuss budget gap5/9/2005
Wilbraham resident selected as director of NIFF5/3/2005
Absentee ballots are available5/3/2005
Parry announces candidacy5/3/2005
Police Association announces golf tourney5/3/2005
Cottage Avenue Bridge will be repaired5/3/2005
MRHS has four options5/3/2005