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Local filmmaker’s movie to premiere at Agawam Cinemas 1/15/2016
Cohen sworn in for sixth term as Agawam mayor1/8/2016
Agawam Java Stop puts customers, coffee first12/30/2015
Riverside Productions offers ‘old school’ inspiration for musicians12/23/2015
YMCA celebrates one year in Agawam12/18/2015
Agawam reveals newest emergency response vehicle12/11/2015
Goodies’ owners celebrate 20th anniversary, thank community12/4/2015
Agawam businesses band together to help local families11/25/2015
Seven-year-old boy raises thousands for local charities11/20/2015
Agawam Cinemas grand opening exceeds owner’s expectations11/13/2015
Harnessing Muay Boran offers self-defense classes for women11/5/2015
Bryden honored for helping rescue Bruno after fall into Southwick quarry10/22/2015
Alves will bring businessman background to Agawam City Council, if elected10/22/2015
Groups petition for Fair Share Amendment10/22/2015
Agawam School Committee approves bringing Best Buddies to high school10/16/2015
BellaNess artisan shop opens in Agawam mills10/16/2015
Agawam Junior High receives funding for auditorium improvements10/9/2015
Wingard hopes to bring ‘deep roots, fresh ideas’ to Agawam City Council10/9/2015
No action taken against The Still, parking ban denied10/9/2015
Magovern seeks return to Agawam City Council in November election10/2/2015
Velis receives AMVETS Legislative Award10/2/2015
Rachel’s Challenge pushes students to spread kindness10/2/2015
Cohen looks back on seventh term as Agawam mayor, expresses vision for future9/17/2015
Commemorative quilt, historic photos on display at Agawam Library9/17/2015
Di Santi wants to be ‘vocal’ on City Council if elected 9/10/2015
Humason encourages residents to apply for seminar at State House9/4/2015
Ballot takes shape as West Springfield's November election nears8/28/2015
Richard Theroux to leave Agawam Clerk’s Office in January, will seek Council seat8/21/2015
Agawam Motor Lodge looks to appeal classification in Boston8/14/2015
Agawam, DEP continue testing Games and Lanes8/14/2015
New Agawam High School track, athletic facility on hold8/7/2015
Agawam files petition against Motor Lodge8/7/2015
Agawam celebrates third National Night Out August 47/31/2015
Agawam celebrates Purple Heart City, Trail designations7/31/2015
Agawam dog park celebration ceremony set for Sept. 127/23/2015
‘Scramble for the Animals’ returns to Oak Ridge Golf Club 7/17/2015
Agawam celebrates official opening of School Street Park 7/10/2015
Agawam Little League honors Antonio Bruno7/10/2015
Exhibit aims to change public view of pit bulls7/7/2015
Agawam signs Commonwealth Community Compact 7/2/2015
Phelps Elementary student names Agawam’s newest ambulance ‘St. Raphael’s Chariot’6/26/2015
Complaints surface about Agawam Motor Lodge, town investigates 6/12/2015
Stick Time Sports, DC Strength partner up6/5/2015
First reading of Agawam blight ordinance raises enforcement questions6/5/2015
Feline Friends seek food donations throughout summer5/29/2015
Agawam to celebrate School Street Park completion 5/29/2015
Agawam Fire Department, Red Cross to install new smoke, CO detectors5/22/2015
Parent group hosts Common Core Forum to educate public5/15/2015
Agawam’s new planning director settles into role5/15/2015
Rua represents Agawam School Committee for ‘Day on the Hill’5/8/2015
Soldier On project moves forward after years on hold5/1/2015
Controversial DPU billing rule revoked5/1/2015
Sapelli presents proposed FY16 Agawam school budget4/24/2015
Agawam dog park breaks ground4/17/2015
Agawam dessert shop opens, offers unique sweets 4/10/2015
Agawam offers responsible way to get rid of prescriptions4/3/2015
Murder mystery dinner to raise money for Agawam Cinemas3/27/2015
Junior high offers social media guidance, help3/27/2015
Sapelli presents mid-cycle review to School Committee3/20/2015
Baker’s proposed budget would give Agawam economic boost3/13/2015
Agawam updates natural disaster mitigation plans3/6/2015
Blue Cross honors Agawam for health insurance innovation2/27/2015
Distractology teaches students dangers of texting and driving2/20/2015
Boy Scout raises funds to attend Jamboree in Japan2/20/2015
City Council approves mayor’s request to deficit spend for snow removal 2/13/2015
‘Idol’ competition comes to Agawam2/5/2015
North St. construction rescheduled1/30/2015
Fitness studio encourages members to ‘go red’ to raise heart disease awareness1/30/2015
Dachos retires as planning director after 33 years1/23/2015
Comedy night to benefit dog park development1/16/2015
Relay for Life Kickoff brings hope to Agawam before May event1/16/2015
Agawam Council approves grant for police dispatch training1/9/2015
SolarCity opens doors, one stop for clean energy 1/2/2015
Town Hall, ABC 40 Force collect 2,000 toy donations12/23/2014
Agawam woman helps others find wellness12/19/2014
Agawam City Council formally opposes statewide cuts to local aid12/19/2014
‘Singing Christmas Tree Spectacular’ prepares 40th anniversary performance12/12/2014
Town Hall hosts Toys for Tots collection drive12/5/2014
Family is best ingredient for Mama Galloni’s restaurant11/25/2014
Kathy Picard awarded 2014 Pynchon Award11/25/2014
Agawam Cinemas owner reaches fundraising goal11/20/2014
Agawam City Council votes to raise taxes, restore barn11/20/2014
For local nun, hats are part of her ministry11/20/2014
Agawam Paranormal gives clients ‘peace of mind’ 11/14/2014
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month declared in Agawam 11/7/2014
Agawam firefighter graduates from state fire academy11/7/2014
Agency offers mental health first aid training10/31/2014
New owner seeks to reopen Agawam Cinemas10/23/2014
Plex proposal withdrawn, residents relieved10/23/2014
Senate candidates engage in calm, poignant debate10/17/2014
Council tables motion indefinitely, disapproves another10/10/2014
Fright Fest puts the scream in Halloween10/10/2014
School Street Park on schedule, director anticipates spring opening10/3/2014
Resident proposes regular review schedule for Charter9/25/2014
The Plex returns, residents oppose plans9/25/2014
YMCA opens for business, welcomes members9/19/2014
Dog park design nearing finalization, bid9/12/2014
Ghoul School provides educational, screaming good time9/12/2014
Six Flags announces a ‘wicked’ storm is coming 20159/5/2014
Council to host golf course workshop, awaits legal opinion9/5/2014
Ordinance addresses municipal vehicles, sparks debate8/29/2014
Beer dinner raises funds to support Capt. Leonard House preservation8/21/2014
Six Flags looks to scare up some talent8/15/2014
Circus camp offers fun, life lessons8/15/2014
Website lists Agawam as one state’s top 10 ‘boring’ places8/8/2014
Golf course topic of public workshop8/8/2014
‘Night Out’ offers safety tips, fun8/1/2014
Summerfest season coming to a close, three concerts remain7/25/2014
Anisa’s Closet offers high fashion at a low price7/25/2014
Council approves water rate increase7/18/2014
Committee plans to scrutinize golf course profits7/18/2014
Cyberhair revolutionizes hair loss market7/16/2014
City Councilor Cichetti addresses MassGOP spending complaint7/11/2014
School Committee elects to keep MCAS test in place7/3/2014
Council scrutinizes budget, limits fund transfers6/27/2014
Mayor advocates for Quinn Bill6/27/2014
Cyclone rollercoaster to retire in July6/27/2014
Annual budget calls for replacement of police cruisers6/20/2014
Nurses protest wage earnings, seek raises6/13/2014
Picard returns to Holyoke Medical Center6/6/2014
Council approves new zoning uses, improvement plan6/6/2014
Mixed use district a step closer to becoming reality5/23/2014
Early stages of roadway improvement begin5/16/2014
Finalized park design awaits foundation’s approval5/2/2014
Council considers marijuana facility zoning4/25/2014
Boy Scouts honor Cassidy at annual fundraising event4/18/2014
Six Flags kicks off 2014 season with Humane Society fundraiser4/11/2014
Heritage Hall North upholds industry standards4/11/2014
Western Mass. promotion hosts its 15th fight event4/3/2014
Donation sustains nutrition program at center3/28/2014
Council waits to accept grant until itemization provided3/21/2014
Foundation keeps legacy of Agawam woman alive 3/21/2014
Students raise money for those affected with heart issues3/14/2014
Being an ‘authentic’ leader takes more than just a job title3/7/2014
Town creates interactive website for residents2/28/2014
Town seeks reserve funds to cover costs of winter storms2/21/2014
Formal design process for dog park begins, fundraising continues 2/14/2014
State takes back promise to complete Route 572/7/2014
YMCA construction begins1/31/2014
Sound Seal sold, but it’s business as usual for employees1/24/2014
Memory book creates opportunity for parents and children to interact1/17/2014
Rosie Robotics gears up for 2014 FIRST competition1/10/2014
Doering recognized during inaugural event1/10/2014
Chefs for Jimmy fundraiser: A foodie’s paradise1/9/2014
2013 in review: Area faces changes, challenges 1/3/2014
Applause Series resumes just after new year12/27/2013
Town signs Surrounding Community agreement12/20/2013
‘Singing tree’ becomes a holiday tradition for families12/13/2013
Teams compete in state robotics tournament12/13/2013
Workshop makes sense of Affordable Care Act12/6/2013
Outreach Center labors to keep kids, families warm this winter 11/26/2013
Police chief retires after decades of service11/26/2013
VALOR Act II provides updated benefits for veterans’ needs11/22/2013
Church offers free monthly ‘New Covenant’ medical clinic11/15/2013
Zoning proposal to create downtown destination point11/15/2013
Ceremony honors veterans for their service11/15/2013
Town solicits community input for upcoming projects11/1/2013
ADOG secures funds to create an off-leash dog park10/25/2013
Council approves creation of master plan for school track10/18/2013
Council approves temporary marijuana moratorium10/11/2013
Local woman takes ‘strides’ to honor her sister10/4/2013
Neighborhood Scout ranks Agawam 11th safest U.S. city9/27/2013
ADOG secures funding to create dog off-leash park9/27/2013
Chamber deems local business ‘2013 Employer of Choice’9/20/2013
Wicked in Pink Run to benefit Sister Caritas Cancer Center9/20/2013
Councilors seek to reimburse residents for collection services8/19/2013
Shuttle project remains on hold8/9/2013
Crowley’s offers free pony rides and hayrides during its open house8/2/2013
‘Naked’ native faces ultimate test of survival8/2/2013
Barn grant application denied7/19/2013
Council grants zone changes and considers amendment7/12/2013
Crisis averted in Brazil, residents to come home7/12/2013
Agawam Y-Express scheduled to open this fall 7/3/2013
ADOG inches closer to its fundraising goal6/28/2013
School budget remains intact, safe from fiscal cuts 6/21/2013
Council to decide if budget is a 'blueprint'6/14/2013
South Westfield Street to be resurfaced this year5/31/2013
Grants expand lab's job search capabilities5/17/2013
Committee approves 2014 school budget5/10/2013
Greyhounds in need of permanent homes5/3/2013
Man rides to honor veterans with wreaths4/26/2013
Capital investments maintain operations4/22/2013
Author explores the world of celebrity escorts4/12/2013
Library hosts state officials' cabinet meeting4/12/2013
Genealogical society celebrates its 40th birthday4/5/2013
Proposal for 'Plex' sports complex withdrawn4/5/2013
Resident chosen as CTEC student of the year3/29/2013
District submits 'interest' for new high school 3/29/2013
Fundraising efforts continue to establish town dog park3/15/2013
Construction to resume at Borgatti3/8/2013
Agawam teacher demonstrates 'Excellence'3/1/2013
Council votes to stabilize School Street Barn2/22/2013
Council to decide fate of School Street Barn 2/15/2013
Former student uses art to enhance urban area2/11/2013
Crowley's to remain open, downsizes operations2/1/2013
Coyote sightings normal during breeding season1/25/2013
Charity recognizes teacher for his dedication1/18/2013
Business expands line with acquisition1/18/2013
High school track in desperate need of repair1/11/2013
Crowley's sold, to become sports complex1/11/2013
The top stories of 2012: year in review1/2/2013
School Street Barn restoration plans presented to public12/19/2012
Staples features local businessman on website12/12/2012
MassDOT funds River Walk Loop project12/12/2012
City Council votes to place sewer project on hold12/12/2012
Board approves new waterslide12/5/2012
City earns awards for 'Move" efforts12/5/2012
Local author honors woman with book 11/28/2012
Grants provide upgrades for police force11/21/2012
Sewer debate creates discord between officials11/21/2012
Rotary Club honors high school robotics team 11/14/2012
Boldyga strategizes for upcoming term 11/14/2012
'Let's Move!' inspires town to get active10/31/2012
Board approves waterslide 10/24/2012
State grant enables Walnut Street cleanup to proceed10/24/2012
Candidates squabble amidst debate10/24/2012
Sewer project continues without mayor's sponsorship10/17/2012
Boldyga, Di Santi ready arsenals for debate10/3/2012
Second phase of sewer project hits speed bump9/26/2012
Company remains mum about changes9/19/2012
Agawam couple finalists in wedding contest9/12/2012
Bonzai Pipelines newest addition to Hurricane Harbor9/5/2012
Library exhibits photographs of local artist in September9/5/2012
Agawam Democratic Committee seeks to overhaul Agawam Cable TV8/22/2012
Agawam Gators inspire community camaraderie8/8/2012
ZBA approves height exception for new ride at Six Flags8/1/2012
Town experiences uptick in daytime break-ins 8/1/2012
Locals gear up for the 33rd Annual Pan-Massachusetts Challenge7/25/2012
Councilor calls for decrease of $11 million sewer phase7/18/2012
Camp inspires kids to have fun while learning7/11/2012
CPC hears input on Phase II of School Street Park7/3/2012
Cost of Feeding Hills sewer project questioned6/26/2012
Council approves term extensions, FY13 budget6/26/2012
High school to see lunch line upgrade this fall6/20/2012
Celebration of local state park slated for June 16 6/13/2012
Council considers term extensions for elected officials 6/13/2012
Senior Center shows off new bus6/6/2012
Town readies for first hurdle to new high school track6/6/2012
A show of talent5/30/2012
June 4 is public hearing date for town's capital improvement plan 5/30/2012
No cuts, layoffs in Cohen's FY13 budget5/23/2012
Robinson Park School's 'Techno Trot' is May 20 5/16/2012
Council tables vote on Phase II sewer land-taking 5/16/2012
Park chosen for sustainable land practice grant 5/9/2012
CPC seeks input on spending Preservation Act funds 5/1/2012
Games & Lanes site clean up planned5/1/2012
Earth Day event to include Little League ceremonies4/25/2012
Status of Green Communities application still undetermined4/25/2012
Dog park supporters garner members, plan fund-raisers4/17/2012
Sapelli outlines proposed FY13 school budget4/17/2012
Council approves School Street Barn, Park design funding4/11/2012
School budget to be presented on April 10 4/4/2012
AJWC fashion fund-raiser slated for April 153/28/2012
CPC approves School Street Barn, park design funding 3/20/2012
'Phase II' of sewers prepare for bond, bids3/13/2012
"Goliath" slide show3/7/2012
Despite weather, Six Flags caps its newest thrill ride 3/7/2012
Addiction Resource Center to reopen this week3/7/2012
Di Santi to make bid for State Rep seat2/28/2012
Energy audits benefit AHA residents 2/22/2012
Council tables latest Sportsman's Club decision2/14/2012
Commission reviews Phase II of sewer plans2/8/2012
Bank helps to make new senior bus a reality2/8/2012
School Street Park plans reevaluated1/31/2012
School Committee names Sapelli as superintendent1/31/2012
Bryant to appear at AuthorTalk Jan. 301/30/2012
Park’s second phase plans lose bid for state funding 1/24/2012
Stretch energy code to be up for consideration again1/24/2012
Agawam library to offer tips on "practical happiness"1/19/2012
Town updates emergency management website1/17/2012
CPC agrees to fund second phase of park1/17/2012
Public polled on potential dog park1/11/2012
Safety Subcommittee hears comments on Oct. 29 storm response12/20/2011
Council approves FY12 tax rates12/14/2011
Phase I sewer assessment approved12/14/2011
Holiday tour showcases local homes12/6/2011
School Committee hears solutions to state, federal mandates11/29/2011
Agawam provides storm cleanup schedule11/23/2011
Council approves school bond, questions tax agreement11/15/2011
Sandlin says mayoral bid was last run for public office11/15/2011
Presentation outlines schools’ recent MCAS results11/9/2011
Orange light bulbs promote school spirit11/4/2011
Author launches first novel with Nov. 2 book signing10/26/2011
Agawam teams up with East Longmeadow for block grant try10/26/2011
Nonprofits target Agawam to expand community services10/18/2011
Cohen, Sandlin assess votes, continue campaigning10/18/2011
Local GOP host Jobs Forum for region10/12/2011
ACC seeks grant applications10/12/2011
Debate doesn’t ignite sparks10/7/2011
Celebrate autumn with Rotary’s Harvest Fest10/4/2011
Chamber to host candidates’ forum Oct. 610/4/2011
Group sets slate of fund-raisers to purchase bus for Senior Center9/28/2011
Budget, land-taking spark disagreements in council9/28/2011
Mercy opens satellite Hearing Center in Agawam9/21/2011
Committee dismayed by slow progress on sewer project9/21/2011
Supplemental budget should eliminate student fees9/21/2011
Agawam Remembers 9/119/13/2011
Apple Festival planned for Smith House on Sept. 249/13/2011
City Council votes to ease small business tax burden9/13/2011
Ordinance on outdoor dining to be reworked9/7/2011
School fees to be target of expected state aid8/31/2011
New principals, curriculum director ready for start of school year8/23/2011
Student fees to affect athletes, drivers 8/23/2011
Clambake steams up mayoral races8/22/2011
Supplemental budget funds return of resource officer to high school8/16/2011
Mayor will push for restitution in sewer break8/16/2011
School Committee to consider reducing student activity fees8/9/2011
Conservation Commission approves Riverwalk extension, solar project8/2/2011
Planning Board OKs solar project7/26/2011
Planning Board reviews outdoor dining ordinance7/26/2011
Benefit to assist Hogan family with burial expenses set for Aug.77/26/2011
Counseling program gets national attention7/20/2011
Council OKs Jr. High roof appropriation7/12/2011
Six Flags makes donation to Riverwalk upkeep7/5/2011
Reading club scavanger hunters can win theater tickets7/5/2011
Councilors make last-minute move on budget6/28/2011
Council opts against putting CPA repeal on ballot6/28/2011
Sirois sworn in as new fire chief6/22/2011
Fund-raiser nets support for School Street Barn project6/22/2011
Summer school hiring practice sparks ethics investigation6/14/2011
CPA funding to be examined at June 20 meeting6/14/2011
Celebrating 100 years6/9/2011
Avery wins 2011 Congressional Art Competition6/1/2011
Input on Capital Improvement Program sought at June 6 meeting6/1/2011
Clark School Student Council continues tradition5/24/2011
Town announces times for Memorial Day ceremonies5/24/2011
Cohen announces re-election bid5/17/2011
Committee appoints Sapelli interim superintendent 5/17/2011
Easthampton Savings Bank celebrates its Grand Opening5/11/2011
Martin retires from Fire Department5/10/2011
Agawam High students explore work world at annual Expo5/3/2011
No compromise reached on FY12 school budget5/3/2011
Sandlin announces run for Agawam's mayor4/26/2011
Six Flags supports Shrine Circus community performance 4/26/2011
School Committee wrestles with latest budget4/19/2011
Family-friendly roller coaster ready for season opening at Six Flags4/19/2011
Council approves new dog license fee, gets update on sewer project's Phase Two4/12/2011
Insurance Center of New England officially opens 4/5/2011
Reorganization Subcommittee seeks expert advice on trimming town expenses4/5/2011
Department heads approached for input on zoning update3/29/2011
Mayor requests salary concessions3/29/2011
Cuts required to meet level funded school budget3/22/2011
Financial boost to help Millennium Press succeed 3/15/2011
Fund-raisers, donations boost Fuel Assistance Fund3/9/2011
Cohen cites Agawam's strengths 3/9/2011
Planning Board to update town's outmoded zoning law3/1/2011
School Street barn could earn spot on the National Historic Register2/23/2011
Duracell challenges public to 'power those who protect us'2/23/2011
Six Flags welcomes new coaster this spring2/15/2011
School superintendent, city councilors debate over cell phone bill 2/1/2011
Squabble over Veterans' Council may be at an end1/18/2011
Rheault, Rossi to continue as council leadership1/11/2011
Fate of Meadow Street property uncertain1/4/2011
Bedside ceremony lets dying mother fulfill her daughter's wedding wish12/28/2010
City Council raises business, property taxes for FY1112/16/2010
Agawam Shoppes welcomes newest tenant12/8/2010
Abutters question cost of electricity upgrades11/24/2010
Council on Aging awards four for service to seniors11/23/2010
Agawam resident wins 'Ms. Senior Massachusetts Pageant11/23/2010
Agawam honors area's veterans11/16/2010
Sandlin opts out of recount11/16/2010
Open house to update public on power upgrades11/9/2010
Mayor's proposed tax shift increases bills11/3/2010
Reorganization subcommittee to review government spending11/3/2010
City seeking help to gain state funding10/27/2010
Sandlin named to The Orphan Foundation Board of Directors10/19/2010
Sandlin, Boldyga, Bonavita have verbal tussle at debate10/12/2010
Welch, Magovern lobby for position in state senate10/12/2010
Agawam Day celebration livens up Big E10/5/2010
Agawam resident creates 5K benefit10/5/2010
Paquette's legacy endures in hearts of loved ones9/28/2010
Grant could offset $1.3 million school repairs9/15/2010
Council considers raising fees for Perry Lane Nursery School9/15/2010
Agawam commemorates 9-119/13/2010
Dawson determined to 'make it a winning ticket this time'9/7/2010
New superhero coaster to thrill riders next year9/7/2010
Straszko estate sends library surprise donation8/31/2010
Pedestrian, vehicle safety to be improved in Main Street corridor8/25/2010
Sewer backups prompt changes to city legislation8/17/2010
Training center to be new home for veterans8/10/2010
Sandlin skeptical that opponents could 'do the job better'8/4/2010
Operation of emergency phone system may change over allegations of multiple misuses7/27/2010
Agawam weathers economic downturn7/27/2010
New park president brings Six Flags back to 'core values of operation'7/22/2010
CPA plans to continue work through FY11 7/13/2010
Renovators on site to assess repairs necessary for historic landmark7/13/2010
Superintendent praised for a year's work6/29/2010
Budget passes but not before controversy over education6/29/2010
Kids splash into Mr. Six's newest island adventure6/22/2010
City leaders strive to achieve Green Community designation6/16/2010
City Councilors weigh in on Vets' Council controversy6/9/2010
Cohen to sign commitment to military families of deployed6/9/2010
Friends of the Agawam Senior Center celebrate 25 years6/1/2010
Stretch Energy Code on agenda for upcoming public hearing6/1/2010
Teenage cancer survivor to lead Six Flags 2010 Walk in the Park5/26/2010
Brouhaha erupts over Veterans' Council5/18/2010
Mayor's budget proposal 'averts large-scale layoffs'5/18/2010
MassDOT project to improve safety 5/12/2010
Federal grant increases firefighter safety5/4/2010
Big-ticket capital improvements in the works 4/27/2010
ATI honors Palagne, V&F Auto as Humanitarian of the Year4/27/2010
School, city officials consider new ECC, high school 4/20/2010
Business owner proves youth, fashion are just states of mind4/14/2010
Addiction resource center opens April 74/6/2010
Agawam native finds unique career path3/31/2010
New business to take chance at Agawam Shoppes3/31/2010
Anti-bullying forum to promote tolerance3/23/2010
Student seeks help to 'dominate' competition3/23/2010
Town government stable, secure under leadership3/17/2010
Student brings 'chic' style to 'diggity dawg' $20k scholarship3/9/2010
Mihos bringing populist stance to party nomination fight3/3/2010
Candidates line up to unseat Rep. Rosemary Sandlin3/3/2010
City officials call on public to help save School Street Barn2/23/2010
City officials support state's proposal to amend the CPA2/17/2010
New center helps those on dialysis2/10/2010
City continues with next phases of the Sewer Extension Project2/2/2010
Mother pledges to aid victims of substance abuse 1/26/2010
Chefs for Jimmy aims to raise $1 million1/19/2010
Cohen Returns1/13/2010
Cohen begins new administration1/5/2010
Limited funding won't inhibit Cultural Council12/29/2009
New year could mean renewed future for Agawam 12/22/2009
Council passes shift raising property taxes12/15/2009
Students vie for First Lego League championships 12/8/2009
City, chamber work to answer questions on economic growth12/8/2009
Council divided on tax shift12/1/2009
Agawam woman working to keep children warm this winter11/25/2009
Nicora selected state's Emergency Management Director of the Year11/25/2009
The tots that donate toys11/18/2009
First ever Project 6 serves all corners of the community11/18/2009
NAMI invites public to a year of forums on mental illness11/18/2009
Town makes moves to protect landmark11/11/2009
Cohen brings new attitude to this election cycle11/11/2009
City finally delivers on promise for sewers 11/3/2009
Musicians to join fight against cancer11/3/2009
'Bizarre' changes win coaster fifth Golden Ticket 11/3/2009
Ousted candidates refuse to quit race 10/27/2009
Energy Commission to focus on green initiatives throughout town10/20/2009
Benton, Cohen make the cut for mayor's seat10/13/2009
Locals prove pink is 'tres chic' throughout October 10/13/2009
Sewers on their way to those with failing septic systems 10/6/2009
Feeding Hills resident shoots for world championship10/6/2009
Firefighters answer the call for service to community9/29/2009
Audience laughs, sinckers, cheers for mayoral candidates9/22/2009
City to break ground on sewer project this month9/22/2009
Dawson questioned on re-election campaign violation9/22/2009
Agawam native sculpts pain, faith into melodic treatise9/15/2009
Democratic Town Committee to bestow honors for dedicated service9/8/2009
Long hours, elbow grease make Park and Rec. flourish9/8/2009
A dedicated few continue efforts to preserve an historic landmark9/1/2009
Politicians gather for annual clambake8/25/2009
Council majority votes to diminish stabilization account8/25/2009
Six Flags, Jimmy Fund, Red Sox unite to 'strike out cancer'8/25/2009
Six Flags offers free tuition to lucky college student8/18/2009
New restaurant hits it right On The Mark8/12/2009
School Street Barn to raise funds, be placed on historic register8/12/2009
City Council to vote on future of Thomas Smith House8/4/2009
Talks taking place on possible establishment of Energy Commission8/4/2009
Town's fiscal year 2010 budget finally approved8/4/2009
Friends of Rivera honor memory, raise funds for Shriner's Hospital7/28/2009
City officials still navigating through budget process7/21/2009
Bethany hits links for good cause7/21/2009
Residents petition to repeal CPA, despite extensive work7/14/2009
Officials refuse to slow economic development7/14/2009
New DPW director 'prioritizing problems' throughout town 7/14/2009
Library selected as site for famous historical images7/7/2009
Lack of manpower won't prevent SummerFest, KidsFest6/30/2009
Friends, family pay tribute to true gentleman6/30/2009
Candidates quick to charge at Dawson6/23/2009
Survivor's family pledges to 'pay it forward'6/23/2009
Dawson to seek re-election6/23/2009
Agricultural Commission lacks quorum6/23/2009
Agawam largely eludes FY10 economic catastrophes6/16/2009
Return to nature at Robinson State Park6/16/2009
Cooper's to host fundraiser for Shriners Hospital6/10/2009
Valley paramedics work to save one of their own6/9/2009
Rossi attempts to dig up answers on Corey Street 6/2/2009
Preschoolers get 'smart' about autism6/2/2009
Loophole found in use rate5/26/2009
Six Flags New England opens bizarre new ride5/26/2009
Mayor fails to turn in FY10 budget by deadline5/19/2009
Community Preservation Act Committee seeks input on millions in spending5/19/2009
Dawson: Czajkowski to decide teacher layoffs5/13/2009
Mayor's CIP contains mostly housekeeping projects5/5/2009
Parents of children with autism create much-needed support group5/5/2009
Five candidates vying for mayor's seat4/28/2009
Agawam Lions band together for ailing cub4/21/2009
Town farmers lobby for new commission4/14/2009
Families on mission to restore cut funding4/7/2009
Classmate inspires others to 'walk for babies'3/31/2009
Residents return to houses of worship during economic crisis 3/24/2009
City Address emphasizes accomplishments, not crises3/18/2009
Former Secret Service agent champions honor above all 3/10/2009
Burn victim makes miraculous three-month recovery3/3/2009
Six Flags denies bankruptcy rumors and opens new business 3/3/2009
Six Flags, JDRF partner to fullfill million wishes for cure2/24/2009
'Structurally deficient' bridge will deteriorate until 20142/24/2009
Town provides forum for public input on economic development2/17/2009
Kozloski to be honored for lifetime of service2/17/2009
Officials to face budget crisis as a team2/11/2009
Dialysis Center to offer convenient treatment2/3/2009
Agawam celebrates new Senior Center1/27/2009
City Councilors to make their voices heard in Boston1/27/2009
Legislators disagree on new pay raise1/21/2009
Chamber promotes life lessons for students1/21/2009
Council majority votes to keep status quo1/14/2009
Cultural Council rewards exceptional artists1/6/2009
Council, mayor work to draft new Capital Improvement Plan1/6/2009
Call fire fighters donate new vests to AFD12/30/2008
Chefs to raise funds for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute 12/22/2008
Property values show town remains in economic microcosm12/22/2008
Regional Chair calls for massive rebuilding of Republican Party12/16/2008
Candidates already vying for mayor's seat12/9/2008
Wingard to cast historic ballot12/9/2008
From reality12/3/2008
Teacher's dream becomes reality for students12/3/2008
Agawam kicks off annual Toys for Tots campaign11/25/2008
'Acts of charity' serve as 'testament' to community, family11/18/2008
Agawam insulated from nation's economic downturn11/18/2008
Sandlin to return with 'in your face' attitude11/11/2008
NEASC team completes analysis of Agawam High School11/4/2008
Sweepstakes winner 'sidelined' at Patriots game10/28/2008
Town to develop remaining 20 acres of School Street Park10/28/2008
Sandlin and Boldyga schedule last minute debate10/28/2008
NAMI-WM fight stigmas about mental illness10/21/2008
Mayor signs green proclamation10/21/2008
Democratic committee to honor Fitzpatrick, Sandlin10/14/2008
Candidates struggle to organize debate10/14/2008
Childhood innocence unites a community10/6/2008
Agawam ready for Mother Nature10/6/2008
Agawam High School receives second Bio-Tech grant10/6/2008
Business is good and nutty for this entrepreneur 9/30/2008
Challengers Try to Oust Incumbents9/30/2008
Flood of orange and brown invades The Big E9/30/2008
Fuel assistance fund diminished this season9/23/2008
City Council approves Sewer Extension Project 9/23/2008
Council to flush sewer extension project9/15/2008
Breast cancer survivor walks for a cure9/15/2008
Dawson inspires thousands to cure diabetes9/8/2008
'Superman' receives third consecutive Golden Ticket9/8/2008
Water, sewers necessities for development9/2/2008
Feeding Hills residents 'shoot' for championship title9/2/2008
Tennis passion creates career 9/2/2008
Children prove cancer isn't 'A Walk in the Park'8/26/2008
Warriors victorious over all competitors8/26/2008
Councilors set to vote on ordinance for school funds8/19/2008
Anytime Fitness ready to become first full gym in Agawam8/19/2008
Mayor dispels rumors about new senior center8/13/2008
Efforts to repair bridge progressing ... slowly8/5/2008
College grad receives most prestigious scholarship in U.S.7/29/2008
Monster mortgage won't cover all costly repairs7/22/2008
KidsFest and SummerFest liven up Vet's Green7/15/2008
Team 'No Victims' to walk for a cure7/15/2008
Town officials prepare for possibility of disasters7/8/2008
Glow in the Park Parade to shine bright at Six Flags7/1/2008
High school sophomore senses plight of human condition 7/1/2008
Agawam Fire Department awarded EMS Service of the Year7/1/2008
A mother's eternal love pays tribute to lost son6/24/2008
New committee to promote going green in Agawam6/24/2008
Sewer project still in the pipeline6/17/2008
Students to reclaim playscape after vandalism6/17/2008
Friends of Robinson Park mend fences with DCR6/17/2008
Economic development top priority for Dawson administration6/17/2008
Dawson to meet demand for increased school funding6/10/2008
Awards ceremony spotlights exceptional senior class6/10/2008
School Departments tip scales of FY09 budgets6/4/2008
Veterans' memorial pathway growing6/2/2008
Park Prices Plunge5/27/2008
Mayors wrestle with budget5/20/2008
Agawam Public Schools receive glowing EQA report5/20/2008
Dawson spotlights change5/13/2008
Dedicated women devote careers to autistic students5/13/2008
Mayor releases $4.8 million Capital Improvement Program5/6/2008
Cameron to continue his friend's work on the School Committee 5/6/2008
Steve & Barry's galvanizes former Food Mart Plaza4/29/2008
'Dark Knight' now 'glows in the park'4/22/2008
Vacant seat prompts increased interest4/22/2008
School Street Park nears completion4/15/2008
Schools see 'positive' results from new behavior program4/8/2008
School Committee weighs in on FY09 budget4/1/2008
'Superman' to soar into Six Flags this season4/1/2008
New business to revitalize Food Mart plaza3/26/2008
Pending lawsuits leave little room in budget3/18/2008
Ride rips into Six Flags3/11/2008
'Paper Clips' unite towns in honor of Holocaust victims 3/4/2008
test agawam story3/2/2008
City Council dismisses Sewer Extension Project2/26/2008
Influx of veterans in need calls for increased Chapter 115 funds2/26/2008
'Dark Knight' slows coast into Six Flags2/26/2008
Complaints trigger City Council to amend ordinance 2/19/2008
Sewer extension project CLOGGED2/12/2008
Senior Center to be completed ahead of schedule2/12/2008
City Council denies Meadowbrook / Valleybrook park funding2/12/2008
Rounds of 'applause' to kick off Cultural Council's 2008 schedule2/6/2008
Neighborhood residents call for park's revival1/30/2008
One of two ordinances approved for Sewer Extension Project1/30/2008
Senior center plans receive tentative approval1/30/2008
Progress of community center stalled by senior center1/23/2008
Letellier and Calabrese take over reigns of City Council1/16/2008
Owners of South Agawam Storage seek $54,000 in lost revenue1/16/2008
Miracle on Main Street: Community gives family a Christmas1/8/2008
Dawson brings a new dawn for Agawam1/8/2008
Slamming the door on the foreclosure boom1/2/2008
Sewer project tabled until mayor-elect settles in12/26/2007
Community Center assessment team adopt final report12/26/2007
Cohen presented with community service awards12/19/2007
More than 'Six Flags' donated to town 12/19/2007
Mayor-elect transitions into role12/19/2007
Housing crisis hits home12/11/2007
New ordinances could further sewer extension12/11/2007
It's Official: Dawson's Mayor12/4/2007
Enforcement flaws hinder youth smoking ordinance12/4/2007
Parking ordinance repealed11/27/2007
Police Patrolmen's Union halts negotiations with Cohen11/27/2007
Thursday's recount to decide fates of Cohen and Magovern11/27/2007
Mom's Night Out promises great holiday shopping11/27/2007
Agawam joins the Mass Recycle! Campaign11/20/2007
Toys for Tots campaign kicks off in Agawam11/20/2007
Town employees break record once again for United Way11/20/2007
Dawson squeaks by Cohen11/14/2007
Couple to share Thanksgiving with their community11/14/2007
Tuggie MacQueen makes dog fashion high art11/14/2007
Agawam's Booming11/6/2007
Senior Center dedicated to community service11/6/2007
Mother's remarkable effort sends over 400 packages to Iraq11/6/2007
Cohen and Dawson bring out the big guns 10/30/2007
School Committee debate opens for mayoral theatrics10/30/2007
Friends fight for 'natural state' at Robinson State Park10/30/2007
Tensions remain high over Police Patrolmen contract10/24/2007
Public Sector kicks off 2007 fundraising campaign for United Way 10/24/2007
Mayor proclaims United Nations Day10/24/2007
Police confront Mayor10/16/2007
Dedicated seniors bringing new center to life10/16/2007
Birthday bash celebrates 50 years at Clark Elementary10/16/2007
New ordinance aimed at stomping out teen smoking10/9/2007
Mother inspired to help troops serving in Iraq10/9/2007
Mayor's suggestions spark more debate 10/2/2007
Laborers' Union representative says 'no' to Barr Inc. 9/25/2007
Massive cleanup reopens Pynchon Point 9/25/2007
Negotiations heated over patrolmen's new contract9/19/2007
After dust settles, subcommittees work to draft new parking ordinance9/19/2007
More controversy surrounds transient parking ordinance9/12/2007
Celtic concert series to educate and entertain 9/12/2007
'City Council duped by new parking ordinance' Rheault9/4/2007
Local artist opens fourth show of new work 9/4/2007
City Council approves $6.4 bond for new Senior Center9/4/2007
Agawam elections underway8/30/2007
Lions Club looking for people to help with Big E fundraiser8/30/2007
Historical Association strives to keep the Smith House standing 8/22/2007
Residents can help those serving overseas8/15/2007
Developer breaks ground on new medical building 8/7/2007
Senior Center Expansion Fund growing8/7/2007
Emergency notification system alerts residents in minutes 7/31/2007
Couple fights removal of goats from property7/24/2007
Much needed Senior Center becoming reality7/24/2007
New director has been named to Department of Veterans' Services7/18/2007
Charity golf event to raise funds for soldiers7/11/2007
SummerFest 2007 kicks off concert series with local talent 7/11/2007
KidsFest: Kids invited to come out for summer of music, magic and fun7/11/2007
City budget passes7/3/2007
Thomas the Tank pulls into Six Flags New England7/3/2007
Mayor announces he will run for his 5th term in office6/27/2007
City Council finally votes on controversial parking ordinance6/27/2007
Housewares opens to rave reviews6/27/2007
Lawns come alive with swing6/20/2007
Beginners tennis league sparks interest 6/20/2007
Town honors former city councilor6/20/2007
Rt. 57 higer priority for Mass. Highway6/14/2007
Students participate in Army Career Day6/14/2007
New parking ordinance at city council6/14/2007
Mayor donates to soldiers6/6/2007
Mayor honors paramedic6/6/2007
City files emergency preamble on parking issue5/30/2007
Support CPA Resolution5/30/2007
Agawam couple is suing the city5/23/2007
WOC awards participants5/23/2007
Council amends zoning for parking5/16/2007
Mayor recognizes Gold Medalist5/9/2007
Public invited to offer opinion5/9/2007
"Yelling Doesn't Work!"5/2/2007
Local officials attend third annual Cultural Night4/25/2007
Bitzas seeks support of resolution4/25/2007
Six Flags makes strides to serve hard liquor4/18/2007
Six Flags gets crowd "wiggling" despite the rain4/18/2007
School Street Project has lift off4/11/2007
Local man says he will keep fighting4/4/2007
High School hosts Job Fair4/4/2007
Ad Hoc pushes for additional funding of School Street Park4/4/2007
Mayor delivers State of the City Address3/21/2007
Tenggren opens up his field of dreams3/21/2007
Council must decide on new cell phone tower3/14/2007
Lone Councilor argues against city pay raise3/14/2007
Sewage makeover anticipated for Concerned Citizens in City2/21/2007
City Council member clears up reported comments on Historic Overlay Proposal2/7/2007
Six Flags attempts to increase Park's revenue1/31/2007
Could residents lose local news coverage?1/24/2007
Young entrepreneur award given at local high school1/17/2007
Friends to sell French Meat Pies and travel the globe1/10/2007
Local man sings memories of the early 1900's 1/3/2007
Teens advise on the 'Giving Tree'1/3/2007
New Soliciter and Associate Soliciter sworn in12/21/2006
Local is named into the Hall of Fame12/13/2006
Family places tree in honor of son12/13/2006
CPA approves additional funding 12/6/2006
Memory Lane Chorus invites new members11/29/2006
Sandlin addresses issues11/22/2006
Lighting ceremony will be at new venue11/15/2006
SpEdWatch founder speaks at the library11/8/2006
The new DPW lets in the community11/1/2006
United Way launches Municipal Campaign10/25/2006
Plans for Senior Center are unveiled last Wednesday10/18/2006
Hurricane Katrina volunteers tell their story10/18/2006
City honors former City honors former solicitor last week10/11/2006
Senior Center extends date for nominations10/4/2006
New senior center has funding as earmarked9/27/2006
Playground constructed to honor the memory of Christopher Nadle 9/20/2006
Agreement is signed by Agawam9/13/2006
City Council meeting results in new projects 9/13/2006
Council will write on Robinson9/6/2006
Columnist to visit library9/6/2006
Magovern kicks-off campaign for state rep 9/6/2006
Cultural Council announces third season of 'Applause'8/23/2006
Cultural Council plans New York City bus trips8/16/2006
New Committee is formed 8/16/2006
Calling all Robin Hoods and Robyn Hoods8/2/2006
Friends to host Walks in Park8/2/2006
Kidsfest '06 features mimes and music 8/2/2006
Councilor calls for answer7/26/2006
Is preservation an illusion?7/19/2006
Candidates on the ballot for the third Hampden District are released7/19/2006
Friends' project benefits from golf tournament7/13/2006
Group hosts hikes in Robinson State Park7/13/2006
Conference brings media and environmentalists to Robinson7/3/2006
Library to have a Chocolate Festival6/28/2006
50's musical is next for Teen Ensemble Theatre6/28/2006
Bingo for books to be presented By GFWC6/22/2006
Feeding Hills' Teen earns Gold6/22/2006
Golf Tournament is big success despite weather6/14/2006
Reilly tours local testing lab6/14/2006
Good vibrations at 'WingFest 2006'6/7/2006
Local artist creates Pomegranate Collection5/31/2006
State Park to be logged?5/31/2006
Library features Annalee doll exhibit5/24/2006
New formula affects budget5/17/2006
Library to begin 'The Socrates Cafe' on May 165/11/2006
Bobby Schindler, brother of Terri Schiavo, to speak in Agawam 5/11/2006
Volunteers clean up Pynchon Point 5/3/2006
Crafters sought for fund-raiser4/26/2006
Bitzas explains resolution4/26/2006
Local teen hosts dance to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association4/13/2006
Rotary presents "Service Above Self" award to Patricia Souder4/6/2006
Groups host clean-up4/4/2006
Program reduces solid and fiscal waste3/23/2006
AJWC announces Easter plant sale3/8/2006
St. Patrick's Committee announces 2006 award winners3/8/2006
Children explore theatre3/2/2006
Bitzas receives an award for his sales achievements2/22/2006
Job fair to bring together local businesses and students2/15/2006
Mayor names new Sr. Center director2/15/2006
AJWC to host annual fashion show and brunch to benefit their scholarship fund2/8/2006
Agawam Public Library to feature a variety of artwork this month2/8/2006
Sacred Heart Church prepares for 60th anniversary2/1/2006
New attendance policy was implemented Jan. 232/1/2006
Rep. Keenan resigns1/18/2006
Financial stability remains a top priority for Cohen1/11/2006
Kit & Kaboodle holds registration for winter theatre workshops1/4/2006
Church hosts Boar's Head Festival12/28/2005
Church offers new series12/28/2005
Agawam Cultural Council announces grant recipients12/14/2005
Library receives grant to improve customer service12/14/2005
Grant helps Agawam continue its waste reduction efforts12/8/2005
AJWC hosts a variety of holiday events11/30/2005
Career Center hopes to increase partnerships with local businesses11/17/2005
NRDC eager to continue11/17/2005
October was a successful fund-raising month for the Friends11/9/2005
City receives Urban Self-Help grant11/9/2005
AJWC works to collect items for a variety of organizations11/2/2005
Agawam launches new city website11/2/2005
Galvin outlines state's needs10/26/2005
Former Ames building purchased10/19/2005
Katsoulis announces City Council candidacy10/19/2005
Officials look to increase recycling awareness in the city10/19/2005
DPW reminds residents about yard waste drop-off passes10/19/2005
Sandlin announces re-election bid for School Committee10/19/2005
Bonavita seeks a seat on the School Committee10/19/2005
Library's Teen Advisory Council hosts collection for hurricane victims10/19/2005
Drivers warned of bridge lane closures10/13/2005
AJWC collects used cell phones for women at risk of domestic abuse10/13/2005
Library's Teen Advisory Council hosts collection for hurricane victims10/13/2005
Applause series to feature author Jacqueline Sheehan10/6/2005
Agawam Middle School recognizes sixth grade honor roll students10/6/2005
Council Candidate sees youth recreation center as a priority9/29/2005
AJWC seek walkers, donations for the Rays of Hope Walk9/29/2005
Friends sell coupons to benefit the Sr. Center expansion9/21/2005
Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Agawam receives a $4.8 million expansion grant9/21/2005
'Applause' series to begin9/14/2005
Cohen puts on freeze 9/14/2005
Golden Agers invite residents to take part in trips9/7/2005
Cultural Council sponsors program about Mark Twain and his wife, Olivia9/1/2005
Nomination papers certified9/1/2005
Local gymnasts perform well at AAU Junior Olympics8/24/2005
The Playing Space to perform its first show next month8/24/2005
South End Bridge work begins ... again8/17/2005
Cohen kicks off campaign for fourth term8/17/2005
City hosts household hazardous waste collection8/11/2005
Deadline looms for residents interested in city positions8/11/2005
A quick snack8/3/2005
Historical Association works to restore Thomas Smith House8/3/2005
Bowl for kids' sake7/27/2005
Chamber supports Tennis Road project7/27/2005
Planning Board does not approve of zoning amendment7/27/2005
Improvements made to plaza7/20/2005
Office of Emergency Management donates glowsticks to seniors7/20/2005
City to host household hazardous waste collection7/13/2005
Residents disagree about proposed zoning amendment7/12/2005
Many potential candidates have taken out nomination papers7/5/2005
FY06 budget approved6/30/2005
Library offers new program for local tweens and teens6/30/2005
Agawam resident donates hair to Locks of Love Program6/30/2005
Agawam Public Library announces summer programs 6/22/2005
Long overdue DPW facility project begins in Agawam6/22/2005
Agawam resident hopes to patent new invention6/14/2005
Sesquicentennial Grand Parade to wrap up city-wide celebration6/14/2005
Agawam Cultural Council announces 2005 SummerFest schedule6/1/2005
Agawam custodians receive an award for their recycling efforts6/1/2005
Wing Contest5/25/2005
Memorial Day Events5/25/2005
Birthday coming up5/19/2005
The Daily Grind to offer a unique coffee shop atmosphere5/12/2005
Congreate Housing4/19/2005
Economic hearings4/19/2005