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Ruth’s House resident receives Golden Cane

  By Hope E. Tremblay, Editor LONGMEADOW — Selma Paroshinsky, 103, is Longmeadow’s oldest living resident, but she’s keeping the secret to longevity to herself. Last week, Paroshinsky received the Golden Cane Award from the Select Board and Adult Center and when Adult Center Executive Director Amy Saada whispered to Paroshinsky to find out how […]

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Redistricting committee narrows options

LONGMEADOW – The Longmeadow Public Schools Redistricting Advisory Committee has narrowed its options to Proposal A. The group is charged with recommending a plan for redistricting elementary schools to Superintendent Marie Doyle with the priorities of balancing enrollment in all three schools, provide similar educational experience to all students, monitor the safety of students, determine […]

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Police Log April 23

April 13 12:45 a.m.: Police investigated a report of a barking dog on Converse Street. The homeowner brought the dog inside. 2:20 a.m.: A ticket was issued for overnight parking on Englewood Road. 2:21 a.m.: A ticket was issued for overnight parking on Riverview Avenue. 2:23 a.m.: A ticket was issued for overnight parking on […]

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Parks & Rec offers spring and summer programs

Camp Registration Night: Wednesday, April 29 from 6:00-8:00 at Longmeadow Community House. For your convenience, we have added office hours so you can register for your summer programs in person. Please contact (413)565-4160 with any questions. Passport Acceptance Hours: Beginning May 1st, the Parks & Recreation Department will reduce US Passport acceptance hours. The new […]