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New gas utility bylaw passes muster with AG

By Chris Maza LONGMEADOW – The Attorney General Maura Healy’s Office recently approved most of a zoning bylaw change aimed at creating restrictions for natural gas facilities in town. The bylaw change was approved by voters at the May 14 Town Meeting by a 2/3 majority vote. While the Attorney General supported the majority […]

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Bound volumes of the Longmeadow News. (Photo by Chris Maza)

Storrs Library seeks to preserve history digitally

By Chris Maza LONGMEADOW – Storrs Library is in the early stages of preparing historical documents, including a large collection of Longmeadow News archives, to be preserved digitally. Director Jean Maziarz explained the library came into possession bound volumes of past issues of the Longmeadow News – from the first edition in 1969 through […]

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Longmeadow lacrosse seniors say goodbye

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By Evan Wheaton Correspondent WELLESLEY – Rather than the usual team captain approach, all 11 seniors on the Longmeadow girls lacrosse team walked up to receive the runner up trophy after falling to Notre Dame Academy in the Division 1 state championship, 8-7. For them, this was their last chance to win the title after four […]