Historic Victory Feels ‘awesome’

Historic victory feels ‘awesome’

  • November 17, 2009

By Mike Plaisance mplaisance@repub.com Source: Sunday Republican (Springfield)Sunday,November 8, 2009Being the first woman is important, but Holyoke's new mayor is not losing sight of the issues. HOLYOKE - The woman who would be making history in less than an hour…

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Final conditions set for waste station

  • October 12, 2009

from The Sun, October 2-8, 2009By Aimee Henderson, Staff Writerahenderson@turley.comHOLYOKE – The City Council voted 13-1 at its last regular meeting to accept conditions for a special permit recommended by the Ordinance Committee for a solid waste transfer station located…

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Event: Meet and Greet at the Gilburg’s, 110 Lincoln St.

  • September 19, 2009

Sunday, September 20, from 4:00-6:00pm.The Gilburg Family is hosting a "Meet and Greet" event at their home at 110 Lincoln St, Holyoke.This will be a multi-candidate event as the Gilburg's have invited At-Large Candidates, Rebecca Lisi, Rory Casey, Jay Ferreira,…

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Historic Holyoke homes look for official oversight

  • September 9, 2009

from The RepublicanWednesday, September 09, 2009 By MIKE PLAISANCE mplaisance@repub.comHOLYOKE - Stone walls frame the intersection. The road itself presents a median of trees and green grass bisecting a street lined with hulking Victorians, the old mansions standing on both…

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Chatter about a Charter Commission in Holyoke

  • August 16, 2009

By Alex Ross, Turley CorrespondentHOLYOKE - Residents of the Paper City will soon know the candidates appearing on the ballot this November for seats on a Charter Commission, as the Sept. 22 deadline for nomination papers to be submitted inches…

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