Brush fires pose threat around early spring
A few warm, rainless days in a row and a gust of wind can set an acre or more ablaze this time of year.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Deadline approaching on nomination papers for Monson town election;...
MONSON - Selectman Edward A. Maia has announced that he will not seek reelection, and so far, only Highway Surveyor John R. Morrell has taken out nomination papers to run for Maia's three-year position on the Board of Selectmen.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
'Next to Normal' to end Majestic Theater's 2013-2014 season
Event: "Next to Norrmal" When: April 17 to June 1, shows run Wednesday through Sunday Where: Majestic Theater, 131 Elm St., West Springfield Cost: $22 to $29 For more info: Call 747-7797 or visit majestictheater.com Broadway's award-winning rock musical, "Next to Normal," a provocative play that explores one suburban family's struggle with mental ... (more)
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Garden news: April 9, 2014
Garden club scholarships Monson - The Monson Garden Club has announced that applications for its high school and college scholarships are now available to students who are continuing their education in any branch of the life, natural or environmental sciences.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Connecticut man arrested for Monson break-in; police searching for other victims
Monson police are hoping to find the rightful owners of several items found in possession of a man charged with two break-ins.
Wilbraham & Monson Academy students focus on casino impact
Denise Jordan, chief of staff to Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, and Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse served on a panel during the Wilbraham & Monson Academy conference "The City" on Thursday.
Springfield artist Carole Guthrie wins Best of Show in Monson Arts Council art show
Carole Guthrie, a Springfield artist has been awarded Best of Show for her acrylic abstract painting, entitled "I See the Figure 5 on Edge" at the Arts Council's annual spring art exhibition and sale.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Monson police asking residents to talk to their children about...
MONSON - Police Chief Stephen Kozloski Jr. is advising residents that a high number of used hypodermic needles have been found downtown recently, and that parents should talk to their children about the risks of handling the needles, as they have been found along routes used by schoolchildren.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Plus Papers: Monson Arts Council opens spring art exhibition
MONSON - Eight-four artists will exhibit an exciting variety of work in the Arts Council's 21st annual spring art exhibition and sale which will runs for three weekends through April 13. In all, 112 works of art, including sculpture, painting, photography, drawing, and prints will shine in the nine galleries at the House of Art, 200 Main St.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Power outages hit East Longmeadow, Hampden & Monson; National Grid...
Some 4,000 customers in three Hampden County towns are without power, and a National Grid official believes it is due to heavy winds.
Monson's Western Mass Performs talent show winners honored from...
Christina Colon, 15, of Wilbraham was the $1,000 top prize winner at the Arts Council's Western Mass Performs talent show MONSON - Christina Colon, of Wilbraham, a 15-year-old who performed "Ain't No Sunshine," was this year's winner of the $1,000 top prize at the Arts Council's annual talent show, "Western Mass Performs."
Mon Mar 24, 2014
'Inequality For All' film and discussion at Unitarian...
The Social Action Committee of the Unitarian Universalists Parish in Monson is part of a social movement focused on wealth disparity and increasing the minimum wage.