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  1. 'Camperships' to help HIV/AIDS children attend summer camp offered by Holyoke organizationRead the original story

    Monday Jun 4 |

    HOLYOKE -- Children living with HIV/AIDS can get grants to pay for summer camp thanks to a community service organization. "Nueva Esperanza is proud to announce the creation and availability of a 'campership' fund for this youth population throughout all of Western Massachusetts," Nelson R. Roman, executive director of Nueva Esperanza Inc. , a community service organization at 401 Main St., said Monday.


  2. No. 7 Sabis boys volleyball defeats No. 10 Holyoke, 3-1, in first...Read the original story

    Thursday May 31 |

    Before Ki-Sean Johnson's game-winning kill secured No. 7 Sabis boys volleyball's spot in a quarterfinal, Aaron Williams made a statement.


  3. Western Mass. Baseball Top 20: Westfield back on top, Taconic climbingRead the original story

    Tuesday May 29 |

    In the final rankings of the regular season, Westfield once again inched its way back into the top spot, this time after the Bombers defeated both Minnechaug and Longmeadow over the past week. East Longmeadow took a win over Pope Francis, but lost to Taconic, dropping it down into the No.


  4. Boys volleyball scoreboard for Friday, May 18th: No. 5 Ludlow defeats ...Read the original story

    May 18, 2018 |

    No. 5 Ludlow defeated No. 9 Holyoke on Friday, with much of its roster contributing in the 3-0 victory.


  5. Valley Blue Sox host season kickoff party in SpringfieldRead the original story

    May 17, 2018 |

    When the Valley Blue Sox hit the field next month, they will be the defending New England Collegiate Baseball League champions. Thursday night, fans were on hand during the team's season kickoff party at the LaQuinta Inn as they got a chance to look over champs' trophy and reflect on a great 2017 season with hopes of a repeat.


  6. Julia Annecchiarico earns 400th-career strikeout during No. 14 Ludlow ...Read the original story

    May 16, 2018 |

    Coming into Wednesday's matchup against Amherst, Ludlow softball's starting pitcher Julia Annecchiarico was three strikeout's away from reaching a milestone. After Annecchiarico struck out the first two Hurricanes during the bottom of the first inning, Richita Randhir was next to bat.


  7. Owners of Berkshire East to purchase Catamount Ski AreaRead the original story

    May 8, 2018 |

    The owners of Berkshire East are announcing they will purchase Catamount Ski Area, joining together two long-running independently-owned Western Massachusetts ski areas. The sale is to close this May and the deal will call for the Catamount management team to remain in place for the upcoming year, according to the announcement made Tuesday.


  8. Longtime assistant pro Rick Leal takes over top spot at semiprivate Wyckoff Country ClubRead the original story

    May 1, 2018 |

    "Tony did so many things so well here for so many years ... being able to talk to him or text him about something has been a huge help so far,'' said Leal, an assistant under Kelley for the last 11 years at the Holyoke club. Leal has taken over the head professional role at the semiprivate club this season, after Kelley ended a 32-year run there when he took a full-time job at The Island Country Club on Marco Island, Fla.


  9. Tyler Achatz' four hits lead No. 5 Longmeadow baseball in win over No. 12 HolyokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2018 |

    Due to inclement weather, it had only played two games since losing its season opener to No. 12 Holyoke more than two weeks ago.


  10. Renovating Scott Tower, train station among topics at Holyoke forum...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2018 |

    HOLYOKE -- Scott Tower above Community Field and the former H.H. Richardson train station were among possible projects that could be funded with Community Preservation Act money as discussed at a public forum Wednesday. The forum held by the Community Preservation Act Committee drew about 50 people to the Senior Center, 291 Pine St. The CPA surcharge adds 1.5 percent of a property owner's bill, but exemptions of the first $100,000 of a property's value and for elderly and poor property owners would reduce the surcharge.


  11. Track & field scoreboard for Thursday, April 5: Northampton edges Holyoke in first spring matchupRead the original story

    Apr 5, 2018 |

    The Northampton boys track and field team faced a tough test against Holyoke Thursday, but the Blue Devils held on for a 80-56 home victory. Cole Lavalle was a force for the Blue Devils, winning both the 100m and 200m while leading off a 4x100 relay group that placed first with a time of 48.7. Holyoke's Jaeden Alejandro dominated in hurdle events, winning both the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles .


  12. Holyokers asked to complete survey on Community Preservation ActRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2018 |

    The Community Preservation Act Committee is asking Holyokers to take a survey to define goals in relation to how the money raised from the Community Preservation Act surcharge should be spent. Adoption of the CPA is a way to raise additional revenue in the form of money from the surcharge on property taxpayers' bills and, with adoption of the CPA, triggering of access to a state fund.


  13. Valley Blue Sox to host 2018 NECBL All-Star GameRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2018 |

    Less than a year after the Valley Blue Sox hoisted the NECBL Championship trophy for the first time in the franchise's history, the team will play host to the league's 2018 All-Star Game. "It's a big deal for us to land the All-Star game for our fans," Blue Sox general manager Hunter Golden said in a press release.


  14. Razing blight and renovating dozens of parks, tennis courts, playgrounds in HolyokeRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2018 |

    HOLYOKE -- From an old shooting range on Mountain Road to the tiny Soucy Park on Clemente Street, the city has been renovating. Devising upgrades to dozens of parks, playgrounds, tennis courts and other sites, plans include scheduled demolitions of long-blighted buildings at 285 Main St. and 405 Main St. and installation of a monument to honor three war heroes.


  15. From The Republican archives: Images of Page 1 from the past 50 years, week March 25 - March 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2018 |

    Fifty years ago, this week, an earthen dam at the Lake Lee resort burst sending a five-foot high wall of water surging down through East Lee. Two people were killed with 40 homes flooded, five miles of route 20 damaged, and the MassPike interchange at Lee made impassable.


  16. Valley Blue Sox begin defense of championship June 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2018 |

    The Valley Blue Sox, coming off a New England Collegiate Baseball League championship in 2017, return to action June 5 this season. The home opener is June 9. With the 2017 championship season now in the rear-view mirror, the Valley Blue Sox are turning their attention to the defense of their crown with the release of their 2018 schedule.


  17. Chicopee police & firefighters to compete in charity hockey gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2018 |

    CHICOPEE - City firefighters will take on the police in the annual charity hockey game to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Chicopee. The game is a fun community event scheduled for 6:15 p.m. March 3 at the Fitzpatrick Arena, 575 Maple St., in Holyoke.


  18. Nick Frigo's late goal lifts Agawam hockey past Chicopee Comp in wild 3rd periodRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2018 |

    Through the first 15 minutes of play, the Agawam hockey team did just about everything it could to give itself some breathing room. The Brownies held the puck early and often against Chicopee Comp Wednesday night at the Fitzpatrick Arena in Holyoke, unleashing a barrage of shots against Colts goalie Kyle Vezina .


  19. Western Mass. Boys Basketball Top 20: Amherst moves up after strong...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2018 |

    The Amherst Hurricanes had a strong week that not only bumped them up in the top 20 rankings but also earned them a berth in the postseason. Amherst's two wins came against No.


  20. Jorge Torres eclipses 1,000th career point in No. 1 Central boys...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2018 |

    Jorge Torres is one of the most exciting basketball players to watch in Western Massachusetts. He gets crowds on their feet with thrilling dunks and drives to the hoop with force.


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