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Longmeadow Daze: Campaigns Pass You by, Glory Days…

Longmeadow Daze is an occasional series reporting on and analyzing Longmeadow government and politics. LONGMEADOW—Stretching along the Town Green, the preeminent social, creative and civic event (after Town Meeting) of one of Springfield’s most prominent suburbs offered a view, if at times an ironic one, of

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Statewide 2014 Field Gathers in Longmeadow…

UPDATED 11:55PM: For added pictures and minor editing of details. LONGMEADOW—Rarely do so many candidates for so many offices gather in one place. And yet nearly a year out from the state election, in a Western Massachusetts suburb was the entire field (or a representative)

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Longmeadow Daze: Analysis, Something for Grant-ed…

Longmeadow Daze is an occasional series reporting on and analyzing Longmeadow government and politics. Hours after the winners were declared in Longmeadow’s annual town election, the old officials were deposed and their replacements sworn in.  All but the Select Board were largely non-events with no

Longmeadow Daze: House of Clark’s…

Longmeadow Daze is an occasional series reporting on and analyzing Longmeadow government and politics. LONGMEADOW—By a huge majority, voters at the annual town meeting decided to restore hundred of thousands of dollars in school funding.  The town meeting, functioning as the town’s legislature approved the

Longmeadow Daze: Budget Showdown a Test of Political Education…

Longmeadow Daze is an occasional series reporting on and analyzing Longmeadow government and politics. UPDATED 4/28/12 2:02 PM: Previously omitted budgetary data has been added for clarity; Edited for grammar/clarity; New photo added. LONGMEADOW—Too many young people take little or no interest in politics.  A

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Longmeadow Daze, Analysis: Education & Divided Government…

Longmeadow Daze is an occasional series reporting on and analyzing Longmeadow government and politics.  UPDATED 3/19/2013 12:10 PM: For grammar. School Committee Chair Michael Clark announced on Facebook last night that the Select Board left the cuts in place and the battle moves to Town