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It was a beautiful day for a walk at the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” at Holyoke Community College on Sept. 27 for residents of Chicopee Arbors Assisted Living. Pictured here are Chicopee Arbors Assisted Living residents Rene Klemen, Program...
Kiarah Bergson, 17, and Dayja Cavette, 16, demonstrate proper techniques when performing CPR. Turley Publications submitted photo
Mayor Richard Kos is joined by public safety and other officials to announce initiatives to improve safety in the downtown area. Turley Publications photo by Gregory A. Scibelli. Turley Publications photo by Gregory A. Scibelli
State Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester met with a group of students and teachers to discuss their thoughts about school and topic areas they’re taught. Turley Publications staff photos by Emily Thurlow
State Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester visited Chicopee Comprehensive High School last week for the first time. Chester is pictured here with Chicopee Public Schools Superintendent Richard Rege Jr. and Mayor Richard Kos. Turley...
CHICOPEE – Much like many couples from the area, Nancy and Bob Arnold were excited to get their kielbasa on during the recently held K-Fest in the city. And what was initially anticipated to be yet another day to add to their log of fond memories together was one that ended in quite the opposite when Bob’s wedding band slipped off his finger on Saturday, May 23.
“We searched for hours,” Nancy said.
It was about 15 years ago that the couple first met through the “Singles” line. At the time, Nancy lived on Grove Street in Chicopee Falls and as it turned out, Bob lived just around the corner. Taking it slow, Nancy and Bob decided to grab a coffee at the local Dunkin Donuts and upon meeting, there was instant chemistry. READ MORE
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