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From left, Tamara Thompson MSW, LCSW sexual assault response coordinator at Westover Air Reserve Base is joined by Kathy Picard, sexual abuse prevention advocate, and Kimberlee Ayuyu, victim advocate in training. Not pictured, but also...
Colleen Courts from Agawam, Holyoke, Chicopee, Springfield, Westfield and West Springfield assemble before the big day.
Chicopee Colleen Shannon McAndrew and her court take a “selfie” with Mayor Richard J. Kos while at City Hall for the Irish Flag raising.
Student volunteer Joe Recchia assists junior Dylan Ostrander with “paying his bills” at the seventh annual Financial Literacy Day at Chicopee Comprehensive High School.
The City Council approved an order from Mayor Richard Kos to accept a grant from TD Bank’s Green Streets Program for $20,000.
CHICOPEE – As a lawsuit between the city and Maylene Maldonado continues to gain traction in the public spotlight, the city has, on Tuesday, released a statement regarding the complaint. This follows the release of a video earlier this week pertaining to the events in question by the Chicopee Police Department that happened on Feb. 17, 2013.
The statement says that the city law department only recently learned of the lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court, Western Division, and as of Tuesday said neither the city of Chicopee, nor any of the named officers in the complaint had been served with the complaint. READ MORE
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