In Longmeadow’s striving for a safe, COVID-19 free environment, the town inadvertently harmed the environment. Like many municipalities across the country and even the world, Longmeadow heated the outdoors indirectly to keep
This Monday, March 8th, students in 10th grade in Cohorts A and B began returning as part of a new Cohort E for four days a week in-person learning. There are now
After hard work on the part of clubs and committees the past few weeks, students like Junior Dylan Ratner, are excited to see the April 11th Community Cleanup event come to fruition,
Tomorrow the School Committee will take up the question of EV chargers being installed at LHS. The initiative would be funded by a state Green Communities grant and installation covered by Eversource.
On July 20, the town of Longmeadow declared racism to be a public health crisis. The Black Lives Matter movement was recently spurred with the death of George Floyd on May 25th,
At the last town meeting on June 23, residents rejected the warrant that would allow the Town of Longmeadow to ask the state to raise the tax ceiling. This means the Town
On Friday, March 27, bipartisan support for the new CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act became a historic moment. This is the largest stimulus bill the economy has ever seen.
Some LHS students have recently been actively partaking in the effort to aid workers battling with the novel coronavirus. One such student is Sontino Allentuck, who, with other students and volunteers of
As of Friday, April 3, Longmeadow has reported 25 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus. This is after a week where the case number per community has not been reported due to
Longmeadow has one confirmed case of COVID-19 but town officials believe there are more. Tennis courts and basketball courts are to be restricted as of Friday, March 27. Officials urge residents to