HOLYOKE -- Voters for the Ward 3 City Council seat will choose from among incumbent David K. Bartley and challengers Anne N. Thalheimer and Darlene Elias in a preliminary election Tuesday. The top two finishers will vie on Election Day Nov. 7. All three candidates said in interviews and statements that being accessible to residents is the top job of a ward councilor and that traffic issues are big concerns of voters. Bartley, 52, of of 25 Hillcrest Ave., is running for his fourth term.
HOLYOKE -- The 2nd Annual Taste of South Holyoke Festival will be held today from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. along Cabot Street from Main Street to South Summer Street. "We are thrilled to have an amazing, diverse line up of entertainment in the heart of Holyoke.
HOLYOKE -- How to clean gravestones without damaging them will be the topic of a free workshop scheduled for today from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Smith's Ferry Cemetery on Smith's Ferry Road off Northampton Street. "Learn about one of Holyoke's historic cemeteries while participating in a hands-on workshop on how to appropriately clean gravestones according to the National Park Services methods as used in the U.S. National Cemeteries," a press release said.
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