1. Holyoke

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    2. Picking up steam: Rail advocates to meet in Springfield for updates on CTrail, expanded north-south service and east-west plans

      Picking up steam: Rail advocates to meet in Springfield for updates on CTrail, expanded north-south service and east-west plans
      ...Saturday. He also hopes to give an update on plans to add more north-south rail service beyond Springfield to Holyoke, Northampton and Greenfield. In June, the state of Massachusetts announced plans to send two of the Co...
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  2. About Holyoke

    Holyoke

    Holyoke is a city in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States, on the banks of the Connecticut River. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city was named after Elizur Holyoke, who explored the area in 1660. One of the first planned industrial communities, Holyoke's nickname is The Paper City.

  3. Quotes about Holyoke

    1. It's very upbeat. I think the high-performance computer center is going to be a big plus for Holyoke.
      In Gov. Deval Patrick due in Holyoke to unveil results of study concerning high-performance computer center in canal area
    2. With this, Peter Pan will resume service to downtown Holyoke, which we have not had for about 15 years.
      In Grand opening set for $9 million Holyoke Transportation Center
    3. We look forward to working closely with John and our partners to move this historic project forward for the Commonwealth, Holyoke and the region.
      Gregory P. Bialecki in John Goodhue picked as interim director of Holyoke high-performance computing center