Longmeadow is a small and cozy town in Hampden County, Massachusetts, part of the Springfield metropolitan area. Longmeadow is located in the western part of the state, just south of Springfield, and is bordered on the west by the Connecticut River and Agawam.
The Longmeadow public school system manages six schools: Blueberry Hill School, Center School, Wolf Swamp Road School (K − 5 elementary schools), Williams Middle School, and Glenbrook Middle School (grades 6–8). Longmeadow High School serves all students in the town between grades 9 and 12. It is also home to the Bay Path University campus.
Along U.S. Route 5 on the west side of town, there is "The Green - a Longmeadow town common.
Several famous American buildings, including Princeton University's neo-Gothic library, are built of long sandstone. In 1894, the more populated and industrialized East Village, which contained the brown quarries, split off and evolved into East Longmeadow.
Map of the area
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