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ADDRESS:                      45 Fisher Avenue East Longmeadow, MA 01028
HOURS:                           9am-5pm Monday-Friday CLOSED HOLIDAYS
BUSINESS PHONE:    413.525.4141
BUSINESS FAX:           413.525.4334
REQUESTS:                   413.293.1021

 

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Bax & O’Brien, 5:30am-10:00am
Steve Nagle, Morning Show Producer
Bob Kester, 2:00pm-7:00pm

Lenny Diana, Brand Manager
Jay Schultz
, General Sales Manager
Alex Byrne, Promotions & Website Related Issues

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Directions:

Either… 91 South to Exit 4 (East Longmeadow). This is Route 83. Follow 83 for 3-4 miles into East Longmeadow. At the Intersection of North Main Street and Westwood Avenue, take a right onto Westwood Avenue. (Forastiere-Smith Funeral Home, and Sunoco/Golden Nozzle are on the right). Take the first immediate right onto Fisher Ave. We are at the dead end of Fisher Ave.

OR… 91 South to Exit 1 (Longmeadow). This is Route 5 South. At the third set of lights, take a left onto Converse Street. At the end of Converse there will be a stop sign. At the stop sogn turn right onto Dwight Street and go left at the light onto Maple Street. About 3/10ths of a mile up Maple take a left onto Westwood Avenue. Follow Westwood for about 1 mile. Fisher Avenue is the last left off Westwood. Follow Fisher Ave (a dead-end street) to the end and you will be in the parking lot.

From Connecticut: 91 North to Exit 49. Go right onto Rt. 5. Follow about 2.1 miles until you see a sign for Rte 192 S on the right. Follow the road to East Longmeadow, about 2.8 miles (do not take any 192 fork to the right….just follow the arrow straight to E. Longmeadow). On this road, you’ll go through 3 sets of lights, at which point you’ll be entering East Longmeadow. Take your first left onto Westwood Ave, and follow that road about one mile until you come to Fisher Avenue on the left. Take Fisher Avenue to the end, and you’ll be at WAQY.

From the Mass Pike: Take Exit 6 (Springfield). At the end of the exit, go left at the lights onto 291 West. Then follow 91 South directions (see above)…

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