Ludlow

Ludlow, town (1990 pop. 18,820), Hampden co., SW Mass., on the Chicopee River; settled c.1750, set off from Springfield 1774, inc. 1775. It is a residential suburb of Springfield and Chicopee. Industrial molds, plastic products, and twine are produced.

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