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Free Compost Available To City Residents

April 21, 2011 – The Springfield Department of Public Works and the Springfield Parks Department are, once again, offering free compost material to the residents of Springfield. The material, which is made from the composted leaf and yard waste…

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Christopher J. Moskal Named Interim Chief Development Officer

April 20, 2011 – Springfield Mayor Domenic J. Sarno announced today that John D. Judge has decided not to renew his contract as Chief Development Officer (CDO), and will instead pursue other career opportunities. Sarno thanked Judge for his many…

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Springfield Students Participated in the 2011 Kick Butts Day Event held at the Massachusetts State House

On March 23rd, 2011 students in the REACH Program, participated in the 2011 Kick Butts Day Event held at the Massachusetts State House.  They joined nearly 300 youth from the around the state in Boston and marched to the State House to attend an…

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Promise Program Makes College Affordable

ACCESS Springfield Promise Program Makes College Affordable for Every College-going Springfield Public School Graduate

April 13, 2011 – As a result of the growing impact of the ACCESS Springfield Promise Program, (ACCESS SPP) the young people in…

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Flag-Raising Recognized Child Abuse Prevention Month

Flag-Raising Recognized Child Abuse Prevention Month

Hampden D.A. Mark Mastroianni will deliver keynote address

Springfield (March 31, 2011)— Hampden County District Attorney Mark Mastroianni will give the keynote address at a flag-raising ceremony…

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Camp STAR Angelina to Unveil Master Plan

CAMP STAR ANGELINA UNIVERSAL MASTER PLAN UNVEILING SET FOR THURSDAY

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Patrick Sullivan, Executive Director of Parks Buildings and Recreation Management and Terry Rodriquez, Chair of the Park Department, will announce the…

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Annual Dog License Renewal Time

SPRINGFIELD CITY CLERK WAYMAN LEE REMINDS CITY DOG OWNERS THAT DOG LICENSING REGISTRATION FOR 2011 UNDERWAY

April 12, 2011 – Springfield City Clerk Wayman Lee announced today that dog licenses for the year 2011 (April 1, 2011 through March 31,…

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Mason Square Library Branch Reopens

Events, Programs, and Parties!

April 12, 2011 – The newly renovated Mason Square Branch Library will celebrate its Grand Reopening from April 13-15, which falls during National Library Week. Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Library Foundation President…

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Trash Fee Bills Due April 15

CITY OF SPRINGFIELD REMINDS RESIDENTS THAT FISCAL YEAR 2011 TRASH FEE BILLS ARE DUE APRIL 15, 2011

April 8, 2011  – The City of Springfield reminds residents that the Fiscal Year 2011 trash fee bills are due in full, no later than Friday, April 15,…

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Carol E. Smith Appointed to Assessor Post

MAYOR DOMENIC J. SARNO AND CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL OFFICER LEE C. ERDMANN ANNOUNCE APPOINTMENT OF NEW CITY ASSESSOR -- CAROL E. SMITH WILL BE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN TO HOLD POST IN SPRINGFIELD’S HISTORY

April 11, 2011 - Mayor Domenic J.…

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29 City-Owned Properties Set For Auction

February 25, 2011 - The City of Springfield, in conjunction with Daniel J. Flynn & Co. of Quincy, will welcome the Spring with an auction of twenty-nine (29) properties in tax-title possession on Tuesday, March 15, 2011.  Registration begins at 5:00…

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Putnam Topping Off Ceremony

         
Left to right – Putnam Principal Gilbert Traverso, Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Dan Warwick of the Springfield School Department Left to Right -  Rita Coppola-Wallace (Director of Capital Asset Construction), Patrick Sullivan (Director…
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PeoplesBank Awarded Prestigious LEED Green Building Certification

February 17, 2011 (Holyoke, MA) PeoplesBank announced today that it has been awarded LEED Silver certification established by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and verified by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) for their office…

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25th Annual Black American Heritage Flag Raising Ceremony

Springfield observed Black American Heritage Month with a flag raising ceremony on Friday, January 14, 2011 at City Hall. The event included the Springfield Chapter of the NAACP, the Black Leadership Alliance, the Black History Collective and the…

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Central High School Office Dedicated to Ms. Dolores Crinella

The main office at Springfield Central High School was recently named for long-time office leader Ms. Dolores Crinella, shown here with Mayor Domenic Sarno and Principal Tad Tokarz at the dedication ceremony.

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Keep Gas Meters Clear of Snow

COLUMBIA GAS REMINDS CUSTOMERS TO CLEAR NATURAL GAS METERS OF SNOW AND ICE

February 2, 2011 – With record snowfall in the Northeast this winter, Columbia Gas of Massachusetts is reminding customers to keep their natural gas meter free from snow and…

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Public Safety Advisory On Potential Roof Collapses

Dangers Associated With Heavy Snow Loads on Roofs

Over the past 36 hours, there have been over 70 reports of roof collapses or buildings with potential structural damage from the weight of snow and ice loads on roofs.  While these incidents have…

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Closing of City Offices Extended Through Wednesday

SPRINGFIELD CITY HALL, MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY DUE TO THE FORECAST OF AN IMPENDING MAJOR WINTER STORM

CITY URGES PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYERS TO TAKE SIMILAR ACTIONS

February 1, 2011 – In anticipation of…

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City Hall Closing

SPRINGFIELD CITY HALL AND MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS TO CLOSE AT 1:00 P.M. TUESDAY DUE TO WINTER STORM

CITY URGES PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYERS TO TAKE SIMILAR ACTIONS WITH STAGGERED RELEASE TIMES

February 1, 2011– The City’s Department of Emergency…

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Arbor Allies Plant 8 New Trees in Brightwood and Six Corners Neighborhoods

The Arbor Allies teamed up with Boy Scout Troops 303 (Sixteen Acres), Ground Works Springfield, and New North Citizens to plant 8 trees in the city three Saturdays ago.  The effort was initiated and organized by the Arbor Allies but was lead by Ryan…

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