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Springfield City Council holds 2023 Organizational Meeting

|   City News

The Springfield City Council held their 2023 organizational meeting on Monday, January 2nd, electing at-large Councilor Jesse Lederman as Council President and Ward 3 Councilor Melvin Edwards as Vice President. Lt. Governor-Elect Kim Driscoll, Mayor…

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Mayor Sarno and City Officials joined with New North Citizens Council Youth Center in Welcoming Governor-Elect Healey and Lt. Governor-Elect Driscoll to Three Kings Celebration in North End

|   Community News

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and state and city officials joined with New North Citizens Council Youth Center in welcoming Governor-Elect Maura Healey and Lt. Governor-Elect Kim Driscoll to the Three Kings Celebration at the Youth Center in Springfield. …

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Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

Eligible Springfield Residents who need Help Scheduling COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment can Contact Springfield City Library and Department of Elder Affairs. Each vaccine site has a specific registration link unique to that location. Those…

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Mayor Sarno Congratulates the Springfield High School Boys Football Players for being Selected for the 2022 All Western Mass Football

|   City News

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno is proud of the accomplishments of the Springfield high school football players for being selected to the 2022 All Western Mass Football. Central High School swept the Division I First and Second Team honors and players from…

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Springfield Police to Begin a New Round of Compliance Checks at Businesses that Sell/Serve Alcohol for 2023

|   Public Safety

The Springfield Police Department will be conducting compliance checks at businesses that sell and/or serve alcohol, including bars, restaurants and package stores in 2023.

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Mayor Sarno Congratulates Seven Springfield High School Girls Volleyball Players for being Selected to the 2022 All Western Mass Girls Volleyball

|   City News

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno is proud of the accomplishments of seven Springfield high school girls for being selected to the 2022 All Western Mass Girls Volleyball. Those girls selected are:

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Good Samaritan Saves the Lives of Two Police Officers: Suspect Disarmed Officer Firing Two Rounds Narrowly Missing Two Officers and a Civilian

|   City News

On Tuesday December 27th at approximately 12:40 p.m. Springfield Police Officers arrested 41-year-old Joseph Gonzalez near the intersection of Chapin Terrace and Chestnut Street.

 

At approximately 12:25 p.m. Springfield Police Officers responded…

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City of Springfield DPW to Begin Collection of Christmas Trees on Tuesday, January 3, 2023

|   City News

The City of Springfield Department of Public Works (DPW) will begin the collection of Christmas trees starting Tuesday, January 3, 2023, and will continue through Friday, January 27, 2023.

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Mayor Sarno and PBRM Director Sullivan Share Ice Safety Tips to stay off Lakes and Ponds - Remind Residents of Public Skating at Cyr Arena

|   City News

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Executive Director of Parks, Buildings, and Recreation Management (PBRM) Patrick Sullivan are offering a friendly reminder to residents about ice safety and to stay off lakes and ponds during the winter season. The cold…

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Mayor Sarno Announces Ninth Round of ARPA Funding Awards for Neighborhoods

|   City News

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and the city American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) team announced today the City of Springfield’s ninth round of ARPA funding awards for neighborhoods totaling over $2.27 million as part of the Neighborhood Economic Recovery Fund…

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City of Springfield Celebrates Kwanzaa

|   Community News

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Health and Human Services Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris joined with City Councilor Lavar Click-Bruce, State Representative Orlando Ramos, School Committeewoman LaTonia Monroe Naylor, Mayoral Aide Shenell Ford, Ayanna…

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Mayor Sarno Grateful to IT Director Andy Doty for Customized Gift

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno was thrilled to get a visit from IT Director Andy Doty who also presented the Mayor and each of his staff with a handmade slate coaster adorned with the city seal and customized for each staff member with their name.

Mayor…

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Mayor Sarno Announces IBPO Local 364 Votes to Ratify New Contract

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Human Resources and Labor Relations Director Attorney William Mahoney announced today that the International Brotherhood of Police Officers (IBPO) Local 364 has voted to ratify a new labor contract.

The IBPO Local 364…

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COVID-19 Treatment and Telehealth Services

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has partnered to provide easy, free care for COVID-19.

Request a virtual visit with a clinician to see if Paxlovid or Molnupiravir is right for you. Paxlovid and Molnupiravir are pills that can help treat COVID-19.…

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Mayor Sarno, Police Superintendent Clapprood, Sheriff Cocchi and Ret. Colonel Gilpin Joined with Big Y and Greater Springfield Credit Union for Special Holiday Meal & Toy Donation

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Police Superintendent Cheryl Clapprood joined today with Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi and retired State Police Colonel Kerry Gilpin as well as Big Y President Charlie D’Amour and the Greater Springfield Credit Union…

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Mayor Sarno Wishes Christina Rooney Kelly a Happy Retirement

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Chief of Staff Tom Ashe stopped by the Human Resources department to thank Christina Rooney Kelly for her service and wish her a happy retirement. Mrs. Kelly has served in the Personnel Department for twenty years.

Mayor…

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Mayor Sarno Attends AMR’s 9th Earn While You Learn Academy Graduation and Facility Renovation Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Fire Commissioner BJ Calvi and Deputy Police Chief Rupert Daniels joined today with AMR Regional Director Patrick Leonardo and AMR Program Director Emily Chandler for the American Medical Response (AMR) 9th Earn While You…

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