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Press Release: Forest Park Zoo and Greater Spfld Habitat for Humanity Team Up to Fix Up

Press Release: Forest Park Zoo and Greater Spfld Habitat for Humanity Team Up to Fix Up

Media Contact: Amy Scott of Wild Apple Design Group 95 Post Office Park, Wilbraham. MA 01095 amy@wildappledesigngroup.com 413-279-1677 wildappledesigngroup.com Two Springfield Non-Profits Work Together Toward Beautifying a City Treasure! It may seem an unlikely pairing… Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity (GSHFH) and The Zoo in Forest Park & Education Center. However these two cherished Springfield […]

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E-coli Levels to be Monitored in Connecticut River

HOLYOKE – The City of Holyoke announced this week that monitoring of the Connecticut River for E-coli bacteria is currently underway throughout the Pioneer Valley. In a statement issued by the Holyoke Mayor’s Office, it was announced that volunteers will be monitoring E-coli levels at 30 different locations each Wednesday or Thursday from June through […]

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Statement of Springfield Mayor Sarno and Channel 22 News Video on the Fatal Shooting of Police Officer Kevin Ambrose

The following statement was issued by Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno regarding the fatal shooting of city police officer Kevin Ambrose. Ambrose, a 36-year veteran of the Springfield Police Department, was killed in the line of duty after responding to a domestic dispute call Monday afternoon in the city’s Sixteen Acres neighborhood. * * STATEMENT OF […]

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Community Supported Farms to Open Doors to Visitors

In the past few years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become an increasingly popular alternative to the traditional fresh produce marketplace.

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Fountain Hitting the Road, Vows to Return

In a press release issued over the weekend, 9th Hampden District state representative hopeful Joseph Fountain called on Massachusetts to implement a developmental learning program for high school students who have scored poorly in the state’s MCAS exams.

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Considering the Alternatives: Local Politics with Some Cats Thrown In

SARNO PROPOSES CITY TAX INCREASE SPRINGFIELD – Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno has brought out his proposals for city property taxes for the Fiscal Year 2012, and, predictably, they are a hike over last year’s rates. Sarno has proposed a residential rate of $19.99 (per $1,000) and a commercial rate of $39.53. Those numbers are up […]

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