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Warwick in as Springfield Schools Superintendent

Channel 22 News reported Monday night that the Springfield School Committee has voted to promote Deputy Superintendent of Schools Daniel J. Warwick to the position of Superintendent of the city’s school system. The vote was 5 to 2, with School Committee Members Norman Roldan, Peter Murphy, Antonette Pepe, Christopher Collins and Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, […]

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Insider, Out-of-Towner Selected as Finalists for Schools Superintendent Job in Springfield

This past week a specially-appointed schools superintendent screening committee dropped two names as finalists for the position of Superintendent of Schools in Springfield.

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When I was a kid, my mom gave me a pair of rubbers to protect my feet from getting wet in the rain. These were thin rubber outer casings that fit snugly around whatever footwear you were wearing into school.

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Springfield Schools Superintendent Alan Ingram announced last week that this coming year will be his last as the city’s schools superintendent. Ingram stated in a press release that his resignation will be effective June 30, 2012, according to a Republican story on his announcement. That date also marks the expiration of his current contract with […]

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Last week, in a move not entirely surprising given his past performances, Springfield City Solicitor Edward Pikula issued an opinion backing Springfield Schools Superintendent Alan Ingram’s assertion that he did not have to pay back a $30,000 lump sum payment

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* When former Springfield Police Commissioner Edward Flynn finally resigned his position in January 2008, nobody felt better than newly-elected Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno.

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