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Next Citizen's Police Academy starts March 4th

The Springfield Police will host the 26th Citizens Police Academy starting on March 4th.  Register today.

The 10-week academy for community  members will be offered from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Wednesdays beginning March 4th at the Public Safety...

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Mayor Domenic J. Sarno Announces Second Annual Reduction in Street Homelessness and Names New Community Champions to Lead 10 Year Plan Implementation

Domenic J. Sarno, who just one year ago announced a 39% reduction in street homelessness and a 9% reduction in overall homelessness, today announced the second straight year of decrease in his city, with a 35% reduction in street homelessness and...

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Tax Credits and Free Filing Services

As April 15 approaches, the IRS would like to remind low- and moderate-income working families and individuals that they may be eligible for the Earned Income Credit (EIC) and the Child Tax Credit (CTC). This year, eligible families can get as much...

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Black History Month Observed

City Hall celebrated the start of Black history Month with an African American heritage flag raising ceremony on the steps of City Hall. The flag raising was sponsored by Suez Temple No. 114 and the Urban League of Greater Springfield. Mayor Domenic...

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Meeting to Address Mason Square Library Relocation

The February 25th special Library Commission meeting will be of great interest, especially to Mason Square residents. Attorney Jack Egan, representing the Springfield Library Foundation, will present the recommendations for the location of the...

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