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27 City-Owned Properties Set for Auction July 19

June 8, 2011 – The City of Springfield will, once again, team up with Daniel J. Flynn & Co., of Quincy, to hold its second auction of 2011. The portfolio for this auction, which had initially been scheduled for June 21, 2011, includes twenty-seven...

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ESPN Reporters bring important message to students

May 24, 2011 - Students at Kennedy Middle School and The Springfield Renaissance School will hear a message about the importance of education and literacy not from their own teachers and families this time but from ESPN Sports Commentators Sage...

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World's Largest Pancake Breakfast

As part of the city's 375th anniversary celebration, Springfield hosted the annual "World's Largest Pancake Breakfast" for 2011 on Saturday, May 14th onMain Street from State Street to Bridge Street from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

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MAYOR DOMENIC J. SARNO AND CITY’S ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE DIVISION OUTLINE ADMINISTRATION’S PROPOSED FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET

May 16, 2011 – Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and the City’s Administration and Finance Division released their proposed Fiscal Year 2012 budget recommendations today totaling $544,884,572. This budget represents a 2.1% increase from the Fiscal Year 2011...

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MAYOR DOMENIC J. SARNO DENIES SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENT LICENSE FOR SINNERS AND SAINTS NIGHT CLUB FOLLOWING A HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENTS APPLICATION REQUEST

LAW DEPARTMENT HEARING OFFICER FINDS ESTABLISHMENT FAILED TO CORRECT PREVIOUS VIOLATION

May 13, 2011–Mayor Domenic J. Sarno has denied a Sunday entertainment license for Sinners and Saints Night Club located on Bridge Street in Springfield’s...

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Library Wins State-Wide News Award

Springfield City Library Awarded second prize in the News Coverage Category of the Public Relations Awards at Massachusetts Library Association Conference

DANVERS, MASSACHUSETTS – APRIL 29, 2011.  The Massachusetts Library Association (MLA)...

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SPRINGFIELD TO SOLICIT PROPOSALS FOR THE PURCHASE AND REDEVELOPMENT OF 32 TEMPLE STREET

May 4, 2011- The City of Springfield is requesting proposals for the purchase and redevelopment of 32 Temple Street in the Lower Maple Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The property is a vacant, wood...

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