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  1. Longmeadow's Chris Lee takes first place in first race at Holyoke Elks Club series

    HOLYOKE - Twenty-two-year-old Chris Lee, of Longmeadow, ran his first road race on Sept. 4 at the Elks Club Cross Country Series. He won the 5K race with a time of ... FULL ARTICLE AT MassLive.com

  2. 8 things you need to know today, including the start time of Thursday's Orioles game

    The start time of Thursday's Orioles game (finally), Hampden ponders going dark for the holidays and Ebola is confirmed in the U.S. are among the 8 things you ... FULL ARTICLE AT Baltimore Business Journal

  1. 8 things you need to know today, including the start time of Thursday's Orioles game

    The start time of Thursday's Orioles game (finally), Hampden ponders going dark for the holidays and Ebola is confirmed in the U.S. are among the 8 things you ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business Journal of Milwaukee

  2. Sisters Cheryl Coakley-Rivera, Janet Rodriguez-Denney continue family legacy of service

    Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated nationally from Sept. 15-Oct. 15. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated Nationally from Sept. 15-Oct. 15. In an effort to honor the contributions made by Hispanics ... FULL ARTICLE AT MassLive.com

  3. Springfield defense lawyer William O'Neil barred from practicing law for 6 months by the state's highest court

    No reason for the suspension was given in the affidavit filed by O’Neil on Aug. 18, and the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers, which regulates lawyers, states on its ... FULL ARTICLE AT MassLive.com

  1. Baker campaign calls Coakley's post-debate comments 'intentionally dishonest,' 'offensive'

    Speaking with the media after the debate, Coakley said there are major differences between her and Baker, then made remarks that Baker&aposs spokesman called "offensive." SPRINGFIELD – After Monday night's debate between the five candidates for governor, many observers were surprised by how little difference there appeared to be in the views of Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Charlie Baker. But when Coakley was asked about the apparent similarities, she made a series of remarks that Baker's campaign spokesperson is calling "offensive." During the debate at CityStage sponsored by the Western Mass. Media Consortium, Baker and Coakley agreed that they will vote against repealing the state's expanded gaming law, but they will discuss legislative options for bringing a casino to Springfield if the law does fall. They also support better early childhood education (although their plans differ) and they didn't diverge very much in their opinions on medical marijuana. Speaking with the media after the debate, Coakley said there are major differences between her and Baker. "I believe in early education and paying for it. I believe in earned sick time, for instance. I believe that women should have access to health care without question," said Coakley. "And I believe that I will be willing to invest in our kids, our workforce development, our people in Massachusetts, particularly around mental health and good health care." She continued: "I think Charlie Baker starts at giving corporations tax cuts in hopes that it will trickle down. We've seen that before; it doesn't work. I don't think ... FULL ARTICLE AT MassLive.com

  2. Larger space sought for Agawam Early Childhood Center amid growing population of kids with special needs

    AGAWAM -- For more than two decades, Agawam Public Schools has headquartered its early education program in a small building that sits on the Perry Lane Park property. Formerly a community ... FULL ARTICLE AT MassLive.com

  3. East Longmeadow Cable Advisory Committee to discuss results of recent public hearings

    Committee members will also consider their review of the current Franchise Agreement. EAST LONGMEADOW — The Cable Advisory Committee will meet Wednesday, October 1, at 10 a.m. in the East ... FULL ARTICLE AT MassLive.com

  4. UP Academy Charter School files application to open in Springfield

    UP Academy Charter School of Springfield is one of five applicants state approval to open. MALDEN - The Boston-based UP Educational Network has been invited by the state to file an ... FULL ARTICLE AT MassLive.com

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Springfield is the largest city on the Connecticut River and the county seat of Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. In the 2000 census, the city population was 154,082 with an estimated 2008 population of 150,640. It is the third largest city in Massachusetts and fourth largest in New England (behind Boston, Worcester and Providence). Springfield has two nicknames — The City of Homes and... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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