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    1. Springfield Symphony's Kevin Rhodes to give free lecture series at Bay Path College

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      Springfield Symphony's Kevin Rhodes to give free lecture series at Bay Path College

      Kevin Rhodes, music director and conductor of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, has partnered with Bay Path College to offer a free, three-part lecture series focusing on two popular classical musicians, the opera, and two defining works of classical music. The series is related to works being performed this season by the symphony.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Springfield Symphony Orchestra   Bay Path College

    2. Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee targeted for loss of 8 jets in latest move by military

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      Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee targeted for loss of 8 jets in latest move by military

      He said he does not expect much of a dip in the economic impact the base has on the surrounding area. Air Force audits have shown Westover pumped about $238 million into the Western Massachusetts economy each year over the last two years.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Chicopee   Westfield

    3. New England Public Radio Foundation sets groundbreaking for Springfield facility with more than $5 million raised

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      New England Public Radio Foundation sets groundbreaking for Springfield facility with more than $5 million raised

      U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, UMass Amherst Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy and Elizabeth Cardona, director of Gov. Deval Patrick's Springfield Office, are expected to joing Miller to celebrate the Amherst-based station's expansion.

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      Mentions:   Domenic J. Sarno   Governor Deval L. Patrick   University of Massachusetts

    4. Painting the Town Maroon | BusinessWest

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      Painting the Town Maroon | BusinessWest

      There are several other intriguing — and often large — numbers involved with UMass Amherst’s 150th-anniversary celebration, or sesquicentennial, a word organizers have mastered pronouncing through serious repetition.

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    5. New Springfield to Sandisfield broadband network will be up by March

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      New Springfield to Sandisfield broadband network will be up by March

      A new broadband network running from Springfield to Sandisfield will be up and running by March, according to the Massachusetts Broadband Institute.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick   Comcast   Springfield

    6. Crowley's Horseback Riding Stables owners plan to scale back at Shoemaker Lane site in Agawam

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      Crowley said Wednesday she feels it is important to publicize that a scaled-back version of the 50-plus-year-old local business will continue. Recent news reports about a proposal to raze the existing stables to make way for a $7 million indoor/outdoor sports complex have left many with the impression the family institution is going out of business, she said.

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      Mentions:   Amherst

    7. Sabis International Charter School wins 4 awards at American International College's 73rd Model Congress

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      Sabis International Charter School wins 4 awards at American International College's 73rd Model Congress

      Sabis International Charter School took home four awards, including the top prize, at the 73rd Model Congress at American International College.

      Hannah Sullivan was recognized as the event's best delegate and offered a four year, full tuition scholarship to AIC. The Springfield charter school also won the Best Delegation Award, and SABIS students Kate Mauke and Michael Savoie received fourth place and honorable mention awards, respectively.

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      Mentions:   American International College   Springfield

    8. Community Profile | BusinessWest

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      Community Profile | BusinessWest

      There is a small, carved wooden turtle that sits on Michael Bissonnette’s desk in Chicopee City Hall. It’s been there since early 2007, near the end of his first full year as mayor of this city of just over 55,000 residents.  As of yet, the turtle has no name, said Bissonnette, adding that it won’t until the so-called River Mills Project, a 65-acre brownfield site along the Chicopee River involving the former Uniroyal and Facemate manufacturing complexes, is fully ready for redevelopment. The initiative, marked by lengthy court fights and the complicated process of acquiring property ...

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    9. Carmel-Ann and Raymond Lariviere of Westfield relish their growing condiment business

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      Carmel-Ann and Raymond Lariviere of Westfield relish their growing condiment business

      The downtown farmers market may be a distant memory during these cold days of winter, but zucchini relish fans can purchase the homemade concoction directly from the couple who created the delicacy that has gained a faithful following.

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      Mentions:   Westfield

    10. Engineering report reveals 8 bridges in Palmer need repairs topping $5 million

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      Engineering report reveals 8 bridges in Palmer need repairs topping $5 million

      Fixing individual bridges range in price from $110,000 to almost $1.5 million, for a "total probable cost" of $5.3 million, Town Manager Charles T. Blanchard told the Palmer Town Council at a recent meeting.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick   Palmer   Springfield

    11. UTC Aerospace cuts jobs, ends machining at former Hamilton plant | masslive.com

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      UTC Aerospace cuts jobs, ends machining at former Hamilton plant | masslive.com

      UTC Aerospace Systems laid off 30 salaried workers last Tuesday at its former Hamilton Sundstrand plant, a company official said.  At the same time, the company officially set the date to end machining operations at the Windsor Locks plant, scheduling the layoff of the last 41 hourly workers involved in traditional manufacturing there, Machinists union Local 743 President Tony Walter said.

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      Mentions:   United Technologies Corp.   The Republican

    12. Editorial: Gov. Patrick's $1 billion vision for transportation on the road to nowhere | masslive.com

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      Editorial: Gov. Patrick's $1 billion vision for transportation on the road to nowhere | masslive.com

      You’ve got to admire Gov. Patrick’s gamesmanship for championing a plan to raise $1 billion a year to pay for various transportation projects and repairs. It was an act without precedent in Massachusetts: a billion-dollar ask in the midst of a still-marginal economy. Only a second-term governor with no further aspirations for elected office would dare to do this.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick

    13. Greenfield's Applied Dynamics Corp. on the move and growing

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      Greenfield's Applied Dynamics Corp. on the move and growing

      Applied Dynamics has about 70 employees, not counting the Glens Falls operation. About 62 of those are in the Greenfield repair facility, with the rest being sales people deployed around the Northeast. Manning said he hopes to start building wind turbines within a year in space that is available in Glens Falls and that could push employment levels there above 20 or 30.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick   Raytheon   Springfield

    14. Professional Women's Chamber of Western Massachusetts seeks nominations for 2013 Woman of the Year award

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      Mentions:   Springfield

    15. Newly submitted Springfield casino plans from MGM, Penn National reveal details on public safety, traffic, economic development

      Explore masslive.com (Jan 20 2013)

      A review of newly unveiled plans for two competing casino projects in Springfield has found many similarities, such as their generation of jobs and commitment to diversity, but also many unique ideas on how each company plans to deal with issues ranging from public safety to economic development.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   MassMutual Center   West Springfield

    16. EASTHAMPTON SAVINGS BANK ANNOUNCES FOURTH QUARTER RESULTS

      Explore From the EDC (Jan 18 2013)

      William S. Hogan, Jr., President and CEO of Easthampton Savings Bank, reported to the directors at the quarterly meeting that the Bank experienced exceptional growth in assets, deposits, loans and capital in the fourth quarter.

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      Mentions:   Easthampton Savings Bank   Easthampton

    17. Healthy Growth Pattern | BusinessWest

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      Healthy Growth Pattern | BusinessWest

      Indeed, instead of going into business together and operating a single franchise of a growing national chain of urgent-care centers called Doctors Express — which was one of the options they discussed at that lunch — they decided instead to become what’s known as master franchisees, overseeing not a location of this chain, which offers an alternative to crowded emergency rooms and the primary-care physician’s office when it’s closed, but a region, in this case most of New England.

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    18. Route 5 Memorial Bridge rotary in West Springfield to get state DOT makeover

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      Route 5 Memorial Bridge rotary in West Springfield to get state DOT makeover

      Plans are afoot by the state Department of Transportation to rebuild the Route 5 rotary at Memorial Bridge as part of its Accelerated Bridge Program for about $5.5 million, according to officials.

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      Mentions:   West Springfield   Springfield   Eastern States Exposition

    19. MassDevelopment awards $300000 loan to Community Music School of

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      MassDevelopment awards $300000 loan to Community Music School of

      MassDevelopment, the state’s economic development finance arm, has awarded a $300,000 loan to the Community Music School of Springfield to assist with the replacement of the school’s failing heating, ventilation and air conditioning system.

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      Mentions:   MassDevelopment   Springfield   Western Massachusetts Electric Company

    20. Gov. Deval Patrick calls for increase in Massachusetts' income tax, cut in sales tax

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      Gov. Deval Patrick calls for increase in Massachusetts' income tax, cut in sales tax

      Patrick said the proposed tax changes would make Massachusetts more comparable and competitive with other states. Patrick said proceeds, estimated at $1.9 billion a year, would go to public education and transportation projects.

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      Mentions:   Governor Deval L. Patrick

    21. Holyoke plan for downtown bodega includes Alliance to Develop Power negotiating for property

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      "We're hoping in the next few weeks," Michael Kusek, of Communication Angle, a public relations and marketing company in Northampton, wrote in an email.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Northampton   Holyoke

    22. Westfield State scores 4th in U.S. News and World Report category for online bachelor's degree programs

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      Westfield State scores 4th in U.S. News and World Report category for online bachelor's degree programs

      Westfield State University ranks fourth in the nation among the top online bachelor’s degree programs, according to 2013 rankings just released by U.S. News and World Report. It is also the only school in Massachusetts ranked in that category.

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      Mentions:   University of Massachusetts   Westfield State University   Amherst

    23. Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton moves ahead with Massachusetts General affiliation

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      Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton moves ahead with Massachusetts General affiliation

      The affiliation between Cooley Dickinson Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital is proceeding as planned. Both parties plan to file for federal antitrust review of the agreement this month, according to Cooley Dickinson spokeswoman Diane Cutillo. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health must also approve a determination of need for the affiliation. Cutillo said it could take a year or more to gain approval on the state and federal levels.

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      Mentions:   Springfield   Northampton   Cooley Dickinson Hospital

    24. A Promise for the Future | BusinessWest

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      A Promise for the Future | BusinessWest

      Warwick has been on the job since last July, and his goals are lofty, given the fact that 85% to 90% of the city’s students come from low-income families, which creates a host of academic, social, and emotional challenges. But his deep commitment and history of success prove that he knows what it will take to fulfill what he calls “The Springfield Promise: A Culture of Equity and Proficiency to Raise the Bar and Close the Gap.”

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      Mentions:   Springfield

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