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    1. West Springfield awards Fontaine Brothers Inc. $70 million contract to build new high school

      West Springfield awards Fontaine Brothers Inc. $70 million contract to build new high school
      Mayor Edward J. Gibsonhailed the awarding of the contract as a milestone in the project, which is expected to cost a total of $107,109,319. The Massachusetts School Building Authority is expected to reimburse the city $68,808,290, leaving taxpayers to pick up the remaining $38,301,029.
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    2. 4 Western Massachusetts students among 29 statewide to be issued 'Who Shine' awards by Board of Higher Education

      4 Western Massachusetts students among 29 statewide to be issued 'Who Shine' awards by Board of Higher Education
      “As a publisher, I know that most of these students are Massachusetts residents who’ve grown up here and plan to stay here,” said George Arwady, publisher and chief executive officer of The Republican. “Many of these college students are members of my community and I’m delighted to be able to give them the recognition they so richly deserve.”
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    3. Solar facility proposed for formerly contaminated Chapman Valve complex in Springfield

      Solar facility proposed for formerly contaminated Chapman Valve complex in Springfield
      The project, to be called S.S. Goodwin Street, and formally 225 Goodwin St., will generate enough electricity to power 350 to 400 homes, according to Carl J. Frattini, the electric company’s director of business development. He addressed about 20 residents who had gathered at the American Legion Hall on Oak Street.
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    4. Chicopee officially opens new Canal Park and Bike Path

      Chicopee officially opens new Canal Park and Bike Path
      Mayor Michael D. Bissonnette cut the ribbon, standing under clear sunny skies, saying, “This is truly a day the Lord has made, but it is truly a day that Joe Wagner paid for. ... This couldn’t have happened without him.” The mayor was referring to the $800,000 in state funding state Rep. Joseph Wagner, D-Chicopee, secured for the project.
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