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    1. Lawmakers collaborate with education and business communities on workforce development

      Lawmakers collaborate with education and business communities on workforce development

      Lawmakers plan to develop partnerships with the education and business communities to help students find jobs when the get out of school. Dozens of representatives from vocational schools, community colleges and businesses gathered at the State House Wednesday for the Committee on Labor and Workforce Development’s Education Pathways to Success event. Lawmakers hope the event will help forge new partnerships between government, education and business. “We kind of need everyone at the table for long term job security so that businesses are getting what they want so employees are getting the best jobs they can get,” State Rep. Paul ...

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    2. Pawtucket Red Sox could relocate to Springfield

      Pawtucket Red Sox could relocate to Springfield

      Pawtucket Red Sox could relocate to Springfield The team's lease at McCoy Stadium will expire in 2021 August 3, 2017, 6:29 pm Updated: Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) BOSTON (WWLP)—The Pawtucket Red Sox are potentially looking for a new home-field ballpark and Massachusetts is a possibility. Local officials are making a pitch for the AAA affiliate of the Boston Red Sox to relocate to Springfield.

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