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    1. Tip-Off organizers planning 2011 event despite poor crowds

      Tip-Off organizers planning 2011 event despite poor crowds
      "We thought the Tip-Off name resonated in Springfield as something that was once very popular and something that could come back again,'' Hall of Fame manager of events and awards Greg Procino said. "While I would say we were disappointed with the crowds I think we learned some things. From a ticketing perspective four games is probably too much for one day.''
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    2. Price for sale of Civic Center parking garage may be lowered by Springfield Parking Authority

      Price for sale of Civic Center parking garage may be lowered by Springfield Parking Authority
      Demetrios N. Panteleakis, authority chairman, said he does not believe the price scared off bidders because the authority stated then it was willing “to entertain lower bids.” However, the authority was advised by the state Inspector General’s office to seek bids again because potential bidders did not have equal access to all information, he said.
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    3. UMass president Jack Wilson: Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center will "put Holyoke on the map"

      UMass president Jack Wilson: Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center will "put Holyoke on the map"
      The new high-performance computing center’s real value as an economic development tool will be as proof that Holyoke can take on large-scale high-technology projects and get them done, University of Massachusetts President Jack M. Wilson said Friday morning.
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    4. Springfield posts more completed foreclosures than any other city in Massachusetts, for 2nd month in row

      He can take some comfort in the lessening pace of foreclosures, but he fears it’s a result of national lenders, including Bank of America, stopping in their tracks due to flaws in their process. “My real concern is that banks are holding back and reexamining their process,” Gagliardi said. “When it lets loose it could be another avalanche.”
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    5. UMass chancellor Robert Holub warns of deep budget cuts in FY12; all Massachusetts public colleges face similar cuts

      UMass chancellor Robert Holub warns of deep budget cuts in FY12; all Massachusetts public colleges face similar cuts
      In a letter to students and others on campus, Chancellor Robert C. Holub said he expects a cut of $18 million for the fiscal year that starts July 1, 2011. That’s about 8 percent less than the $215 million the campus has received in the current fiscal year.
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    6. Editorial: India, Pratt & Whitney play 'Let's Make a Deal'

      Editorial: India, Pratt & Whitney play 'Let's Make a Deal'
      Although Pratt & Whitney is located in East Hartford, the deal is big economic news for the Springfield area because hundreds of Pratt employees live in Massachusetts. There’s an added bonus, because Pratt affiliate, Hamilton Sundstrand in Windsor Locks, manufactures the control systems for those engines. That company also employs a large number of Western Massachusetts residents.
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    7. Viewpoint: Return of Tip-Off men's basketball tournament to Springfield a slam-dunk for Pioneer Valley economy

      Viewpoint: Return of Tip-Off men's basketball tournament to Springfield a slam-dunk for Pioneer Valley economy
      These events, combined with the 200,000 visitors and guests we welcome to the Hall of Fame each year and the overall 1 million guests that visit our site to enjoy the hall, the restaurants, the hotel and other amenities on the riverfront, make the hall a “heads-up point guard” for the region’s economic presence.
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