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    1. Springfield Parade of Big Balloons and Bright Nights season near

      Springfield Parade of Big Balloons and Bright Nights season near
      “I am thrilled and honored to serve as the parade marshal for the Tower Square Parade of the Big Balloons,” said Ashe, who has served as sheriff since 1974. “I grew up in Springfield, and I believe it is a wonderful part of the city’s heritage. Secondly, I am the grandfather of 16, and I am going to do my best to have them all see me marching at the head of the parade.”
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    2. P.C. Richard & Son and Ultimate Electronics bet on Western Mass. and Connecticut markets in expansion push

      P.C. Richard & Son and Ultimate Electronics bet on Western Mass. and Connecticut markets in expansion push
      Gregg Richard, president of P.C. Richard & Son, said five of the six stores P.C. Richard & Son opened this year in Connecticut are in former Circuit City locations, including the Enfield store. In Milford, P.C. Richard took over a spot once occupied by the now bankrupt houseware chain Linens’ n Things.
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    3. Westover Air Reserve Base added record $266 million into local economy in FY10

      Westover Air Reserve Base added record $266 million into local economy in FY10
      With a total of 3,836 employees, Westover is the largest employer in Chicopee and one of the largest in the region. Included in the figures are 2,008 part-time reservists, 747 full-time federal employees and 110 others who work in areas such as the base exchange. Another 127 contract civilians worked at the base this year.
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    4. Bradley Airport transport to be among Connecticut's alternative-fuel efforts

      Bradley Airport transport to be among Connecticut's alternative-fuel efforts
      Come next spring, Yellow cabs and shuttle buses running on compressed natural gas will be driving to and from Bradley International Airport after fueling up at the Shell station on Route 75, one of 10 statewide alternative fueling stations funded by $29 million in matching federal and private monies.
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