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    1. Blu Homes, manufacturer of environmentally efficient modular homes, officially opens East Longmeadow factory

      Blu Homes, manufacturer of environmentally efficient modular homes, officially opens East Longmeadow factory
      When a Waltham-based manufacturer of environmentally efficient modular homes and room additions started to outgrow its small factory just off Interstate 495 in Littleton, it found exactly what it was looking for in a vacant former Pratt & Whitney airplane factory in East Longmeadow.
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    2. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Springfield area salaries increase from 2008

      U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Springfield area salaries increase from 2008
      The Bureau of Labor Statistics does wage surveys for hundreds of occupations each October. Its report on the Springfield Metropolitan Statistical Area -- which includes Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties -- includes data representing a survey of 110 establishments with one or more workers in private industry, as well as State and local governments. Agricultural establishments, private households, the self-employed and the Federal Government were excluded from the survey
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    3. Town officials hope MassDevelopment can help them market former Belchertown State School property

      After years of working as a group of volunteers trying to bring major development projects to the former Belchertown State School property, the town development corporation is entering an agreement with experts at MassDevelopment who have experience with large projects throughout the state.
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    4. Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton seeks to partner with larger hospital in hopes of expanding services | masslive.com

      Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton seeks to partner with larger hospital in hopes of expanding services | masslive.com
      Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester are three hospitals cited in a statement by Cooley Dickinson officials as a potential partner. Other medical centers could be considered as well. Cooley Dickinson President Craig N. Melin stressed that his facility is in the exploratory stage regarding a new partnership.
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    5. Irene E. and George A. Davis Foundation calls for community-wide effort to help boost reading among Springfield children

      Irene E. and George A. Davis Foundation calls for community-wide effort to help boost reading among Springfield children
      Representatives of the Irene E. and George A. Davis Foundation, a charitable organization, released a report that will serve as a blueprint to achieve the goal that 80 percent of Springfield’s children by 2016 will score at the proficient level on the third grade reading examination.
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    6. Renaissance School may relocate to Springfield Technical Community College Technology Park

      Since opening in 2006, The Renaissance School has prided itself on sending a high percentage of graduates to college. Now, the school itself could be bound for a college campus under a plan to relocate the combination middle and high school to the Springfield Technical Community College’s Technology Park.
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