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    1. Chamber meeting to feature author, awards

      Chamber President Russell F. Denver said he first heard Moore speak at an event in Hartford two years ago and found him to be intellectually challenging. He describes Moore as a conservative who speaks from a free-market perspective. "We believe it is important to keep our members informed about what is going on nationally," Denver said.
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    2. Plant work may spur upgrade

      The city could get a big boost from the state toward replacing an aged wastewater pump if the local Coca Cola bottler gets the go-ahead from corporate headquarters to expand its operations. According to Northampton Economic and Community Development Coordinator Teri A. Anderson, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development has offered to pay 75 percent of the cost of replacing the pumping station on Bradford Street that serves the Industrial Park and some neighboring residential streets. Department of Public Works director Edward S. Huntley said the 30-year-old pump is nearing the end of its useful life and ...
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    3. U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond LaHood, other officials gather for dedication of State Street Corridor improvement project

      U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond LaHood, other officials gather for dedication of State Street Corridor improvement project
      Officials, including U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond H. LaHood, U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield, and Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, took part in a bus tour and walking tour of the 3.2-mile corridor that stretches from the riverfront to St. Michael Cemetery.
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    4. Pioneer Valley Planning Commission set to host public hearing on commuter rail

      Pioneer Valley Planning Commission set to host public hearing on commuter rail
      “They have to look at the corridor and do this assessment,” said Timothy W. Brennan, executive director of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission. “They have to explain to the public at large why has there been sort of a year-long pause as they have transformed their project to conform to the realities of the federal stimulus program.”
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    5. Springfield in line for $900,000 to $1 million in Massachusetts Green Communities grants

      Springfield in line for $900,000 to $1 million in Massachusetts Green Communities grants
      Mayor Domenic J. Sarno said Friday he wants to use the city’s share of the $8.1 million grant pool to expand the existing policy of buying fuel-efficient vehicles and put some of the funds into renovating and enlarging the Clifford A. Phaneuf Environmental Center in Forest Park.
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    6. Springfield says goodbye to Elite 8 college hoops championship, shifts focus to larger Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournaments, Tip-Off Classic

      Springfield says goodbye to Elite 8 college hoops championship, shifts focus to larger Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournaments, Tip-Off Classic
      Springfield will host the 2011 Elite Eight next March to honor its contract with the NCAA, but when the MassMutual Center clock on the scoreboard reads all zeroes on March 26, the Division II championship will be exiting the city for the third time.
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