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    2. Plans for new consolidated school in Mason Square section of Springfield moving forward - masslive.com

      Plans for new consolidated school in Mason Square section of Springfield moving forward - masslive.com
      Progress continues to occur on Springfields plans for a new consolidated school in the Mason Square area, including the governors recent approval of a needed park land transfer. Gov. Charlie Baker signed the land transfer bill Friday that is needed for the consolidation of William Deberry School and Homer Street School into a new consolidated school on the Deberry site, said Peter Garvey, the citys director of capital asset construction.
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    3. West of the River Chamber to Host Virtual Annual Meeting, Town Updates

      West of the River Chamber to Host Virtual Annual Meeting, Town Updates
      With the government-mandated social-distancing restrictions in place, the West of the River Chamber of Commerces annual meeting and town updates will be a virtual event this year. We feel we need to continue to move forward in this new environment and show our business community that we are here, active, and supporting our members during this time Executive Director Robin Wozniak said. The Zoom event will take place on Tuesday ...
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  2. About Springfield

    Springfield

    Springfield is the largest city on the Connecticut River, and the seat of Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States.

    In the 2000 census, the city population was 154,082. It is the third largest city in Massachusetts and fourth largest in New England (behind Boston, Worcester, and Providence). Springfield holds two nicknames — The City of Homes and The City of Firsts.


    Historically the first Springfield in the United States, it is also the largest city in Western Massachusetts and the Pioneer Valley.

    Springfield is notable as birthplace of Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, as well as the city in which James Naismith invented basketball. It is home to the Basketball Hall of Fame and the Springfield Falcons AHL hockey team. It also holds the western world's largest collection of Chinese cloisonné at the G.W. Vincent Smith Art Museum.

    The Springfield Metropolitan Statistical Area consists of three counties - Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin. As of the 2000 census, the Springfield MSA had a population of 680,014 (though a July 1, 2007 estimate placed the population at 682,657).[2] It is also part of a larger metropolitan area known as the Northeast megalopolis.

    In an economic and cultural partnership with Hartford, Connecticut, the Springfield-Hartford region constitutes New England's Knowledge Corridor - the second-largest concentration of institutions of higher learning in New England, after Greater Boston.

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    1. We always have focused on Springfield.
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    2. This is something we'd very much like to see prosper in Springfield.
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    3. We believe this is a great opportunity not only for the country, but for Springfield.
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