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Sisters of St. Joseph launch public appeal

Chris Maza
chrism@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – After more than a 130 years’ worth of service to the communities of the Diocese of Springfield, the Sisters of St. Joseph (SSJ) of Springfield are in need of reciprocal support....
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Amazing Kreskin coming to the Student Prince May 30

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – The Amazing Kreskin isn’t slowing down....
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Sarno kicks off reelection campaign with focus on family

Chris Maza
chrism@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – Kicking off his reelection campaign on May 18, Mayor Domenic Sarno positioned himself as a family man with an enthusiasm for public service and a desire to continue positive traction the City of Homes has gained....
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Could board action affect local casino project?

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – Could a board election and a possible split of MGM Resorts International into two companies make an impact on MGM Springfield? At this point, no one can say for sure....
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Springfield school children can receive up to 120,000 books

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – The city’s school children may the recipients of anywhere from 40,000 to 120,000 books if the city’s adults who work with children sign up for a new program. ...
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Springfield officials honor winning athletic teams and coaches

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – Mayor Domenic Sarno called the May 7 School Committee meeting “a night of celebration” by honoring several winning athletic teams and coaches....
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Sarno: Springfield won’t touch reserves for first time since 2008

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – The fiscal year 2016 budget sent last week to the City Council for approval is the first such document since 2008 that does not use any of the city’s reserves to supplement projected revenues....
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William Pynchon finally gets his due

G. Michael Dobbs
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SPRINGIELD – Take a look around Springfield and you won’t see a statue of its founder William Pynchon. ...
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Federation of Paraprofessionals seeks to help with youth literacy efforts

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – The Springfield Federation of Paraprofessionals wants anyone who works with children to sign up for a book program that will help literacy efforts in the city....
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Mayor Sarno discusses Springfield's needs with Lt. Gov. Polito

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

SPRINGFIELD – From basic facts about the city to its top governmental priorities, Lt. Gov. Karen Polito heard a lot during an hour-long meeting with Mayor Domenic Sarno, members of the City Council and many department heads in the city....
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Springfield law enforcement, college address public safety concerns

G. Michael Dobbs
news@thereminder.com

The auditorium at the Karen Sprague Cultural Center was standing room only as students and faculty members listened to college President Dr. Vincent Maniaci, Mayor Domenic Sarno and Springfield Police Commissioner William Barbieri speak and take questions....
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