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Springfield mayoral candidates face off at Citizens Club
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WICS/WRSP) -- The Springfield mayoral candidates took the stage Friday. Mayor Jim Langfelder and challenger Frank Edwards were at the Hoogland Center for the Arts for "A Conversation with the Candidates for Mayor" event.
Implementing austerity at Springfield Hospital
SPRINGFIELD, Vt. — Just as a plumber makes his living by finding leaky pipes to fix, Michael Halstead, the interim CEO of Springfield Hospital, has spent most of his career fixing hospitals. He’s worked in 60 to 70 of them over 40 years, he said, CEO or CFO of more than a dozen.
Springfield College Celebrates National Women and Girls in Sports Day
This past Saturday, approximately 150 girls aged from kindergarten through sixth grade gathered together to participate in sports-oriented activities in Dana Gymnasium on the campus of Springfield College. This event occurred as a means to celebrate National Women and Girls in Sports Day.
Springfield Township 's Daddy Daughter Dance
Daddies (as well as grandfathers, uncles and caregivers) and their daughters are invited to dine and dance the night away during Springfield Township’s 11th annual Daddy Daughter Dance.
Kettering Fairmont beats Springfield
Kettering Fairmont took control early and methodically pulled away to beat Springfield 61-39 in an Ohio girls basketball matchup on February 19. If you would like to join in the action, download the Scorestream app today.
LIVE | Springfield City Council meeting February 19th
Follow along live with the Springfield City Council meeting February 19th, 2019. The FY20 budget will be up for final discussion and vote. DSI also discussed the plans for the upcoming concert series supported by the Levitt Foundation. Springfield won a nationwide Levitt AMP contest for a $25,000 gr
St Peter Saints Win Springfield Tournament
The St Peter Saints won the annual Springfield Tournament defeating Springfield Calvary in the championship 38-34. Colton Smith had 17 points in the win. Evan Hoover added 8, Seth Bergmann 7 and Callaway Smith added 6. The Saints opened the tournament with a 37-21 win over Springfield, then a 37-33
Springfield High School
Good morning Springfield High! Today is Friday, February 15, 2019. This month we will be "Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Aretha Franklin." The program will be on February 22nd. The "Trivia Contest" questions will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. In order to win this contest, first period classes wi
Springfield Tech Defeats MassBay 76-72
FRAMINGHAM – The MassBay men’s basketball lost its final home game against Springfield Tech today, Feb. 16, 76-72. The team is now 8-21, with one game left on the road. The Bucs are now 4-11 at home this season.
Springfield Winter Carnival a big success
The 2019 Springfield Winter Carnival was a huge success! We had great live music with Ben Fuller Music on Friday night and HeartFire on Saturday night. The sliding hills and pond were full of families sliding and skating all day and well into the night Saturday. Our cardboard sled competition had 18
Springfield Schools Closed for Presidents Day
SPRINGFIELD, NJ - In an email to parents, all principals in the Springfield School District reminded parents that schools will be closed on Monday. The closure comes as a result of the Presidents Day holiday. Following the holiday observance, regular school hours will resume the following day. If pa
YMCA Renews Partnership With Springfield College
Since 1885, the USA’s YMCA and Springfield College have shared a unique partnership that benefits both organizations. It provides the YMCA with a professional studies program for undergraduate students, along with an executive master’s program in Springfield College’s school of Professional and Cont
Rosa Makes Springfield College Dean 's List
SPRINGFIELD – Springfield College has named Nirka Rosa of Framingham, to the dean’s list for academic excellence for the fall 2018 term. Rosa is studying Human Services. Criteria for selection to the dean’s list requires that the student must have a minimum semester grade point average of 3.500 for
The Springfield Business Journal report
Joey McLaughlin talks with Springfield Business Journal Publisher Michelle Ownbey about a downtown business expanding, and two upcoming events. Last year, 51 children died of vehicular heat stroke in the U.S., an unsettling record that comes as efforts to prevent hot car deaths have escalated.
Is Springfield Drinking Water Safe ?
In December 2018, Springfield’s drinking water source contained elevated levels of haloacetic acids. Haloacetic acids are one of the compounds the Department of Public Health monitors to determine if water is safe for drinking. UMass Amherst Environmental Engineering Professor David Reckhow and Spri
Springfield College Wrestling Regains Health Heading Into Regional Tournament
SPRINGFIELD — After a tough month of recovery, the Springfield College wrestling team is healthy and ready to go. This weekend brings the NCAA Division III Regional Championships. With a banged up roster, the Pride has been focusing on sustaining good health as well as regular preparations heading i
Springfield Apartments Evacuated After Police Respond To Suicidal Man
A man is in custody after a nearly four hour standoff with police late Wednesday night at some apartments near the Missouri State University campus in Springfield. Officers surrounded the Jenny Lind Hall Apartments at 711 S. Jefferson Ave, south of downtown.
Springfield Historical Society Displays Washington Letter During February Program
SPRINGFIELD, NJ - The town of Springfield has a large and largely forgotten claim in the war for independence. The last major engagment in the north from British and Hesssian forces took place in town on June 23, 1780. After the Brits were repelled, they never tried to go through New Jersey to attac
Gymnastics Continues To Break Records In Win At Springfield
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – The Southern Connecticut State University gymnastics team defeated Springfield and Ithaca in a tri-meet at Springfield College. The Owls posted a 192.075 for their second-highest team score of the season, while Ithaca scored a 189.950 followed by Springfield at 188.100.
Springfield Featured This Weekend On C-SPAN Networks
Springfield gets its moment in the national spotlight this weekend, as the city is featured on special programming on the C-SPAN networks. An interview with Mayor Jim Langfelder aired Friday morning on the public affairs cable network’s flagship show, Washington Journal. C-SPAN visited Springfield l