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MakeItLocal is the trusted consumer resource and area shopping guide for people who live, work or travel to Springfield, MA. A complete online directory of local merchants and area service providers, MakeItLocal is an easy way for people to find, connect and support small business in their local communities. Featuring a keyword search of business profiles for products and services, MakeItLocal has everything needed for the home, workplace or on the go in Springfield, MA. Popular search categories include: Automotive, Dining, Entertainment, Home Improvement, Health & Medical, Insurance, Legal, Hotels, Transportation and Real Estate

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McDonald's employees threatened by man wielding machete in ...
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Employees at a McDonald's franchise in Springfield were threatened by a man carrying a large blade.

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Springfield Museums plans John F. Kennedy centennial exhibit with items from Smithsonian, JFK Library
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Working with the Smithsonian Institution, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and private collectors, the Springfield Museums will honor the legacy of slain President John F. Kennedy in an upcoming exhibit. "Jack & Jackie: The Kennedys in ...

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MGM Springfield on target to get buildings watertight by end of year ...
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SPRINGFIELD -- MGM Springfield officials said last week that as they strive to get a $950 million casino project enclosed and water-tight before the end of the ...

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Springfield police reportedly arrest man after shots were fired in the McKnight neighborhood
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SPRINGFIELD - Police arrested a 19-year-old man Sunday night after shots were fired in the McKnight neighborhood. Police Capt. Brian Keenan told WWLP that police were summoned to Florida Street shortly before 9 p.m. for an activation of the city's ...



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Mayor Domenic Sarno holds Springfield sit-down with NYC Mayor ...
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Mayor Domenic Sarno sat down with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray Saturday to discuss mental health-related policies and ...

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