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Vitamin P for Poetry Series

Vitamin P for Poetry Series will continue from Jan to June 2014, thanks to the support of the Springfield City Library. Please check out the website (see below) for all topics this season. This Saturday, please join me on at the Indian Orchard Branch (44 Oak Street)for what promises to be an engaging poetry workshop. Seasoned and new poets are welcome to engage poems by published... 

Employment Domestic Violence Services

Second Shift Direct Service Advocate Monday – Friday 3-11p Qualifications: A.A. or equivalent education or experience in a human service field. One year of counseling and direct service experience and familiar with issues of violence against women. Bilingual (Spanish-speaking) preferred Must have valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle and telephone. Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. Duties... 

Employment Opportunity Rural Support Specialist Westfield/Huntington

Primarily M-F 9a-5p with flexibility to meet program needs including up to 2 evenings per week for support groups Qualifications: AA or equivalent in Human Service field. One year counseling, direct service, criminal justice experience (police and court). Knowledge regarding issues of violence against women. Must have valid driver’s license, reliable motor vehicle, and telephone. Must be able to... 

Jobs: Income Tax Coordinator

Springfield Partners for Community Action is the federally designated Community Action Agency (CAA) for the greater Springfield area, serving about 10,000 low-income people annually. The agency has 49 years of experience providing services and advocacy to alleviate the conditions of poverty for area residents. We are looking for a temporary (Jan-May), full-time Income Tax Coordinator to expand our... 

Jobs: VITA Receptionist/Data Entry Coordinator

Springfield Partners for Community Action is the federally designated Community Action Agency (CAA) for the greater Springfield area, serving about 10,000 low-income people annually. The agency has 49 years of experience providing services and advocacy to alleviate the conditions of poverty for area residents. We are looking for a temporary (Jan-May), full-time Receptionist/Data Entry person to work... 

SE ACERCA LA FECHA LÍMITE DE ENERO PARA SOLICITUDES DE BECAS

Las Caridades de la Casa Ronald McDonald® (RMHC®) de Connecticut y el Oeste de Massachusetts anuncia que otorgará un total de $50,000 a 25 estudiantes locales por graduarse de la escuela secundaria este año lectivo a través de su programa de becas.  Se motiva a los estudiantes de todo origen a solicitar, con $31,000 asignado para solicitantes hispanos elegibles por medio de la Beca RMHC®/HACER® (siglas... 

“Racist” Valley Democrats Support Voter ID

The Valley Patriot (December 15, 2013)     Lawrence, MA — Last month all three of Lawrence’s State Representatives voted in favor of Voter ID in Massachusetts.   This is odd given that we are told day in, and day out by the Democrat leadership, and the so called “news” media that people who support Voter ID are, in fact, “racists”... 

Poems of the Season: A Celebration of Winter & Its Holidays, Sat., Dec. 21 @ 1:30 pm

Dear poets, poetry lovers, and lovers of this time of year,   Whether you wish to share an original poem or a poem by a favorite poet about this season or any aspect of the holidays, join us for a family-friendly open mic poetry reading in the Central Library Rotunda in Springfield. Local poets will share their work in this family-friendly, bilingual event (Spanish and English). Copies of the... 

Currently seeking highly qualified candidates to join our diverse workforce.

The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE) is a national leader in education, dedicated to supporting the Commonwealth’s students and educators.  We are currently seeking highly qualified candidates to join our diverse workforce.  Attached is a list of employment opportunities currently available at ESE and posted on the Human Resources Division’s Commonwealth Employment... 

Complaints Filed Against Holyoke Police Officer

Witness Accounts Describe Racial Profiling HOLYOKE — On Monday, November 23, 2013, four Massachusetts residents filed formal departmental complaints detailing racial profiling and unprofessional behavior by Holyoke Police officer Patricia Alicea. The incident occurred on Saturday, November 16, 2013 when police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle. Victims of Saturday’s incident... 
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