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  • Prevent Mishaps During Easter and Passover

    Please click here for an important message from the Madison Health Department.

  • Save money and energy in your home with Home Performance!

    Home Performance with ENERGY STAR offers “whole house” solutions to reduce both your energy costs and carbon footprint. Installing energy efficient upgrades in your home can save you up to 30% on energy costs and increase the comfort, safety, and durability of your home. 

  • More Community Pool Improvements Coming this Season

    The Springfield Community Pool is excited to announce the planned 2015 pool improvement projects. Project ideas are generated from pool members, pools in neighboring municipalities, Recreation Department research, and pool trade recommendations.

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  • SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS COLLEGE FUNDING SEMINAR

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS COLLEGE FUNDING SEMINAR Springfield— On Wednesday, April 29, James Wilkes of Allied Wealth Partners will present a free seminar on today’s college funding solutions from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Springfield Free Public Library. By 2021, four years of college education could cost […]

  • The Springfield Free Public Library Concludes Their Lunchtime Film Series

    THE SPRINGFIELD FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY CONCLUDES THEIR LUNCHTIME FILM SERIES “MIKE NICHOLS RETROSPECTIVE” ON MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2015 The Springfield Free Public Library will show the fourth and final film in its lunchtime film series “MIKE NICHOLS RETROSPECTIVE” on Monday, April 13th. 

  • Springfield Green Team "Community Challenge"

    To protect our environment and become a sustainable community we are implementing many practices in our town. We ask our residents to be part of these efforts by taking our challenges. Support our Community Challenges by selecting the pledges in the form below. you can also click on the image.

  • Feds award $1M for Rahway River flood study

    Union County mayors and freeholders today hailed the allocation of $1 million in federal funds to complete a long-stalled flood mitigation study along the 82-mile stretch of the Rahway River from Essex to Middlesex counties.

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