• List of tallest buildings in Springfield, Massachusetts

    Springfield, Massachusetts, United States, features relatively few skyscrapers compared its peer cities, due to a 1908 Massachusetts state law limiting the city's building height to 125', which remained in effect until 1970. In 1907-08, the construction of 1200 Main Street caused such an outcry in both Springfield and Boston that the Massachusetts State Legislature passed a law limiting commercial building height in Springfield to 125' – the height of the steeple of Springfield's Old First Church (the fourth incarnation of which had been constructed in 1819). As a consequence, Springfield did not develop a modern skyline in the pre-World War II styles of art deco or neo-classicism; however, many 'human-scale' versions of both styles exist in Springfield.

  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Springfield, Massachusetts

    This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Springfield, Massachusetts.

  • Neighborhoods in Springfield, Massachusetts

    The City of Springfield, Massachusetts, has 19 distinct neighborhoods. Many feature subdivisions known by other names, such as The X, Hungry Hill, and Mason Square. Springfield's neighborhoods fan out north, south, and east, from its original, colonial settlement in what is now Metro Center.

  • Sexual abuse scandal in Springfield in Massachusetts diocese

    The sexual abuse scandal in Springfield in Massachusetts diocese is a significant episode in the series of Catholic sex abuse cases in the United States and Ireland.

  • Race riots in the United States

  • List of race riots in the US

  • Draft:John Kawie is a Lebanese-American born in Springfield, Massachusetts

  • National Register of Historic Places in Springfield, Massachusetts

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