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Week In Review: Police, Fire Chiefs Announce They Will Retire

Here is a look back at the most important stories of the week.

Week In Review: Police, Fire Chiefs Announce They Will Retire

In the coming months, the City of Greenfield's Police and Fire Commission will be rather busy.

Police Chief Frank Springob and Fire Chief Russ Spahn made sure of that by announcing they'd both be retiring in June. Springob, who has been with the police department for more than 46 years, . Spahn, who has been with the city both in its Division of Public Works and fire department, had his .

Springob's department was particularly busy last week. One armed robber held up the and another before being apprehended shortly after his second attempt.

The police department also received help when a Greenfield resident chased down a .

In government news, Alderperson's Linda Lubotsky and Thomas Pietrowski were and the Common Council finally made a decision on a .

In school news, the Greenfield School Board shortly after recently elected board members Bruce Bailey and Pam Sierzchulski , and the Whitnall School Board swore in its new members and , among other business.

We took a and asked readers to share their favorite memories from the former Greenfield landmark

Greenfield Patch also checked in on The Scrapbook Store, . 

Stay tuned for what surely will be another great week on Greenfield Patch.

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