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  1. COVID testing

    Saturday Curative COVID testing site moves from Town Hall to Holyoke Mall

    The new testing location will be a daily, drive-through site located at the old Sears parking lot at the Holyoke Mall at 50 Holyoke St. It will offer testing seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Read on...
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    South Hadley businesses asked to implement indoor masking

    The Town of South Hadley is asking all local businesses to help in protecting the community from COVID-19 by enforcing an indoors mask policy within their workplace and business in South Hadley effective immediately. Read on...
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    Free Advertising Opportunities Available to Local Businesses

    The Retailers Association of Massachusetts, in coordination with the Governor’s office, is launching a campaign to drive sales to local businesses through a free advertising opportunity to celebrate the launch of the ‘Buy in MA’ website. Read on...
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    Housing Rehab Assistance

    The town of South Hadley, with the assistance of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC), is continuing to seek funding to assist qualified homeowners in making necessary repairs to their homes. Read on...
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    Amherst Road Hiker Parking Lot Closed Beginning November 1st

    The South Hadley Fire District #2's Amherst Road Hiker Parking Lot will be closed beginning November 1st. Alternative parking is available at the Notch Visitor's Center, 1500 West Street/Route 116, Amherst. Read on...
  6. Dementia Friendly America Massachusetts

    South Hadley becomes an Aging and Dementia Friendly Community

    The Town of South Hadley is the next Age and Dementia Friendly Community! Read on...
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    South Hadley / Chicopee / Holyoke Livable Community Survey results released

    The results, attached below, show more than 100 answers from community members about questions relating to moving in retirement, the importance of remaining in the community as one ages, and features or amenities important to a community as one ages. Read on...
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    Fall yard waste pick-ups continue until Dec. 3

    Each route has three collections this year. Brush must be tied in bundles (no metal) of not more than four-foot lengths. NO PLASTIC BAGS. Please keep yard waste barrels separate and apart from trash barrels. Click Here For Flyer
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