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  1. A woman wears a mask inside of a grocery store

    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...
  2. COVID testing

    Curative Labs offers walk-up COVID-19 testing outside South Hadley Town Hall on Saturdays

    Testing, offered directly by Curative as a PCR test, will be available every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of town hall until further notice. Read on...
  3. A white surgical mask lies against a blue background

    Mask mandate instituted for South Hadley public buildings

    All visitors, vendors, delivery personnel, or others entering any public building in South Hadley are required to wear a face covering while in a public building. Read on...
  4. MLB vacancies

    Apply to fill the Municipal Light Board vacancies until the April town election

    The South Hadley Municipal Light Board has two vacancies that need filling until the April town election. Click through to apply. Read on...
  5. School Com Vacancy

    Apply to fill the School Committee vacancy until the April town election

    Applicants are sought to fill a vacancy on the School Committee for a term until the annual town election on April 12. There will be a position on the annual election ballot to fill the remaining term of this specific School Committee vacancy. Read on...
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    Treasurer/Collector Office reminds residents of upcoming due dates

    Real estate and personal property bills are due Nov. 1 while sewer bills are due Nov. 15. Click through to pay online or see other ways to pay. Read on...
  7. Eversource

    Eversource advises public on energy saving tips anticipating high cost of natural gas this winter

    Eversource is informing the public that the cost of natural gas will be significantly higher (about 20%) this winter for Eversource customers and encourages customers to take advantage of energy-saving tips, below. Read on...
  8. 33-202

    Route 202/33 Corridor Study Virtual Community Meeting

    All are invited to attend a virtual event on November 10th to discuss and finalize the Route 202/33 corridor study. This grant-funded assessment is seeking to develop basic recommendations for future development along the corridor. Your input is needed! Read on...
  9. A pen hovers over a red, blue and yellow bar graph

    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...
  10. A mosquito sits on a human

    State health officials announce two new human cases of West Nile Virus in Middlesex County

    Residents urged to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites. WNV is usually transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. While WNV can infect people of all ages, people over the age of 50 are at higher risk for severe disease. Read on...
  11. A mosquito sits on a human

    Take precautions to avoid mosquito bites

    Follow these tips, including how to mosquito-proof your home and knowing peak hours, to avoid mosquito bites Read on...
  12. October Library Programs

    Welcome to October, everyone! We’re welcoming fall with some terrific library programs at the South Hadley Public Library and Gaylord Memorial Library, including two online Zoom programs to get you in the Halloween spirit. Read on...
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