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    Showcase South Hadley Festival highlights local arts and culture Oct. 7-8

    Attendees can look forward to live performances, exhibitions, presentations, and more at assorted public and commercial venues around town including the town common, the Falls, churches, libraries, and a selection of local restaurants. Read on...
  2. Tag Sale Permit

    Planning a Tag Sale?

    If you are planning on having a tag sale, be sure to get a permit from the Town Clerk's Office. This can be done online or in person. For more information, please visit https://www.southhadley.org/728/Tag-Sale-License. Read on...
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    Members needed for South Hadley boards and commissions, including new Veterans Council

    The Selectboard is seeking citizens with diverse interests and abilities to apply for these available positions. Consider serving South Hadley by joining one! Read on...
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    Assessor Office to be closed on October 5.

    The Assessors Office will be closed on Thursday, October 5, 2023 for professional development. Read on...
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  6. Tax Collectors Drop Box

    Real Estate, Personal Property & Sewer bills mailed September 29, 2023

    FY 2024 Q2 Real Estate & Personal Property bills as well as FY 2024 Sewer bills were mailed 9/29/2023 Read on...
  7. Housing Speaker Series 10.18.23

    Affordable Housing Speaker Series

    Join us on October 18 and November 29 to learn more about affordable housing in western Massachusetts. Read on...
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    Celebrating the Freedom to Read during Banned Books Week

    The first week of October is Banned Books Week and the South Hadley Public Library is planning two events to celebrate the freedom to read. Reading is a foundational skill, critical to future learning and to exercising our democratic freedoms... Read on...
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  10. Cultural Council Survey

    Cultural Council needs input on what events residents want to see in 2024

    Let Cultural Council members know what kind of events you would like to see them sponsor in 2024 by completing a brief survey. Read on...
  11. Free wifi

    Free public wireless now available at Beachgrounds, town common

    Anyone with a wireless-ready device can connect to the unrestricted Shadley-Public network at these locations. Read on...
  12. HPP - Comment Period

    Draft Housing Production Plan Open for Comment

    The public comment period is now open for the Draft Housing Production Plan (HPP). All responses must be submitted by October 25th. Read on...
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    Hepatitis C Testing and Treatment

    Massachusetts is witnessing a rise in hepatitis C infections. Testing and treatment, especially in primary care settings, are inadequate to prevent the rise of this health issue. Read on...
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    Screening and Vaccination to Support Migrant Family Access to Public Health Care

    The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) is dedicated to vaccinating and screening migrant families, particularly children, to ensure their health and well-being. Read on...
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    U.S. will again offer free Covid tests by mail

    Looking ahead to a possible winter surge of Covid-19, the Biden administration announced on Wednesday that it was reviving its program of offering Americans free coronavirus tests through the mail. Read on...
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    Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Bulletin

    Latest News: All individuals aged 6 months and older are advised to receive the 2023–2024 COVID-19 vaccine, which contains the XBB component, to safeguard against severe COVID-19 during the upcoming fall and winter. Read on...
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