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    Satellite Probate & Family Court Registry Office opens in Belchertown

    Rather than travel to Northampton, residents can save time by going to 205 State Street in Belchertown. It will be open to the public on the first and third Thursday of every month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Read on...
  2. Assessments

    Fiscal 2020 Valuations - Preliminary Certification and Disclosure

    The South Hadley Board of Assessors announces that preliminary certification of the FY2020 values has been received Read on...
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    South Hadley upgrades online permitting system to ViewPoint Cloud

    VPC is a more modern, user-friendly version of ViewPermit used to submit applications for various certificates, licenses and permits to town departments. Residents who used the former ViewPermit system will need to create a new account in VPC. Read on...
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    Council on Aging moves to temporary location at St. Theresa's Parish

    The Council on Aging will temporarily operate out of St. Theresa's Parish, located at 9 East Parkview Drive, in South Hadley, during construction of the new senior center. Read on...
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    Fall yard waste pick-up set for Oct. 28-Nov. 22

    Please only use paper or open top containers. Any brush must be tied in bundles of no more than four feet in length. Yard waste must be curbside by 7 a.m. on collection day. Please keep yard waste barrels separate from trash barrels. Read on...
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    Gov. Baker order temporarily prohibits sale, display of all vaping products in state

    Baker declared a public health emergency in the Commonwealth due to severe lung disease associated with the use of e-cigarettes and vaping products, and the epidemic of e-cigarette uses among youth. Read on...
  7. Swap Shop to close for winter Dec. 14

    In preparation for winter, the shop will stop accepting items Nov. 27. Residents will still be able to take items. The Swap Shop will close for the season Dec. 14. During this time residents will not be able to pick up or drop off any items at the shop.
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