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    Town hall entrance closest to police station currently closed; please use Pleasant Street entrance

    Residents who need to access town hall or attend any meetings held early this week in the Selectboard Meeting Room should enter through the entrance on the Pleasant Street side of the building. Read on...
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    Reduce polluted storm water flows - get wise about your lawn

    With summer soon upon us, it's important to help try and reduce polluted storm water flows. Good practices around your home and garden that keep fertilizers from washing off your property are critical. Read on...
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    Volunteers needed June 21 for River to Range Trail work party

    Help load wheelbarrows and mulch the new trees installed along the west edge of the field in the Bachelor-Stony Brook Conservation Area. Read on...
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    South Hadley Plaza LLC plans for housing development at Woodlawn Plaza; public meeting held June 26

    South Hadley Plaza LLC plans to build 72 mixed-income apartments on a three-acre portion of the plaza. Residents are invited to discuss plans June 26 at the South Hadley Public Library from 6-8 p.m. Read on...
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    Public hearing on Newton Street road resurfacing set for June 19

    The purpose of this hearing is to provide the public with the opportunity to become fully acquainted with the proposed resurfacing and related work on Route 116/Newton Street. All views and comments made at the hearing will be reviewed. Read on...
  6. A man rides an electric-assist bicycle down a street lined with buildings

    ValleyBike available again in South Hadley

    ValleyBikes are back and ready to rent for the season. Use the code demo19 for a free trip. Read on...
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    MassWorks grant allows for Gaylord Street improvements

    The town was recently awarded a $1,000,000 MassWorks grant to make improvements at Gaylord Street and the HG&E parking lot (located at the intersection of Main Street and Bardwell Street). The grant's purpose of is to help facilitate economic development. Read on...
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