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    Message to motorists: Slow down as school returns to session

    Next week, students will walk, bike or ride to and from school. Inevitably, our roads will be more congested. It’s important every day, but particularly before and after school, for motorists to slow down and pay attention to the road. Read on...
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    Volunteers wanted for South Hadley Boards and Committees

    The Selectboard is seeking citizens with diverse interests and abilities to apply. There are no special requirements for any of the boards and committees other than a willingness to serve. However, applicants must be registered to vote in South Hadley. Read on...
  3. A yellow and teal flyer announcing the details of a Sept. 23 town hall with state representatives

    Sen. Comerford and Rep. Carey host town hall Sept. 23 at library

    Join Representative Dan Carey and Senator Jo Comerford to hear legislative updates and ask questions about issues important to you. Read on...
  4. A map of the Woodlawn Plaza showing the latest ValleyBike location

    New ValleyBike station opens at Woodlawn Plaza

    ValleyBike is continuing to grow in South Hadley! The newest bike station opened this past week at the Woodlawn Plaza, outside PeoplesBank. It is fully stocked with bikes ready to rent. Read on...
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    Join the Source to Sea Cleanup Sept. 27

    The Source to Sea Cleanup is a coordinated effort in four states for cleaner rivers. Join the Conservation Department and volunteers in cleaning up the Connecticut River and its tributaries Sept. 27. Read on...
  6. A cloud logo with the text &#39ViewPoint Cloud&#39 inside of it

    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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    Bike-Walk Committee Offers MHC Project Stream & Upper Trails Trek September 22

    Come walk through the boardwalk section of Project Stream, including its newly completed sections, and then explore the Upper Lake trails on the campus. A special presentation on Project Stream will be provided by Kate Ballantine or Carey Lang from MHC. Read on...
  8. 116 Main Project Area

    Route 116 / Newton Street project plans, information available from MassDOT

    Learn more about the project in a presentation offered by MassDOT. Read on...
  9. swap shop photo

    Outside Swap Shop Closing for Season

    As of Wednesday August 28th the outside tables, space outside the sheds, and furniture shed will no longer be available for operation. Read on...
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