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NORTHAMPTON — As residents weighed raising property taxes through a Proposition 2½ override earlier this month, one question popped up at Mayor...

SOUTHAMPTON — The building that formerly housed the Opa Opa Steakhouse and Brewery has been sold to a local church.Christ Community of Hampshire...

EASTHAMPTON — A marijuana zoning change and the creation of new stabilization accounts will be some of the prominent items on the agenda for...

EASTHAMPTON — For close to two decades, John and Melissa Knybel have lived in Easthampton, where they own six rental properties. But after getting...

HOLYOKE — The city has set a new tax rate for the year, with bills expected to arrive in the coming weeks.The City Council voted 7 to 5 to approve...

EASTHAMPTON – The cost to build a new consolidated K-8 school is on track to come in $5 million under budget and will now include projects such as...

NORTHAMPTON — The City Council has voted on first reading to put a $2.5 million property tax override before voters on March 3, which would...

AMHERST — Homeowners who live in single-family homes in Amherst will see their average annual tax bills rise by about $275 this year.  A single tax...

NORTHAMPTON — Fresh popcorn and a bin of free seltzer sat inside the door at Yes Computers on Sunday. Staff at the store was doubled and the hours...

NORTHAMPTON — Fresh off the City Council’s final approval of the city’s fiscal 2020 budget, Mayor David Narkewicz reiterated Thursday that city...

The Baker administration and legislative leaders have so far badly underestimated tax collections this fiscal year, a decision that effectively...

Hadley bumps water rates, defers on sewer

5/19/19

HADLEY — The Select Board this week approved a modest increase in water rates, but postponed a decision on adopting a significant jump in the rates...

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