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South County Notebook: June 9, 2023
06-08-2023 8:55 PM

Deerfield Inclusion Group co-sponsoring second annual Pride party SOUTH DEERFIELD — The Deerfield Inclusion Group is co-sponsoring the second annual Pride party at Deerfield Elementary School on Sunday, June 11, from 1 to 4 p.m.Folks are invited to...


Two new faces elected to Shutesbury school board
06-07-2023 12:22 PM

SHUTESBURY — Two newcomers will join the School Committee after winning the only contested seats in Saturday’s town election.Jeremy Mailloux and Anna Cederberg Heard, with 237 and 205 votes, earned election over Nathaniel Charles Longcope and Mary Lou...


Shutesbury voters defeat proposal to ban public access at dam
06-05-2023 12:56 PM

By SHELBY BROCK

SHUTESBURY — By a vote of 40-37, residents at Saturday’s Annual Town Meeting narrowly shot down a bylaw that would ban public access to the Lake Wyola Dam and institute fines for trespassers.Other topics on the 33-article warrant that merited the most...


Shutesbury voters to consider green energy program, opposing track’s artificial turf at Town Meeting
05-31-2023 11:54 AM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SHUTESBURY — Establishing community choice aggregation that could provide residents with more green-sourced electricity, opposing the use of artificial turf in the new track and field project at Amherst-Pelham Regional High School and adopting a $6.91...


South County Notebook: May 10, 2023
05-09-2023 1:58 PM

Shutesbury police chief presenting program on scams, frauds and phishing SHUTESBURY — Police Chief Kristen Burgess is presenting an information program on scams, frauds and phishing on Thursday, May 11, at 6:30 p.m. at the Shutesbury Community Church,...


My Turn: Our great appreciation for an improbably exceptional library
05-06-2023 11:42 AM

By CHRISTI PAYNE and GREG DARMS

My husband and I moved to New England from Oregon five years ago, not knowing for sure where we would end up, and fortuitously landed in Shutesbury. We could not have chosen better than this forested rural hilltown we now call home.One of the very...


Public forum set for Shutesbury library project on Tuesday
04-10-2023 4:41 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SHUTESBURY — A Boston architect, working with a civil engineer and landscape architect, is beginning the process of developing a floor plan and a site plan for the $6.4 million, 5,490-square-foot library to be constructed at 66 Leverett Road.With...


Petitioners in Shutesbury call for input on library site cleanup
04-03-2023 3:33 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SHUTESBURY — A petition filed by 21 Shutesbury residents is requiring town officials to create a Public Involvement Plan by mid-April for 66 Leverett Road, the planned location for a new town library where oil and other hazardous materials have been...


Once condemned, Shutesbury Community Church shines anew after years of upgrades
03-30-2023 2:26 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SHUTESBURY — A member of the Shutesbury Community Church for 30 years, Chris Footit is relieved to be back participating in and attending services, something he can do after a three-stop lift was installed at the 1827 meetinghouse on the town...


Shutesbury Town Meeting to deal with 5 articles, including dealing with chemical contaminants
01-17-2023 2:40 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SHUTESBURY — Addressing chemical contaminants found in wells near the Fire Station, adjusting the zoning bylaws to allow battery storage with solar arrays, and permanently protecting land on Pelham Hill Road will be considered by voters at Thursday’s...


North Quabbin Notebook: Jan. 9, 2023
01-08-2023 9:25 PM

Village Neighbors seeks volunteers, call managersWENDELL — The nonprofit serving people ages 60 and older in Shutesbury, Leverett, New Salem and Wendell will hold a volunteer orientation on Tuesday.The hybrid meeting on Zoom and in person at the...


Which way to Ripton? Shutesbury historical panel eyes preservation of iconic guideboard
01-05-2023 7:51 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SHUTESBURY — For nearly 200 years, a guideboard on the town common in Shutesbury has provided travelers with a sense of direction and their distance from communities both near and far.Whether it be the 17 miles west to Northampton, the 40 miles north...


Shutesbury Selectboard gives police OK to continue to offer graffiti workshops for teens
01-04-2023 12:34 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

SHUTESBURY — As a way to address incidents of graffiti in Shutesbury last summer, Police Chief Kristin Burgess launched a community policing initiative for teenagers to participate in a graffiti art workshop with local artists.But getting participants...

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