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MOST READ: TOP FIVE MOST READ ARTICLES LAST WEEK
1. Wildwood Librarian Distributes Backpacks With One Month Supply Of Books For Students – by Toni Cunningham
2. School Committee Seeks New Negotiations With Teachers’ Union Over COVID-19 Closures – by Marla Goldberg Jamate
3. Amherst Regional Schools To Close Again On Monday – by Marla Goldberg Jamate
4. APEA Responds To Calls To Renegotiate School Reopening Agreement – Art Keene
5. Photo Of the Week. Into The Fall Mists By Monica Cage – by Monica Cage

WHAT”S IN THIS ISSUE?

COVID-19
School Committee, Teachers’ Union At Impasse Over Covid-19 Closures
by Marla Goldberg Jamate

MTA Tells State Officials: Stop Trying to Bully Communities about Remote Learning

COVID-19 Daily Update by Art and Maura Keene

DEMOCRACY
Local Groups Prepare To Protect The Vote And Defend Democracy by Art Keene

Defending Democracy — A Collection Of Recent Writing. by Art Keene

ELECTIONS
Local Groups Prepare To Protect The Vote And Defend Democracy by Art Keene

Widespread Disillusionment And Fear Among Likely Voters As Election Day Nears

UMass Poll Shows Substantial Lead For Biden

Last Minute Tips For Amherst Voters

FEATURES
Defending Democracy — A Collection Of Recent Writing. by Art Keene

Photo Of The Week: An Indy Fall Foliage Gallery by Art Keene

HALLOWEEN
Safety Tips And Special Events For Amherst’s COVID-19 Halloween

HISTORICAL COMMISSIONS
Report on the Meeting of the Local Historic District Commission (10/26/20) by Hilda Greenbaum

Historic Commission Recommends Projects For CPAC Funding by Hilda Greenbaum

OPINION
Opinion: The Jones Library Demolition/Expansion. The Trustees Say They’re Ready. It’s Time For The Public To Respond! by Terry S. Johnson

PROTEST / ORGANIZING
Local Groups Prepare To Protect The Vote And Defend Democracy by Art Keene

Local Youth Sponsor Banner Drop in Support of Equal Rights Amendment

SCHOOLS
School Committee, Teachers’ Union At Impasse Over Covid-19 Closures
by Marla Goldberg Jamate

MTA Tells State Officials: Stop Trying to Bully Communities about Remote Learning

APEA Responds To Calls To Renegotiate School Reopening Agreement by Art Keene

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