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MOST READ: TOP FIVE MOST READ ARTICLES LAST WEEK
1. School Committee, Teachers’ Union At Impasse Over Covid-19 Closures – by Marla Goldberg Jamate
2. Opinion: The Jones Library Demolition/Expansion. The Trustees Say They’re Ready. It’s Time For The Public To Respond! – by Terry S. Johnson
3. APEA Responds To Calls To Renegotiate School Reopening Agreement – by Art Keene
4. Local Groups Prepare To Protect The Vote And Defend Democracy – by Art Keene
5. MTA Tells State Officials: Stop Trying To Bully Communities About Remote Learning

WHAT”S IN THIS ISSUE?

CAMPUS / SCHOOLS
Amherst Regional Public Schools Look Toward Extended Closure by Marla Goldberg Jamate

Opinion: Why Are Our Schools Closed? by William Kaizen

COVID-19
Amherst Regional Public Schools Look Toward Extended Closure by Marla Goldberg Jamate

Opinion: Why Are Our Schools Closed? by William Kaizen

Governor Baker Issues New COVID-19 Restrictions, Advisories

COVID-19 Daily Update by Art and Maura Keene

ELECTION
Opinion: Early Thoughts On The Not-Yet-Concluded Presidential Election And Trump’s Likely Departure by Art Keene

Photo Of The Week: Views From the Count Every Vote Action In Amherst by Shel Horowitz and Toon Fuderich

FEATURES
Dear Reader: Notes On This Issue by Art Keene

Photo Of The Week: Views From the Count Every Vote Action In Amherst by Shel Horowitz and Toon Fuderich

HOUSING
ZBA Approves 28 Affordable Apartments At 132 Northampton Road by Hilda Greenbaum

OPINION
Opinion: Why Are Our Schools Closed? by William Kaizen

Opinion: Early Thoughts On The Not-Yet-Concluded Presidential Election And Trump’s Likely Departure by Art Keene

TOWN GOVERNMENT
Planning Board Approves Plans For Emily Dickinson Musuem. 40R Zoning Discussion Postponed Until November 18 by Maura Keene

ZBA Approves 28 Affordable Apartments At 132 Northampton Road by Hilda Greenbaum

Revived Transportation Advisory Committee Drafts New Charge by Eve Vogel

TRANSPORTATION
Revived Transportation Advisory Committee Drafts New Charge by Eve Vogel


ZONING
Planning Board Approves Plans For Emily Dickinson Musuem. 40R Zoning Discussion Postponed Until November 18 by Maura Keene

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