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    2. Saying Boston gets whatever it wants, WMass business leaders blast MassDOT's 'disrespect' of Greater Springfield politicians who want Interstate 91 viaduct buried

      Saying Boston gets whatever it wants, WMass business leaders blast MassDOT's 'disrespect' of Greater Springfield politicians who want Interstate 91 viaduct buried
      ..., the former mayor of Agawam, William Reichelt of West Springfield, Alex Morse of Holyoke, David Narkewicz of Northampton, William Martin of Greenfield and Brian Sullivan of Westfield. "What DOT proposes not only ignores...
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  2. About Northampton

    Northampton

    Northampton is a city in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 28,978 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Hampshire County. It is nicknamed The Paradise City.  Northampton is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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    1. We've really grown with Springfield, and we have the branch offices in Westfield and in Northampton and Amherst now.
      In STCC honors 6 businesses with induction into Western Massachusetts Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame
    2. The reason it's still important is that Northampton is getting to be an increasingly challenging place to live for working people.
      In Northampton City Council to vote on "living wage" resolution
    3. As working folks continue to move away from Northampton, it's going to define the character of the city in the next couple of decades.
      In Northampton City Council to vote on "living wage" resolution