Alert for print subscribers of the Daily Hampshire Gazette: after Oct. 7, the Amherst Bulletin will no longer be delivered to your home with the Gazette. If you wish to continue receiving the Amherst Bulletin, call 413-584-5000 and tell the Circulation Department you want the Bulletin mailed to you. We don’t believe there will be a charge for this.
In addition, the Bulletin will still be delivered in bulk to several locations around town: Sawicki Real Estate (24 Dickinson St.), the Jones Library, Jones Group Realtor (200 Triangle St.), Visitors Information Center (35 S. Pleasant St.), A.J. Hastings, and the Inn on Boltwood. In Hadley, the paper will be available at the Hampshire Mall, Stop & Shop, and Liquors 44, and several hotels and motels.
We expect that the Bulletin will be carrying election-related letters, columns, and other information, so encourage readers not to miss October issues.
One thought on “Editors’ Note #10: Amherst Bulletin alert”
We get the digital version of gazette and bulletin in the mail. The woman in circulation didn’t know if we had to tell them we still want the bulletin mailed to us or not. It’s probably just people getting the paper version of the gazette. Jeff
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