Amherst Local Business
Local business in Amherst, MA
Wednesday Jan 21 | via The Hartford Courant
Located in Hartford and New Haven, JoJo's boasts that their coffee is so fresh "we slap it!" Roasting their own brews on site, the coffeehouse is a great spot to meet friends, dive into a new read or enjoy their free WiFi. Located in Hartford and New Haven, JoJo's boasts that their coffee is so fresh "we slap it!" Roasting their own brews on site, the coffeehouse is a great spot to meet friends, dive into a new read or enjoy their free WiFi. Comment?
Sunday Jan 18 | via PRWeb
"While there has been some progress socially and economically for relatively few black people, the larger masses of black people have seen little or no progress," says Ronald C. Smith , an educator who dares to fight discrimination and advocate for equality in America. With his new book, he outlines " What Black Americans Must Do Now " in order to transcend the injustices of society and attain a better future. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 13 | via Sentinel & Enterprise
Online retailer Amazon has reached a deal with the University of Massachusetts to supply textbooks to students at the Amherst campus, saving them hundreds of dollars per year. Under the deal announced Tuesday, the bricks-and-mortar on-campus bookstore will be replaced by an Amazon.com virtual bookstore that will allow students to but new, used and digital textbooks. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 13 | via CBS Local
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Tuesday Jan 13 | via University of Massachusetts Amherst
The University of Massachusetts Amherst has contracted with Amazon.com to replace its traditional on-campus textbook store with a virtual bookstore expected to save students about 30 percent compared with current prices on course materials and provide free, one-day shipping to campus and nearby communities. This will be Amazon's first online university store in the Northeast and its third nationwide, with potential annual savings of $380 per student. Comment?
Friday Jan 9 | via MassLive.com
In November, President Barack Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration that would allow nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation. The agency, which also has offices in Northampton, Greenfield and Amherst, is holding workshops Jan. 15 here and Jan. 26 in Turners Falls. Comment?
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