(Easthampton, MA) — Easthampton’s mayoral candidates have squared off in their second debate of the season. School Committee Chairwoman Nancy Sykes said it’s time for new blood. Longtime Mayoral Aide Karen Cadieux said continuity would serve the city best. Candle maker David Ewing admitted that his corporate experience amounted to managing a Walgreen’s. Candidate Herb Glazier said people should vote for him because he has a sense of humor. The winner will replace longtime mayor Michael Tautznik, who’s not running for reelection.
The major policy shift will end decades of hostile ties with the communist-ruled island.
Restaurant drinkers will soon know how many calories are in their margarita or craft beer.
Congress has limped out of Washington, capping two years of legislating that was overshadowed by partisan clashes.
Officials said demand for the health insurance plans jumped during the final week of 2015 open enrollment.