Rural town of 15-square miles in area located on the Connecticut River in Franklin County. The fewer than 1600 inhabitants live mostly in single-family homes. Gill is the home of Northfield Mount Hermon School, a coeducational college preparatory school previously known as the Mount Hermon School for Boys.

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AJ Cycle
BMW and Moto Guzzi dealer, selling new and used motorcycles, parts, and motorcycling books and magazines. Includes product lists and contact information.
Commonwealth Communities - Gill Massachusetts
Information about Gill from state agencies.
Geri Johnson and Associates Realtors
Agency offers home listings and contact information.
The Gill Tavern
Serves American fare and pizza. Includes a menu.
The Giving Tree School
Preschool for children from ages 2.9 through 5 years. Includes a profile and rate information.
Green River Honda
Sells new and used motorcycles, ATVs, pellet stoves, and yard equipment. Includes products and parts lists.
Hickory Hill Kennel
Pet vacation boarding. Includes rates, descriptions of boarding facilities, and information about grooming services.
Laughing Dog Farm
Includes information about their CSA as well as tips for beginning farmers.
Renaissance Builders
Residential and commercial contractor. Includes a list of services, pictures, and a company profile.
Songline Farm
Sells emu oil and meat. Contains information about the birds and their products, along with online ordering.
Starstruck Design
Offers marketing services, including print, web, and event design. Includes descriptions of services, samples of work, and staff profiles.
Town of Gill Massachusetts
Official town government site. Includes information about committees and boards, along with town forms and a meeting calendar.
Upinngil
Farm and store offering milk, cheese, berries, and field crops. Includes a crop list, information about their CSA, and an event list.
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