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North Adams Council Gives More Time to File Meeting Minutes
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The City Council is giving boards and commissions more time to file meeting minutes.   Councilors spent some time Monday debating whether to amend an ordinance passed five years ago that required boards to provide meeting minutes within two weeks before passing it to a second reading 7-2 with Councilors
Weekend Outlook: Beach Parties, Movie Nights, and More
This warm cloudy weekend is offering an array of activities this weekend from museum activities, movie nights, and parties.    Eagle Street Beach Party & Fiesta Eagle Street, North Adams Saturday, July 16   The Eagle Street Beach Party returns on Saturday, July 16, after a two-year hiatus.
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SteepleCats Split Home Double-Header
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- The North Adams SteepleCats Tuesday scored 10 runs in a win and allowed 11 runs in a loss in a split with the Newport Gulls.   In the opener, the SteepleCats used just seven hits in a 10-7 win.   Ryan Galanie went 2-for-4 with three RBIs, and Hunter Pasqualini and Tommy DiTullio each drove in a
Mayor Tells North Adams Council to Expect 'Decent' Budget Reserves
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The City Council on Tuesday approved the transfer of $241,699 from the fiscal 2021 free cash account to stabilization and a half-million in transfers to close out fiscal 2022.   "We ended up in a good place, more to be reported on that as the numbers come rolling in," said Mayor Jennifer
North Adams Panel Rejects Conduct Ordinance Draft
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The General Government Committee won't recommend a draft proposal on codes of conduct for officials but encouraged committee member Ashley Shade to continue researching the issue.    Shade had proposed guidelines for professional conduct shortly after taking a seat this year on the City Council
Potential for T-Storms on Tuesday
Tuesday's hot, muggy weather brings with it the potential for severe thunderstorms across the region.    The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook until 8 p.m. on Tuesday. The Albany, N.Y., office says there is a "slight" risk for T-storms across most of eastern New York and Western
Prepare Yourself for a Long Retirement
We all want to live long lives. We all expect to live long lives. But are we financially prepared for this longevity? Before we get to the issue of preparation, let’s look at a couple of interesting findings from a 2022 survey by Age Wave and Edward Jones: The surveyed retirees said, on average, they expect to live to 89, and
North Adams Popups Feature Upcycled & Handwoven Textiles
Weaver Megan Karlen, left, next to one of her creations, talks about the focus of the two shops at Friday's celebration with Sarah DeFusco of WallaSauce. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Two new businesses on Main Street offer two versions of textile making — creating whole cloth and re-imagining already made clothing and
Blue Sox Blow Out SteepleCats
HOLYOKE, Mass. -- Jevon Mason went 4-for5 with a double and four RBIs Monday to lead the Valley Blue Sox to a 14-3 win over the North Adams SteepleCats.   Jared Kuryan went six innings on the mound to earn the win.   Vincent Bianchina had a pair of hits for North Adams, which had nine hits and left 10 men on
ACS Swat 10-Year-Olds Down Greylock Thunder
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. – Alexyss Gancarz and Kylee Mazza each homered Monday to lead the Adams-Cheshire-Savoy Swat to a 23-7 win over the Greylock Thunder in the 10-and-Under Division of the Berkshire County Fastpitch Softball League.   Tenley Biros, Olivia Archambeault and Gancarz combined to strike out 14 in the five-inning win
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