Town officials agree that the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District must close a school — and that it shouldn't be C.T. Plunkett Elementary.
That consensus came during last week's review of the school budget during the third of four nights of fiscal 2017 budgetary review by the Selectmen and Finance Committee. Wednesday's review focused on Adams-Cheshire and McCann Technichal School that together make 39 percent of the entire $14.5 million spending plan for 2017.
The Adams Police Department presented the town with a life-size wooden statue of the town's K-9, Kumar, in a special case.
Police Chief Richard Tarsa, Officer Travis Cunningham, and K-9 Officer Curtis Crane brought the hand-carved and painted statue made by Berkshire Carousel to Wednesday's Selectmen's meeting.
McCann Technical School's SkillsUSA Chapter President Lauren DeRose and members Claire Klammer and Alexx Langlois explained their contributions to the non-profit Family Life Support Center in Adams.
School Committee member Gary Rivers said through the donations, repair work, and kindness of the McCann students, they were able to make the Louison House a "home" for the holidays.