|TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
|Dalton CRA Registering for Fall Sports
All participants must have a current CRA/DYC Youth Membership ($40) and pay league fees.
Images Cinema Launches a 'LEGO Drive' to Benefit UNO Community Center
Leading up to the screenings of "A LEGO Brickumentary," Images Cinema will hold a “LEGO Drive.” LEGOs cannot be recycled, but they can be reused and re-enjoyed for generations.
YMCA's Hoosac Tunnel Soccer League to Start Sept. 5
This eight-week program is designed to be instructional in nature.
Mount Greylock School Committee to Pick Project at Thursday Meeting
The School Committee has the final say on which — if any — option goes to the MSBA and moves on to the schematic design phase of development.
The Classical Beat: Don't Miss Tanglewood, Tannery Pond
Add to this the all-day spectacular audience favorite "Tanglewood on Parade," and you can expect another week of large-scale, not-to-be-missed stellar performances.
Adams Community Bank Employees Begin Fundraising for Walk to End Alzheimer's
The cost is $40 and includes a generous donation to the Alzheimer’s Association, two hours of painting, all supplies and appetizers.
Tony's, Teddy's Win in Giorgi League
Tony's Electric and Teddy's Pizza earned wins in the women's division of the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League on Wednesday.
Adams Aggie Fair Returns For 41st Year
The small animal barn, large animal barn, exhibit hall and pavilion are open all weekend with lots of food and exhibits plus rides on the grounds.
North Adams Happenings: July 29-Aug. 4
Adams Terror Suspect Ciccolo Denies Weapons, Assault Charges
To both charges, Ciccolo answered, "Not guilty."
North Adams Historic Survey Focusing on Mills, Churches
"Ones that have [forms] are updated so they're part of a package if somebody buys them they have the history of it." — Justyna Carlson
SteepleCats Win, Take Over Fourth Place
The North Adams SteepleCats beat Laconia on Tuesday night.
Westfield Ends Pittsfield 14-Year-Olds' Run in Regionals
The Pittsfield Babe Ruth 14-year-old All-Stars dropped a 4-3 decision for their second loss in the New England Regionals on Tuesday.
White Label Agency Hires Several New Staff Members
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North Adams Happenings: July 30
Village Ambulance to Host Free CPR Workshops
All participants will receive a course completion card from Village Ambulance Service and the American Heart Association.
Dr. Veeranna Joins Cardiology Services at BMC
Dr. Veeranna is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease and completed his residency at Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center.
Mayoral Candidate Tyer Targets Anti-blight Ordinances
"This has a community pride component to it. This has a property values component. It effects crime and public health." — Linda Tyer
Lanesborough's Water Line Project Trending On Budget
"We're still under the original amount." — William Decelles
Wellington, Roberson Lead Teams to Giorgi League Wins
Central Radio and Moonlight Diner picked up wins in the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League on Monday.
Pittsfield to Hold Babe Ruth, Little League Fall Ball Signups
Registrations for Pittsfield's fall baseball programs will be held this weekend.
North Adams Considering 'Adopt an Island' Beautification Plan
"I still think it might be a great demonstration project for all these different islands in the city." — Mayor Richard Alcombright 1 Comment
Williamstown Board Asked to Restrict Parking on Lee Terrace
"We're concerned about having to avoid a [motor vehicle] accident and instead hitting a child on the street." — Howard Carter
Gilbane Awarded Contract For New Taconic High School
"They came in with a budget that fits the School Building Needs Commission." — Kathleen Amuso.
Adams Lions Spreading Word on Activities, Vision Care
"All this is going on and we're trying to bring this out to the public about what we're doing." — Richard Laing