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Berkshire Volunteers Honored For Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts
"We've seen them so much that we're part of the community." — Al Peckham

Hancock Farm Restoring Barn After Collapse
"The farm's been in the family for hundreds of years. I didn't want to see it go away." — John Quimby

Clarksburg Bridge Project Needs Finishing Touches


Adams Hurricane Fundraisers Deliver 25K Pounds of Goods
"They couldn't believe that the Northern Berkshires would do that for them." — Wayne Piaggi

Adams Group Collecting Donations for Superstorm Sandy Victims
"All my friends, they lost everything. The beachfront where I was raised, it's gone, all gone." — Lois Putnam of Ashfield

Lanesborough Firefighters Take 4 Trailers of Donations to New York
"A lot of people wanted to donate but they didn't know how." — Glen Storie

Adams Truck Driver Offering To Drive Donations To New Jersey
"It's sickening how devastating it is down there." — Wayne Piaggi

Pittsfield Has Minimal Sandy Damage; Praises Communications
"This was a good exercise in collaborative effort." — Sheriff Thomas Bowler

Williamstown Cleans Up After Hurricane Sandy
Department of Public Works crews also were dealing with a number of smaller closures the day after the edge of the storm blew through Northern Berkshire County.

Berkshires Survives Hurricane Sandy With Little Damage
"I don't think you can overprepare for any event." — Mayor Richard Alcombright

Williamstown Taking Proactive Steps With Sandy
"They've met with residents three times in four days. We didn't have that last time. We were caught unprepared." — Marilynn Kirby   1 Comment

Clarksburg Declares State of Emergency for Sandy
WHEREAS, a sudden, generally unexpected occurrence or set of circumstances demanding immediate public action has arisen.

North Adams Lists Preparations for Hurricane Sandy
"Please report any damage to the numbers above, stay well away from any downed power lines and stay indoors throughout the duration of this storm." — Mayor Richard Alcombright

Hurricane Sandy Prompts School, Town Office Closures
"If you don't have to be somewhere, stay home." — North Adams Health Inspector Manuel Serrano

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