|TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY|
|Adams Roundabout Gets Endorsement at Public Hearing
"It's going to be your roundabout so we're going to make it the way you like it." — Tom Currier 12 Comments
Adams Voters To Make Decision On Charles Street Bridge
"I think that because of amount of the expenditure, we should let town meeting decide." — Jonathan Butler.
Mohawk Trail Reconstruction Named 'Project of the Year'
"In just six weeks, MassDOT had designed all the repairs and contractors were working to stabilize and repair slopes, retaining walls and gabion walls." — Richard A. Davey 2 Comments
North Adams Bridge Being Resurfaced Ahead of Schedule
"This thing is in pretty poor shape." — Mayor Richard Alcombright 2 Comments
Clarksburg Bridge Should Reopen This Fall
The Selectmen on Wednesday morning awarded the contract to J.H. Maxymillian of Pittsfield to replace the collapsing structure.
Clarksburg Considers Costs of Public Health Coverage
"This is way above the scope of what [Chairman] Greg [Vigna] and I can do. We're not medical people." — Paula Wells
Dalton Paving Project Will Cause Delays, Detours
Police Officers will be on hand to assist with traffic; however, there will be excessive delays.
Pittsfield Planning $4.8M In Street Paving Over 2 Years
"We have a street priority list and have already identified areas for next year." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
Berkshire County Getting $8M In Chapter 90 Funds
Berkshire County will get $8 million total, with its two cities getting the most. Pittsfield will receive $1.4 million and North Adams, $452,676.
North Adams Walmart Roadwork Beginning In July
This will cause major traffic delays on weekdays between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
State Gets $44.8M in Federal Funds for Disaster Repairs
"Communities from coast to coast are still recovering from disasters that have affected the roads they use, their homes and businesses." — U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood 1 Comment
County Approved For Reimbursement For Irene Repairs
The Federal Highway Administration released a total of $4.65 million for emergency repairs to roads caused by the August tropical storm.
Hurricane-Damaged Route 2 Reopens to Traffic
"This is what government does best." — MassDOT Secretary Richard A. Davey 5 Comments
North Adams OKs $2.2M for Hurricane Reconstruction
The city is responsible for some $540,000, or 25 percent, while federal and state agencies are carrying the balance. 12 Comments
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