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Koperniak Earns NESCAC Player of the Week

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HARTFORD, Conn. - Trinity College junior Matt Koperniak has been named New England Small College Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Week thanks to strong performances last week.
 
The Hoosac Valley graduate went 10-for-16 with a .625 average at the plate for the Bantams. He posted a .684 on base percentage and .875 slugging percentage in four wins for Trinity.
 
Koperniak scored four times, drove in three runs and stole six bases. He had multiple hits in all four games including a pair of three-hit performances.
 
He clubbed a solo homer in a 3-2 win over Williams and added a double against Colby on Saturday.
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Solid Waste District Considers Accepting North Adams

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
ADAMS, Mass. — Northern Berkshire Solid Waste Management has entered into conversations with North Adams about rejoining the district.
 
Williamstown representative Tim Kaiser told the commission Thursday that he and program director Linda Cernik have met with city officials about re-entering the district.
 
"At the request of the city we had a meeting ... and they are interested in rejoining the district," Kaiser said. "They expressed that they have the capability of running pretty much all of their operations now but they are weak in areas that they feel we are strong in."
 
Kaiser said the city is specifically interested in the coordinated events, outreach, and educational opportunities the district offers. The waste district had come up at a city Public Services Committee meeting in May about composting and education. He did not see a downside at this point and noted that if North Adams were to join, it would become the district's largest member.
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