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Adams Mourning Loss of Selectman James Bush

Bush, a retired analyst at Specialty Minerals, was overwhelmingly elected to the Board of Selectmen back in 2018 and was vice chairman at the time of his death.

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Adams Cemetery Commission Finds Way for Lefebvre Memorial Bench

The Cemetery Commission agreed Thursday to sell an undocumented non-lot in section R that abuts Lefebvre's grave to accommodate a stone memorial bench.

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Taconic Rain Garden Dedicated to Late Maxymillian Employee

A rain garden at the new Taconic High School is being dedicated in memory of one of the workers who helped build it.

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Memorial Statue Unveiled at North Adams Library

The city native was memorialized on Thursday with the unveiling of a bronze statue of two children reading a book set by the East Main Street entrance of the North Adams Public Library where she began her long career as a librarian.

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Pittsfield Honors Peace Officers Memorial Day

Since 1791 some 23,721 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty in America, according to Police Chief Michael Wynn. Five of those were killed in Pittsfield - Capt. Michael Leonard, in 1898; Jailer James Fuller, 1901; Secret Service Operative William Craig, 1902; Officer Leo Sullivan, 1956; and Officer Timothy Shepard, 1988. In honor of National Police Week, the Pittsfield Police Department took time on Wednesday in remembrance of those five, officers throughout the nation, and

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BCC Remembers Beloved Dean, Charlie Kaminski

Thomas Tyning described his late friend Charles Kaminski as a "six-foot-two Paddington bear," with a cavernous voice that seemed to emanate from the depths of his heart and yet the kind of quality that put people at ease." Kaminski - known as Chuck to some, Charlie to others - loved nature, cooking, and music. He never seemed stressed and was loved by many from across the state.

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Anthony Sculptor Wants Commemorative Statue to Educate, Inspire

Hanlon was at Town Hall on Thursday morning to discuss the project at the invitation of Suffrage Centennial Celebration Committee, which has commissioned him to create the statue slated for the Town Common.

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