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ELECTION RESULTS

2011 General Election:
Mayor

Richard A. Alcombright
Total 2,333

Ward 1  470
Ward 2  494
Ward 3  331
Ward 4  591
Ward 5  447

Ronald A. Boucher
Total 1,377

Ward 1  281
Ward 2  290
Ward 3  204
Ward 4  371
Ward 5  231
       

These results were updated on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the city clerk's office.
City Council: Top nine vote-getters seated

Lisa M. Blackmer
Total 1944

Ward 1 403
Ward 2 422
Ward 3 278
Ward 4 486
Ward 5 355
John Barrett III
Total 2025

Ward 1 417
Ward 2 428
Ward 3 293
Ward 4 522
Ward 5 365

Michael Hernandez
Total 679

Ward 1  129
Ward 2  152
Ward 3  113
Ward 4  153
Ward 5  132


Michael C. Bloom
Total 1953

Ward 1  406
Ward 2  437
Ward 3  274
Ward 4  471
Ward 5  365

Eric K. Buddington
Total 805

Ward 1  147
Ward 2  176
Ward 3  136
Ward 4  197
Ward 5  149

Jennifer Breen Kirsch
Total 1695

Ward 1  363
Ward 2  383
Ward 3  240
Ward 4  415
Ward 5  294


Keith J. Bona
Total 2099

Ward 1  425
Ward 2  462
Ward 3  291
Ward 4  532
Ward 5  389

Nancy Bullett
Total 2132

Ward 1  434
Ward 2  442
Ward 3  287
Ward 4  584
Ward 5  385

Gregory B. Roach
Total 1179

Ward 1  222
Ward 2  282
Ward 3  175
Ward 4  306
Ward 5  194


David A. Bond
Total 2210

Ward 1 442
Ward 2  510
Ward 3  316
Ward 4  547
Ward 5  395

Robert F. Cardimino
Total 1088

Ward 1  219
Ward 2  246
Ward 3  172
Ward 4  253
Ward 5  198

Gail Sellers
Total 1365

Ward 1  284
Ward 2  307
Ward 3  212
Ward 4  330
Ward 5  232


Marie Harpin
Total 2150

Ward 1  437
Ward 2  458
Ward 3  308
Ward 4  536
Ward 5  411

Catherine Chaput
Total 605

Ward 1  129
Ward 2  130
Ward 3  96
Ward 4  147
Ward 5  103

James B. Gyurasz
Total 271

Ward 1  31
Ward 2  52
Ward 3  32
Ward 4  65
Ward 5  91


Alan L. Marden
Total 2178

Ward 1  433
Ward 2  464
Ward 3  296
Ward 4  592
Ward 5  393
Diane Gallese-Parsons
Total 1435

Ward 1  283
Ward 2 309
Ward 3  210
Ward 4  369
Ward 5  264

Kellie A. Morrison
Total 369

Ward 1  61
Ward 2  69
Ward 3  50
Ward 4  117
Ward 5  72
The candidates are listed as they appear on the ballot except Gyurasz & Morrison, who are not running for office.

School Committee (3)
Ward 1 Ward 2 Ward 3 Ward 4 Ward 5 Total
Mary Lou Accetta  521  526  336  597  486  2,466
Lawrence K. Taft  401  439  288  549  405  2,082
Leonard M. Giroux Jr.  124  190  97  160  128  699
Tara J. Jacobs  179  204  136  204  160  883
David A. Lamarre  408  416  253  517  329  1,923

McCann School Committee George Canales      

2011 Preliminary Mayoral Election - Tuesday, Sept. 27




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State Education Board Approves Push for In-School Learning

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

DESE Commissioner Jeffrey Riley explains the reasoning for getting students back in classrooms and off remote learning. 
BOSTON — Schools across the state are being ordered to resume in-classroom instruction as soon as possible, beginning with elementary grades on April 5. 
 
The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted 8-3 on Friday afternoon to accord DESE Commissioner Jeffrey Riley authority to change requirements for learning time that would not include remote learning.
 
Families would still have the ability to remain remote for the rest of this school year and some schools may be able to get waivers, but the state would have the ability to hold back Chapter 70 education funds for schools out of compliance. 
 
The vote followed hours of testimony from medical professionals, educators and parents that veered from strongly encouraging the return to school as an important to students' health, well-being and educational needs to cautions that many schools did not have the ability to provide adequate spacing or COVID-19 precautions and calls for school employees to be vaccinated prior to any return. 
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