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Evidence of landscape work under way in the bus loop in front of the new academic wing, at rear, was visible on the Mount Greylock campus on Friday.

Mount Greylock Offices Relocated for Summer

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School District on Monday closed the campus of the middle-high school to the public until some time in August as it wraps up the addition/renovation project.
 
With the snow-delayed end of the school year finally arriving, the district has turned the grounds over to Turner Construction and its subcontractors, who will begin demolishing the 1960s-era academic wings, redoing the parking lot and putting the finishing touches on the three-story addition where students will begin class in September.
 
All of the district's and middle-high school's offices have been temporarily relocated off campus according to a note posted on the district's website.
 
The superintendent's office, office of pupil personnel services, business office and principal's office have been relocated to Williamstown Elementary School and will be open for business on Tuesday, the website states.
 
Mount Greylock office staff working during the summer break can be reached at 413-458-2356.

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Completion of Lafayette Trail Celebrated in Hancock

By Andy McKeeveriBerkshires Staff

Hancock officials celebrate the designation recognizing the role the town had in history.
HANCOCK, Mass. — During the American Revolution, famed French general the Marquis de Lafayette played a significant role as an ally of the rebellious colonies.
 
So much so that President James Monroe invited him on a farewell tour of the nation in 1824, celebrating the country's 50th birthday.
 
Lafayette traveled all 24 of the United States, including going directly across the Berkshires on his way to Boston.
 
Now, the Berkshires have recognized his contributions by designating the trail he took from Hancock to Hinsdale on his way back Boston with an official designation as the Lafayette Trail.
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