Gabriel Abbott Announces Second Trimester Honor Roll

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FLORIDA, Mass. — Gabriel Abbott Memorial School has announced its honor roll for the second trimester of the 2018-19 school year.

Grade Four

Honors: Meredith Desormeaux, Hunter Poirot, Lael Pavlak, Julia Vareschi   

Grade Five

High honors: Landon LeClair, Ryleigh Rathbun

Honors: Logan Irace, Emerson Lane

Merits: Dylan Bourdon

Grade Six

High honors: Connor Poirot

Honors: Lillian Bean, Hailei McLain, Devin Rougeau, Emma Vareschi

Grade Seven

High honors: Sara King, Svea Lawson



Honors: Chloe Boulger, Madison Rathbun

Merits: Katelyn Lavariere

Grade Eight

High honors: Troy Wnuk

Honors: Joseph Vareshi  

 


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Pittsfield at-Large City Councilor Candidates Answer Questions

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Candidate for the four a-large City Council seats participated in a forum Monday at Berkshire Community College as they made a push for votes before election day.
 
Seven candidates fielded questions at a forum hosted by BCC, in partnership with the Pittsfield Gazette and Pittsfield Community Television, which recorded the forum. The moderator was Shawn Serre, executive director of PCTV.
 
After some opening statements, the candidates were asked to pick a number that prompted a question. After three candidates answered the question the next candidate in line chose a new number. At the end of the session, candidates were given two minutes to answer questions they did not get or to expand on the answers they gave.
 
One of the first questions brought forward was about Mayor Linda Tyer's proposed home improvement plan that would have allowed qualified residents to apply for money from the Pittsfield Economic Development Fund to make small improvements to their homes.
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