Lanesborough Youth Football Program Registering for Fall Season

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LANESBOROUGH, Mass. -- Lanesborough Tigers youth football registration is open for the 2019 fall season for boys and girls ages 7 through 13 (as of Aug. 31).
 
The cost is $35 per player, which includes all equipment other than cleats.
 
Practices start in August, and the season lasts through October. The team practices on Laston Field in Lanesborough, and games are on Sundays beginning in September.
 
The team offers teams in three age groups: pee-wees (ages 7 to 9), juniors (10-11) and seniors (12 to 13).
 
Players from all surrounding towns are welcome to sign up.
 
The team is committed to helping children learn football and life lessons such as sportsmanship, hard work and determination.
 
For information, contact Ed Ferris (413-212-9729, edferris2316@gmail.com) or Jason Pause (413-281-1696, jason.pause@gmail.com).
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Lanesborough Selectmen in Talks to Buy New Gravel Bed

By Andy McKeeveriBerkshires Staff

Highway Director William Decelles is honored for 35 years of service.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The town is considering buying a new gravel bed on Ore Bed Road.
 
Town officials have been in talks with Dennis Condron about purchasing a piece of property across from the town's landfill.
 
Selectman Henry "Hank" Sayers said the property has about 50,000 yards of gravel in the lot while the town's current landfill is nearly empty. 
 
Selectmen did not disclose the price, saying it changes while in talks with Condron, but the purchase hits on multiple fronts — it saves the town from having to purchase as much gravel for roads, it prevents someone from buying and building on the land that  has potential for contamination, and eventually can be turned into a small park or walking trails.
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