Greylock Thunder Softball Holds Tryouts for 2020 16U Travel Squad

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ADAMS, Mass. -- The 2020 under-16 Greylock Thunder travel softball team tryouts will be held Sunday, Aug. 25, at Russell Field.
 
Registration and information will be provided from 9 to 10 a.m. with tryouts to follow.
 
Be aware that 2019 Fall Ball will not be a requirement to make the summer team, however we'd be very happy to have you playing Fall Ball as well.
 
Any player wishing to play summer ball in 2020 who will not be playing in the Fall program needs to attend or contact the program and make arrangements as soon as possible.
 
For more information, contact Jeremy Bird at mjbird03@gmail.com or 413-347-1183.
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New Adams Police Chief, Officers Union Contract Announced Wednesday Night

By Jeff SnoonianiBerkshires Correspondent

Officer Josh Baker reads from a portion of the new three-year union contract that was ratified by the Selectmen on Wednesday night.
ADAMS, Mass. — The Board of Selectmen on Wednesday officially introduced new interim Police Chief Troy Bacon in all too common COVID-19 style. 
 
The appointment of a municipality's top law enforcement officer is usually heavily attended by town officials and accompanied by dozens of handshakes. Because of restrictions in place from the worldwide pandemic, this one was carried out with nary an elbow bump. 
 
Bacon will assume the post on Tuesday, July 14, after current Chief Richard Tarsa's retirement becomes official at 11:59 p.m. Monday night. Bacon, 44, recently retired from the Frankfort, Ind., police department after 20 years. He had one of his daughters with him this week for a whirlwind tour of the area before she headed back on a plane to the Midwest.
 
"One thing she said was, 'There's a lot of trees here dad," he answered smiling when asked by Selectman Joseph Nowak about his daughter's first impression of the area. "I told her yes, that's right, that's one of the reasons I applied here. 
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