Letter: Vote for Bernard

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To the Editor:

The momentum and excitement in the Northern Berkshires, specifically North Adams, is presently at an all-time high. Not only are people discovering the hidden gem that North Adams is, but they are moving and investing here.

Over the last couple of years, we have witnessed some exciting new developments that have brought businesses, jobs and new life to the city. The best part is there is, so much more to come. With that being said, I ask the residents of North Adams to support Mayor Thomas Bernard as he runs for his second term in office. Mayor Bernard has been a champion for all of the new growth and forward moving developments that are under way in North Adams.

I have had the pleasure to engage with him on some recent projects for North Adams and the support and excitement he brings to the table is impressive. Let's keep North Adams moving in the right direction. On Tuesday, Nov. 5, vote Thomas Bernard for mayor of North Adams.

David Moresi
Williamstown, Mass.

Moresi is real estate developer who owns a number of commercial and residential buildings in North Adams. 

 

 


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Drury High's Class of 2020 Takes a Second Bow

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

The ceremony at Joe Wolfe Field gives graduates a chance to sharein their achievements. See more photos here.  
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Drury High School had something of a do-over on Friday night as graduates and family members gathered at Joe Wolfe Field to have a second celebration. 
 
The class of 2020's saying is "Time 2 Make History," something this class has certainly done already: the first Drury class go fully online for learning, to have a drive-by graduation, and to have two graduations. 
 
The novel coronavirus pandemic had closed schools in March and forced some innovate forms of commencement and graduation, with many opting to go virtual or use a parade of cars to safely deposit the graduates and their families for a diploma pickup and photo.
 
Mayor Thomas Bernard had pledged there would be a time when the graduates could stand together, even if it was late in the summer. The first attempt on Wednesday was postponed because of rain forecast. But the time was definitely right this week, especially since the governor earlier on Friday lowered the attendance for outdoor gatherings from 100 to 50 because of recurring hotspots of COVID-19. 
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