Deadline Friday to Register for Williamstown Town Meeting

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The deadline to register for the Aug. 18 annual town meeting is Friday, Aug. 7.
 
Voter registration forms are available in the front of Town Hall in a clear display box and on the secretary of state's website, www.sec.state.ma.us/.
 
Unregistered voters interested in participating in the meeting must deposit the completed forms in the mail slot directly to the right of the front door of Town Hall no later than 8 p.m. Friday. Mail-in voter registration forms must be postmarked no later than Aug. 7.
 
The annual town meeting will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 18, (rain date of Aug. 19), at 7 p.m. at Farley-Lamb Field (Weston Field Athletic Complex) on Latham Street. Town meeting members should arrive by 6 p.m. to allow ample time for check-in and seating.

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Williamstown Historical Museum Hosts 'Baseball in the Berkshires' Exhibit

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff

An image of Ulysses Franklin 'Frank' Grant looks down on the Baseball in the Berkshires exhibit. The Hall of Famer was celebrated with a plaque in his hometown of Williamstown in 2006. Right, 2006 sports page from the former North Adams Transcript celebrates Grant's legacy and the connection between the Clark Art Institute and the Baseball Hall of Fame. The event included Williams alum and former Baseball Commissioner Fay Vincent.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Baseball in the Berkshires roadshow rolls into Williamstown starting Saturday with a summer exhibit exploring the town's impact on America's pastime and vice versa.
 
Now in its seventh year, Baseball in the Berkshires has established itself as a repository for facts and artifacts that shine a bright light on the region's baseball roots.
 
Since its beginnings in the barn at Herman Melville's Arrowhead in Pittsfield, the exhibit has called Lanesborough, Lee, Lenox, North Adams, Stockbridge and Dalton home.
 
This summer, it plans high-profile public displays of baseball imagery in North Adams and Pittsfield along with a summer "residency" at the Williamstown Historical Museum that opens to the public on Saturday morning.
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