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Police have reportedly been at the scene since about 10 Thursday night, focused on the building at 1 East Hoosac St.
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Police Investigating Suspicious Death in Adams

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ADAMS, Mass. — Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating a suspicious death in the town of Adams.
 
The State Police Detective Unit assigned to the Berkshire District Attorney's Office, Adams Police, North Adams Police, the Berkshire County Sheriff's Office have been on scene at 1 East Hoosac Street investigating a "suspicious death."
 
According to a statement released by the District Attorney's office Friday afternoon, the early evidence suggests that the death appears to be an isolated incident.
 
Friday afternoon, the Adams Police Department made a post on social media notifying residents of the investigation.
 
"Please expect a large law enforcement presence in this area throughout the day and we respectfully request that people avoid the area if possible to allow the completion of the investigation. "
 
Police have reportedly been at the scene since about 10 Thursday night, focused on the building at 1 East Hoosac St.
 
Authorities ask that anyone who may have information about the incident contact the Adams Police Department at 413-743-1212.
 
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will perform an autopsy in the coming days to determine the manner and cause of the death and confirm the identity of the deceased.
 
The Berkshire District Attorney's Office is not releasing any further details at this time because the investigation is very active and ongoing.
 
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Adams Plans Late June Susan B. Anthony Dedication

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
ADAMS, Mass. — The town is planning for a late June celebration to unveil the Susan B. Anthony statue and the renovated town common.
 
"We want the town common be presentable and we want to be able to invite elected officials so we can do right by the statute and do right by the town common," Town Administrator Jay Green said Wednesday at the Selectmen's regular meeting.
 
Over the past few years, the Adams Suffrage Centennial Celebration Committee (ASCCC) had been working toward a yearlong celebration in 2020 to mark the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment and the 200th birthday of Susan B. Anthony, who was born in Adams.
 
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