Fit to Be Tied: North Adams, North Shore Stalemate Again

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LYNN, Mass. -- Jeremy Lea hit his second home run of the season and the North Adams SteepleCats Sunday earned their second tie of the season against North Shore.
 
North Adams, which tied the Navigators, 4-4, in its home opener, tied them, 5-5, in its first trip to Lynn this season.
 
Aidan Wilde went 2-for-5, and Braden Barry and John Marti each doubled in a seven-hit North Adams attack.
 
The SteepleCats used four pitchers on the night. Justin Baeyens struck out two and allowed just two hits and no runs in four innings of work.
 
North Adams (1-2-2) goes to Keene, N.H., on Monday night.
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NA Housing Authority Closes Balconies, Sets Structural Survey

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The North Adams Housing Authority Board of Commissioners voted to close all balconies on its buildings and have a structural survey done.
 
Executive Director Jennifer Hohn asked the commissioners Monday to consider the actions out of an abundance of caution in light of the recent condominium collapse in the state of Florida.
 
"We just want to make sure nothing like that ever happens," Hohn said. "It is just proactive on our part."
 
The study would include Ashland Park (colloquially the "high rise") and Spring Park apartments — the two larger complexes located downtown.
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