St. Stan's Honor Roll

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ADAMS, Mass. — St. Stanislaus Kostka School Quarter 3 Honor Roll.
 

8th Grade

High Honors (93+)
Gabrielle Driscoll
 
Honors (85-92.9)
Lillyonna Crawford
Timothy Kupiec
Abbey Little
Andrew Meaney
Grace Perreault
Natalie Tatro
Aidan Tremblay
 

7th Grade

High Honors (93+)
Elise Daly
Avah DeBenedetto
Danielle King
Brandon Sinopoli
 
Honors (85-92.9)
Hayden Barrett
Benjamin Harris
Mark Kruzel
 

6th Grade

High Honors (93+)
Claire McGrath
Abigail Meaney
 
Honors (85-92.9)
Anthony Trzcinski

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Adams Receives $2.9M for Greylock Glen Water Infrastructure

By Brian RhodesiBerkshires Staff

ADAMS, Mass. — The town is receiving $2.9 million in federal funds to support water infrastructure for the Greylock Glen Outdoor Center. 

"This essentially almost funds, let's say 99 percent, of all the funds that we need to finally build out what the master vision is of the glen," said Town Administrator Jay Green at Wednesday's Board of Selectmen meeting. 
 
The money will specifically be used for the potable drinking water system at the glen, with construction for the project expected to begin sometime in late June. Green congratulated special projects coordinator and former Community Development Director Donna Cesan, who has been working on the project since it began well more than a decade ago. 
 
"Essentially, we can breathe a little easier knowing that we have the money to finally complete the infrastructure work up there. ... We're attempting to arrange to have Congressman [Richard] Neal and the governor here. In order to do that, we're thinking right now that they can synch their schedules up for some time in July," he said. 
 
The town is the developer for the 54-acre glen, part of the Mount Greylock State Reservation, and the state has committed $7.3 million to the construction of the outdoor center. 
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