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  • North Adams Looks at Shorter Bike Trail Project
    NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The city is still hoping to hook up to the planned bike path that will run through Williamstown, albeit in a truncated fashion. "What we're kind of doing here is replacing the whole idea of designing a portion of the bike path from the Spruces to MoCA," Mayor Richard Alcombright told […]
  • Cheshire Historical Commission Wants to Save Masonic Lodge
    CHESHIRE, Mass. — The Historical Commission is hoping the town can save the Masonic Lodge on Church Street.   "We are kind of the advocates for old in Cheshire and we wanted to be advocates for the Masonic Hall," commission member Diane Hitter told the Selectmen on Tuesday. "It is an absolute treasure in this […]
  • Town Officials Tour Adams-Cheshire Schools
    An average class size in the old section of Cheshire is 700 square feet. CHESHIRE, Mass. — Last week offered an opportunity for residents to tour the two elementary schools in the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District. With the district pondering the likelihood of closing one of the schools, their condition, size and maintenance costs are […]
  • Berkshire Scenic Releases Strong Ridership Numbers For Inaugural Year
    The railway is a volunteer-run organization that offers rides through the summer and fall in North Adams. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Some 9,600 passengers rode the rails between North Adams and Adams during the Hoosac Valley Service's freshman year. The 8-mile ride from the city to Renfrew and back in a restored 1955 Budd car […]

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