(Jack Guerino/ North Adams Transcript)
Artery Lounge's liquor license suspended for 60 days after stabbing
Wednesday June 19, 2013 NORTH ADAMS -- The city's Licensing Commission came forward with stiff penalties against the Artery Lounge on Tuesday after a stabbing Saturday morning outside the establishment left one victim with eight knife wounds and two others with lacerations.
The board ordered the bar's liquor license be suspended for 60 days and that afterward, its hours be Full Story
(Phil Demers/North Adams Transcript)
Adams Town Meeting passes $13.7 million budget
Wednesday June 19, 2013 ADAMS -- A $13,744,336 fiscal 2014 budget was approved by 110 Town Meeting members amid lively discussion on town policy and more Monday.
Adams' 236th annual town meeting was dedicated, with lengthy applause, to the late Joseph Dean. The long-time local civic leader and moderator of last year's annual town meeting died in December, 2012. Full Story
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Wednesday June 19, 2013 Below is a preview of the major stories the Transcript staff is working on for tomorrow’s edition. The Transcript posts breaking news and updates on Twitter (@natranscript), on Facebook www.facebook.com/natranscript, on our mobile app and here on our homepage. Have a story idea or have something to contribute to a story below? Full Story
Updated: June 19, 2013
(Gillian Jones / North Adams Transcript)
Officials warn of Canine Parvovirus outbreak
Wednesday June 19, 2013 NORTH ADAMS -- Following an outbreak of a potentially lethal virus, local veterinarians are encouraging dog-owners to take preventive measures to ensure their pets' safety.
Rebecca Mattson, a veterinarian at Greylock Animal Hospital in North Adams, said the practice has seen two dogs affected by outbreak of Canine Parvovirus. Full Story
Williams history professor wins Mellon fellowship
Wednesday June 19, 2013 WILLIAMSTOWN -- Sara Dubow, associate professor of history at Williams College, has been awarded a New Directions Fellowship from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop research projects that focus on the legal history of reproductive and sexual politics.
New Directions Fellowships are intended to allow "established scholar-teachers to pursue formal Full Story
Updated: June 19, 2013 11:38:51 AM EDT