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More city residents face heroin charges: GOSHEN -- Two North Adams residents are facing drug charges after being arrested, allegedly in possession of heroin, during a road stop Saturday afternoon.
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Rule change runs into roadblock: NORTH ADAMS -- The city solicitor and the American Civil Liberties Union have weighed in on a proposed change to the City Council's Rules of Order, which would ban any type of messages on signs, clothing or electronic devise, saying that for the most part, it is unconstitutional.
Council President Michael Bloom, who authored the proposed change, says he hopes the council's General Government Committee will recommend the only portion that City Solicitor John DeRosa deemed acceptable -- the banning of signs and placards from the meetings. He says he just wants to bring some order back to council meetings.
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