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Cable Mills caught by funding: WILLIAMSTOWN -- An important funding piece from the Department of Housing and Economic Development will not come through for the Cable Mills project, leaving the development in a lurch. Construction was slated to begin by the summer, but the developer is still working to proceed with work this year.
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Talking transportation: NORTH ADAMS -- Berkshire Regional Transportation Authority Administrator Gary Shepard has a lot of plans to improve rural transportation in the region -- extended hours, expanded routes and small bi-directional buses running every half-hour, which connect with larger buses on dedicated lines.
But those plans won't
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