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? Feel free to reach out to reporters or contact Editor-in-Chief Michael Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-663-3741, ext. 223.
To fund or not to fund: A citizens’ petition, requesting the City Council rescind funding for the renovation of Silvio O. Conte Middle School into a new elementary school will come to a vote tonight. Should the council vote against pulling the funding, the petition will go to a public vote during a special election on April 30. Jennifer Huberdeau is writing this story and can be reached at email@example.com, on Twitter @NAT_DigitalJen, or by phone at 413-663-3741, ext. 227.
It’s time to get nomination pictures in: Adams Town Clerk Haley Meczywor says town elections are fast approaching. People need to step up, as slots on various town boards remain open and Town Meeting is lacking candidates. Also we’ll tell you who’s turned in their nomination papers so far. Phil Demers is writing this story and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter @NAT_DigitalPhil, or by phone at 413-663-3741, ext. 225.
60 years of service: Henry Flynt Jr. was honored by the Williamstown Rotary Club on Tuesday for his 60 years of service to the community. Ed Damon is writing this story and can be reached at email@example.com, on Twitter @NAT_DigitalEd, or by phone at 413-663-3741, ext. 224.