50 years ago today
MONROE BRIDGE -- Richard Emery Jr. of 14 Moorland St., Williamstown, has been named vice president in charge of sales for the Deerfield Glassine Company in Monroe Bridge. He was advanced to the position from that of sales manager. He has been associated with Deerfield Glassine for 13 years.
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Two Lanesborough Girl Scouts who are students at Mt. Greylock Regional High School, have been chosen to attend the Girl Scout National Round-up at Button Bay, Vt. July 20-29. They are Sally Jo Brady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brady of Narragansett Ave., a sophomore, and Sandra Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stone of Wabasso St., a member of the freshman class.
25 years ago today
ADAMS -- Marine Cpl. Rob ert Carlow Jr., son of Carole and Robert Carlow of 6 Pine St., recently participated in exercise Kernel Usher with the First marine Division at Camp Pendleton, Calif. During the month-long deployment, Cpl. Carlow participated in various exercises, including a landing exercise, night attack, medical evacuation and a prisoner-of-war handling course.
NORTH ADAMS -- Three students from Drury Senior High School attended the third New England Young Writers’ Conference on May 8-10 at Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf campus. Sherill Ingalls of Clarksburg and Suzette Cote and Thomas Janulewicz, both of North Adams, attended
10 years ago today
ADAMS -- Three St. Stanislaus Kostka School students earned special recognition at graduation ceremonies June 16. The President’s Award for Educational Excellence was given to Vanessa Torchia, daughter of Frank and Gisele Torchia of Adams; Adam Gwozdz, son of Joseph and Nancy Gwozdz of Cheshire; and Kyle Pero, son of Don and Bonnie Pero of Adams.
CHESHIRE -- Stephen Marko, son of Stephen and Susan Marko of Cheshire, was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Saint Michael’s College in Burling ton, Vt. He is a sophomore biology major at Saint Michael’s, and a graduate of Hoosac Valley High School.