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A move on motorcycle rally: WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Snowford Foundation, organizer of the controversial Hogs on the Farm motorcycle rally, has withdrawn its support for the August event.
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Going for Glen permit: ADAMS -- Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc. has filed with the Planning Board for a special permit under the town's "Planned Unit Resort Development" zoning bylaw. According to the town's website, the permit pertains to the planned Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Education Center at the Greylock Glen.
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Sandy streets and fiesta Friday: NORTH ADAMS -- Get out the pails and the shovels. Eagle Street will be filled with sand Friday for the 14th annual Eagle Street Beach Party. Also on tap for the evening is the adult Mexican Fiesta, returning for its third year.
Jennifer Huberdeau is writing this story and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter @NAT_DigitalJen, or by phone at 413-663-3741, ext. 227.