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Grant in hand: WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Selectmen's agenda tonight includes signing the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant, a discussion on The Spruces property reuse and appointing members to a police station design team.
Ed Damon is writing this story and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter @NAT_DigitalEd, or by phone at 413-663-3741, ext. 224.
Getting ready for guests: NORTH ADAMS -- With the summer season fast approaching, the city, North Adams Chamber of Commerce and DownStreet Art are teaming up tonight to let businesses and the community know what's in store.
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.
Travelers return to town: ADAMS -- Town natives Paul and Chip Landry recently opened a home decor shop on Park Street, The Vintage Traveler. The pair have years of experience running similar businesses in different parts of the Northeast, but decided to move back to the Berkshires because they thought things here are on the rise.
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.