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An ordinance passed in 1943 set a curfew for anyone under 16 in the city. The City Council voted this week to repeal it.
Wanting to keep the City Council's focus on work, Councilor Ashley Shade proposed a code of conduct for elected and appointed officials.
"Hopefully, this can be a guide and resource and an enforceable document that will help alleviate some of the issues we seem to be having in our city in regards to behavior and conduct and professionalism," Councilor Ashley Shade said.
North Adams City Councilor Ashley Shade is seeking to repeal an ordinance dating back to the 1940s that sets a 10 p.m. curfew for minors under the age of 16.
Voters have picked Michael Obasohan, Jennifer Barbeau, Ashley Shade, former City Councilor Marie Harpin to serve on the North Adams City Council, while reelecting all five incumbents who ran for another term.
PITTSFIELD — Jahaira DeAlto Balenciaga spent just a few short years in Pittsfield, but she didn’t need long to make her impact in the community.
After being raised Catholic, Drew Herzig eventually felt that he needed to confront what church teachings about sexuality meant for his soul.
NORTH ADAMS — Ashley Shade, an advocate for diversity and economic growth and former treasurer of the Libertarian Party of Massachusetts, has …
First lifted in 2016, then reimposed in 2017, a ban impeding transgender people from serving in the U.S. military was reversed again Monday, b…