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Drury put nine girls in the scorebook on Thursday night in a home win over Lee.
Association members elected Andrea Wadsworth as president of the 14-member board of directors. Wadsworth assumed the leadership role on Jan. 1.
The Attorney General’s office ruled this week that a bylaw change approved during Lee’s town meeting last June cannot go into effect because it conflicts with state law. The finding is a setback for opponents of a proposed PCB dump.
Mount Greylock outscored Lee 12-6 in overtime to pull off a win on Wednesday night in Williamstown.
Emma Puleri had 20 points to lead Lee, Randy Duquette had 23 to lead PHS, Averie McGrath had 26 to lead Hoosac Valley, and the Mount Greylock girls shutout Ludlow in a quarter, as all four teams won games Tuesday night.
A family business that’s operated in Lee for half a century will drop use of one of its properties, after being cited by the state environmental officials. The Department of Environmental Protection says L.B. Corp. has been running a materials recycling plant without a required permit.
To address damage from July’s storms, 15 Berkshire County towns and eight state forests and parks will get a chance to apply for a $7.5 million pool of funds.
A possible vaccine mandate for indoor diners, proposed by an invited guest at a meeting last month, was not opened for public response, prompting an Open Meeting Law violation complaint.
PCB dump opponents in Lee have forced the town to delay working on a new master plan, concerned about the agency Lee was to hire is too closely involved with the proposed toxic landfill.