NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — There was a strong sense of optimism on Saturday as dozens of business and community leaders gathered to address North County's economic development.
As a longtime resident of Ohio, William Kolis Jr. gained an appreciation of The City Club of Cleveland, the nationally recognized non-partisan civic organization that sponsors programs and forums featuring prominent figures and thought leaders, with an emphasis on vigorous discussion with the public.
ADAMS, Mass. — A declining population and rising costs are pushing communities together to explore ways to share resources.
ADAMS Though its status as a buzzword in local government is firmly entrenched, officials agree it won't come easily.
ADAMS, Mass. – Adams may be focused on developing a cultural and recreational base, but its future still holds a place for manufacturing.
ADAMS, Mass. — A group working to stimulate growth in Adams is looking hard at zoning as a stumbling block to transforming the Mother Town.
ADAMS, Mass. — The Adams-Anthony Center for Political, Economic & Social Discourse held its first meeting focusing on economic prospects for the town of Adams.
ADAMS, Mass. — The town's arts and cultural front is picking up steam with a" possible new location for the Mill Children" exhibit and the reinvigoration of projects such as the Topia Arts Center and the Adams Anthony Center.
ADAMS, Mass. — Barely three years old, the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace and Museum is attracting tourists from around the Northeast and as far as Japan.