The town of Adams held its annual election yesterday. The Berkshire Eagle reports that incumbent Regina Hill won another three-year term on the Hoosac Valley Regional School District Committee. She received 317 votes. Her challenger Erin Milne garnered 163 votes. Town Clerk Haley Meczywor says that out of 5,995 registered voters, 486 voted, with 157 voting via mail-in ballot. Christine Hoyt was running unopposed for re-election to another three-year term on the select board.

There was a very low turnout in Cheshire as the town held its annual election yesterday. IBerkshires.com reports that the town had just two races. Challenger Mike Kruszyna unseated incumbent Jeffrey Warner for a three-year term on the Board of Health and Mickey Biagini fended off a write in campaign by Colin Haas. There were 420 votes cast in total.

An unusually large number of early and absentee ballots have been cast in advance of next Tuesday's annual town election in Stockbridge. The Berkshire Eagle reports that as of Monday, Town Clerk Terri Lemolini had sent out 137 early ballots and 83 absentee ballots out of 1,675 registered voters in the town. The election features contests for the Select and Planning boards. Voting takes place today from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Senior Center on Main Street.