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'Singing Trooper' Dan Clark Performing in Stamford
04:16PM / Monday, September 08, 2014
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The 'Singing Trooper' serenades an audience at the North Adams (Mass.) Public Library in 2010.

STAMFORD, Vt. — Sgt. Daniel Clark, known as "The Singing Trooper," will perform his inspirational program Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. at Stamford Community Church.

The performance is presented by the Leo Ethier Memorial Scholarship Fund as a thank you from the Ethier family to the community for its support over the years.

In addition to being a Marine veteran, Clark was a Massachusetts State Trooper for 20 years, retiring in 2005 to pursue a professional singing career. During his time as a trooper, he performed for more than 2,500 federal, state, local and military

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Carpinello's Service Center Turns 25 Years Old
12:58PM / Monday, September 08, 2014
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Carpinello's Service Center is celebrating its 25th year of automotive service to Berkshire County.

John and Diane Carpinello are showing their appreciation to their old and new customers by hosting an open house at the Sunoco station located on 364 Main St. on Saturday, Sept. 13, from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. There will be free food, a bounce house and face painting for the kids, and door prizes too.  WUPE radio 100.1 fm will be on site broadcasting live.

In addition, on Friday, Sept. 12, there will be a 5 cents-off gas sale on all grades all day.

Carpinello’s Service Center is a family-owned and -operated automotive service center with full service

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Williams College: Men's Golf Fall Season Outlook
By Dick Quinn, Williams Sports Info
09:40AM / Monday, September 08, 2014
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The 2013-14 season for the Ephs ended in disappointment with a one-shot loss to Middlebury College in the NESCAC Championships. This loss prevented a second consecutive trip to the NCAA Championships.

This fall, the Eph golfers aim to avenge last year's defeat. Only they will do so without their core group of players.

Former Eph golfers Dylan Dethier, Jake Abrahams, Cody Semmelrock, Matt McCarron, and Ross Bowen anchored the golf team for three years, building a superb résumé along the way. Last spring alone, the five captains guided the team to four wins in six events.

Head coach Josh Hillman recognizes the impact their loss will have on the

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Rockwell Museum Hosts Naturalization Ceremony
By Tammy Daniels, iBerkshires Staff
03:56AM / Monday, September 08, 2014
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Seventeen new U.S. citizens were sworn in on Saturday at Norman Rockwell Museum. More photos here.

STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Seventeen new American citizens swore an oath of allegiance with pride and enthusiasm on Saturday morning.

"I feel so excited and so proud to be an American citizen," said Vivan Enchill of Pittsfield. "I have been waiting for so long."

For the third year, the ceremony took place at the Norman Rockwell Museum, surrounded by Rockwell's iconic "Four Freedoms" paintings inspired by the words of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

The freedoms of religion and speech, and from fear and want, are "the ideas our nation was born to

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Mount Greylock Committee Sets Salary Range for Next Superintendent
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
03:10AM / Monday, September 08, 2014
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Williamstown School Committee members Chris Jones and Dan Caplinger join Lanesborough School Committee Chairwoman Regina Dilego and Mount Greylock Regional School Committee member Colleen Taylor, right, at Thursday's meeting. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A divided Mount Greylock Regional School Committee on Thursday decided to advertise its open superintendent job with a starting salary between $145,000 and $160,000 per year.   The committee planned a joint meeting with Superintendency Union 71 to discuss the superintendent search, but SU71 failed to achieve a quorum of the six-person committee.   SU71, which consists of Williamstown and Lanesborough elementary schools,

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Legislative Q&A: State Rep. Gailanne Cariddi.
By Andy McKeever, iBerkshires Staff
05:23AM / Sunday, September 07, 2014
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State Rep. Gailanne Cariddi says the Legislature is taking on major topics. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Professional telemarketers soliciting for charities aren't always truthful about how much money is going to the charity — and how much is going in their pockets.   One of those solicitation callers felt bad that she was being forced to lie to people and crafted a law to stop it. State Rep. Gailanne Cariddi has taken that over and is heading the effort in the state house. She filed the bill requiring  solicitors to tell the truth when asked. Though it didn't pass, Cariddi will be refilling it again next session.   While the Legislature couldn't come to

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Clark Art Playing Host to 800-Year-Old Magna Carta
By Tammy Daniels, iBerkshires Staff
11:56PM / Friday, September 05, 2014
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An original 1215 Magna Carta is on display at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute through Nov. 2.

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The nation's founding documents are being overshadowed by a far older declaration of rights.

The Magna Carta, dating to 1215, is on view at the Clark Art Institute until traveling to the Library of Congress in November.

"It's been called the birth certificate of democracy," said the Very Rev. Philip Buckler, dean of Lincoln, where this rare version of the "Great Charter" resides.

The charter, forced upon King John by his nobles, outlines some of the enduring cornerstones of democracy — freedom of religion, due process

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Superior Court Briefs: Sept. 2 - Sept. 4
Staff Reports,
01:29PM / Friday, September 05, 2014
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Cases heard before judge John Agostini on Tuesday, September 2.   Joshua Feliciano, 22, of Pittsfield had a not guilty plea entered on his behalf on a single count of possession of heroin with intent to distribute.   He was released on $500 cash or $5,000 surety bail. The charges stem from the execution of a search warrant in Pittsfield on June 3, 2014.   Patrick Gigliotti, 19, of Pittsfield had not guilty pleas entered on his behalf on single counts of possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of ammunition without a firearm identification card and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.   He was released on personal recognizance. The

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Eligible Donors Encouraged to Give Blood During National Preparedness Month
01:02PM / Friday, September 05, 2014
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Disasters can strike at any time, and the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to help their communities prepare for emergencies by giving blood during National Preparedness Month.

The mission of the Red Cross is to help the public prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. During National Preparedness Month, the Red Cross reminds Americans to take simple steps to get ready for emergencies in their homes, workplaces and communities. One way to support this mission is to become a regular blood donor.

A stable blood supply is central to ensuring patient needs are met in emergencies. Blood can take up to three days to be tested, processed and made available for patients.

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MountainOne Announces New CEO, COO
11:40AM / Friday, September 05, 2014
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — MountainOne Financial and MountainOne Bank have appointed Robert J. Fraser as president and CEO.

Fraser succeeds Thomas S. Leavitt on Sept. 22. Leavitt has been MountainOne's CEO for two years and is returning to his home state of Vermont to lead Northfield Savings Bank.

Fraser joined the organization in 2007 and has been serving as president and chief operating officer of MountainOne Bank, building upon his prior role as president and CEO of South Coastal Bank.  He is a veteran commercial banker with background in senior lending roles with U.S. Trust and Citizens Bank.

Fraser, a Marshfield resident, holds a bachelor's degree from the University

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