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Williams Volleyball Beats Amherst in Five Sets
12:21AM / Saturday, September 27, 2014
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AMHERST, Mass. — The Williams College volleyball team battled Amherst College tonight, beating the Lord Jeffs in a five-set match. The set scores were 25-21, Williams; 25-20, Amherst; 25-21, Williams; 26-24, Amherst; and 15-13, Williams.   The Ephs (10-1, 3-0 NESCAC) started the first set behind by a couple of points until Raea Rasmussen and Emily O’Day scored a kill and a service ace, tying the score early on, 4-4. Play continued point-for-point with Williams maintaining their lead until Amherst scored a service ace and pushed their score to another tie, 8-8.    The Eph defense fought on, and a flying save by setter Ryan Farley sent the ball to a deep corner. A

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Fall Foliage Festival Leaf Hunt 2014
12:05AM / Saturday, September 27, 2014
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The annual Fall Foliage Leaf hunt has begun, and the committee has released the first set of clues.

Colored paper leaves are hidden throughout the area and participants must solve the clues in order to find the leaves and win a prize.

The leaves are well hidden and the committee suggests persons search thoroughly to find them. When a leaf is found the person must sign their name on it and return it to the Mayor's office at City Hall, 10 Main St., North Adams, to claim the prize. One prize per household please.

There is also a phantom leaf hunt for homebound residents. Those participating in the phantom leaf hunt must send a postcard with their name address

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Williamstown Community Preschool Installs New Signage
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The Independent Investor: Is Wall Street Responsible for Climate Change?
By Bill Schmick,
10:57PM / Friday, September 26, 2014
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Monday's Wall Street sit-in by a few hundred radicals would lead us to believe that Wall Street is responsible for the present changes in the world's climate. Maybe so, but remember this, what Wall Street has done, it can also undo.

Readers know that I am no apologist for big business, the financial community or Wall Street. As for climate change, I am clearly on the side of those 300,000-plus people who participated in the People's Climate March on Sunday. The earth is in jeopardy today thanks to carbon emissions generated by fossil fuels.

The simplistic approach, preferred by this "Flood Wall Street" crowd, condemns Corporate America, Capitalism in general, and

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'This is Where I Leave You': Sibling Reveries
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
06:46PM / Friday, September 26, 2014
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Popcorn Column
by Michael S. Goldberger  
A funeral brings the Altmans home for seven days of predictable squabbling and extreme oversharing.

Tolstoy begins his "Anna Karenina" with, "All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Thus, consciously or not, director Shawn Levy's "This is Where I Leave You" finds occasion to seriocomically affirm the maxim via a soap-opera-ish examination of the Altman family following the death of its patriarch.

You know the routine: The kids, now grownups and suffering one personal dissatisfaction or another, gather at the old manse to

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Lanesborough School Writing Transportation Policies
By Andy McKeever, iBerkshires Staff
06:03PM / Friday, September 26, 2014
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The School Committee is implementing a series of transportation regulations. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — How far should a student walk to get to school or a bus stop? That is the question the Elementary School Committee is trying to answer.   Currently, the school doesn't have a policy in place, leaving Principal Ellen Boshe to make the decision on a case-by-case basis.   "Right now my position is that, on a case by case since they are similar, I haven't been saying the bus will pick up your children," Boshe said on Wednesday.   The School Committee pulled state statutes as a guide but members said they don't agree with the distances suggested. The

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Ioka Valley Farm to Feature Spookley the Square Pumpkin in October
01:54PM / Friday, September 26, 2014
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HANCOCK, Mass. — October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and Ioka Valley Farm is partnering with Spookley the Square Pumpkin to raise awareness for bullying prevention.

Ioka Valley Farm will be featuring Spookley in farm-based events for school group visits throughout October to help its younger visitors understand the importance of being tolerant and kind.  

Spookley was first introduced to millions of children in the book "The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin," in which he is shunned by all of the round pumpkins until a mighty storm threatens to destroy the entire pumpkin patch and only Spookley, with his unique shape, can save the day.  This fall

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Mountain Goat Artisan Gallery Opens on Water Street
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
01:37PM / Friday, September 26, 2014
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Mary Merselis opened a crafters and artisan gallery on Water Street. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Mary Merselis does not figure to get rich operating her new store on Water Street.   But she does want to provide a venue to promote the rich variety of local artisans and crafters producing unique works throughout Williamstown and beyond.   "Our point in running this business was not to make it profitable to us but to make it profitable for people to sell things," she explained during a break from setup earlier this month.   "If we can cover our costs ... that would be fine. Right now, the people who sell here get a lot of their profit back. We'll see how

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Are We There Yet?: Fall Into A Beautiful Autumn Weekend
By Rebecca Dravis,
11:45AM / Friday, September 26, 2014
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We're heading into the first weekend of fall, and it looks to be a gorgeous one. So this week I'm keeping all of my suggestions ones you can do outdoors. Because winter and cabin fever won't be too far behind.

There are two free events that run both Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 27 and 28, that are good choices for kids of all ages.

First in Williamstown is a local celebration of National Alpaca Farm Days at Sweet Brook Farm on Oblong Road (in south Williamstown, to be exact). From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days, the public can meet and learn about alpacas and the beautiful fiber they provide during shearing each year.The Green Mountain Spinners and Weavers and the Stephentown, N.Y.,

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Willamstown Motel, Chopsticks Cleared to Expand
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
10:40AM / Friday, September 26, 2014
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The Williamstown Motel hopes to add a second story to the wing on the right. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Two Main Street businesses are planning major expansions that last Thursday were approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals.   The Williamstown Motel and Chopsticks restaurant both were before the ZBA with plans to build additions on their properties.   At a marathon meeting that was dominated by discussions of a proposed new development on North Street, the board OK'd the alterations to the Main Street businesses after making a modification to one of the two plans.   Williamstown Motel owner Ashwan Malhorta wanted the town's permission to build a second-story

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North Street Development Passes Williamstown ZBA
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
03:02AM / Friday, September 26, 2014
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ZBA Chairman Andrew Hoar, left, and Leigh Short. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday cleared the way for a parcel at the corner of North Street and Lee Terrace to be the new home for the 1810 Mather House.   Vincent Guntlow made some changes to his property plan in light of last week's ZBA meeting, where a number of Lee Terrace residents expressed their dismay about the planned mixed-use development.   Although residents who attended Thursday's continuation of the public hearing on 63 North St. expressed appreciation for the changes Guntlow made, several said they were upset that the North Street parcel had been rezoned from

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