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Three Resign From Williamstown Affordable Housing Committee
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
11:06PM / Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Affordable Housing Committee members, from left, Cheryl Shanks, Catherine Yamamoto and Charles Bonenti each tendered a resignation this week.

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Two days after the Board of Selectmen declined to follow the recommendation of the Affordable Housing Committee on the development of two town-owned properties, three members of the committee have submitted their resignations.

Chairwoman Catherine Yamamoto, Vice Chairman Charles Bonenti and Secretary Cheryl Shanks each have resigned their positions on the committee, Town Manager Peter Fohlin informed the remaining five committee members in an email on Thursday.

Shanks sent her resignation to Selectmen Chairwoman Jane

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Williamstown Fire Committee OKs Budget Request to Voters
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
07:18PM / Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Fire District clerk/treasurer Corydon Thurston discusses a proposal to install a new radio antenna at Mount Greylock Regional School.

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Voters in the town fire district next month will be asked to approve spending for fiscal 2015 that is 7.7 percent higher than the current budget.

The Prudential Committee, the elected body that oversees the district, on Wednesday voted to approve the budget that will be submitted to voters at the annual Fire District meeting on Tuesday, May 27.

The district's projected operating budget for next year is expected to be a modest 1.6 percent higher than FY14; the big difference comes from three separate warrant articles that

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Williamstown Community Preschool Installs New Signage
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"Draft Day": It's a Coin Toss
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
07:04PM / Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Popcorn Column
by Michael S. Goldberger  
Kevin Costner cogitates on who he will pick for his fantasy football team in the insider-y 'Draft Day.'

Director Ivan Reitman's "Draft Day" dramatically mirrors the changing, commercially charged face of sportsdom. Once upon a time, devotees were primarily concerned with their superstars' skill and determination. I've always added a few points for uniform design: i.e., the serious majesty of the Yankees' NY, and those pinstripes; the colorful whimsy of two birds balancing at each end of a bat on the St. Louis Cardinals' jersey.

But if such pure,

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The Independent Investor: Good Friday and the Stock Market
By Bill Schmick,
03:52PM / Thursday, April 17, 2014
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This Friday the stock and bond markets will be closed to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, or so the theory goes. But that is just one of the many myths involved in this holiday and its origins remain a mystery.

The fact that the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has a tradition of closing on Good Friday, one of nine holidays per year, has many traders and investors scratching their heads. After all, it is not a federal holiday and plenty of other businesses are open on that day. What makes Good Friday any more important than say, Columbus Day?

There is a story that during the 1890s there were three years in a row that the market suffered big drops on Good Friday. Superstitious

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"Muppets Most Wanted": More or Less
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
03:27PM / Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Popcorn Column
by Michael S. Goldberger  
It's not easy being green ... in a gulag. The latest Muppets movie has a some laughs but lacks spirit.

Director James Bobin, entrusted with bringing "Muppets Most Wanted" to the silver screen, dives into the toy box of things Muppets and dexterously assembles all the parts that comprise the famed franchise, except for one.

Missing from this eighth feature film, as Miss Piggy may be wont to emote in her best French, is the joie de vivre, the je ne sais quoi. Or, as Kermit might plainly croak, it just doesn’t fly off the fat end of the bat.

While entertaining via the

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Ephs Defeat Vassar College 14-5
By Emily Jablonski, Williams Sports Info
02:29PM / Thursday, April 17, 2014
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williams College Ephs (8-5/5-3 NESCAC) snagged their eighth win at home against Vassar College (6-7).  The 14-5 victory was the result of solid defense and a deep bench, as well as significant offensive contributions from Andy Grabowski and Thomas Fowler.

Grabowski kicked off the game with four early goals, and Fowler tallied a hat trick. Several other Ephs contributed on either end of the field, including a number of players off the bench.

Williams played with strength and intensity from the very start. David Lee won the first face off of the game and assisted Andy Grabowski, who put his team on the scoreboard after only ten seconds of

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Are We There Yet?: Hoppy Easter
By Rebecca Dravis,
12:56PM / Thursday, April 17, 2014
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"I'm feeling hoppy," reads the cheerful poster hanging on the door to my daughter's bedroom. Fifty-one weeks of the year it doesn't make sense, but this week it does, as Easter is this Sunday, April 20.

Which means this weekend's family fun can be found in the form of Easter egg hunts in pretty much every corner of the county — including Pittsfield, despite that they have decided to take the word "Easter" out of their official egg hunt, which will be visited by "The Bunny." (What does THAT animal look like?)

But I don't want to get political in this column.

So for Saturday, April 19, here's what I know about.

Pittsfield's

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MCLA Christens New Veterans Resource Center
By Rebecca Dravis, iberkshires Staff
04:22AM / Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Brian Nelson, center, an MCLA student and Navy veteran, holds the big golden scissors to cut the ribbon in front of the new Veterans Resource Center at the college. With him are, from left, Sen. Benjamin B. Downing, state Secretary of Veterans Services Coleman Nee, MCLA President Mary Grant, and North Adams Mayor Richard Alcombright.

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Looking back 50 years to the Vietnam War, Coleman Nee, the state secretary of veterans services, knows that veterans returning home were not greeted with love and support.

"When you came home, we did not meet our obligation to you as a system," Nee said Wednesday.

But maybe some belated appreciation can still

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Mount Greylock Enrollment Question Still at Issue
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
10:46PM / Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The issue of Mount Greylock Regional School's enrollment projection is not dead yet.   Last week, a special meeting of the School Committee voted 4-2 to send what is called a "study enrollment" to the Massachusetts School Building Authority as the school prepares to begin a feasibility study on a new high school.   The reason for the special meeting was that the MSBA had an April 15 deadline for receiving the school's enrollment projection.   At Tuesday's regular School Committee meeting, Chairwoman Carolyn Greene told the committee the MSBA allowed the district to miss that deadline and may grant an extension to as late as

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Mass MoCA Extending Hours for Packed 15th Season
By Jack Guerino, iBerkshires Staff
09:00PM / Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Director Joseph Thompson announces some of the upcoming events at Mass MoCA.

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts is cutting prices, extending hours and scheduling a summer full of music and exhibits designed to attract visitors — and keep them here longer.

Museum officials on Wednesday revealed a season that kicks off on Memorial Day with a 15th anniversary party and includes Beck performing on June 24 and the Fresh Grass music festival capping off the summer.

The packed schedule also includes Roomful of Teeth and regulars Bang on a Can, a pop color sculpture park by Franz West, Teresita Fernández"dramatically scaled" up "As

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