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Habitat for Humanity Showcase Trees Available Oct. 1
01:25PM / Monday, September 29, 2014
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity will hold its annual Christmas Tree Showcase at the First Congregational Church on Main Street on Saturday, Dec. 6, from 2 to 6 p.m., as part of the annual Williamstown Holiday Walk.

Last year more than 100 trees were raffled off. Each year the creativity of participants grows. Some of the trees have themes, while others have a more traditional holiday flare. Previous theme trees have been: birds in paradise, snowflakes and lights, athletics, story time, skiing, apples, toy land, dogs & cats and more. Both children and adults alike had fun putting their raffle tickets in the box for the tree(s) they wanted. It is

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Roadwork Projects Pop Up in Williamstown
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
03:36AM / Monday, September 29, 2014
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A crew from Maxymillian Technologies of Pittsfield is reworking the Five Corners intersection in South Williamstown. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A busy year of roadwork and construction continues to transform the Village Beautiful.   Spring and summer saw the completion of the expansion and renovation project at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, the end of Williams College's Stetson-Sawyer Library project, the erection of new grandstands and turf fields at Weston Field, and the resurfacing of portions of Main Street (Route 2), North Street and Simonds Road (Route 7).   On Monday, Adams Trucking began work on the $222,000 installation of a road to the planned

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Williamstown Community Preschool Installs New Signage
by Billsville 02:46PM / Tuesday, February 26, 2013


WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Community Preschool began sprucing up its new home by hiring local sign maker Lindsay Neathawk,

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Early Morning Fire Burns Down V's Doghouse
By Andy McKeever,
08:47AM / Sunday, September 28, 2014
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The Lanesborough Fire Department took this photo of the early morning fire.



The fire started inside a wall between the kitchen and bar around 4 a.m. The restaurant was closed at the time and there were no injuries. The estimated damage is $700,000. The building did not have fire sprinklers.

The fire was investigated by the Lanesborough Fire Department and state police assigned to the Office of the State Fire Marshal. Assistance was received from an electrical expert and State Police Crime Scene Services.

The state fire marshal has ruled out arson as the cause of the blaze that destroyed V's Dog House early Sunday morning.

Fire Chief Charlie Durfee said there are two

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Democratic Leaders Rally Support For Coakley, Party Slate
By Andy McKeever,
01:30AM / Sunday, September 28, 2014
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U.S. Rep. Richard Neal was one of the speakers at Saturday's grand opening of the Democratic campaign's Berkshire office. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A cadre of elected officials rallied supporters for the statewide Democratic candidates Saturday morning in the new Berkshire campaign headquarters.   The Democratic Coordinated Campaign held a grand opening of a Berkshire office on South Street in Pittsfield with an array of elected officials on hand.   "Over the last four years, led by Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick and supported by the Democratic congressional delegations and Democratic elected officials up and down the ticket, we have put Massachusetts back in the

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Democrats, Republicans Open Berkshire Campaign Offices
By Andy McKeever,
06:07PM / Saturday, September 27, 2014
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The Republicans opened an office in the former Pizza Hut in Coltsville. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Both the Republican and Democratic parties have opened campaign headquarters in the city for the November general election.   On Friday,local Republicans held an open house at their new headquarters in the former Pizza Hut on Dalton Avenue and on Saturday, Democrats held a grand opening of their South Street office. Both offices will be the Berkshire headquarters for the statewide election.   "There will be anywhere from two to five [here] people at night. We'll be open every day from 9 until 5 on weekdays and on weekends by appointment," said Berkshire County

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Williams Women's Soccer, Field Hockey Wins, Men's Soccer Falls
06:00PM / Saturday, September 27, 2014
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NEW LONDON, Conn. -- Kristi Kirshe scored twice to lead the Williams College women's soccer team to a 3-0 win over previously unbeaten Connecticut College on Saturday.   Williams (6-1, 3-1 NESCAC) scored three goals in an eight-minute span in the second half -- twice by Kirshe wrapped around one by Audrey Thomas.   Hannah Van Wetter made four saves for the Ephs, who outshot the Camels by a margin of 14-10.   Williams travels to Springfield on Wednesday evening.   MEN'S SOCCER   NEW LONDON, Conn. -- Pat Devlin and Marino Patrk each scored a goal to give the Connecticut College men's soccer team a 2-1 win over Williams on Saturday.   Bobby Schneidman

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Trinity Hammers Williams Football Team
05:10PM / Saturday, September 27, 2014
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Tinity College's Chudi Iregbulem ran for 83 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bantams to a 38-0 win over Williams College on Saturday afternoon.   Iregbulem averaged 5.2 yards per carry in a Trinity ground attack that gained 321 yards.   The Bantams (2-0) took a 14-0 lead midway through the first when Iregbulem caught a 24-yard pass from Henry Foye (11-of-17, 145 yards) and never looked back.   Trinity nearly led, 31-0, at half-time but settled for a 24-0 lead after it had two touchdowns called back on back-to-back penalties -- the second a hairline call against Foye for crossing the line of scrimmage before hitting Ian Dugger at the goal

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Williams Men's Cross Country Second at Purple Valley Classic
05:02PM / Saturday, September 27, 2014
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Twenty-six teams from across the Northeast traveled to Williamstown for the annual Purple Valley Classic   Among the field were nationally ranked squads from Williams (sixth), MIT (eighth), Colby (17th), Amherst (21st), Middlebury (29th), and Tufts (30th).   The 8-kilometer course at Mount Greylock Regional  School is traditionally challenging, often producing results a full minute slower than expected. The high temperature of 78 degrees made for a beautiful day but a tough race. Many of these teams will expect to be back in Williamstown for the NCAA DIII New England Regional Championship on Nov. 15.   Sophomore David Chelimo of Colby College won

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Town Players of Pittsfield Staging Williamstown Native's Play
By Rebecca Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
10:21AM / Saturday, September 27, 2014
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The Town Players of Pittsfield rehearse for a staged reading of Williamstown native Robin Rice Lichtig's play 'Gently Down the Stream.'

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — New York City playwright Robin Rice Lichtig's family had a lot of firsts during her childhood years in Williamstown in the 1950s.

Lichtig herself was the first girl to attend Williams College, taking classes there while still in high school, well before the college went co-ed in the 1970s. One of her sisters was in the first class to graduate from the high school after it became the regional school it is today in the early 1960s. And Lichtig was one of the first interns at the newly formed Williamstown Theatre

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@theMarket: Wash, Rinse and Repeat
By Bill Schmick,
08:20AM / Saturday, September 27, 2014
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The dollars running, stocks are falling, bond prices are jumping while commodities are tanking. Welcome to another week in the financial markets. Expect more of the same in October.

As September, the worst month of the year for markets, comes to a close (next Tuesday) volatility appears to be rising. Stay strapped down, however, because we are not through the woods quite yet.

Historically, the first two weeks of October can get pretty hairy. Some of us might recall October of 1987 as an example.

So many of us have nudged up our exposure to the equity markets this year in pursuit of more and more gains that any sell-off scares the bejesus out of us. The 1-2 percent pullbacks, like

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