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@theMarket: Are We There Yet?
This week we witnessed the first substantial correction in the stock market of the year. What matters most to investors now is whether we are at the end of the decline or the beginning of something worse. We've seen the lows, in my opinion, but that doesn't mean we won't retest them. Normally, I would expect to see at least one
Retiring Clark Art Director Leaves Lasting Impression
Michael Conforti at the wet opening of the Clark Art Institute's addition on July 4, 2014. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — For two decades, Michael Conforti has been the face of the the Clark Art Institute that he has radically helped change.   Although the most obvious manifestation of that
The Independent Investor: The Marijuana Market
Only four states have legalized marijuana for recreational use so far. Another 23 have given the nod for using cannabis for medical usage. Today it is a $2.7 billion industry that is set to grow substantially in the years ahead if more states jump on the band wagon. Whether legalization is a fad or a trend in this country will have to wait
McCann Technical School Bus Routes 2015
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — McCann Technical School opens for the school year Thursday, Sept. 3. Freshman should report to the cafeteria on arrival, sophomores and juniors to their technical areas and seniors to the gym. Start at 8 a.m. and dismissal at 2:45 p.m. Cheshire/Adams 7:00     349 North
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Williams College Class of 2019 Set to Arrive Aug. 31
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The 269 women and 282 men who make up the Williams College Class of 2019 will arrive on campus on Aug. 31 for First Days, their official orientation to the college. The tradition of First Days introduces first-year students to the college. Over the first few days students will meet their academic advisors, learn
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'Mile in Her Shoes Art Show' Seeks Participating Artists
PITTSFIELD, Mass. – The Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development and Elizabeth Freeman Center are teaming up to call out to artists to participate in the inaugural Berkshire County “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Art Show.” The art show is being held in conjunction with the annual "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes"
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Adams-Cheshire Makes High School Pitch to Lanesborough
Town Adminstrator Tony Mazzucco looks at the numbers on Thursday at Hoosac Valley High School during a presentation to Lanesborough. CHESHIRE, Mass. — Adams and Cheshire touted the school district's benefits to an audience of nearly 80 on Thursday night. The presentation by Adams and Adams-Cheshire
Mount Greylock Officials Make Case for School District
Mount Greylock Principal Mary MacDonald emphasized the school's diverse academic program and the success of its students at Wednesday's forum. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Mount Greylock officials on Wednesday made their pitch to Lanesborough residents being courted by a neighboring school
Economist Urges Berkshires To Build Around Strong Non-Profit Economy
Steven Sheppard outlined the state of the Berkshires economy at Wednesday's Good New Business Salute.   LENOX, Mass. — Following a shock to the economic eco-system, economist Steven
Williamstown Selectmen Debate Cost Saving Vs. 'Green' Action
The Board of Selectmen are choosing an electrical aggregation plan that balances cost with environmentally sound generation. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Board of Selectmen on Monday debated how the town should strike the balance between environmentalism and frugality.   At issue was
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