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Pittsfield Suns' Hot Stove Features Red Sox GM Cherington
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington has been active this off-season and next week, city residents can hear all about it.   Cherington is the headlining the Pittsfield Suns' second annual Hot Stove on Friday when he'll field questions about an array of topics at the Colonial
Senator Downing Hosts Town Hall Forum on Wednesday
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Representatives from the State Senate will kickoff a series of community conversations across the state beginning on Wednesday, Feb. 4, at 10 a.m. at Berkshire South Regional Community Center. State Sen. Benjamin B. Downing, D-Pittsfield, and his Western Massachusetts colleagues Sens. Donald Humason, James
Williamstown's Spruces Reuse Committee Seeking Input, Funds
Spruces Land Use Committee members Selectman Andrew Hogeland, left, and Chairman Dr. Thomas Hyde at Wednesday's meeting. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Spruces Land Use Committee on Wednesday began making plans to ask the town for money to fund a conceptual study of what can be developed on the site of
The Independent Investor: College Savings Accounts Are Not Risk-Free
A national debate over whether to tax "529" college savings plans has turned the spotlight on these plans and how they work. Do they really help parents save the money their kids will need for college? The answer depends on how they are invested and how they are managed. Starting in 2001, the IRS offered tax benefits to
'Mortdecai': Of Moustaches and Men
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Lionsgate  Johnny Depp ponders the vagaries of moustaches and acting careers in the forgettable 'Mortdecai.' There's nothing good on TV and you've finished pondering all
Clark Art Wagers Homer Masterpiece on Patriot's Win
The Clark's 'West Point, Prout's Neck' is being wagered against the Seattle Art Museum's 'Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast.' The winner of the Super Bowl wager will have the loser's painting for three months. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Clark Art
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The Berkshires Aren't Boston
The Berkshires are not Boston. Thank goodness for that! When Governor Baker recently banned all non-essential travel on January 27th in response to the dire warnings from the national weather service of the winter storm "Juno" (when did they start giving names to snow events?), he did so for the entire state of Massachusetts. What he
Protect Your Online Data With These Tips
In recognition of National Data Privacy Day on Jan. 28, Adams Community Bank is urging customers to take an active role in protecting their data.      "Adams Community Bank’s first priority is to protect our customers’ money and information,” said Charles P. O’Brien, president  and
BFAIR Sets Family Night Fun at Greylock Bowl
NORTH ADMAS, Mass. — BFAIR will host a Family Fun Night at Greylock Bowl & Golf this weekend to promote community awareness and BFAIR opportunities. The event takes place on Friday evening from 6 to 9 and includes games and raffles. Patti Messina, chairman of the fundraising committee, said this event marks Berkshire Family
Waynick Leads Duda to Win to Cap Perfect Season
Malcolm Waynick scored nine points to lead Duda Construction to a 27-20 win over Gable Electric and a perfect 7-0 regular season in the Lanesborough/Williamstown Youth Basketball League.   Matt Sorrell and Nick Duda each scored eight in the win.   For Gable, Derek Paris scored a game-high 10, and Jack Cangelosi and
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