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Local Author Publishes Book On Northern Berkshire Trains
Kristen Demeo is releasing her latest book, 'The Rails of Northern Berkshire,' about how the trains changed the region. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Local writer Kristen Demeo is releasing her latest book, "The Rails of Northern Berkshire," about how the trains changed the region. The St.
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Local Lawmakers Push To Override Baker's Budget Vetoes
The Legislature is expected to take up some of the overrides next week. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Local legislators are hoping to restore most of the governor's $162.8 million in vetoes from the state budget.   Gov. Charlie Baker signed the $38.1 billion budget into law July 17. But, he also
Potential Disruption of Mount Greylock Renovation Raises Concerns
School Building Committee and School Committee members flank Dore & Whittier's Trip Elmore, fourth from left, and Rachel Milaschewski. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The impact of a school building project on taxpayers was just one consideration of the Mount Greylock School Committee on Thursday
Lanesborough 11U Bulldogs Lose at Long Island Tourney
YAPHANK, N.Y. -- Shelter Rock of Mineola, N.Y., scored six in the fourth inning on the way to a 13-3 win over the Lanesborough Bulldogs 11-under All-Stars on Friday night in a tournaemnt at the Baseball Heaven sports complex on Long Island.   Derek Parish, Landen Jamula and Tristan Gardner accounted for the the three Lanesborough
Superior Court Briefs: July 20 - July 22
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Monday, July 20.   Sasha Santiago, 25, of Springfield had not guilty pleas entered on her behalf on single counts of conspiracy to violate drug laws to wit: trafficking in heroin, and conspiracy to violate drug laws to wit: trafficking in cocaine.   He was released on the same
Mount Greylock Building Project's Tax Impact Discussed
Superintendent Doug Dias and Selectman Hugh Daley, a member of the School Building Committee, review minutes from a prior meeting. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Building Committee on Thursday continued its evaluation of evolving designs for potential building projects and got
Senate Adopts Downing Amendment on Net-Metering
BOSTON – An amendment by state Sen. Benjamin B. Downing increasing the state's solar net-metering cap was adopted by the Senate on Thursday. The measure, designed to promote future solar development, aligns the net metering cap with the state's 1,600 MW goal of installed solar capacity and further directs the Department of
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'Trainwreck': What Raillery
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Universal Pictures  Greg, Rachel and Earl face life and death in this Sundance-winning slice of modern teen angst. Point of disclosure No. 593: My favorite film genre is the screwball
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The Independent Investor: Are You Ready for El Niño
It's that time again. Trade winds in the Pacific are blowing west to east, pushing warm water to the surface. In times past, those conditions created havoc with much of the world's weather creating everything from fires to floods, sometimes, in epic proportions. Some weather models predict this year's El Niño could rank among
Bennington Museum Marks Year Filled with Acquisitions
Grandma Moses' painting of the Battle of Bennington includes its future memorialization with the tower in the top right corner. The anachronism led the DAR to reject the painting, which now resides at the Bennington Museum. BENNINGTON, Vt. — The Bennington Museum offers some things old, some things
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