|Mount Greylock High Hosts Music, Environment Residency|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Mount Greylock Regional High School will host singer and songwriter Ted Vigil in the "John Denver: Art, Music, and Environmental Awareness" Project on May 20-22.
The residency of the John Denver tribute artist will bring together both middle school and high school performers in a multimedia
|Williamstown Community Chest to Honor Yamamoto|
Catherine Yamamoto, seen leading an Affordable Housing Committee meeting, has been selected as Volunteer of the Year.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Ever since nature's wrath tore through Williamstown, Catherine Yamamoto has been a force of nature.
As the chairman of the town's Affordable Housing Committee,
|That's Life: A Mother's Pride|
Is it only me, or do all mothers look at their adult sons and daughters and say to themselves, "How could that have come out of me?"
For me, there is the physical aspect of the miracle. How could teenie me have produced this man who could fling me over his shoulders? And how could this beautiful vivacious
|Berkshires Effort Seeks to Aid One Fund, Connect Community|
Businesses participating in the B4B effort will display a sticker to let customers know.
ADAMS, Mass. — An effort to link the eastern and western ends of the state is also hoping to connect the north and south ends of the county.
B4B, or Berkshires 4 Boston, is a countywide coalition spearheaded by Fidel
|Coalition Forum Addresses Physician Recruiting Difficulties|
North Adams Regional Hospital President Timothy Jones discusses physician shortages at the coalition's monthly forum on Friday morning.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — This month's Northern Berkshire Community Coalition meeting focused on the ongoing issue of physician shortages.
Bonnie Clark, manager of
|Williamstown Conservation Panel Repeats Support of 'Timeout'|
The Conservation Commission is recommending the town meeting table to two articles dealing with conserved land on this year's warrant.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Conservation Commission on Thursday night decided to recommend town take no action on two land-related articles that will be repeated from the
|Three Educators Honored At MCLA Award Ceremony|
State Rep. William 'Smitty' Pignatelli presents an award to Barbara Minkler at the third annual Berkshire County Educator Recognition Award ceremony. For more photos, see the slideshow.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts is making sure teachers are recognized for their efforts
|The Independent Investor: Online Education Is Not a Panacea|
Over the last decade, online enrollment in college classes has exploded. Many hope that it will ultimately help reduce the burgeoning future costs of a college education. The evidence, thus far, indicates that we have a long way to go.
At the outset, readers should understand that there are two initiatives that have yet to converge in
|Williamstown Elementary Finances in Good Shape|
Above, School Committee members Chairwoman Margaret McComish, left, and Valerie Hall at Wednesday's meeting, at which the committee went over the final spending numbers for this year. Right, School Business Director Lynn Bassett said there is an expected gain in the revolving
|Williamstown Historical Tour Features Seven Residences|
The 1898 Southworth School is on the list for this year's tour of historical homes in Williamstown.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A tour of buildings in the town's residential core will be offered on Saturday, May 11, from 1 to 5 p.m. The rain date is May 18.
The biennial event is sponsored by the
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