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Grandchamp, Local Boxing Legend, Ready to Film Life Story
Gail 'Champ' Grandchamp is finally ready to begin shooting the story of her struggle to become a boxer. She expects filming to begin in and around the city this summer. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Gail Grandchamp can't sit still. The professional boxer turned personal trainer has about dozen ideas
Mount Greylock Committee Says Farewell to Interim Superintendent
Interim Superintendent Gordon Noseworthy is bidding goodbye to the Wililamstown-Lanesborough schools after leading the districts for nearly seven months. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Ten days after the high school held its commencement, the Mount Greylock Regional School Committee said its goodbyes to a
The Classical Beat: String Quartets Fill the Region With Music
Calidore String Quartet will play a Father's Day concert at Music Mountain in Falls Village, Conn., a lovely place to listen to music. In my two preceding columns, I previewed the musical offerings at Tanglewood in Lenox, Tannery Pond in New Lebanon, N.Y., and the Glimmerglass Festival in
Williamstown Police Go Worst to First in Cal Ripken League
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- With a 5-3 victory over Adams Community Bank on Monday night and an 8-1 victory over Pownal Carbone Auto on Tuesday, Williamstown Police completed a turnaround season and went from last to first in winning the North County Cal Ripken Championship.   In the 5-3 victory over ACB, Oscar Low got the win pitching,
Rookies Finish Strong Season in Williamstown Cal Ripken Leae
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The Williamstown Cal Ripken Rookie Team had a strong  finish to their season, which included two of three innings with three  defensive outs against a strong Pownal team.   Continuing a team tradition going back several years, coaches Steve Miller and Bernie Rhie presented players
Williamstown Con Comm Clears Way for Solar Project
Steven Wiehe of Peabody's Weston and Sampson addresses Williamstown's Conservation Commission about the landfill solar project. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Conservation Commission on Thursday OK'd plans for a 1.9-megawatt solar project on the town's capped landfill.   The
Vermont Hospital Official Says Jobs Key to Development
Economic Development Committee Chairman Jeffrey Thomas and Vice Chairwoman Karen Lartin at Monday's meeting. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The chief financial officer of Southwestern Vermont Medical Center told the town's Economic Development Committee that without an infusion of new jobs, nothing will
Changes to Mather House Project Draw Neighbors' Ire
Neighbors of the newly relocated Mather House were surprised when balconies were installed. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Despite the objections of several neighbors, the Zoning Board of Appeals this month OK'd amendments to the development plan submitted by the owner of a North Street property that is
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New North Adams Makerspace Opens on Main Street
The new Makers' Mill opened on Main Street to provide space and equipment for print and textile artisans and workshops. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The newest shop on Main Street is all about making things through community and collaboration. The North Adams Makers' Mill opened last week at 73 Main St.
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@theMarket: Don't Try to Trade This Market
Nothing really changed this week. The S&P 500 Index is up about one point from last Friday's close. It makes little sense to try and trade this market unless you are nimble and spend eight hours a day making small gains and getting out before the end of the day. We continue to trade in a tight range with markets held hostage by the
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