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'Ice Bucket Challenge' Soaks Berkshire County
The Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS is pouring into the Berkshires. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The "Ice Bucket Challenge," is a new phenomenon that has hit across social media networks and gone viral; all to raise awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. And Berkshire County is part of the
Mr. Dirt Series Returns to Lebanon Valley
WEST LEBANON, N.Y. — Three Berkshire County drivers figure to be in the mix on Thursday, Aug. 14, when the Mr. Dirt Track USA tour makes its annual stop at Lebanon Valley Speedway. The event is part of the Super Dirtcar Series that kicks off each February in Florida and ends up back below the Mason-Dixon Line at the Dirt Track of
Villari's Martial Arts of Williamstown Marks 25 Years
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Villari’s Martial Arts Centers of Williamstown has been serving the region for a quarter century, and to celebrate, it is offering a special $25 introductory rate. For a limited time, new students age 5 and up will pay just $25 for one month of unlimited group lessons, an official uniform and school patch
Housatonic Railroad Optimistic About Regional Passenger Line
The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission held a hearing last week on the potential for passenger rail to New York City. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Realization of passenger rail access from New York City to the Berkshires is still years away and contingent on as-yet undeclared commitments from Connecticut,
Clark Art Expanding Reach, International Collaborations
The Clark is developing its international and national collaborations. Above, bronzes from the Shanghai Museum currently on view. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Clark Art Institute's recent reopening brought its world-traveling collection back home. But the Clark's international cred was firmly
Kushi Summer Conference Features Healthy Food Truck
Andrea Beaudoin and her macrobiotic food truck will be at the 2014 Kushi Institute Summer Conference's local Berkshire food and vendor fair Sunday from noon to 4. BECKET, Mass. — Food trucks are everywhere — even here in the Berkshires. Following Saturday's mini food truckfest at the
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Attorney General Candidate Healey Boasts Experience
Maura Healey spent Friday meeting voters in Pittsfield. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Maura Healey has always been the underdog.   She was the underdog as "5-foot-4 scrappy point guard" in her former professional basketball career and she was the underdog when she sued, and won, the federal
NCAA Looks to Trim Division III Playoffs
While the national media this week focused on news about paying college players and realigning big-time Division I athletics, a major decision announced on Friday could have ramifications for the athletic programs at Williams College, the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Southern Vermont College and about 500 other Division III colleges
Annual Pow Wow Returns to Bowe Field in Adams
ADAMS, Mass. — The 9th annual Rock, Rattle & Drum Pow Wow commences Saturday at Bowe Field. This year's theme is "Living in Harmony, Fulfilling Our Destiny" and it will be packed with music, music, dance, education, arts, food and crafts representing and celebrating Native American culture. Everyone is welcome to
@theMarket: Geopolitical Risk Trumps Economic Growth
The front page of most newspapers on Friday featured at least three hot spots around the world that has investors worried. None of them may be anything to worry about over the long-term, but over the next few weeks they have the potential to drive the stock market lower. You may ask, why now? After all, the situation in Ukraine has been
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