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Greylock Alum Majumder Honored by NESCAC
MEDFORD, Mass. - Junior Nathan Majumder of the Tufts men's soccer team led the Jumbos to two victories during a hard-fought New England Small College Athletic Conference weekend and was selected as the conference's Player of the Week. Majumder, a graduate of Mount Greylock Regional School, scored two goals in both games as the
NCCC's UNITY Program Announces 2015-2016 Teen Programs
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The UNITY Program of the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition has announced its 2015-2016 youth development programs. UNITY’s popular and long-running Youth Leadership Program (YLP) and Teen Writing Workshop (TWW) will again be offered and facilitated by nbCC staff Jessica Sweeney and Adam Tobin. They are
Two Fundraisers Planned For Local Girl's Walk to Cure Diabetes Team
Noelle's Belles, a JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes team, is holding two fundraisers in October. The JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes raises funds for scientific research to better treat, prevent and ultimately cure type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the body’s immune system attacks and destroys
'62 Center 'Classroom' Offers Artistic Access to Students, Public
The Williamstown Theatre Festival is done for the year but the '62 Center will be hopping with Williams College performances and talks that are open to the public. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The '62 Center for Theatre and Dance is well known as the summer home of the Williamstown Theatre Festival, but did
'Black Mass': Very Badfellas
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Warner Bros.  Johnny Depp portrays Boston mobster Whitey Bulger in the sadistic by-the-numbers bad guy move 'Black Mass.' his is icky stuff. While gangster film fans interested
The Independent Investor: How Cell Phones Hurt Your Productivity
Forty-two years ago, when the cell phone was first invented, the new device was hailed as a major tool in boosting everyone's productivity. Today, we are discovering that the opposite is true. The cell phone has become a major distraction. Ever notice how many people on the job are making cell phone calls? Cops, clerks, nurses, brokers
Williams Harriers Host Purple Valley Classic on Saturday
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The Williams College men's and women's cross country teams will host 23 visiting men's teams and 22 visiting women's teams this Saturday at their home course at Mount Greylock Regional School.   This year's field for the Purple Valley Classic will include its first entrant from
Williams Hosts Men's Tennis ITA Regional
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The USTA/ITA New England Regional Men's Tennis Championships will be played Friday through Sunday on the Torrence M. Hunt Tournament Courts at Williams College.   Should inclement weather intrude play will be moved indoors to the Lansing Chapman Rink and the Towne Field House both on the Williams
Housing, Health Care, Top Priorities For Aging Demographics
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — By 2030 nearly all Berkshire County municipalities will have more than 60 percent of their population over the age of 50.   An effort has been mounted locally to start laying the plans for communities to be more age friendly when the baby boomer generation turns 65. The
Lanesborough Attorney Outlines School Affiliation Process
Fred Dupere, on the far left, outlined the series of legal responsibilities the town has to the agreement. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. —— It would take at least two town meeting votes to change school affiliations, according to attorney Fred Dupere.   Dupere, who represents the School
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