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The Carpet Guy: Take Simple Steps to Protect and Care for your Carpet
Caring for your carpet is similar to taking care of yourself. Annual visits to your doctor, a proper diet, exercise, all lead to good health and hopefully, an extended life. The same is true for your carpet. An annual professional cleaning, vacuuming, spot cleaning, and catching dirt before it enters you home, all helps to keep your carpet
Donations Wanted for ABC Clothing Sale
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The ABC Clothing Sale is entering its 22nd year, and volunteers are already at work to continue this annual community event with an expanded mission and a new theme: “A Better Community.” All net proceeds from the sale will be used to serve at-risk families and youth in our area and to address issues
New Leaders Elected to Clark Board of Trustees
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — O. Andreas Halvorsen and Robert G. Scott were recently elected to lead the board of the Clark Art Institute. They succeed Peter S. Willmott, whose term ended on Dec. 31. Halvorsen will serve as chair, while Scott will serve as vice chair. Halvorsen is the co-founder and chief executive officer of Viking
Williamstown Finance Panel Begins 2016 Budget Review
Finance Committee Chairwoman K. Elaine Neely, center, conducts Wednesday's meeting that swiftly reviewed four department budget requests for fiscal 2016. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Finance Committee on Wednesday began its in-depth review of the town's budget, and so far there are no expenditures
Drury High Class Bringing Tony Winner to Perform at School
The Drury High School's Performing Arts Management class is bringing singer and songwriter Duncan Sheik to the school in April. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Drury Performing Arts Management Class will bring in Grammy and Tony-winning artist Duncan Sheik to the high school this April. Tucked away in the
'Fifty Shades of Grey': Black & Blue And in it For The Green
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Focus Features  Blindfolded, our heroine is saved from a sadomasochistic viewing of her own movie. Alas, the audience must decide if the pain outweighs the pleasure. The only film I ever
The Independent Investor: How to Make the Most Out of Social Security
Yes, it's complicated. Social Security benefits have been around since 1935 and, like taxes, have become increasingly complex through time. Most people are losing out because they don't understand the fine print. Starting today, you will, so read on. For most of us, who haven't saved a great deal during a lifetime, Social
Lanesborough School Affiliation Research Group Wraps Up Study
Carole Castonguay was elected the spokesperson to present the findings to the Board of Selectmen last Thursday. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The task force looking into school affiliation issues for the Selectmen has completed its research.   The committee presented a pro and con list for eight
BFAIR Hires New Marketing Director
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Family and Individual Resources has appointed Jennifer Civello as the director of marketing.   In her role, Civello will be primarily responsible for marketing the organization and its programming via print and electronic media, cultivating external relationships and all public relation
Women Take Center Stage at Shakespeare & Company This Summer
Above, Tina Packer, founder of Shakespeare & Company, returns this summer to a season shaped by women. Four of the seven productions are the work of contemporary women playwrights, including Jane Anderson, left, who wrote 'Mother of the Maid,' which will star Packer. It runs
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