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Free state and federal tax prep for incomes under $52K
Four non-profit community organizations have partnered to offer free tax preparation services to Berkshire County households with income less than $52,000. Some of these households may also qualify for an Earned Income Tax Credit of up to $6,044. With funding from the Berkshire United Way, the Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity,
Williamstown Theatre Festival announces Nikos offerings
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - The Williamstown Theatre Festival's 2014 season is starting to take shape. This week the Festival announced two of the plays to be performed on the Nikos Stage this summer. The East Coast premiere of "A Great Wilderness" by Samuel D. Hunter will be performed from July 9-20. After decades as the
Are We There Yet?: March starts off with a whoosh
The town of Adams is throwing a party, and you are all invited. Adams is known for its awesome affairs, like the Susan B. Anthony Street Fair to the Fall Run party to the Columbus Day RambleFest extravaganza. So this weekend's shindig - ThunderFest at the Adams Visitors Center on Saturday, March 1 - should be no different. ThunderFest
Mill City Productions Uncorks Cabaret Fundraiser
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Mill City Productions will hold its annual Cabaret Uncorked fundraiser on Saturday, March 1, at 7 p.m. at Western Gateway Heritage State Park. Liz Urban, artistic director for the theater company, said the event will feature a wine tasting, a silent auction, a live cabaret, and a dance party that all will benefit
Waubeeka Golf May Have Buyer Waiting in the Wings
Rumors are flying that a buyer has emerged for Waubeeka Golf Links. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — There may be good news for one of North County's public golf courses, and a bogie for another. There are rumors that a deep-pocketed local connection to Williamstown is interested in acquiring Waubeeka Golf
'Pompeii': Molten Mediocrity
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   TriStar Pictures 'Pompeii' features plenty of effects, romance and lava. Director Paul W.S. Anderson's "Pompeii," incorporating a fictitious love story within the
District Attorney Capeless Seeking Re-election
David Capeless, pictured here at a 2011 press conference, will be seeking re-election in the fall of 2014. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — District Attorney David Capeless will seek re-election. Capeless announced his intent Thursday morning in a statement outlining initiatives he had begun
Williamstown CPC Votes to Fund Four Applications
Community Preservation Committee Chairman Philip McKnight, right, and Secretary Mark Reinhardt at Tuesday's meeting. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Community Preservation Committee on Tuesday voted to recommend that town meeting fund four proposals totaling about $260,500. The big-ticket item is a $100,000
North Adams Hires New Library Director
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The North Adams Public Library has a new director in Mindy Hackner. Hackner has been director of the Dalton Free Library for the past year after 17 years at the Milne Public Library in Williamstown. Her appointment was announced on Wednesday by the library Board of Trustees and Mayor Richard
Thunderbolt Ski Race a Go For Saturday
'Thunder' weekend is a go with enough snow to put on the famed Thunderbolt Ski Race, a second back-country race and the popular ThunderFest. ADAMS, Mass. — After two years' absence, the Thunderbolt Ski Race returns with proper snow conditions and a new longer race this weekend. After the race
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