|Williamstown Fire District Again Looks to Purchase Lehovec Property|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Fire District is headed to Round 3 on its attempts to purchase a Main Street parcel on which to build a new fire station.
The three-person Prudential Committee, which governs the district, has scheduled a special meeting for Wednesday at 2 p.m. at which the committee is expected to
|Ryan Leads Berkshire Adult Baseball League Team to Win|
Pat Ryan homered and drove in seven runs recently as the Adams Aces scored 21 wins to win over the Outlaws and clinch first place in the regular season in the 35-year-old division of the Berkshire Adult Baseball League.
Matt Witek threw a complete game for the Aces, who improved to 12-1 this season.
|Mount Greylock Grad Wins Iron Division at Pedal & Plod|
ADAMS, Mass. -- If competitive high school cycling was a thing in this neck of the woods, Evan Arthur might have found the sport sooner.
And he probably would have done quite well for himself.
Instead, all he did in four years at Mount Greylock was help continue the school’s runs of eight straight Western
|Lanesborough Raises Questions On School Regionalization Vote|
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The long-discussed vote on regionalization of the Lanesborough-Williamstown schools goes to the voters on Nov. 14.
The Board of Selectmen set that date for a special town meeting to handle the question of whether or not Williamstown and Lanesborough should join together with Mount Greylock Regional as
|Berkshires Beat: Williamstown Residents Riding in Pan-Mass Challenge|
Quite a challenge: On Aug. 5 and 6, three riders from Williamstown will cycle up to 192 miles in the Pan-Mass Challenge with the goal of raising $48 million for critical research and cancer care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. During PMC weekend, Laurie Thomsen, Kris Herman and Sam Smith from Williamstown will join the more than 6,200
|Williamstown to Mark Margaret Lindley Park's 50th Anniversary|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Margaret Lindley Park has been a destination for generations of area youngsters and anyone looking for a cool spot on a hot summer day.
But there are still people who do not fully appreciate the little park near the junction of Routes 7 and 2 in South Williamstown.
Organizers of an Aug.
|McCann School's District Towns Getting Some Funds Back|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Some towns in the Northern Berkshire Regional School District are going to see a little bit of relief in their assessments, and others will get turnbacks of transportation funds.
Superintendent James Brosnan told the McCann School Committee on Thursday that now that the state budget has passed, he
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