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Williams Promotes Four to Tenured Positions
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Following the recommendation of the Committee on Appointments and Promotions, the Williams College Board of Trustees Executive Committee has voted to promote four faculty to the position of associate professor with tenure. The vote will be ratified by the full board in January, and the promotions will take
Lee Restaurant Owner Supports Meals on Wheels
LEE, Mass. — Timothy Spence runs the successful Timothy's Restaurant and Pizzeria on Main Street in Lee. He has always understood that running a small business in a small town means being an active part of the community and is always thinking about ways to make a difference in the area. So this season, he chose to partner with
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Williamstown 2016: Construction and Contention
Accord beat acrimony in our annual roundup of Williamstown's top stories.   But just barely.   In many respects, it was a tumultuous year for the administration of the town's public schools, but the school system also was the scene of an agreement that will have an impact the region for decades to
Ramunto's Pizza & Pub Opens in North Adams
The restaurant also offers pub fare, nearly two dozen craft beers and wine. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Ramunto's Brick Oven Pizza got a work out on Wednesday as dozens of friends, family and acquaintances packed into the city's newest restaurant. It was test run for Christmas weekend opening for the combination sports
Williamstown Community Preservation Committee Sees Seven Applicants
The Conservation Commission seeks $19,000 for the restoration of the historic 1926 Stone Hill Bench. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Seven petitioners seeking a total of $189,501 have submitted applications to the Community Preservation Committee for fiscal 2018, according to the town website on Sunday.   The deadline
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@theMarket: Stocks Bump & Grind Toward Christmas
No surprise that stocks took a break this week. Profit-taking from the election rally has been the main theme over the last few days for investors and could continue through the New Year. As traders desert their desks for holiday shopping (present company included), volumes have petered out as world markets experience a consolidation.
Biz Briefs: South County Bakers Develop Treats for Dogs
Gone to the dogs: The two-woman pastry team at The Old Inn on the Green and its casual sister property The Southfield Store -- Amanda Perreault and Cynthia Walton -- spend their days creating a dizzying array of sweet treats for humans. Their cakes, tarts, pies, cookies, breakfast goodies and more are lusciously displayed at The Southfield
Coalition Names Besaw Permanent Executive Director
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Northern Berkshire Community Coalition is currently focused on community pride, and there's no one more proud to lead that effort than Amber Besaw. Besaw, who has been acting as interim executive director of NBCC since Adam Hinds stepped aside last spring to wage his successful campaign for a state Senate
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