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'The Imitation Game': A Tale of Two Enigmas
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Weinstein Company  Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) and his team of brainiacs crack the German code in 'The Imitation Game.' Psst! I'll share this with you, but please
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Williamstown Community Preservation Committee Queries 2015 Applicants
The Community Preservation Committee questioned this year's four applicants for more information ahead of its next meeting on Jan. 20. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Community Preservation Commission on Tuesday evening heard from four applicants seeking a combined total of about $64,000 in Community
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Schools Close, Delay Openings Ahead of Arctic Blast
Temperatures dropped into the single digits Wednesday afternoon and were expected to go much lower before the night was over. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Schools around the region have already announced closures or delays in anticipation of frigid temperatures on Thursday morning. The National Weather Service is
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State Fire Marshal Issues Cold Weather Fire Safety Warning
STOW, Mass. — The office of State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan has released fire safety recommendations for the frigid weather predicted this week. "Expected subfreezing temperatures will tax our heating and electrical systems as we try to stay warm, so a little caution can help you make you it safely through the extreme
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North County EATS! Restaurant Week Set for Jan. 23-Feb. 1
North Berkshire restaurants will once again have the opportunity to showcase their good “eats” during North County EATS! Restaurant Week 2015. In its second year, North County EATS is a traditional restaurant week, celebrating the fantastic culinary delights of northern Berkshire County, including restaurants from Adams, North
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FYE Location in Berkshire Mall Closing
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The FYE music store in the Berkshire Mall is planning to close. The store is currently liquidating its stock with prices 40 to 80 percent off. A FYE location in Berkshire Crossing in Pittsfield will remain open closed last year. The 30-year-old music and entertainment retailer had been struggling for years.
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New Interfaith Group Sets Founding Convention For Jan. 25
Wendy Krom, lead organizer of Berkshire Interfaith Organizing, speaks about the new group with fellow member Sam Smith during a Northern Berkshire Interfaith Action Initiative meeting in December. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — "Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil." In
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Williamstown Economic Development Committee Holds First Meeting
Jeffrey Thomas was elected chairman of the committee on which he serves with Sandra Thomas (no relation). WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The town's newly formed Economic Development Committee may be the largest committee in town, but its members want to hear more voices.   The now 11-member
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AG Rules Barton, Lanesborough School Violated Open Meeting Law
The Lanesborough Elementary School Committee has been found guilty of violating open meeting law. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The attorney general's office has found School Committee member Robert Barton guilty of violating Open Meeting law after sending out an email
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Intergenerational Orchestra to Benefit Uganda School
Local musician and music teacher James Bergin founded the Community Intergenerational Action Orchestra last year. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A Williams College lecture about a school in Uganda in September prompted a concert in December.   A December snowstorm pushed that event over to this
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