|Former Ambulance Manager Ordered to Repay $240K|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The former general manager of Village Ambulance pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing $240,000 from the service over a five-year period.
Albert Miller, 59, pleaded guilty to a single count of larceny, an ongoing and continuing offense.
He and his wife, Cara Miller, 58, who was the service's office manager
|Eph Women's Lacrosse 9th in National Poll|
WILIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Chris Mason's Williams College women's lacrosse team (11-1/7-1 NESCAC) has moved up from 10th in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association to ninth this week.
Williams is one of eight NESCAC teams ranked in the IWLCA's top 20 poll: Amherst (3), Trinity (6), Middlebury (7), Williams
|Williamstown Election, Meeting Registration Deadline Set|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The deadline for voter registration for the annual town election and annual town meeting is Wednesday, April 23.
The town clerk's office will remain open until 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Mail-in voter registration forms must be postmarked no later than April 23.
Residents with questions regarding the status
|Berkshire Health Systems Closing In On Deal To Acquire NBH|
Discussions for Berkshire Health Systems to take over Northern Berkshire Healthcare continued in U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems is closer to a deal to acquire the assets of Northern Berkshire Healthcare.
A status hearing on the bankruptcy proceedings of NBH
|Edith Wharton Writing Competition Winners Announced|
LENOX, Mass. — The Mount has announced the winners of the 15th annual Edith Wharton Writing Competition.
The Mount and The Berkshire Eagle established the writing competition in 1998 in support and recognition of emerging young writers in Edith Wharton's beloved Berkshire region. This year's writing competition is sponsored by
|Williamstown Board Rejects Housing Panel Developer Choice|
Mollye Wolahan of the Women's Institute for Housing and Economic Development and Elton Ogden of Berkshire Housing Development Corp. appear before the Selectmen on Tuesday.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Board of Selectmen on Tuesday decided to enter negotiations with developers who have proposed to build
| Save NARH Campaign Looks to Drum Up Wider Support|
Save NARH campaigners at the State House with state Rep. Gailanne Cariddi, left.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Save North Adams Regional Hospital campaign is hoping to broaden its support base after delivering some 12,000 petitions signature to the governor's office on Tuesday.
That includes reaching out to
|Bunny Hop Race Will Support Homeless Shelter|
Runners sport bunny ears in the first Bunny Run-Walk-Hop to End Homelessness in North Adams in 2013. This year's event is Saturday, April 19.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Spring often brings with it an increased stream of people needing emergency housing.
Which is why spring is also the perfect time for a
|What If: Engineer a New Use for North Adams Hospital|
What if there was actually an exciting new use for the existing hospital building?
What if BMC and decisionmakers determine that the present North Adams Regional Hospital structure is simply too large for the present and declining population in North Adams and Northern Berkshire?
Besides the difficult road to recovery for all of the
|Clark Art Receives $250,000 Grant For Expansion|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — MassDevelopment and the Massachusetts Cultural Council have provided a $250,000 grant to the Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute.
The Clark is using grant funds to continue its campus expansion program, including work to renovate the existing museum building, which adds 2,200 square feet of new gallery
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