|McCann Complies With 'Michael's Law': Sets CPR Training|
The School Committee approved the emergency response plan on Thursday.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — From custodians to coaches McCann Technical School is embarking on a mission to get every staff member CPR and AED certified.
Earlier this year the Legislature passed a law requiring
|Superior Court Briefs: August 8 - September 13|
Cases heard before Judge MaryLou Rup on Wednesday, August 8.
Jeffrey Vigiard, 39, of Adams had not guilty pleas entered on his behalf on single counts of aggravated rape, intimidation of a witness, burglary assault on occupant and breaking and entering in the nighttime.
Vigiard was ordered to be held at the Berkshire County House of
|@theMarket: Game Changer|
This week's announcement of a third quantitative easing program goes beyond anything the Fed has done in the past. It is open-ended, extremely positive for equities and will continue even after the economy begins to pick up its pace. The bears are dead.
This is a game changer, in my opinion, so hold on to your hats because the markets are
|MCLA Celebrates Science Center 'Topping Off'|
President Mary Grant signed her name to the top of the beam. Everyone in attendance and all of the workers wrote their name on the final piece before it was put in place.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — MCLA's new science building has bones.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts hosted a
|2012 Berkshire Alzheimer's Walk Slated for Sept. 29|
CHESHIRE, Mass. — The Alzheimer's Association 2012 Walk to End Alzheimer's will take place on the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail at Farnams Causeway on Saturday, Sept. 29.
The walk follows the accessible rail trail along scenic Cheshire Reservoir. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the kick-off ceremony begins at 9. Participants may walk as
|Program Hopes to Provides Support to Veterans Families|
Kathy McCarthy holds up the thank-you cards she had printed, with sayings on the backs, to give to veterans and family members.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — More than 2 million Americans have served in Afghanistan and Iraq, two of the nation's longest wars. Up to a quarter of them are
|Williamstown Planners Set Long-Range Goals|
Chairwoman Ann McCallum divvied up long-range issues for the board members to research.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Planning Board kept its eye on the big picture and the minutiae of zoning laws at its Tuesday meeting.
Chairwoman Ann McCallum directed and her colleagues divvied
|Northern Berkshire United Way Names Co-Chairs For 2012-13|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The North Berkshire United Way will kick off its annual campaign drive on this month with the traditional breakfast meeting and the introduction of this year's campaign chairman.
The co-chairman for 2012-13 are Osmin F. Alvarez, president and chief executive officer of Boxcar Media LLC, and Robert G. Abel, president
|Lanesborough Briefs:Contract Set With New Administrator|
LANESBOROUGH, Mass — The Board of Selectmen reached a three-year contract with new Town Administrator Paul Sieloff for $70,000.
Sieloff accepted the job offer and entered into negotiations two weeks ago.
He will become the town's first full-time town administrator after Paul Boudreau
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