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Williamstown Selectmen Asked to Adopt Hospital Resolution
Jean Vankin asks the Board of Selectmen to adopt a resolution on hospital service in North Adams. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Two residents on Tuesday asked the Board of Selectmen to adopt a resolution urging Berkshire Health Systems and state officials to return full hospital
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Electric Customers In 10 Berkshire Towns Seeing Group Benefits
Residents in 10 towns now have the option of purchasing their power at a lower rate through an electrical aggregation agreement, but they will still be customers of National Grid or WMECo. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Residents in 10 Berkshire towns now have the benefit of obtaining a lower electric rate
@theMarket: Are We There Yet?
No, is the short answer to that headline. The S&P 500 Index needs to test 1,905 or thereabouts before all is said and done. You might ask why. The talking heads will tell you weak data in Europe is at fault. Others will blame the recent strength in the dollar. Then there is the uncertainty of the mid-term elections now less than a
Are We There Yet?: Help Find a Cure for Type One Diabetes
This column is brought to you by the department of shameless promotions. But keep reading. It's for a good reason! I have a little girl who has been living with type one diabetes for four years now. She wears two "gadgets" attached to her body, deals with blood sugar highs and lows, and never really feels
'Milestone' for Mount Greylock School Project: Manager Selected
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Building Committee on Wednesday made its choice for an owner's project manager to help guide the district through the Massachusetts School Building Authority process.   The OPM is required by state law on all building projects
'Gone Girl': Gives You a Run for Your Money
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Twentieth Century Fox  Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike's married couple are at the center of a twisty mystery in 'Gone Girl.' Even the twists have turns in David Fincher's
The Independent Investor: Why Is This Recovery Different?
The stock markets are at record highs. Interest rates are at record lows. The unemployment rate is below 6 percent and yet, most Americans are unhappy. They are not feeling the recovery. Why? The answer to that question is complicated. But let's start with the financial crisis. Like the Crash of 1929, the events of 2008-2009 were also
Williamstown-Lanesborough Superintendent Search Progressing
The superintendency committee for Williamstown and Lanesborough elementary schools heard an update on the superintendent search committee and elected Valerie Hall, left, as its chairman. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The search committee for the next superintendent of Williamstown's and Lanesborough's schools
Deadline to Register to Vote is Oct. 15
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The deadline to register to vote in the Tuesday, Nov. 4, state election is Wednesday Oct. 15, for all municipalities in the state. City and town clerks' offices will be open until 8 p.m. on that day; smaller towns, such as Clarksburg, will have registration from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8. Voters can check their voter
Mount Greylock Grad Returns to Read Best-Selling Poems
Mount Greylock High graduate Diana Sabot Whitney will read from her works at Water Street Books on Thursday. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Diana Sabot Whitney is a Williamstown native, an alumna of Mount Greylock Regional School, a Junior Olympics medalist, a Rhodes Scholar, a syndicated columnist and, as of
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