|Attorney General Candidate Shares Views in Pittsfield|
AG candidate Maura Healey met with voters on Saturday in Pittsfield.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Maura Healey has already overseen half of the attorney general's office. Now, she wants to take it all over.
With Attorney General Martha Coakley now seeking election as governor, Healey has launched a campaign to
|Hancock Voters Decide to Stay With Mount Greylock|
Hancock voters weigh in on whether the town should continue sending its children to Mount Greylock Regional School.
HANCOCK, Mass. — Town meeting voters on Monday overwhelmingly decided to continue the town's tuition agreements with Mount Greylock Regional School and Charles H. McCann Technical
|Letter Carriers Food Drive Set For May 10|
PITTSFIELD, Mass — Local branch #286 of the National Association of Letter Carriers and Postal Workers, in conjunction with Berkshire United Way, Berkshire Youth United and Berkshire Community Action Council, will be running a Food Drive on Saturday, May 10.
Letter carriers will be collecting non-perishable food items for distribution
|Women's Lacrosse Earns NCAA Tourney At-Large Berth|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – After dancing all over New England, eastern New York, and one trip to New Hampshire for practice and "home" games, Chris Mason's Williams College women's lacrosse team (13-4) has been rewarded with an invite to the "Big Dance" – the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
The Ephs will be making
|Amherst Defeats Ephs to Earn NESCAC Title|
BRUNSWICK, Maine — The women's tennis team (19-2/7-2 NESCAC) fell just short of claiming a NESCAC Championship title, losing to rival Amherst 5-1. Amherst'S (19-3/9-0 NESCAC) win marked the eighth time in the last 10 years that they have won the conference title. The only two loses the Ephs have had this year have come at the
|Williams at New Englands Rowing Championships|
WORCESTER, Mass. — It was a strong day for the Ephs at the New England Rowing Championships on Saturday at Lake Quinsigamond. Williams crew entered four eights into this championship race.
Coming into the weekend, the Ephs were excited to test their speed against some new competitors. In the morning, the Williams crews went into
|Ephs Lose NESCAC Men's Tennis Semis to Amherst|
BRUNSWICK, Maine — The dream of a repeat NESCAC Championship ended Saturday afternoon in the semifinals for the Ephs, as they were defeated by the Lord Jeffs of Amherst College by the margin of 5-1.
With the win, the Jeffs reach the 30-win milestone for their season, putting their record at 30-3, while the Ephs drop to
|Ephs women’s lacrosse fall to Amherst 9-4 in NESCAC Semi-Finals|
HARTFORD, Conn. — The Williams College women's lacrosse team (14-4, 7-3 NESCAC) fell to Amherst (16-1, 10-1 NESCAC) 9-4 in the semi-final round of the NESCAC tournament when Rachel Passarelli converted her fifth goal of the game to give the Jeffs a 6-3 lead that would start off a four-goals streak.
In their first trip to the
|Tufts University Men's Lacrosse 17, Williams College 6|
MEDFORD, Mass. — The seventh-ranked Tufts men's lacrosse team avenged its only NESCAC regular-season loss with a 17-6 victory over Williams College in the conference championship semi-finals Saturday at Bello Field.
The No. 1 seed Jumbos (15-2) advance to the NESCAC championship game for the sixth straight year and for the
|NCAA Division III: Williams Takes Bowdoin 5-3 in Tennis Semifinals|
BRUNSWICK, Maine — The NESCAC semifinals for women’s tennis were held on the campus of Bowdoin College on Saturday morning. With their win over Trinity on Friday, the hosts booked their place in the semifinals against the Ephs.
The Polar Bears put in a valiant effort to stretch four matches to third sets in singles, but they
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