|Mount Greylock Invited to MSBA's Feasibility Stage|
Mount Greylock School was formally invited into the MSBA's feasibility study stage on Wednesday morning.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The good news just keeps coming for the Mount Greylock Regional School building project.
Less than two months after the project's feasibility study
|Images Cinema Hires New Executive Director|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Images Cinema has hired a veteran in the field of film exhibitions and programming as the organization's new executive director.
Doug Jones was most recently associate director of programming at the Los Angeles Film Festival and Film Independent. The festival showcases the best of American and international
|Classical Beat: Concerts Blossom Throughout the Region|
Come August, the summer high season for classical music blossoms, with a glorious profusion of "fiori musicali" throughout the region.
The mind reels with the diversity of it all: opera in concert, concerto and symphony, the ever-popular John Williams' Film Night – all at Tanglewood; a recital for cello and piano of
|The Best Small Town in America|
Everyone has their own favorite and usually it's the town they grew up in or live in, or at least I hope many can feel that way about where they live.
Take Williamstown for example. Is Williamstown the best small town in America? Here are some reasons to consider it just might be (and in future blogs I'll probably cover other towns
|Dark Matters; Williamstown Theatre Festival Gets Serious|
Sam Rockwell and Nina Arianda in 'Fool for Love' at Williamstown Theatre Festival this week.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — As the calendar turns to August, the days get shorter and evenings get a little bit darker — particularly at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
The WTF this
|Williamstown Public Safety Building Committee to Pursue RFP|
The Public Safety Building Study Committee expressed some frustration that its efforts to determine the suitability of the so-called Lehovec property have so far come to naught.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The town's Public Safety Building Study Committee is still interested in the Main Street parcel
|GMO-Label Bill Stuck in Ways & Means Committee|
Above, non-GMO High Mowing Farm seeds at Berkshire Organics in Dalton; left, a label on a cereal box. A bill to require GMO labeling on foods and seeds is stuck in committee on Beacon Hill.
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — With the clocking counting down to the end of the legislative session
|Williamstown Town, Fire Discuss Coordinating Annual Meetings|
Selectmen Chairman Ronald Turbin and Jane Patton review minutes from a prior meeting on Monday evening. Patton filled in the board on conversations about possibly moving the Fire District's annual meeting to the same day as town meeting.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — There has been a lot of talk over the
|Wilber Off to Strong Start at YMCA Nationals|
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Monument Mountain's Maeve Wilber got off to a strong start on Monday at the YMCA National Long Course swimming championships.
Wilber clocked a time of 58.73 seconds in the 100-meter butterfly, putting her 14th out of 163 girls competing in 21 preliminary heats.
The fastest time of the
|Mount Greylock Alums Reunite to Play at Reunion|
Members of the class of 1974 and '75 jam at the Youth Center on Friday before reuniting at the class '74 event on Saturday night.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Some veterans of the local music scene Friday recaptured a little of their youth at the Williamstown Youth Center.
Four members of Mount Greylock
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