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Holiday Hours: Memorial Day
Photo Courtesy of U.S. Army Arlington National Cemetery is the nation's first federal military cemetery. A ceremony is held each Memorial Day at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Memorial Day is being celebrated Monday, May 25. It is a federal holiday observing the sacrifices of the
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Memorial Day Events 2015
Below is a list of this year's Memorial Day parades and ceremonies that will be updated as the information becomes available. All events are on Monday, May 25, unless otherwise noted. Holiday closings can be found here. Adams The parade will step off at 10 a.m. from the former Adams Memorial Middle School and conclude with the
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The Independent Investor: Will Memorial Day Kick Off a Strong Summer?
Brace yourself for a crowded holiday weekend. This year the kickoff to the summer season will see 37.2 million Americans take to the roads. It will be the strongest volume in travel in over a decade. And the summer is only beginning. The joyful combination of low gasoline prices and a stronger economy is expected to improve the economic
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Lanesborough FinCom Will Support Mount Greylock Budget Request
The Board of Selectmen were not happy that the Finance Committee opted to support the school instead of the board. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The Finance Committee is supporting Mount Greylock High School's budget, to the chagrin of the Selectmen.   The Selectmen previously voted to short
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Dr. Merselis Awarded Honorary Business Doctorate From Antioch
Dr. John Merselis accepts his honorary doctorate at Antioch University New England’s commencement exercises on Saturday. KEENE, N.H. — Antioch University New England bestowed longtime trustee Dr. John G. Merselis Jr. of Williamstown with an honorary doctorate degree in business at its commencement
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Williams Women's Tennis Wins 7th NCAA Title in Eight Years
MASON, Ohio – In a clash of NCAA Division III women's tennis titans it was only fitting that it would take just under five hours to find a difference between the No. 1 ranked Ephs of Williams College and No. 2 ranked Eagles of Emory University.   Eph sophomore Linda Shin prevailed in three sets at number two singles to
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'Mad Max: Fury Road': Insane Is More Like it
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Warner Bros.  The insane and grotesque vie with hope and change in a furious mix of mechanical mayhem on Fury Road. If it were indeed the future, and we had the technology to download
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Williams Grant Recipients Show Off Fruits of Their Labor
Perry Burdick from McCann Technical School shows off the robot that McCann students built in an after-school robotics program made possible by an Olmsted Award grant from Williams College. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — What do robots, websites, books on bullying and youth choruses all have in common? In North
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Lift Ev'ry Voice Festival Announces Summer Lineup
Lift Ev'ry Voice Festival co-Chairwoman Shirley Edgerton, left, Susan Wissler, executive director of The Mount,  and festival co-Chairman Don Quinn Kelley. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Back for its third year, the Lift Ev'ry Voice Festival will be celebrating African-American heritage and freedom in the
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Williamstown Voters to Shoppers: Bring Your Own Bag
Selectmen Thomas Sheldon, Jane Patton and Ronald Turbin vote for the anti-plastic bag bylaw. Selectmen Hugh Daley and Andrew Hogeland voted with the minority of town voters against the ban, urging more opportunity for community input. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Town meeting on Tuesday evening passed bylaws
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