|Williams Men's Basketball Team Rallies Past Springfield|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Freshman guard Bobby Casey converted a three-point play with 34.4 seconds remaining to give the Williams College men's basketball team a 70-62 lead over the Springfield College Pride and put the game out of reach.
The Ephs (6-2) went on to win Saturday by a final score of 72-62 after overcoming a
|Kuster, Paris Lead Team to Youth League Win|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Tate Kuster scored 10 points and Derek Paris added nine to lead MacFarlane Office Supplies to a 25-22 win over Mickle Electric on Wednesday in the Lanesborough-Williamstown Youth Basketball Association.
For Mickle, Thomas Martin scored 11 points and Alex Axt scored four.
|@theMarket: Where Oil Goes, So Goes the Market|
Stocks had a tough week. All averages are now negative for the year once again and will continue to go lower until oil finds a bottom or the market disconnects from energy prices. The problem with that scenario is that no one knows if and when that will occur.
The price of crude is down 14 percent since December 1 and 35 percent since May.
|Williams Wrestlers Blank Trinity|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass – The Williams College wrestling team opened the dual match portion of its season with a 53-0 win over Trinity (0-2) in historic Lasell Gym.
The Ephs entered their first dual match of the year off a fourth-place finish at the York (Pa.) College Invitational where Jake Savoca (149), Jorge Lopez
|The Independent Investor: Did the Digital Grinch Steal Christmas?|
Ever notice that however hard you try, the Christmas season is simply not what it once was? The routines and traditions you remember so fondly from your youth have somehow faded away. The digital age has transformed the holidays, and for some of us, the experience has been a mixed blessing.
When I was a kid, we left cookies and milk for
|'Brooklyn': A Movie Destination|
Once upon a time, there were many more movies made like "Brooklyn" ... films that had a beginning, middle and end, and told a good story with a philosophical lesson or two to take home.
Oh, they weren't always as well realized as this coming-of-age saga about a young woman who emigrates from Ireland to Brooklyn in search of
|CHP Affliates with North County Medical Practices|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Community Health Programs, working to improve primary-care access in Northern Berkshire, has expanded to include and grow two medical practices in Adams and North Adams, as of Dec. 1.
The CHP expansion northward brings another 5,000 patients under the umbrella of Community Health Programs, reflecting 15 percent
|Third-Grader Collects Items for Veterans Instead of Birthday Gifts|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass.- Terra Crews just turned 9 years old, but she already has a heart bigger than many adults.
Terra, a third-grader at St. Stanislaus Kostka School, wanted to do something different for her birthday last weekend. So instead of asking for presents, she asked her friends to bring items to donate to local veterans. She then
|Williamstown Elementary to Give PARCC Test This Spring|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williamstown Elementary School will administer the PARCC assessment test this spring in preparation for the commonwealth's move to a PARCC-MCAS hybrid exam in spring 2017.
Superintendent Douglas Dias told the School Committee on Wednesday that he decided to make the move after consulting with all
|Williamstown Remembers Richard DeMayo|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Richard DeMayo was remembered Thursday for his warmth, his knowledge, his smile and, most of all, his dedication to the town of Williamstown.
DeMayo, a civic leader who has served the town in a variety of capacities for decades, died on Thursday.
"He set an incredibly high standard
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