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Mount Greylock Alum Jaffe Returns to Perform Benefit Concert
Ben Jaffe, seen here with bandmate Suzanne Santo, is a 2003 graduate of Mount Greylock Regional High School in Williamstown, where he is returning to play a benefit concert on April 11. (Courtesy photo) WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — They are words that many can relate to. "I miss my friends, my old school
Bankruptcy Court Makes Emergency Services A Priority
Members of the Massachusetts Nurses Association rally outside the federal courthouse in Springfield. SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge agreed on Monday that reopening emergency services in North Berkshire was a priority. There is a question, however, on where those services could be
Ta Bellas Italian Restaurant Opens in North Adams
'Chef Alex' and owner Farhi Karakaya are reopening MediTerra in North Adams as an Italian restaurant. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — New restaurant Ta Bellas is bringing Italian cuisine back to North Adams. Owner Fahri Karakaya has reopened Mediterra on Main Street as an Italian restaurant, which the city has
New North Adams Library Director Settling In
Mindy Hackner is settling in as the North Adams library's new director. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The historic North Adams Public Library has a new director. But she's not new to North Berkshire. Mindy Hackner worked at the David and Joyce Milne Public Library in Williamstown for nearly 18 years,
Green Rainbow Party Places 3 Candidates on Statewide Ballot
Both Daniel Factor and Ian Jackson gave stump speeches at the meet and greet event. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Green Rainbow party is putting three candidates on the statewide ballot. Last week, two of the three rallied party members at the Rainbow Restaurant, just a few weeks prior to when the campaign
Mount Greylock Building Committee: Keep Choice, Tuition Students
The Mount Greylock Building Committee votes in favor of an enrollment projection that includes school choice and tuition students. The lone dissenter, Lanesborough's John Goerlach, is second from the left. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Building Committee on Thursday
@theMarket: A Crowded Trade
Just about everyone on Wall Street has jumped aboard the bandwagon by now. Sure there are some that still think the market can go higher but the vast majority of investors are now expecting a major pullback. Welcome to what's called a crowded trade. Pundits are elbowing their way into the limelight on a daily basis sounding warnings of
Williams College Buys Williams Inn, Brings in Manager
Marilyn and Carl Faulkner are retiring after running the Williams Inn for 35 years. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — For 35 years, Marilyn and Carl Faulkner have owned and managed the Williams Inn on Main Street.   On Friday, they announced they are ready for their next
The Independent Investor: Obamacare Confounds Critics
Despite a coordinated and well-financed effort to sabotage and overturn the Affordable Care Act, the open enrollment numbers this week indicate there is a groundswell of support by Americans for a universal and effective health-care coverage. That may surprise some of you but not this columnist. Back in the day, I lived through the
Arch Street Meets With Williamstown Housing Panel
Richard Relich, left, and Colin O'Keefe address the Williamstown Affordable Housing Committee. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The only developer to propose subsidized housing on both town-owned sites under consideration explained Thursday why it made sense to develop both brownfield sites
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