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Jobs Top List Of Reasons Young People Leave the Berkshires
Young adults are heading out of the county for lack of job opportunities. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The reason why so many young people leave the county is no surprise. Jobs.   According to a survey of nearly 3,000 young adults who have either left the county or currently live in the county shows that
Mount Greylock School Committee Talks Tax Equity, Response to Adams-Cheshire
School Committee member Chris Dodig said Tuesday that untaxed land should be factored into the district assessment because Williams College and the Clark 'add wealth to the community of Williamstown.' WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock School Committee on Tuesday debated whether the two-town
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Bissell Chosen as Greylock Federal President and CEO
Outgoing President Marilyn Sperling, new President John Bissell and Board Chairman Jerry Burke announced the hiring on Thursday. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — John Bissell is the new president and CEO of Greylock Federal Credit Union.   The credit union announced Bissell's promotion effective
Plans For Regional Emergency Mass Sheltering Sites Underway
Eammon Coughlin is heading the effort to create three regional shelters for emergencies.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Plans for large shelters to be created for emergency situations are underway and Berkshire Regional Planning Commission needs qualified volunteers to man them.   Planner Eammon
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Mount Greylock Building Committee Weighs HVAC Options
One of the many dehumidifiers in the Mount Greylock Regional School hallways. The building committee is discussing heating and air conditioning options for the proposed new school. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — While the Mount Greylock Regional School Committee tries to hold the district together, the School
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Skidmore Knocks Off Williams Men's Soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The Skidmore College Thoroughbreds (3-1) scored a goal in each half and downed Williams College (2-1) 2-0 on Cole Field Tuesday afternoon.   Skidmore opened the scoring with a long throw-in from the let side from Ben Caples that reached Nick Massiero in the middle of the 18-yard box, where it was headed into
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Lanesborough Hears Plan to Make Mount Greylock Funding More Equitable
Harley Phelps was recognized for 40 years of service to the town's Zoning Board of Appeals. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The chairman of the Mount Greylock Regional School Committee on Monday informed the Board of Selectmen that the district will be seeking a special town meeting this fall in each of Mount
Longtime Youth Sports Coach Strizzi Dies at 67
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Dennis George Strizzi was remembered on Monday as a "straight shooter" and a "really, really good person" by the high school coaches who benefited from his contributions to youth sports in Northern Berkshire County.   Strizzi, 67, died on Monday at
Entries Sought for Healthy Living Photo Contest
POWNAL, Vt. — Leaders from The Bennington Museum, Mass MoCA and the Clark Art Institute with be among the prestigious judges of Southwestern Vermont Health Care’s upcoming Healthy Living Photo Contest. Winners from two categories, youth photographers (18 years and younger) and adult photographers (19 years and older), will be
Coalition Forum Brainstorms Topics, Change of Process
Adam Hinds, the new executive director of the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition, leads his first monthly forum on Friday. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Every September, the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition meets to discuss what topics to focus on over the next nine months. This year, a lot of conversation
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