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BCREB Chair Calls For More Public, Private Partnerships
Albert Ingegni III was the keynote speaker at the Berkshire Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Wednesday where he spoke of the efforts of the Berkshire County Regional Employment Board. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Government can't simply create jobs. But, it can help private companies create them, according to
High Schoolers Giving Encore Performances of Spring Musicals
Evelyn Mahon and Nicole Jones from Mount Greylock Regional High School will reprise their roles from 'Guys and Dolls' onstage at The Colonial with more than 100 other high school students on May 2. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Getting from Mount Greylock Regional School in Williamstown to Mount Everett Regional
Williamstown Fetes Faulkners on Retirement
Carl and Marilyn Faulkner unwrap a retirement gift at a reception at the Williams Inn on Tuesday night. See more photos here. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Carl and Marilyn Faulkner have been hosting parties and events for 35 years at the Williams Inn. On Tuesday evening, the tables were turned as more than 100
State Committee Hears Testimony on Drug Epidemic
State Sen. Jennifer Flanagan, D-Leominster, is leading a special committee seeking to craft legislation related to opiod abuse and treatment. She was joined at a public hearing Tuesday by Sen. Benjamin B. Downing and Mayor Richard Alcombright. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Training, support
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GOP Candidate Baker Preaches Jobs, Schools & Communities
Charlie Baker, in the middle, introduces himself to voters at Joe's Diner in Lee on Tuesday. LEE, Mass. — Republican Charlie Baker says if he is elected governor, every time state revenues increase it will all go back to cities and towns. The gubernatorial candidate met with potential voters over lunch
Village Ambulance Recovering From Embezzlement
Dr. Erwin Stuebner told the board that new safeguards are in place to ensure Village Ambulance's financial security. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Village Ambulance Service is recovering from a major theft of its funding. The Selectmen on Monday heard a report from the president of the board of the nonprofit
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Williamstown Selectmen Reaffirm Housing Decision
The selectmen on Monday reaffirmed their decision to build affordable housing only on Cole Avenue. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Board of Selectmen on Monday tacitly rejected a last-ditch appeal from the Affordable Housing Committee.   The board authorized Town Manager Peter Fohlin to negotiate
BMC Offers $4M for Bankrupt Northern Berkshire Healthcare
Berkshire Medical Center has set an initial bid of $4 million to acquire the assets of bankrupt Northern Berkshire Healthcare, including North Adams Regional Hospital. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Medical Center is offering $4 million to buy the assets of the bankrupt Northern Berkshire Healthcare. The
Humane Race Takes to the Streets on May 3
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Dozens upon dozens of dogs and animal lovers will hit the streets of Williamstown on Saturday, May 3, for the 12th annual Humane Race. This annual fundraiser for the Berkshire Humane Society is a 5K Fun Run or 1 Mile Walk with or without a dog through Williamstown and Williams College. Race check-in and
Williams Baseball Sweeps Hamilton
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams swept Hamilton in a NESCAC West doubleheader on Sunday afternoon at Williams’ Bobby Coombs Field. The Ephs won 2-1 in game one and 6-3 in game two.  With the results, Williams moves to 10-14 (6-5 NESCAC West), while Hamilton falls to 9-14 (2-9 NESCAC West). In game one, the Ephs sent
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