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Forum: North Berkshire Needs Focus on Health, Not Just Health Care
Dr. Mark Pettus from Berkshire Medical Center talks about the role we all need to play in our own lives to create our own health. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The most beneficial way of adding to the ongoing discussion about health care in Northern Berkshire County is to subtract the word "care." A group
Williamstown Adds Two to Economic Development Committee
Williamstown Board of Selectman Vice Chairwoman Jane Patton addresses attorney Jamie Art at Friday's special meeting. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Board of Selectmen on Friday added two names to its Economic Development Committee, bringing the total number of appointees to 12. The owners of Tsubo Massage
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Berkshire Chamber Outlines 'New way' at Annual Meeting
Esther Quinn Award winner John Bissell is shown with his wife, Melissa, son, George, and daughter, Whidbey. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Leaders of the Berkshire Chamber of Commerce called for a renewed focus on economic development at the chamber's 103rd annual meeting Friday evening at the Crowne Plaza
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MassDOT: $60M to Maintain & Fix Western Mass Bridges
The MPO was updated on the projects Tuesday afternoon. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The state is currently spending more than $60 million in maintaining the 271 bridges in Western Massachusetts.   Peter Frieri, of the Department of Transportation's District 1, said nearly $10 million is being
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Williamstown Housing Trust Awards First Mortgage Assistance Grant
Affordable Housing Trust Chairman Tom Sheldon gave a few details about the application. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Affordable Housing Trust has awarded the first grant under its newly minted Mortgage Assistance Program. On Wednesday, the trust's board voted unanimously to grant $15,000 to help a family
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@theMarket: It's All About Oil
Just three weeks to go before the end of the year, and stock markets should be celebrating. Instead, equity markets have been down as traders become increasingly spooked by the decline in oil prices. Granted, financial markets sometimes get it wrong, but the present atmosphere of fear is one for the books. Investors are afraid that oil
Are We There Yet?: Take A Moment to Breathe This Weekend
The snow is lovely on the trees. Doesn't it put you into a Christmas mood? No, I don't mean shopping and baking and hurrying around. There are lot of places to see Santa and buy lovely presents, but this weekend, I'm going to recommend taking the family to enjoy some quieter holiday activities. The First Baptist Church of
Clark Art Receives Never-Exhibited Winslow Homer Painting
Winslow Homer (American, 1836-1910), Charles Prentice Howland, 1878. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Clark Art Institute recently received the gift of a significant, rare commissioned portrait by Winslow Homer. "Charles Prentice Howland (1878)," an oil painting that has never been publicly exhibited,
Amtrak Service Begins in Greenfield, Northampton
The John W. Olver Transit Center has been waiting two years for Amtrak trains. Passenger service between Washington, D.C., and St. Albans, Vt., begins Dec. 29 with stops in Greenfield and Northampton. GREENFIELD, Mass. — Amtrak will begin Amtrak Vermonter service to Greenfield and Northampton beginning Dec.
DCR Details $2M Fix for Mount Greylock Memorial Tower
Improvements to the War Memorial will include replacing six metal halide lamps with 12 LED clusters, which need less frequent replacement. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The $2 million renovation of the War Memorial Tower at the summit of Mount Greylock in Adams will include an untested fix for water infiltration
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