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Williamstown Officials Drafting Amendment on Waubeeka Bylaw
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Waubeeka Golf Links zoning bylaw discussion is headed back to the Planning Board. Town Manager Jason Hoch and Community Development Director Andrew Groff said Tuesday they are drafting an amendment to the bylaw on the annual town meeting warrant, and they hope the Planning Board will use the draft as a basis
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Williamstown League of Women Voters Sets Candidate Forums
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The League of Women of Williamstown is sponsoring four forums for the candidates in contested races for town offices. The public is invited to attend and participate. All forums will be held in the Seletmen's Room at Town Hall and will be taped by Willinet. Candidates will make opening and closing
Williamstown Superintendent: Preschool will Meet Children's Needs
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Budget season for Williamstown Elementary School has seen a number of twists and turns since an initial budget presentation to the School Committee back in February. But one thing remains consistent: the decision to scale back the school's prekindergarten program by eliminating a full-day option. The
Crowded Fields on Williamstown Town Election Ballot
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Bring out your lawn signs. The Village Beautiful will see four contested races in the May 10 town election, with multiple candidates running for seats on the Board of Selectmen, Williamstown Elementary School Committee and Planning Board. Current Selectmen Chairwoman Jane Patton is standing for re-election
@theMarket: Economy Stronger, Stocks Weaker
Investors can expect the stock market to carve out a new trading range over the next few weeks. The good news is that range will be higher than it has been all year. The bad news is that we should not expect a repeat performance of March. March was a good month for the S&P 500 Index. Stocks gained about 3 percent, and as of today, are
Williamstown Community Preservation Panel Finalizes Warrant Articles
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Community Preservation Committee on Tuesday approved the warrant articles it recommends for approval at May's annual town meeting. The CPC is recommending the town fund six new requests with funds generated from the Community Preservation Act surcharge on local property taxes. Since adopting the CPA
The Independent Investor: Long-Term Care Insurance Should Be on Your Agenda
As Baby Boomers grow into their 60s, the possibility that at some point soon you may need long-term care becomes a real possibility. Since that kind of care can cost $250 a day or more, depending on where you live, it makes sense to at least consider buying insurance. For those of us who are 65 or older, the odds are that at least 70
'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice': The World is Too Much with Them
Remember when you were little and the kids on the block would argue who was greater, Batman or Superman? The ragamuffins on Dewey Street were evenly divided, pretty much the way they were between the Yankees and the Dodgers. Frankly, it was a no-brainer to me. The Yanks had The Mick, and, while Batman had all sorts of gadgetry, Superman had
Williamstown Finance Committee Advises Mount Greylock on Debt Repayment
Town Manager Jason Hoch addresses the Finance Committee. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Finance Committee on Wednesday voted to recommend that the Mount Greylock School Committee aggressively pay down debt on the addition/renovation project at the junior-senior high school. At its annual meeting to review all town meeting
Williams Softball Sweeps Tufts
MEDFORD, Mass. -- Senior Tayler Donze went 5-for-7 with a pair of doubles, three runs scored and two RBIs as the Williams College softball team swept a double-header at Tufts on Wednesday, 6-4 and 6-5. The Ephs, 4-0 since returning home from their Florida spring trip, improved to 12-3 overall. Tufts, playing their home and New England
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