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Planning for Incapacity: Four Essential Documents
Preparing for worst-case scenarios brings peace of mind during the best of times. Here’s why. In 2003, Tom was a healthy 43-year-old approaching the height of his earning power and living the happiest days of his life. He had a great job that fulfilled him, a loving wife, and he was a scratch golfer to boot. Life was good. One
Local Grange Recognizes Makers of 'Shawls of Love'
Beverly Herzog, left, Sweet Brook activities coordinator Fern Tucker, Scott Bannin, Nancy Lescarbeau and Linnea Nelson. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Two local people are providing some handmade comfort to the population of Sweet Brook Care Centers. Members of the local Grange, a national organization that
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Northern Berkshire Neighbors Seeks Outreach Volunteers
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Northern Berkshire Neighbors program of the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition is seeking community-minded individuals to take part in a free Community Outreach and Civic Engagement training program. Ideal participants must be committed to making positive change in the Northern Berkshires and learning how
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American Legion Post 152 Honors Hancock Native Killed in WWII
World War II casualty Francis E. Lovejoy was 'brought home' to Hancock on Tuesday when a stone for him was laid next to his parents' graves. See more photos here. HANCOCK, Mass. — Yeoman First Class Francis E. Lovejoy was 27 years old and a newlywed on Nov. 13, 1942. He was serving aboard the
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Williamstown Housing Committee Rewriting Mission Statement
The Affordable Housing Committee is redefining its mission statement. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The town's Affordable Housing Committee is in the process of redefining its mission in light of an eventful year for the committee and the issue it addresses. The committee and the board of the Affordable
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Williamstown Elementary Holds Concert for Veterans
American Legion Post 152 Commander Ron James addresses the crowd in the Williamstown Elementary School auditorium on Monday evening. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williamstown Elementary School sixth-graders on Monday evening honored area veterans for their service and learned a lesson about the day celebrated in their
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Carr Hardware Featured in International Publication
Carr Hardware & Supply Co., with four locations in Berkshire County, has been featured in the November issue of Hardware Retailing Magazine. Carr Hardware, one of the five independently owned hardware stores featured, is being recognized for its strong niche business operations. The focus of the article brought light to the success of
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Williamstown Students to Honor Veterans in Musical Tribute
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On the eve of Veterans Day, Williamstown Elementary School will host a musical tribute to veterans tonight, Monday, Nov. 10, at 6:30 p.m. in the school's auditorium. The concert, titled "United We Honor Our Heroes, Our Home: WES Sings for our Veterans," features the Williamstown Elementary School
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Former Williams Basketball Coach Settling in at Marist
Former Wiliams basketball coach Mike Maker is settling into his new post at Marist. POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — No one is more excited about Marist College's new men's basketball coach than the man himself.   Everyone connected to the Red Foxes runs a close second.   "He
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Mill City Brings 'Crimes of the Heart' to North Adams Stage
Mill City Production is staging 'Crimes of the Heart,' a story of three sisters who come together after one shoots her abusive husband. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. – Mill City Productions graces the stage again this month with its rendering of the play "Crimes of the Heart." The Beth Henley play
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