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Eggs & Issues Event Focuses on Rail Cars, Development
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Chamber of Commerce will hold an informational breakfast titled "Eggs & Issues" at the Country Club of Pittsfield, 639 South St., on Thursday, Jan. 23,  from 8 to 9:30 a.m. The event is sponsored by United Personnel and will feature David Curtis, economic development specialist at
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Pine Cobble Releases First Term Honor, Effort Rolls
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Pine Cobble School announced the 2013-2014 first term high honor, honor and effort/citizenship rolls for its upper school students.   The criteria for earning these honors are as follows: High Honors: All grades must be 90 or higher Honors: All grades must be 80 or
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Are We There Yet?: Winterfest or Thaw-fest?
What happened to winter?   I'm not really complaining, mind you, as that recent bout of sub-zero temperatures left my middle-aged bones chilled through and through. But my daughter is not happy about the possible cancellation of a Winterfest activity of outdoor fun at Girl Scout camp this weekend — though that event is
Independent Investor: The Internet Will Change
"Net Neutrality" is the official name for an open Internet. It means that all Internet providers are to be treated the same regardless of whether you are a mom and pop company or a global behemoth. This week's federal appeals court ruling pulled the plug on that concept. The judges ruled that the Federal Communication
Williamstown Planners Consider Allowing Storage Units
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Planning Board on Tuesday evening started looking at whether and how it can allow storage facilites to operate in town.   "Right now, the use is not listed in the use table in our zoning bylaws," Chairman Chris Winters said. "You can't put it anywhere. Some people have been asking
Downing Receives Award for Community Mediation Program Efforts
BOSTON — Sen. Benjamin B. Downing was presented the 2014 Community Mediation Outstanding Champion Award during a policy briefing at the Massachusetts State House on Wednesday.   The Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration at University of Massachusetts Boston and the Community Mediation Coalition of Massachusetts honored
Wild Oats Chef to Attend National Healthy Food Conference
Greg Roach will represent Wild Oats and the National Cooperative Grocers Association at the Worlds of Healthy Flavors conference in California. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Wild Oats Market Chef Greg Roach will travel to the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone in Napa Valley, Calif., for the 10th annual
'Her': Programmed to Entertain He, She and It
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Warner Bros Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) enters a post-divorce relationship with an advanced operation system, Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson). Oh, to be 17 or 18
Red Cross Says Internal Changes Won't Affect Response
Cindy Hahn told the Central Berkshire Regional Emergency Planning Committee that while the Red Cross' disaster response is changing internally, it won't affect service in the county. DALTON, Mass. — The Red Cross has consolidated its operational regions but it won't cause any trouble in response,
GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Baker Visits Pittsfield
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Republican candidate for governor Charles D. Baker Jr. will visit Pittsfield on Tuesday, Jan. 21, to appear on a local access show and meet with voters.   Baker will be the guest on Berkshire GOP's television program "Out Front TV." The monthly cable program is broadcast throughout the
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