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Northern Berkshire Professional Women to Mark 50
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Northern Berkshire Business and Professional Women invites the public to share in the celebration of its  50th anniversary on Friday, June 20. The festivities will be held at Williams Inn, 1090 Main St., beginning with a social hour at 6 and dinner to follow. To celebrate the past 50 years of
Williamstown Garden Club Looks at 'Wild Edibles'
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Professional gardener and botanist Leda Meredith will speak on "Wild and Flavorful Edibles" at an open meeting of the Williamstown Garden Club on Monday, May 5, at 1 p.m. The meeting will be held at Stone Hill Center at the Clark Art Institute. Meredith is the author of four books, including the
Mount Greylock Building Committee: Small Window of Opportunity
Mount Greylock Building Committee members Paula Consolini and Thomas Bartels at Thursday's meeting. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — With annual town meeting season just around the corner, the Mount Greylock Regional School Building Committee on Thursday focused on how best to persuade voters who will decide
Are We There Yet?: Gone To The Dogs
"Peanuts" cartoonist Charles M. Schulz once wrote five very wise words: “Happiness is a warm puppy.”  This Saturday, May 3, dogs take center stage at both ends of Berkshire County.  First, in Williamstown, the annual Humane Race to benefit the Berkshire Humane Society starts at 10 a.m. on Water Street.
'Bears': Warm and Fuzzy
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Disneynature Disneynature rounds up a furry cast for an adorable  romp in the woods full of child-appropriate life lessons. "It was so sad." "And funny,
Berkshire Medical Center Opens Walk-In Clinic in North Adams
The main entrance of the MCLA MountainOne Student Wellness Center on Church Street can be accessed by a pathway leading between Porter and Blackinton streets on the campus. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Berkshire Medical Center Walk-in Care Center for residents of Northern Berkshire
The Independent Investor: When Should You File for Social Security Benefits?
Many of us yearn for the day we can retire and live the good life. However, too many Americans plan to retire at age 62 simply because that is when they become eligible to collect Social Security. That might not be a good idea in the majority of cases. The Social Security system was intended to be easily accessible, but like so many of our
Lanesborough School Committee Passes FY15 Budget
School Committee Chairman Robert Barton moderates a public hearing of the school budget on Wednesday night. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — A divided elementary School Committee on Wednesday voted to send a $2.87 million budget to the June 10 annual town meeting. On a vote of 2-1, the three-member panel approved a
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
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