|MCLA Host Special Olympics Basketball Clinic|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Thirty-four student-athletes and members of the student-athlete advisory committee from MCLA offered a basketball clinic on Sunday, Jan. 26, to the Berkshire County Special Olympics team.
The students were offered skill work, fun, competitive games and a five-on-five full court basketball game at the James T.
|Markey Gives Rally Speech To Berkshire Democrats|
U.S. Sen. Edward Markey led off the forum on Sunday with a rally speech.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — U.S. Sen. Edward Markey invoked Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday in rallying Democrats for the progressive cause.
Speaking to open a gubernatorial forum put on by the Democratic organization Berkshire
|Statewide Candidates Queried on Mandates, Hospitals|
Candidates for lieutenant governor and governor attended Sunday's forum.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Candidates running for the Democratic nominations for lieutenant governor and governor fielded questions from the audience on Sunday as part of a forum hosted by the Berkshire Brigades.
The local Democratic
|@theMarket: It's Not 2008|
This week the markets lost some ground. In the scheme of things, it wasn't much, less than 3 percent on the S&P 500 Index. By the number of concerned calls I received, you would think we were back in the financial crisis. Investors need to chill out.
Let's look at things with a longer perspective than just the first three weeks
|Lanesborough School Chair Calls For Vote On SU71|
Chairman Robert Barton says the time is now to start looking at other districts because the other districts are looking to expand.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — School Committee Chairman Robert Barton is calling for a vote on whether the town intends to stay with Superintendency Union 71.
Barton says he wants the
|Williamstown Con Comm Pursuing Recreational Use for Highway|
The Conservation Commission is researching an idea to open sections of Green River Road for bike and walking use.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Conservation Commission on Thursday discussed moving forward with a proposal to occasionally open a portion of State Route 43 to recreation.
But the commissioners also
|Museum Exhibit Showcases Diverse Interests of Local Collectors|
World War I brass casing trench art, collected by Joan and Michael Salke, is one of the exhibits in 'Berkshire Collects.'
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A new exhibit of personal collections from Berkshire residents offers something to interest everyone, but the true memorabilia fan may just think they've died
|Library Advocates Call for Funding, Legislative Support |
Milne Public Library Director Pat McLeod welcomes advocates from across Berkshire County and legislators to Friday's breakfast.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Library advocates on Friday morning pressed Berkshire County's legislative delegation to help public libraries help Bay Staters cross the "digital
|Are We There Yet?: Snakes and Swords and Fish, Oh My!|
This one's for the boys!
My own life is all about girls. I have a daughter. She plays with girls. I work for the Girl Scouts. So I think I naturally gravitate toward events that will please the girls in my life.
But this week I stumbled across a couple of weekend events that should be particularly appealing to
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