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Arch Street Meets With Williamstown Housing Panel
Richard Relich, left, and Colin O'Keefe address the Williamstown Affordable Housing Committee. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The only developer to propose subsidized housing on both town-owned sites under consideration explained Thursday why it made sense to develop both brownfield sites
Are We There Yet?: What fools these mortals be!
I've got Shakespeare on my mind. First, the Bard's birthday is coming up, and I always remember it because it's close to mine. His is April 23, mine is April 26. Of course, his birth was 450 years ago, so he's got a few years on me. (Not that I'm telling how many!) Second, I just signed my daughter up for a session
PopCares Growing A Legacy of Giving in North County
Bob and Bill St. Pierre received full support from family and friends when they thought up the concept for PopCares, an organization dedicated to their father. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — William St. Pierre was well known around the Northern Berkshires as a guy who was willing to help anyone and everyone. About
Williamstown Housing Panel Interviews First Developer
The Affordable Housing Committee interviewed the first of two applicants to develop two town sites for housing with Vice Chairman Charles Bonenti. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The first developer to come before the Affordable Housing Committee to discuss a proposal to develop the former Photech Mill property
Williamstown Public Safety Committee Moves on Lehovec Site
Public Safety Building Study Committee Chairwoman Jane Patton and member Andrew Hogeland review the minutes of its last meeting. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The town's Public Safety Building Study Committee on Tuesday decided to take two steps that it hopes will move it closer to making a decision on a
NARH Supporters See Signs of Hope
NARH supporters hold hands in solidarity at a meeting Tuesday night at the American Legion. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Former Northern Berkshire Healthcare employees and supporters gripped hands and cheered on Tuesday night after a day filled with hope — and state officials. "The pressure that this
NBCC Founder Honored With Gerard Downing Award
NBCC founder Al Bashevkin accepts the award from District Attorney David Capeless. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Some years ago, a mother, her boyfriend and her 4-year-old daughter walked into a business to rent furniture for their apartment. The clerk took notice of multiple bruises on the little girl. The
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Community Health Van Deployed to North Adams
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A number of organizations are working to preserve medical access in light of the demise of Northern Berkshire Healthcare. First, the practices of Northern Berkshire Family Medicine and Northern Berkshire OB/GYN will remain open and available for patient services, according to NBH officials. The affiliated
Vandals Cause School Delay in Williamstown
Dufour Tours school buses line the company's Main Street lot in Williamstown, their tires refilled with air. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Police are investigating an apparent April Fool's Day prank that forced a one-hour delay at Mount Greylock Regional School and Williamstown Elementary on Tuesday
Coakley Wants to Know Why North Adams Hospital Closed
Attorney General Martha Coakley said her office is investigating the circumstances surrounding the abrupt closure of North Adams Regional Hospital. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Attorney General Martha Coakley will press an investigation into the sudden closure of North Adams Regional Hospital. "Our office is
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