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BFAIR Sets Family Night Fun at Greylock Bowl
NORTH ADMAS, Mass. — BFAIR will host a Family Fun Night at Greylock Bowl & Golf this weekend to promote community awareness and BFAIR opportunities. The event takes place on Friday evening from 6 to 9 and includes games and raffles. Patti Messina, chairman of the fundraising committee, said this event marks Berkshire Family
Waynick Leads Duda to Win to Cap Perfect Season
Malcolm Waynick scored nine points to lead Duda Construction to a 27-20 win over Gable Electric and a perfect 7-0 regular season in the Lanesborough/Williamstown Youth Basketball League.   Matt Sorrell and Nick Duda each scored eight in the win.   For Gable, Derek Paris scored a game-high 10, and Jack Cangelosi and
Williams Team Breaks Record on Lego Star Destroyer Build
Some of the students pose with their creation on Wednesday. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Lego "team" at Williams College proved a Force to be reckoned.   Some 70 students from the college and Williamstown Elementary School snapped more than 3,000 Legos together to create a Super Star Destroyer
Letter: Williamstown Must Remain Walkable
To the Editor: This spring, Williamstown voters will get a chance to vote on increasing the size of its business district to make way for a new hotel. The proposal is a logical choice for a developer but not so for protectors of the town culture. Several years ago, in the height of the Great Recession, another landowner, Mark Paresky,
Free Blood Pressure Screenings Set in February
February is Heart Health Month. In recognition, Berkshire Health Systems and Berkshire VNA will be offering free blood pressure screenings and health education at these locations throughout February.   The schedule is as follows: Feb. 3:  Pearl St. Day Center, Pittsfield 3-5 p.m. Feb. 4: Friendship Food Pantry, North
Area Religious Groups Join Social Justice Efforts in New Organization
The founding organizations celebrated the birth of the new group on Sunday. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Area religious organizations are pooling their resources to help those in need.   Fourteen groups celebrated the new Berkshire Interfaith Organizing on Sunday. The new coalition brings the
Williams Students Aim to Break Record Lego Build Time
Everything is awesome! Legos are examples of mathematical concepts and problem solving — and a lot of fun. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — If you were paying tens of thousands of dollars to send your offspring to Williams College, you might not be so sanguine when you find out he or she is taking a course
Williamstown — Finally — Decides on Town Flag
The Board of Selectmen agreed to accept this as the town's flag. It will hang in the Hall of Flags at the State House. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — It's a grand new flag.   And after months of discussion, several meetings of the Board of Selectmen, two committees and one online survey,
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Youth Wrestling Club Earns Right to Host Sectional; Weather Forces Cancelation
  Update: The event previewed below was canceled, as were all sectionals statewide, due to the predicted storm this weekend. All wrestlers in the commonwealth advance to the state meets: Feb. 22 in Lawrence for grades 5 and 6 and March 1 in Danvers for grades 7 and 8.   In 2010 while attending a high school
Lanesborough Voters Will Be Asked to Decide School Affiliations
Ron Tinkham told the Selectmen about the proposed school warrant article. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Voters are going to be asked if they want the final say in school affiliation.   The School Committee has the power to determine the school district's partnerships; it currently has an
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