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McCann Begins School Year With New Staff, Equipment
The McCann School Committee is updated on Thursday on projects and hires. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — McCann Technical School's administration said the new year is off to a solid start. Principal Justin Kratz told the School Committee on Thursday night that the freshman have already settled in. "The
The Independent Investor: The United States of Scotland?
Will the ghost of William Wallace finally see the British thrown out of his country once and for all? If the latest polls on the outcome of the Sept. 18th referendum on Scottish Independence are any indication, Scots are in a dead heat over the political and economic future of their country. Last weekend, for the first time, polls showed
MassDOT, Peter Pan Offering Expanded Routes
BOSTON — The state Department of Transportation, in partnership with Peter Pan Bus Lines, will be offering regional transportation services as part of the new BusPlus program. BusPlus is a public/private partnership in which MassDOT provides new regional buses to private for-profit bus companies. The companies in return must deliver
Christmas Brook Figure Skating Club Starts New Session
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Christmas Brook Figure Skating Club's learn to skate program is starting a new session Tuesday, Sept. 16, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:20 p.m.  at the Peter Foote Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Rink. Girls and boys, ages 3 and up, can learn the basics of figure skating, make new friends and become part of a
Berkshire Trendsetter Awards 2014 Presented
Peter White, center, with Megan Whilden and Mick Callahan, was named this year's Young Professional Making A Difference. See more photos here. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The region's "Trendsetters" were honored on Tuesday night their for contributions to the economic, cultural and civic health of the
Williamstown Toughens Tobacco Regulations
The Board of Health on Monday voted to enact new tobacco regulations after a brief public hearing with little opposition. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Board of Health on Monday voted to enact new tobacco regulations aimed at cutting back on youth smoking and smoking in public places.   The
Coakley, Baker to Face Off in November Election
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The slate of candidates in the statewide general election is set.   For governor, Charlie Baker soared to victory in the Republican primary Tuesday over Mark Fisher. And Berkshire native Martha Coakley won in the Democratic primary. Those two will join independent Evan Falchuk in the November general
Williamstown Selectmen Look at Making Five Corners Safer
Police Chief Kyle Johnson suggested larger signage at the accident-prone Five Corners intersection. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Board of Selectmen on Monday evening discussed how to make the Five Corners intersection in South Williamstown safer after a fatal accident at the site last
'Singing Trooper' Dan Clark Performing in Stamford
The 'Singing Trooper' serenades an audience at the North Adams (Mass.) Public Library in 2010. STAMFORD, Vt. — Sgt. Daniel Clark, known as "The Singing Trooper," will perform his inspirational program Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. at Stamford Community Church. The performance is presented
Carpinello's Service Center Turns 25 Years Old
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Carpinello's Service Center is celebrating its 25th year of automotive service to Berkshire County. John and Diane Carpinello are showing their appreciation to their old and new customers by hosting an open house at the Sunoco station located on 364 Main St. on Saturday, Sept. 13, from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. There
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