|Early Morning Fire Burns Down V's Doghouse|
The Lanesborough Fire Department took this photo of the early morning fire.
Update 11:01 a.m. on Oct. 1, 2014:
The Sept. 28 fire at V's Dog House Restaurant was electrical, according state Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan and Lanesborough Fire Chief Charles A. Durfee.
The fire started inside a
|Democratic Leaders Rally Support For Coakley, Party Slate|
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal was one of the speakers at Saturday's grand opening of the Democratic campaign's Berkshire office.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A cadre of elected officials rallied supporters for the statewide Democratic candidates Saturday morning in the new Berkshire campaign
|Democrats, Republicans Open Berkshire Campaign Offices|
The Republicans opened an office in the former Pizza Hut in Coltsville.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Both the Republican and Democratic parties have opened campaign headquarters in the city for the November general election.
On Friday,local Republicans held an open house at their new headquarters
|Williams Women's Soccer, Field Hockey Wins, Men's Soccer Falls|
NEW LONDON, Conn. -- Kristi Kirshe scored twice to lead the Williams College women's soccer team to a 3-0 win over previously unbeaten Connecticut College on Saturday.
Williams (6-1, 3-1 NESCAC) scored three goals in an eight-minute span in the second half -- twice by Kirshe wrapped around one by Audrey
|Trinity Hammers Williams Football Team|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Tinity College's Chudi Iregbulem ran for 83 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bantams to a 38-0 win over Williams College on Saturday afternoon.
Iregbulem averaged 5.2 yards per carry in a Trinity ground attack that gained 321 yards.
The Bantams (2-0) took a 14-0 lead midway through
|Williams Men's Cross Country Second at Purple Valley Classic|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Twenty-six teams from across the Northeast traveled to Williamstown for the annual Purple Valley Classic
Among the field were nationally ranked squads from Williams (sixth), MIT (eighth), Colby (17th), Amherst (21st), Middlebury (29th), and Tufts (30th).
The 8-kilometer course at Mount
|Town Players of Pittsfield Staging Williamstown Native's Play|
The Town Players of Pittsfield rehearse for a staged reading of Williamstown native Robin Rice Lichtig's play 'Gently Down the Stream.'
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — New York City playwright Robin Rice Lichtig's family had a lot of firsts during her childhood years in Williamstown in the
|@theMarket: Wash, Rinse and Repeat|
The dollars running, stocks are falling, bond prices are jumping while commodities are tanking. Welcome to another week in the financial markets. Expect more of the same in October.
As September, the worst month of the year for markets, comes to a close (next Tuesday) volatility appears to be rising. Stay strapped down, however, because we
|Northern Berkshire United Way Restructures Annual Campaign|
Maureen Baran, vice president of campaign for the Northern Berkshire United Way, talks about the new structure of the annual campaign at the Williams Inn on Friday morning.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Northern Berkshire United Way is adopting a new model for raising money for its 21 member agencies.
|Williams Volleyball Beats Amherst in Five Sets|
AMHERST, Mass. — The Williams College volleyball team battled Amherst College tonight, beating the Lord Jeffs in a five-set match. The set scores were 25-21, Williams; 25-20, Amherst; 25-21, Williams; 26-24, Amherst; and 15-13, Williams.
The Ephs (10-1, 3-0 NESCAC) started the first set behind by a couple of points until
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