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Lanesborough-Williamstown Tri-District Creates Asst. Superintendent Post
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School District and Superintendency Union 71 on Tuesday approved the creation of an assistant superintendent position to replace the Tri-District's director of pupil personnel services.   The Tri-District is the umbrella under which the regional junior-senior high school
Berkshire Tidbits: Church Suppers, Guido's Thank-Yous
First Congregational in Lee Sets Free Wednesday Suppers Fall through spring at 5:30   Almost every Wednesday evening, from the end of summer until the next summer, church members, local service clubs, supermarkets and restaurants spend the afternoon in the kitchen of First
BMC Adds 'Observation' Beds to North Adams Emergency Department
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The expansion of health care services continues in the city with the addition of two "observational beds" at Berkshire Medical Center's Satellite Emergency Facility. The limited-use beds at the former North Adams Regional Hospital will offer a level of care that may allow a patient to remain in
Williams Senior Named Schwarzman Scholar
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams College senior Teddy Cohan has been named a Schwarzman Scholar and member of the inaugural cohort of the new scholarship program. The program was started by Stephen A. Schwarzman, co-founder of the Blackstone Group. The scholarship will fund a one-year master’s degree program at Tsinghua
Adams Arts Advisory Board Setting Sights on Fairy Festival
ADAMS, Mass. — Francie Anne Riley came across a * YouTube video about the popular fairy doors in Ann Arbor, Mich., and sent it on to her artist friends. That prompted the idea of placing the "doors" around Adams, which led to a workshop on creating fanciful clay doors at River Hill Pottery in North Adams. Those doors are
Williams Women's Hockey Tops Manhattanville
RYE, N.Y. — The Williams College women’s hockey team downed Manhattanville College on Tuesday, 2-1.   Alex Lovaas scored at early in the third period to tie up the game. Then midway through the period, Kearan Burke led the Ephs (9-5) to victory by scoring the game winning goal.   Margaret Draper made 19
Forum on Health Care Solutions Introduces Community Health Workers
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The closure of North Adams Regional Hospital nearly two years ago has given birth to the opportunity for the community to rethink how it views health care and to try new innovations that ultimately will make the area healthier. One of those innovations is a new breed of outreach workers called “community
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Volunteers Sew, Organize, Play, Weatherize and Create for King Day
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — They gathered around tables cutting and sewing material, cleaned and organized, covered leaky windows with plastic, bagged up groceries, wrote cards and played with Legos. Some 350 community members ranging from the very young to the older but young at heart turned Monday's Martin Luther King Jr. Day off into
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Williams Men's Basketball Downs Bowdoin
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Daniel Aronowitz scored 19 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and passed out five assists to lead the Williams College men's basketball team to a 76-65 win over Bowdoin on Sunday.   Cole Teal scored 17 -- five on 3-pointers -- for the Ephs (11-5, 2-2 NESCAC).   Lucas Hausman scored 26 points for
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CYC Travel Team Tops Greylock in Semi-Final
PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- James Connors scored 27 points, including nine on 3-pointers, to lead the CYC fifth- and sixth-grade travel team to a 44-37 win over Greylock in the semi-finals of this weekend's tournament at Taconic High School.   "James was on fire from behind the line," coach Rick Paris said. "We could
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