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Williams College Awarded $500K Mellon Grant for WCMA
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Williams College $500,000 for the expansion of the museum’s online collection as a platform for experimentation, teaching and research. With this grant the museum will inspire new ideas and practices in how campus museums in particular leverage their digital
Biz Briefs: Nonprofit Leaders Participate in Training
Leading the way: Four Berkshire County nonprofit leaders participated in Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation’s 2016 Nonprofit Leadership Institute, a collaborative and peer-learning program for executive directors across the region to strengthen their leadership and management skills. Facilitated by veteran consultant Janet
Williamstown Planning Board Finds No Open Meeting Law Violation
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Planning Board on Monday morning unanimously voted that it found no violation of the Open Meeting Law by three of its members in regard to its May 4 meeting.   On May 8, two days before the recent town election, Luce Road resident David Leja filed the OML complaint alleging improper communication
Williamstown Town Meeting Primer 2016
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — All you need to know going into Tuesday's annual town meeting: Come early, plan to stay late and read up.   There will be plenty to talk about when the town's voters gather at Williamstown Elementary School, and if last Tuesday's Town Election is any indication, there will be plenty of people
Williamstown School Budget Aims to Rebuild Reserve
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Elementary School Committee is seeking a 6.35 percent increase in the town's contribution to an fiscal 2017 budget that only increases 3.33 percent from FY16. The difference: a choice the district has made about how to use School Choice revenue.   First-year Superintendent Doug Dias made it
Williams Women's Tennis Advances to NCAA Quarters
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The Williams College women’s tennis team squared off against MIT in the NCAA Regional Finals on Sunday and swept doubles on its way to a 5-1 victory.   With the win today, the Ephs turn their sights to Stowe Stadium in Kalamazoo, Mich., host to the NCAA quarterfinals, semifinals, and finals of the
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Doyle Powers Krispy Cone to Cal Ripken League Win
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. -- Chase Doyle hit a pair of doubles, drove in three runs and stole four bases Saturday to lead Krispy Cone to a 9-5 win over South Berkshire in Cal Ripken Baseball League play.   Doyle also played a strong game behind the plate, hooking up with pitcher Damon Pause, who allowed one earned run and struck out four
Williams Softball in Regional Final
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams College freshman pitcher Alejandra Magana has been forced out of the circle for more than three weeks by a couple of nagging injuries.   But when the Ephs needed her most, she was ready, and came through with flying colors, tossing a complete-game three-hitter in Game 5 of the NCAA Tournament
Graduates Leave MCLA Commencement 'One Degree Hotter'
Krystal Henriquez, organizer of last month's Figment North Adams, is among Saturday's graduates. She is starting an internship at Mass MoCA. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts made 404 graduates "one degree hotter" on Saturday morning. And it wasn't from the traditionally
Clark Curator Explores 'Enigmatic' Artist in New Book
The Clark Art's Lara Yeager-Crasselt will speak on her new book this Sunday. Copies will be for sale. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Lara Yeager-Crasselt's enthusiasm was palpable as she gestured to an image of a painting in her newly published book "Michael Sweerts (1618-1664): Shaping the Artist and the Academy in Rome
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