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Superior Court Briefs: February 20
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Thursday, February 20. Bruce Lee Trudeau, 37, of North Adams pleaded guilty to four counts of larceny under $250, three counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle in the daytime, three counts of breaking and entering in the nighttime, two counts of breaking and entering in the daytime, and
Are We There Yet?: Is It Spring Yet?
Are you there, God? It's me, Rebecca. Please God, don't make it snow on Monday. Or Tuesday. Or any other school day before July. And please God, don't make it so cold that even if it's not snowing it hurts to go outside. Or raining so that everything turns to ice. Or all of the above. All at once. It's New England,
The Independent Investor: How to Look at Early Retirement Offers
Buyouts and early retirement packages are increasingly becoming a part of the American landscape. Not a day goes by when some group of employees somewhere are offered financial incentives to retire early. If it happens to you, this is what you should consider. Is this voluntary or a forced offer? If it is voluntary and you take it, you
Williamstown Couple Arraigned on Larceny Charges
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Two former employees of Village Ambulance in Williamstown were arraigned Wednesday afternoon in Berkshire Superior Court on larceny charges. The married couple, Albert H. Miller, 59, and Cara J. Miller, 58, had not guilty-pleas entered on their behalf before Judge John Agostini, who released both on personal
Academy Award Picks: Oscar Saved by the Goldberger Squirrels
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Anne Marie Fox/Focus Films  Film critic Michael S. Goldberger picked Matthew McConaughey to receive the Best Performance by an actor in a lead role for his portrayal of Rob Woodroof in
County Rugby Club to Host High School National Tourney
The 2013 Berkshire United High School Boys and Girls Rugby Club girls team, which went to the Massachusetts state finals. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Last year, the county's high school girls rugby team had an invitation to play for a national championship but did not have the resources to get there. This
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What Do Buyers Want?
If you're a seller in this market it is crucial you and your representative take carefully into account what buyers are looking for or chances are less than ideal for a favorable sale or a sale at all for that matter. If you're a buyer you know what you want and as such you aren't going to waste your valuable time on any
Elizabeth Freeman to be Honored at State House Event
BOSTON, Mass. — One of the Berkshires most notable historical figures, Elizabeth Freeman, will be honored at the State House on Feb. 25. State Rep. William "Smitty" Pigantelli, D-Lenox, along with Reps. Byron Rushing and Russell Holmes, and the Black and Latino Legislative Caucus, will host the event from 11:30 to 1 in the
McCann School Budget Up 2.6 Percent for Next Year
Principal Justin Kratz speaks to the McCann School Committee on Tuesday night. The committee approved a fiscal 2015 budget of $8.7 million. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The McCann Technical School budget for fiscal 2015 is up 2.6 percent total, which brings total increases to $220,000. The School Committee on
Bowl-A-Thon Mentoring Benefit Set This Sunday
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Bowl-A-Thon returns for its second year to benefit the Youth Mentoring Program of Child Care of the Berkshires Inc. The event will be held Sunday, Feb. 23, from 1 to 6 at Greylock Bowl & Golf, home of Mingo's Bar & Grill. Snow date will be the following Sunday. Bowl-A-Thon was a popular
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