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Ten Mount Greylock Students Commended in Merit Scholarship Program
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Ten students at Mount Greylock Regional High School have been named Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the principal to these scholastically
Berkshire Bank Foundation Awards More Than $200,000 To County Nonprofits
PITTSFIELD, Mass. – Berkshire Bank Foundation has awarded $202,416 in grants and pledges to 41 non-profit organizations in Berkshire County during its third quarter grants cycle.   Some of the organizations receiving support include the Berkshire Museum, Berkshire Innovation Center, Pittsfield Public Schools, Literacy Network of
Primary Care Doctor Joins SVMC Pownal Campus
POWNAL, Vt. — Dr. Robert Tarnas has joined the SVMC Pownal Campus, a new family medicine practice to serve patients in Southwestern Vermont and the Northern Berkshires. Tarnas has been a member of the Southwestern Vermont Medical Center staff since 1985 and a member of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Putnam Physicians since its inception in
Williams Alumnus Wins National Physics Award
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Benjamin Augenbraun '15 has received the nation’s highest honor for undergraduate physics research, becoming the fifth Williams alumnus in recent years to win the Leroy Apker Award from the American Physical Society. He joins Chris Chudzicki '10, Nathan Hodas '04, Charles Doret '02, and Brian
Williamstown Planning Board Has Vacancy
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — As a result of a recent resignation, there is now an open seat on the Planning Board. The public is encouraged to apply for this vacant seat. Interested parties may submit a Citizen’s Activity Form found online to the Town Manager’s Office if interested in serving. The deadline for application is
Williamstown Fire Chief: Decorate With an Eye Toward Safety
A 60-watt bulb was hot enough to set a holiday decoration on fire at Williams College. Fire Chief Craig Pedercini is asking residents to take care with flammable decorations. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — With October comes the advent of the holiday season.   And when there are holidays, there are
'Bridge of Spies': Spans Troubled Waters
I suspect Steven Spielberg, realizing that few folks were as lucky as I to have Mr. Green as their high school social studies teacher, felt the necessity to impart the grand civics lesson contained in his highly exciting "Bridge of Spies." Chastising the baloney and opportunism that too often attend the application of patriotism, he
Classical Beat: Ready to Present New Works at The Clark
The Borealis Quartet (Photo by Steven Lemay) will present new work by Williamstown composer Stephen Dankner on Sunday at the Clark Art Institute. During the 15 months from February 2012-April 2013, my attention was drawn, as it was twice before in years past, to the string quartet medium, and
Lenox National Bank, Adams Community Bank Complete Merger
ADAMS, Mass. — The Lenox National Bank and Adams Community Bank completed their merger at the close of business on Friday, Oct. 16. The former Lenox National Bank located at 7 Main St. in Lenox has reopened as a branch of Adams Community Bank. “We plan to continue the Lenox tradition of strong community banking with local
When Investing, Put Time On Your Side
Now that we’re well into autumn, the days are getting noticeably shorter. The change in seasons reminds us that time is passing – and it’s important to use that time wisely. When used well, in fact, time can be your greatest gift in many walks of life – and that’s certainly true when you invest. To
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