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Are We There Yet?: Warm Up On a Cold Weekend
I posted a picture on the iBerkshires Facebook page the other day that said that Christmas was coming despite the mild weather we were having. As is common around these parts, two days later brings another story. Man, is it cold! And the forecast for the weekend is not looking much better, with temperatures hovering only in the 40s. I know,
Endoscopy Latest Department to Open at North Adams Hospital
Carol Fairchild, director of the Crane Center, demonstrates one of the new endoscopy machines on her fingers at BMC North. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Outpatient services are slowly returning to the hospital campus — the latest the reopening of the endoscopy department. Dr. Chi Zhang began seeing patients
Bank Plans to Revive Williamstown Financial Center
MountainOne has taken its Main Street property off the market and intends to reopen offices for two of its divisions and lease part of the building. The move eliminates a potential site for a new police station. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The former Williamstown Financial Center on Main Street has come off the
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Lanesborough's School Study Panel Sets Timeline
The committee met for the first time on Tuesday. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The nine-member ad hoc committee formed to investigate school administrative affiliations are hoping to have a report in six to eight weeks.   The committee met for the first time on Tuesday. The group is being asked by
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Independent Falchuk Hits Threshold To Start New Party
Evan Falchuk started his United Independent Party in 2013. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Charlie Baker will be the next governor. But, there was another winner Tuesday night — independent Evan Falchuk.   Falchuk received 3.3 percent of the vote, hitting the threshold to have his United
Baker Wins Governor's Race
Charlie Baker, right, meeting with supporters in Pittsfield earlier this year. The Republican is the projected winner in his second race for the governor's office, defeating Berkshire County native Martha Coakley. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The race for governor was down to the wire between Martha Coakley and
Greene, Penner Win Mount Greylock School Committee Race
Voting was steady at Williamstown Elementary School on Tuesday. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Voters in Williamstown and Lanesborough voted Tuesday to return Mount Greylock Regional School Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Greene to her seat on the committee. Greene was one of three candidates vying for two of the
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Guest Column: Lanesborough Should Look to New School Partners
At the Wednesday (Oct. 29) meeting of Lanesborough's Elementary School Committee there was heated discussion about changing the way the school purchases superintendency and related administrative services. A vote on this was tabled because two days earlier, the town's Board of Selectmen appointed a new committee to study and report back
Donít Overload Your Portfolio With Company Stock
Many companies offer their employees a stock purchase plan, enabling them to purchase company stock at a discounted price and invest in the company they work for. While this can frequently be a great way to invest in the stock market, as an investor you need to question whether it’s good to load up too much on your company’s
Adams Community Bank Partnering to Support the Troops
ADAMS, Mass. – Adams Community Bank is partnering with Boxes of Love to support the troops over this holiday season. Boxes of Love is an organization started by Patty Erdeski from Stamford, Vt. She began while her son was serving in Afghanistan.  Not knowing what else to do for him, Erdeski sent him many care packages. He
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