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Alternatives to Help Meet Your Investment Goals
When it comes to managing the wealth you've accumulated in any one stock, have you ever asked yourself, "How much is too much?" Holding a large position in one stock generally increases your risk level compared to a well-diversified portfolio. (Keep in mind, however, that diversification cannot eliminate the risk of fluctuating
Williamstown Development Subject of 'Listening Session'
The vacant lot at 59 Water St. is the subject of an information session on affordable housing development on Monday night at 7 in the Wiliamstown Elementary School auditorium. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Do not expect any of the rancor that accompanies discussions of other properties when the Affordable
Fall Foliage Festival Leaf Hunt 2013: Winners
Update: Winners of the annual Leaf Hunt announced. The leaf hunt has ended and the committee has announced the winners and the answers to the clues.  The committee thanks the following businesses who so generously donated prizes for the event   Angelina's sub shops Big Y foods Boston Seafoods Dean's Quality
Berkshire Conservation District Sets Annual Meeting
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Conservation District will hold its annual meeting and benefit dinner at Zucchini's Restaurant, 1331 North St.,  on Tuesday, Nov. 12, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The event will take the place of the November board meeting. The event features a talk on biodiversity given by guest speaker Scott
Williams Hosts Science Fictions Writers
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams College will host a science fiction symposium on Oct. 22, 23, and 24.   The David G. Hartwell '63 Science Fiction Symposium will feature public readings and panel discussions with leading writers and thinkers, including Samuel R. Delany, Kim Stanley Robinson, and prominent science fiction
@theMarket: The Same Old Song
The stock market has been down all week. Investors have been so busy biting their nails over the debt ceiling and the budget debates that they have had no time to buy this dip. The question is should they? The S&P 500 has fallen about 33 points since last week, or roughly 1.8 percent. I blame our elected clowns. As the clock runs out
Williamstown, MassDOT Talk Flooding & Road Work
Eric Bilik of the Mass DOT discusses a culvert replacement with the Williamstown Conservation Commission. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Water, water everywhere, and most of it seemed to find its way to the feet of the town's Conservation Commission on Thursday
Are We There Yet?: Fine Fall Offerings
Last weekend, we officially welcomed fall to the Berkshires, but this weekend features a few events that really usher in the season. First up is the annual Country Fair at Hancock Shaker Village in Pittsfield, which celebrates the bounty of the harvest with agricultural demonstrations, wagon rides, a farmers' market, family activities
Fall Foliage Parade Committee Sets $40K Fundraising Goal
The annual parade is seeking support from the community. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Fall Foliage Parade is hoping to scare up some more support this year. The event is set this Sunday, Oct. 6, with Grand Marshal Paul Marino and the very October theme "Haunts, Legends & Ghost Stories." But
The Independent Investor: Play It Again (Uncle) Sam
In just four days, the continuing resolution financing the federal government expires. Two weeks later the nation's debt ceiling will also need to be raised. If any of this sounds familiar, it should because these political dramas have become almost a yearly occurrence. Technically, we have already reached the debt ceiling back on May
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