|Lanesborough Wants More Maintenance In Mt. Greylock Budget|
The Mount Greylock Regional proposed spending plan found a warmer welcome in Lanesborough than in past years.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — After initially shorting the Mount Greylock Regional High School budget in two of the last three years, Lanesborough Selectmen feel this year's budget
|League of Women Voters Hosting Congressman Neal|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown League of Women Voters is hosting a public forum with U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield.
The congressman will discuss the challenges and opportunities he foresees for the 113th Congress with constituents.
Neal was elected the representative for the 1st Mass District last November as
|Drury Band Fundraiser Set to Defray Montreal Trip Costs|
The Drury High School Band will send 40 students to Montreal, Canada, next month.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Drury High School Band is seeking some help from the community to defray a cost of approximately $38,000 for its trip to the St. Joseph's Oratory of Mount-Royal in
|Williamstown Will Vote Land Issues at Special Town Meeting|
It was standing-room only at the Selectmen on Monday night as the board set the warrant for a special town meeting on April 24.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — In a three-hour meeting that featured passionate debate and parsing of state law, the Selectmen on Monday approved the warrant for a
|Letters: Lowry Property Should Be Preserved|
To the Editor:
I'm sorry to ask for space in the media again so soon, but I feel I must respond to Charleen Blood's letter. It was full of misinformation.
I am 88 years old and blessed with a good memory. The land which we purchased on Stratton Road in the late 1940s was not farmland. We bought the land from Stuart and
|College Notes: March-April 2013|
Activities, Awards & Studies
Taylor Marie Jacoby of Pittsfield and a sophomore at Providence (R.I.) College recently spent a week working with Habitat for Humanity as part of the college's Alternative Spring Break 2013 program.
Jacoby was among more than 230 Providence students who volunteered to work at Habitat home
|BCC Business Program Moves To 1Berkshire Office|
North Adams Mayor Richard Alcombright, left, Mad Macs owner Scott Kirchner, Pittsfield Mayor Daniel Bianchi, BCC President Ellen Kennedy, 1Berkshire Chairman Reggie Cooper, state Rep. Paul Mark and Berkshire Enterprises Program Director Steve Fogel join in adding the sign to the list of offices in the Allen Street
|Clark Art Library to Take Summer Hiatus for Upgrades|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute's library will temporarily suspend operations from June 1 to Sept. 3 for the installation of a new fire protection system.
The decision to close during the summer months was based on the lower demand of the facility during the season and to ensure the library is
|Jiminy Peak Happy As Ski Season Winds Down|
Skiers may still be hitting the slopes in April as colder temperatures and a spate of late snowstorms have kept local ski resorts running. Jiminy Peak, above, will have all its trails open this weekend.
HANCOCK, Mass. — Jiminy Peak is wrapping up what it considers a successful ski
|Dollar General Slated for Williamstown's Main Street|
Building owner Jim Shane said the laundry and dry cleaner at the site may be combined and moved to a different location.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A Tennessee-based chain that claims to be the "nation's largest small-box discount retailer" has signed a lease to
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