|Speech-Language Pathologist Becomes Autism Specialist|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Andrea S. White, owner of Berkshire Speech & Language, a speech-language pathology private practice based in Williamstown, has recently been credentialed as a certified autism specialist by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards.
The specialist credential recognizes
|State Schedules Wind Energy Hearing At BCC|
The Department of Public Utilities is developing guidelines for permitting wind projects.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The state's renewed look at wind siting regulations will return to the Berkshires on Jan. 27.
The Department of Public Utilities scheduled the hearing on Monday, Jan. 27 from 5 to 8 p.m. at
|Business Succession: Questions You Need to Ask|
It's not unusual for business owners to find that the majority of their wealth is mostly tied up in their businesses, which can be a major provider for them and their families. But when the time comes for them to sell their businesses because of a life-changing event such as retirement, many business owners often have not quantified how
|Ephs Men's Ice Hockey Team Supporting Soldiers Legacy Fund|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williams College men's ice hockey team (8-2-2) is soliciting donations from individuals and families in the community, on campus and from local businesses to support the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund.
As part of the effort, called "Goals to Assist
|Ephs Hockey Team Now 12th in National Polls|
Alex DeBaere, Ephs junior
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — In their first five games since the holiday break, the Williams College men's ice hockey team (8-2-2/6-0-2) NESCAC has gone 3-2 and the Ephs have dropped to 12th nationally in both the D3Hockey and USCHO.com polls.
Both polls rank the top 15 teams in NCAA
|Williamstown Issues RFPs for Housing Development|
The Selectmen on Monday approved two requests for proposals for redevelopment of two sites for housing and hired a relocation adviser recommended by Town Manager Peter Fohlin for the Spruces.
WILLIAMSTOWN, — The Selectmen on Monday approved two requests for
|North Berkshire Men Injured in Vermont Rollover|
POWNAL, Vt. — A Williamstown, Mass., man may face charges of driving under the influence after a rollover accident early Sunday morning injured himself and a passenger.
Allen Whitney, 23, was operating a 2006 GMC Sierra on Route 346 in North Pownal, near the New York State line, at about 3:27 a.m. when the vehicle left the roadway
|Spruces Residents Hear Hope From Selectmen Chair|
Members of the Spruces park community and Higher Ground gathered for luncheon hosted by the non-profit at Congregational Church.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Current and former residents of the Spruces Mobile Home Park serenaded the chairman of the Selectmen on Sunday on the occasion of her
|Amherst College Hands Williams Second Loss |
AMHERST, Mass. — The Williams College men's basketball team lost to Amherst College on Saturday, 84-73.
The loss snapped the Ephs' streak at 11 wins and Amherst (10-2, 2-0 NESCAC) extends its streak against Williams (11-2, 1-1 NESCAC) to six wins.
The next rematch is set for Jan. 22, but will only
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