|State Grants $25M for Mass MoCA's Final Phase|
The House has passed a capital spending bill that includes $25 million for Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art to complete the development of the complex.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A $25.4 million state grant will help add another 120,000 square feet of gallery space at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary
|Local Emergency Responders Support Tyler's Troops|
The city's emergency services departments posed in back of Big Y Supermarket for pictures on Sunday to post to Tyler's Troops Facebook page.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Local emergency services are participating in a worldwide effort to help a 6-year-old Rhode Island boy diagnosed with leukemia.
|Real Estate Inspections|
Today it is routine to have various inspections performed when purchasing real estate. In Massachusetts, one inspection is mandatory and others may be a requirement to obtaining a mortgage. The types and extent of inspections vary with the type of real estate such as land, home, commercial property and the specific circumstances.
|Funds Available for Preservation of Civil War-Era Objects|
The Massachusetts Sesquicentennial Commission of the Civil War is now accepting applications for matching funds to be used toward the preservation of historic objects, sites and document collections that are significant to the history of the Civil War.
Western Massachusetts hosts a number of Civil War-related sites and attractions, including
|River Photos on Display at Milne Library|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - Joanna Gabler will host her seventh exhibit at the Joyce and David Milne Public Library throughout the month of March.
The title of the exhibit is "Broad Brook and Hoosac" since all the images shown in the library were created out of photographs taken by the artist on her many walks by the Hoosac River or its
|Feminist Activist Steinem Sees a Transforming Society|
Gloria Steinem spoke to a capacity crowd at the Church Street Center on Tuesday night.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Patterns exist in social justice movements.
Conciseness, and the realization that there are shared experiences between oppressed people, progresses movements, says Gloria Steinem.
|Q&A: Gloria Steinem on Progressivism, Women's Rights|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Gloria Steinem was happy to be at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts on Tuesday because of what the public college represented.
"I'm glad to be on a campus that is closer to universal free education that I wish we had as a country," she said. "It's more
|Walking the Red Carpet at Images Cinema|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Local celebrities were walking the red carpet on Sunday night for the 86th annual Academy Awards.
WilliNet was situated by the door at the Images Cinema to speak with those entering the theater for the annual Oscar party.
Molly Kerns and School for Style's Anne Kennedy quizzed partygoers on what they were
|Local theater seeks actors for readings|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. - WAM Theatre is seeking actors for "Fresh Takes," a series of five play readings that will take place on select Sundays between April and September.
The series seeks to give a stage to new and reimagined works that tell women’s stories. The readings will feature local professional actors and directors and
|WGBY's 'Connecting Point' to Focus on the Berkshires|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. - WGBY’s news magazine is taking to the road and setting up shop at Hancock Shaker Village to tape a series of segments for "Connecting Point" on Wednesday, March 5.
"Connecting Point" is now in its fourth season on western New England’s Public Television station, WGBY, airing Monday, Thursday
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