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Willamstown Elementary Changes Procedure for Accessing Building Fund
Superintendent Douglas Dias shows photos of the damage caused by a leak in the school's heating system. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Elementary School Committee on Wednesday decided to change the mechanism for accessing an endowment managed by Williams College on behalf of
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Podcasting Featured as Audio Experience at Wind-Up Fest
Nick van der Kolk debuts the October episode of his award-winning 'Love+Radio' podcasts at the first annual multimedia Wind-Up Fest. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Wind-Up Fest might be a reboot of the Williamstown Film Festival, but it's not limited by movies. With documentary film as its backbone,
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Will You Be Ready for Retirement?
"National Save for Retirement Week" is observed Oct. 18-24 this year. And this week has some weight behind it, as it is recognized by the U.S. Senate for its importance in encouraging Americans to prepare themselves financially for retirement. Are you doing all you can? Many of your peers aren’t. About a third of
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Mount Greylock Committee Sends Apportionment Proposal to Towns
Lanesborough Town Administrator Paul Sieloff addresses the Mount Greylock School Committee on Tuesday. This story was updated with comments from the Board of Selectmen's meeting on Tuesday night, held concurrently with the Mount Greylock Regional School Committee
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Williamstown Author's Book Up For National Award
NEW YORK — Williamstown author Ali Benjamin is on the short list for the 2015 National Book Award, the National Book Foundation announced on Wednesday. Benjamin's "The Thing About Jellyfish" is one of five titles nominated in the Young People's Literature category for the prize, which will be awarded on Nov.
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Northern Berkshire Coalition Examines Unemployment, Job Training
NBCC Executive Director Adam Hinds introduces the monthly forum on Friday. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — This month's Northern Berkshire Community Coalition forum focused on income equality and workforce development. The irony of this particular forum being held the day after the announcement that SABIC
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Williams Building New Driveway to North Street Parking Deck
Williams College is building a driveway entrance to the first floor of its parking garage so motorists don't have to drive down the often icy exterior ramp to exit the structure. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams College is rerouting traffic into the first floor of the three-level, 89,000 square foot
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Berkshire Tidbits: Fermenting Festivals, Hispanic Celebrations
Lacto-fermenting/pickling vegetables; Berkshire Ferments will be presenting this and other workshops at the Berkshire Fermentation Festival on Saturday, Oct. 17, in Great Barrington. Hispanic Heritage Month Through Thursday, Oct. 15 Even if you missed the culinary experience of the Latino Festival during
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Mount Greylock Building Committee Looks at HVAC, Security Concerns
School Building Committee member Thomas Bartels, right, repeated his objection to using radiant ceiling panels for heat. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Even as a Dec. 1 deadline looms for submitting a schematic to the Massachusetts School Building Authority, the Mount Greylock School Building Committee continued
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New Pedestrian Bridge at Margaret Lindley Park
A new bridge has been built over Hemlock Brook. The old one washed away during heavy rainstorms in 2013. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The new pedestrian bridge over Hemlock Brook in Margaret Lindley Park fills a void left by torrential rains of May 2013 that swept away the original much-used span. "Walk the
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