|A New Twist on Super Bowl Sunday|
A Recipe for Jambalaya
Are you tired of serving the usual food each year at your "Super Bowl" get-together?
Why not consider making Sunday night a special night by serving homemade jambalaya? According to "Food History," jambalaya originated in southern Louisiana.
The Cajuns lived near the bayou where food was
|Mad Macs Plans Boutique-Style Apple Store in Williamstown|
Mad Macs hopes to open on Spring Street in March.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Village Beautiful will soon be able to buy the latest Apple products close to home.
Williamstown's first computer store is being opened by Mad Macs, the only Apple-authorized sales and service provider in Berkshire
|The Independent Investor: Should You Rollover That Retirement Plan?|
If you still have your money invested in your former employer's retirement plan, you may want to rethink the wisdom of that decision. Time and again, retirees, or those saving toward retirement, take the easy way out and do nothing. That could be a big mistake.
Invariably I meet prospective clients who have one, two and even three
|MassDOT Sets Public Session on Transportation Plans|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The state Department of Transportation will hold a public feedback session on the five-year capital investment plan, including funding for passenger rail from Pittsfield, on Monday, Feb. 3, from 6 to 8 at the Berkshire Atheneaum.
The state has recently released two transportation planning documents for public
|Are We There Yet?: Big Games & Family Fun|
It's Super Bowl Sunday weekend.
(Wait: Am I allowed to say that? I just read that the NFL won't let companies say "Super Bowl" unless they pay for it, explaining why all the Price Chopper and WalMart ads on TV say "the big game."
I think the media is exempt from the NFL copyright police ... for
|BArT Students Hold Anti-Bullying Rally|
Members of BArT's student council lead an anti-bullying rally for middle school students on Thursday afternoon.
ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Arts and Technology Public Charter School students on Thursday were reminded that almost everyone has been a bully.
And, more importantly, everyone
|Traveling Rainforest Presentation Coming to Brayton|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Snakes, monkeys, kinkajous, beautiful parrots, macaws, amazons and cockatoos from around the world are all coming to North Adams.
Arrangements have been made for an appearance of Understanding Wildlife's "Live on Stage, the Rainforest" to appear in our community. This will take place at Brayton
|Edward Jones No. 4 in Fortune's Employee Satisfaction List|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Financial-services firm Edward Jones ranked No. 4 on Fortune magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For 2014" in its 15th appearance on the list.
The firm was the highest-ranking financial-services firm on the list.
Edward Jones has offices in the county with financial advisers Walter Lother in
|Technology in Education Discussed at Mount Greylock|
Richard Scullin, instructional technology specialist at Mount Greylock Regional, explained how the school is using cloud resources.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Richard Scullin has been keeping his head in the clouds — and finding some practical solutions for Mount Greylock Regional High School.
|Reason to Smile: Roomful of Teeth Wins Grammy|
Roomful of Teeth pose with their Grammy for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Roomful of Teeth has been wowing North County audiences for years with its popular annual residencies at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
Now, the whole world
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