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'The Monuments Men': Hardly Monumental
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Columbia Pictures George Clooney directed and starred in 'The Monuments Men.' Be it ever so noble and righteous an endeavor, filmgoers who partake of George Clooney's
Williamstown Elementary Budgets for Repairs
The School Committee chose to budget for the some $100,000 in upgrades rather than dip into the elementary school's endowment. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Elementary School Committee on Tuesday decided to fund building upgrades out of the regular school budget and not use a building endowment
Real Estate Perspective 2013-2014
This is to be the first in a regular series of real estate columns I'll be writing for iBerkshires. I want to thank iBerkshires for inviting me to write these columns and at the same time thank those who read them and invite you my readers to provide me with suggestions for new columns on topics you would find of interest. Naturally
Income Strategies for Retirement
Will I have enough money in retirement? It's a question more and more Americans are asking. Baby boomers in particular wonder if they'll be able to live comfortably and securely when they leave the workaday world. The good news is that you may be able to retire with confidence and enough assets — if you get organized. That
Mount Greylock Releases 2nd Quarter Honor Roll
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Mount Greylock Regional High School announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2013-2014 school year. Grade 12: Richard Astle, Nicholas Bolognia, Miranda Bucky, Robert Buffis Jr., Dustin Chang, Alana Chesney, Alexander Cheung, Rachana Chhuon, Melodybelle Crowell-Morse, Raquel Crowell-Morse,
College Information Session Rescheduled for Feb. 25
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Krista Pickett, Admission Counselor at Williams College, will present an information session on the college search and application process. The program will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m. at the Williams Inn. This event is free and open to the public. Guidance will be provided to students and
Lanesborough Bringing Back Pre-K Program
The School Committee met on Tuesday to discuss the options they have for bringing the program back to the school. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — After a year off, there will be a preschool program at Lanesborough Elementary in the fall. But how it will operate is still under consideration. The School Committee is
Williams Hosts EISA Winter Carnival This Friday and Saturday
Shannon Campbell '14 by Dustin Satloff WILIAMSTOWN, Mass. — With the new rotating schedule in the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association, Williams College hosts a winter carnival in even-numbered years. This Friday and Saturday, the 15 EISA schools will compete in Alpine events Friday and Saturday at
Williams Chefs Take Silver in Culinary Competition
The chefs at Williams took silver in an an 'Iron Chef' type competition last month. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Iron Chef, meet Iron Ch-Eph.   Four chefs from the Williams College dining service in January competed and won a silver medal in a cooking competition at Saratoga Springs,
Williamstown's Jane Allen Won't Seek Another Term
Chairwoman Jane Allen announced Monday she would not run for a fifth term on the board. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Selectmen on Monday night got its first look at the town's proposed fiscal 2015 budget, and the town got its first indication of a major change in the panel's five-person
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