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Flood Insurance: What Berkshire County Homebuyers & Homeowners Need to Know
While we love our rivers, lakes and waterfalls here in the Berkshires, they do make us much more susceptible to flood from heavy rains, ice jams, snowmelt, and more. Whether you own or are planning to buy a home, it's equally imperative that you understand property flood risks, your coverage options, and how to protect yourself and
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Williams Women's Tennis Wins Spring Home Opener
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Juli Raventos and Linda Shin teamed for an 8-2 win at No. 1 doubles and then each won a straight-set victory in singles to lead the Williams College women's tennis team to a 7-2 win over Middlebury on Saturday.   Williams, playing its first home match of the spring indoors, improved to 8-2
Williamstown Planning Board Candidates Discuss the Future
Susan Puddester, who is running for the five-year term on the Planning Board, speaks as Bruce MacDonald, candidate for the unexpired two-year term, looks on. Sarah Gardner, also running for the five-year term, was out of town but sent a video statement. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The five candidates for two spots on the Planning
Williams Baseball Falls at Amherst
AMHERST, Mass. -- The Williams College baseball team dropped its first game of the three-series versus Amherst, falling, 11-4. The Ephs (5-11/1-3 NESCAC) will face Amherst (13-3/3-1 NESCAC) again Saturday in a doubleheader for the final games of the series at 1 p.m. Amherst started off strong, including Yanni Thanopoulos' home run
The Independent Investor: Long-Term Care Insurance Can Be Crucial to Your Future
It is a subject that most Baby Boomers want to ignore. Many of us are gambling on the hope that we won't need long-term care, or if we do, our medical insurance, Medicare, or, at worst, Medicaid will cover the cost. Think again. In last week's column I outlined what long-term care insurance is all about and why you might want to
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'Hello, My Name Is Doris': Puts the Sex in Sexagenarian
In director Michael Showalter's "Hello, My Name Is Doris," Sally Field as the loveably quirky Doris Miller manages, in one fell swoop, to deliver a treatise on individualism, joie de vie, grace in aging and how to battle the challenge of unrequited love. It is a tour de force that entertainingly reminds what a national treasure
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Letter: Waubeeka Important to All of Williamstown
To the Editor: In the Tuesday, April 5, Eagle article, "Waubeeka owner plans to offer concessions," the writer seems to imply that opposition to Mr. Deep's Waubeeka proposal is only from "some members of the Planning Board and some residents of South Williamstown." Opposition quoted was from "South
Empty Bowl Dinner to Raise Funds for Berkshire Food Project
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The menu sounds like a fancy feast. Red lentil & apricot. Chicken with white bean chili. Potato ramp vichyssoise Those and a couple dozen other soups are being served this Friday, April 8, not as part of a luxurious extravaganza but as part of the 12th biennial Empty Bowl fundraiser for the Berkshire Food
Mount Greylock School Committee Favors Early Principal Payment for Building Bond
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A divided Mount Greylock School Committee on Tuesday decided to start making principal payments on the bond for the school building project in the first year of borrowing. The decision follows the advice of the Finance Committees in both towns of the two-town regional school district and will result in higher
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Williams Men's Lacrosse Falls at Home
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- John Uppgren and Jake Gillespie scored six goals apiece to lead the third-ranked Tufts men's lacrosse team to a 22-15 win over Williams on Wednesday.   Jack Lauroesch acored four goals and assisted on a couple to lead Williams (5-4, 2-3 NESCAC), which got 10 saves from Miles
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