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The Independent Investor: One For The Little Guy
The retirement world is changing. A long-sought-after regulation by the Department of Labor was released in April. It goes a long way toward protecting retirement savers from brokers and insurance agents. Here is what you need to know. The new ruling insists that those who advise investors on appropriate investments for their IRAs, 401(k)s
The Classical 'High Season' Bursts On The Scene
It’s well known that the Berkshires and environs are a musical mecca for classical music lovers. With the upcoming tourist high season – from mid-June through October – concert activity increases exponentially, offering listeners a cornucopia of music to suit every taste. Here’s a listing of three of the best-known
Donít Keep Family in the Dark About Your Plans
You might work diligently at building a financial roadmap for your retirement years and a comprehensive estate plan. But you can’t just create these strategies – you also have to communicate them. Specifically, you need to inform your spouse and your grown children what you have in mind for the future – because the more they
Be Safe and Have Fun on Your Motorcycle
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Summer is finally arriving in the Berkshires, and with it come motorists on vehicles with fewer than four wheels. Two- and three-wheeled motorcycles share the road with cars and trucks in the warmer months, and that means safety is the number one priority. All motorists are reminded to safely "share the
Williamstown Police Wins 10th Straight
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Williamstown Police ran its winning streak to 10 with two recent victories in Cal Ripken Baseball League play.   On Saturday, Joshua Polumbo threw a complete game and Oscar Low had a home run and three runs batted in to lead Police to an 11-1 victory over South Berkshire that ended after four innings due to
Williamstown's Cole Avenue Housing Developers Hold Forum
Julie Sniezek, left, of Guntlow and Associates and architect Kerry Dietz discuss the evolution of the plan for 330 Cole Ave. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The development team looking to build 46 units of affordable housing on Cole Avenue was back at Town Hall on Thursday to talk about how the project has evolved and to take
'Hoffmann Hackers' Golf Tournament Set for June 24
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The Hoffmann Bird Club of Western Massachusetts will host its fourth annual “Hoffmann Hackers Golf Classic,” which could otherwise be known as “The Longest Bird,” at the Donnybrook Country Club, 775 Williamstown Road on Friday, June 24, with a “shotgun start” at 4 p.m. The
Biz Briefs: Fairfield Inn & Suites Honored for Performance
What a performance: The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Great Barrington has been presented with the Performance Award. Receiving the Silver award the Fairfield Inn & Suites/Great Barrington is thrilled to share this remarkable achievement with the Marriott International and Fairfield Inn & Suites community as well as all
Berkshires Beat: Local Students Compete in Science Fair
Good job: Several middle schoolers from Berkshire County placed at the State Science and Engineering Fair at Worcester Technical High School on Saturday. Noah Pereault from St. Agnes won a second place for his project, "The Sugar Situation." Sydni Jamros, Nick Alibozek and Emily Godfrey from Hoosac got an honorable mention
Happy 100th Anniversary to Images Cinema
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Images Cinema at 50 Spring St. is dressed up for the celebration of its 100th anniversary.   Crimson and blue bunting is draped on the marquee and bunting across the facade of the Walden building, Images' home, is embellished with a golden yellow "1916."   Doug Jones, Images'
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