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Williams College Reminded of Real Martin Luther King
Williams College history professor Leslie Brown addresses the crowd at the Paresky Center on Monday. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Martin Luther King Day ceremonies at Williams College were replete with reminders that King's work is unfinished and a call to remember the real Dr. King, not the
Hundreds Volunteer for Annual North Berkshire King Day
Allan and Cindi McLain, recipients of this year's Peacemaker Award, pose with their children Lucas and Emily. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — More than 200 volunteers participated in 22nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Day of Service. Volunteers of all ages filled MCLA's Church Street Center on
Berkshire United Way Hires New Youth Development Coordinator
  PITTSFIELD, Mass. - Berkshire United Way has hired a new coordinator of Youth Development.  Nataly Garzon, a 2014 Williams College graduate, will work across Berkshire County to increase opportunities for youth to build aspirations for a bright future. Garzon will also lead the efforts of Face the Facts – reduce teen
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Williams Skiers Fifth at Opener
RUMFORD, Maine- The Williams College Alpine and Nordic teams wrapped up the first carnival of 2015 today where performances all around point to a season better than the Ephs have seen in recent history.   The team scored fifth overall with 475 points, 231 points behind fourth place University of New Hampshire. University of Vermont
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Williamstown School Employee Gets 'Soup-er' Win
Williamstown Elementary School employees Bernadette Archibald, right, and Dolores Burns pose with Price Chopper chef John Winnek. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Ordinarily, it would have take Williamstown Elementary School some 200 years to accomplish what Bernadette Archibald did in just
BRPC: Inclusionary Zoning Helps Towns Increase Affordable Housing
Planner Brian Domina presented the pros and cons of the type of zoning that is used very little in the Berkshires. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Inclusionary zoning is one way communities can increase the stock of affordable housing, according to BRPC Planner Brian Domina.    Domina presented to
@theMarket: Tail That Wagged the Dog
Rarely do we see a single financial asset, in this case oil, have the ability to sway the prices of trillions of dollars worth of investments on a daily basis over such a prolonged period of time. Oil has been in a months-long tailspin. Its decline was supposed to be a good thing for most consumers, governments and markets worldwide. Why,
How will your Berkshire property value fare in 2015 and beyond?
Berkshire property valuation is a daily task of Berkshire real estate agents.  The Berkshire home seller first wants to know "how much is my property worth"?  And that brings me to one of the most common laws of physics. Newton's law of motion states that a body in motion tends to remain in motion unless acted upon
Berkshire County Residents Hear Concerns About Kinder Morgan Pipeline
Lanesborough Town Hall was crowded with people hoping to learn more about the proposed natural gas pipeline. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — North County citizens packed Lanesborough Town Hall on Thursday night for an informational meeting about the proposed Kinder Morgan gas pipeline. Jane Winn of the Berkshire
Williamstown Elementary Committee Starts Budget Discussion
Interim Superintendent Gordon Noseworthy laughs at his first meeting with the Williamstown School Committee. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown School Committee on Tuesday began the discussions that will lead to a fiscal 2016 budget proposal later this spring.   District Business
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