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The Independent Investor: Election Investors Ignored
Last weekend Japan held "snap" elections, which gave Prime Minister Shinzo Abe the mandate to continue his pro-growth economic policies.  No one outside Japan seemed to care. The Nikkei stock market index fell 1.6 percent and traders moved on. That may prove to be a big mistake. Granted, given the precipitous decline in the
'Exodus: Gods and Kings': And Frogs, Too
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.  The story of Exodus is by The Book, but played out with proper spectacle. All it needs is for Christian Bale to growl, 'I'm
Waynick, Cappadona Have Big Games in Youth Basketball League
Malcolm Waynick scored 18 points to lead Duda Construction to a 29-11 win over Williamstown Family Chiropractic in the Lanesborough/Williamstown Youth Basketball Association fifth and and sixth grade house league this week.   Nick Duda added six, and Matt Sorrell and Michael Faulkner each scored for Duda in the
Williams College Names New Men's Soccer Coach
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – It's ironic that retiring Eph head coach Mike Russo has never really been crazy about goalies, but you know that Russo is delighted today knowing that the goalie on his 1995 NCAA Championship team, Erin Sullivan '96, will succeed him as head coach of the Ephs.   "Erin is a wonderful person
Itís Time for This Family Discussion
If the prospect of asking your aging parents about the way they handle their household finances — or how they would feel about moving to a nursing home — fills you with apprehension, you are not alone. However, it’s the kind of conversation you can’t afford to delay indefinitely. As your parents get older, it’s
Williamstown Food Pantry Readies Christmas Donations
Volunteers tackle the task of assembling Christmas food baskets for families who are assisted by the Williamstown Food Pantry on Wednesday morning at Sts. Patrick and Raphael Parish. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — It wasn't a Sunday, but the parish center of Sts. Patrick and Raphael was bustling Wednesday with
Lanesborough School Committee's Barton Resigns
The division between Chairwoman Regina DiLego and School Committee member Robert Barton came to a head on Tuesday morning with Barton's resignation. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Citing distrust of the committee's chairman, a member of the Lanesborough School Committee on Tuesday morning tendered his
Clark Art to Charge Admission Starting Jan. 1
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Clark Art Institute on Tuesday officially posted its new admission policy, ending a long-standing practice of free admission November through May.   Beginning Jan. 1, adult admission to the galleries will be $20, according to the museum's website.   Admission will continue to be free
BRNC Wins Open Country Award From Outdoor Life
  A photo posted by @berkshirenaturalresources on Jan 1, 2014 at 8:05pm PST PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Outdoor Life magazine has named Berkshire Natural Resources Council as one of its four 2014 Open Country Award winners
Tree Lightings & Holiday Events 2014
North Adams' tree lighting is Nov. 26. Holiday Events The list for Christmas Masses in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield can be found on the diocese website or at The Christmas Eve liturgy from St. Michael's Cathedral in Springfield will be rebroadcast Christmas morning at 11 a.m.
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