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Greylock Appoints Two New Directors
01:08PM / Friday, July 27, 2018

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union announced the selection of Krystle A. Gallo and John L. Bissell as the newest members of the credit union's volunteer Board of Directors.

"Our newest members bring a wealth of unique experiences to our volunteer board. Krystle's impressive accomplishments as a leader in the corporate world will provide us with important insights. John's experience as the credit union's president and CEO for the past three years, in addition to his talents as a community leader and advocate for financially-underserved people in the Berkshires will bring an important voice to our board," Board Chair Ann D. Deely said.

Gallo

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Berkshire Hills Appoints Corporate Social Responsibility Officer
12:52PM / Friday, July 27, 2018

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Hills Bancorp has appointed Gary Levante to vice president/corporate social responsibility (CSR) officer, a newly created position within the Berkshire Bank Foundation.
 
In this role, Levante will work to expand the foundation's community engagement efforts to implement an all-encompassing CSR strategy. In doing so, Levante will lead Berkshire's efforts to integrate corporate social responsibility into all of the company's and foundation's activities, supporting key objectives, such as strengthening communities and engaging employees. Levante will oversee the development of CSR goals, policies and programs, with a strong focus on

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Feeding the hungry
by buddy 04:12PM / Friday, February 21, 2014

Williamstown Community Preschool Installs New Signage
by Billsville 02:46PM / Tuesday, February 26, 2013


WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Community Preschool began sprucing up its new home by hiring local sign maker Lindsay Neathawk,

Williamstown Youth Center Thanks Bedard Bros.
by Billsville 02:13PM / Friday, June 22, 2012
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First Assistant Moran Eyes Northern Berkshire Register Of Deeds Post
By Jack Guerino, iBerkshires Staff
02:32AM / Friday, July 27, 2018
ADAMS, Mass. — Northern Berkshire Register of Deeds candidate and first assistant register Deborah Moran is ready to step up to the office’s top position.   "I have the experience. I have been there for 26 years and I have started a lot of projects that I would like to see continue," Moran, an Adams native, said. "I have an appreciation for the history of the office…and I really enjoy this work."   Moran, who is running as an independent, will vie against a single opponent, Maria Ziemba, for the position soon to be left by longtime Register Frances Brooks, who plans to retire.   Before being hired as a junior clerk in 1992, Moran worked

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Ziemba Looks To Bring Her Experience To Northern Berkshire Register Of Deeds Job
By Jack Guerino, iBerkshires Staff
02:00AM / Friday, July 27, 2018
ADAMS, Mass. — Northern Berkshire Register of Deeds candidate Maria Ziemba wants to be the reliable, experienced face of the Registry.    "It’s my next logical step and I have been in the registry for over 20 years and I have plenty more to go," the Adams native said. "This is what I do, this is who I am, this is what I love, this is my passion and I am dedicated to it."   Ziemba, who is running as a Democrat, will vie against a single opponent, Deborah Moran, in the November election for the position soon to be vacated by longtime Register Frances Brooks who plans to retire.   Ziemba is a Bay Path University graduate and before coming to

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Foehl's 23 Help Mount Greylock Edge Hoosac Valley in Giorgi League
09:36PM / Thursday, July 26, 2018
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Toby Foehl scored 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds Thursday to lead the Mount Greylock boys basketball team to a 55-54 win in the high school division of the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League at Noel Field.   Derek Paris scored 11 points for the Mounties.   Hoosac got 12 points from Casey Meczywor to lead four players in double figures.   Josh Paree and Izaha Stubbs each had a double double. Paree scored 11 points and had 12 rebounds, and Stubbs finished with 11 and 11. Sam Larabee had 10 points.   In Thursday's other game, Drury beat McCann Tech, 79-45.   Reece Racette led the way with 24 points, and Scott McGuire had 20 for the

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Berkshire Mall Closes to Shoppers - Again
08:58PM / Thursday, July 26, 2018

A hand-lettered sign on the door of the Berkshire Mall on Thursday afternoon.

LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The latest in a series of intermittent closures had the Berkshire Mall closed to commerce on Thursday.

The Regal Cinema remained open for its regular schedule of shows. A barricade consisting of a fence and upturned tables from the food court prevented people entering to go to the movies from venturing into the food court and beyond.

At Target, the large gate was down over the department store’s mall entrance.

The manager on duty at Target just after 4 p.m. on Thursday said he did not know when the store received word that the mall would be closing for the day, and he did not

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'Three Identical Strangers': Relatively Horrifying
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires film critic
04:18PM / Thursday, July 26, 2018
You don't have to be Jewish to lament "Oy, yoy, yoy" after seeing director Tim Wardle's shocking documentary, "Three Identical Strangers." After being presented a series of outlandish and disturbing disclosures about the title triplets separated at birth, adopted by three separate families and who are reunited at age 19, you'll warm up for that final assessment by first issuing several "Holy Cows," a few "Yipes" and perhaps a couple good old-fashioned "Wows."   Unaware of, or having forgotten about, the celebrity that Eddy Galland, David Kellman and Robert Shafran enjoyed when they discovered each other in the early 1980s, I

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Downpours Will Continue to Sprinkle Berkshires Over Next Week
By Matt McGrory, Special to iBerkshires
10:14PM / Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Blue skies peek out from between dark clouds Wednesday afternoon.

Do you need an umbrella, or do you need sunglasses? Lately it seems in Berkshire County, you need both every time you leave the house.

As anyone who has grown up in the Berkshires is aware, the county’s climate is prone to violently fluctuate from one extreme to another over the course of the seasons - and even over the course of the day. 

This recent weather pattern has shown that to be true.

Every day this week, sunshine has peeked in and out around heavy downpours, while temperatures have been high and humidity has been oppressive. Will that pattern continue?

According to weather.com, over the next two weeks,

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Singing! Dancing! Naked Singing and Dancing!
By Grace Lichtenstein, iBerkshires columnist
02:56PM / Wednesday, July 25, 2018

'West Side Story' will be shown at Tanglewood on Saturday night, accompanied live by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Musical theater thrives in the region this week — on stage and on film. It might require a drive, but you can hear country/western music, Bernstein and great stuff for children in the coming days ... or catch up with nudity that began 50 years ago and caused a sensation on Broadway.

 

Tanglewood

The most famous work by Leonard Bernstein, whose centennial is being celebrated all summer worldwide, is, of course, "West Side Story." At the Shed on Saturday night at 8 p.m., Tanglewood presents the remastered movie of this iconic musical, on big

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Classical Music High Season is Ablaze
By Stephen Dankner, Special to iBerkshires
12:42PM / Wednesday, July 25, 2018

During late July into early August, with concerts at Tanglewood and at other celebrated regional venues, the classical music festival high season lights up with sure-fire programming. Major orchestral offerings at Tanglewood this week include Mozart's groundbreaking Symphony No. 40 and Brahms' poignant Symphony No. 3, along with solo star turns by the world-renowned pianist Garrick Ohlsson and the sublimely poetic violinist Gil Shaham.

Adventurous listeners take note: Add to the above the Festival of Contemporary Music from July 26-30 in Ozawa Hall, directed by composer/conductor/pianist Thomas Adès. The musical palette broadens to present a gallery of newly composed works,

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Where You Live as Retiree Can Affect Financial Strategies
11:54AM / Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Upon retiring, many people relocate to enjoy a more favorable climate, or to be closer to grown children, or to live in an area they have visited and enjoyed. If you, too, are thinking of moving someday, you will want to study possible locations, but you also need to be aware that where you eventually decide to live can greatly affect your savings and investment strategies – both now and during your retirement.

Here are some relocation costs to consider:

Housing: Not surprisingly, the larger the city, the more expensive the housing is likely to be. Also, locations near an ocean or the mountains tend to be more costly. But the type of housing you select – house, apartment or

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Barrington Stage Youth Theatre Presents 'James and the Giant Peach'
11:49AM / Wednesday, July 25, 2018

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Barrington Stage Youth Theatre presents "James and the Giant Peach" from July 26 through Aug. 12 at Berkshire Museum.

"James and the Giant Peach," book by Timothy Allen MdDonald, based on the book "James and the Giant Peach" by Roald Dahl, is a brand new take on this "masterpeach" of a tale. Featuring a wickedly tuneful score and a witty and charming book, this is an adventurous musical about courage and self-discovery. When James is sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old fruit tree, he discovers a magic potion that grows a tremendous peach, rolls into the ocean and launches a journey of enormous proportions.

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