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Berkshire Elected Officials Support Grossman Campaign
Sheriff Thomas Bowler, state Rep. William 'Smitty' Pignatelli and Treasurer and gubernatorial candidate Steve Grossman toured Apex Resource Technologies on Thursday. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Just slightly more than a week before the primary, Steven Grossman was in town to announce the endorsements of
Historical Commission Delays Williams' Plan for Demolition
Williams College is asking to tear down 54 Stetson Court (Harper House) to make way for a new dormitory. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Historical Commission on Wednesday voted to delay for three months removal of two houses owned by Williams College on land where it wants to build a new
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Springfield Bishop Rozanski to Visit Berkshires
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski, newly installed Bishop of Springfield, will make his first official pastoral visit to the Berkshires on Sunday, Aug. 31. The bishop will celebrate the 11:30 a.m. liturgy with priests from the Berkshires at St. Joseph's Church on North Street, followed by a receiving line at parish
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Lt. Gov. Candidate Cheung Focused On Technology Biz Sector
Leland Cheung visited Camp Russell this past weekend. RICHMOND, Mass. — Leland Cheung speaks the same language of those in the technology business sector.   Cheung is running for lieutenant governor to help advance those industries in the state. Cheung has spent his last five years as a
Worker Assistance Center Opened in North Adams
Former NARH employee Diane Pytko, center, opens the new Worker Assistance Center with Secretary of Labor Rachel Kaprielian. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Rather than a ribbon, the new Worker Assistance Center in City Hall was celebrated Wednesday with the opening of a door. Hopefully, a door that will lead to new
Berkshire Arts & Technology Bus Route 2014-15
ADAMS, Mass. — The first day of school for Berkshire Arts & Technology Public Charter School is Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014. Students should be waiting at their bus stop 10 minutes before the scheduled time; all times are advisory. The afternoon drop-off is the reverse of morning pickup. No food or drink allowed on the buses and
Fashion Show to Benefit Berkshire Humane Society
Former shelter cat Mikey makes himself at home at Catwalk, the women's clothing boutique that operates solely to benefit the Berkshire Humane Society. GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Mimi Rosenblatt was the type of kid who would collect worms and bugs to study them, fascinated by creatures big and small. So
Region Already Feeling Impact of Clark Art Reopening
Professor Stephen Sheppard speaks Wednesday about the potential economic impact of the Clark Art at a Berkshire Chamber of Commerce breakfast in Williamstown. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The economic dividends on the region of the Clark Art Institute's $145 million expansion has been postulated for months, if not
Area Democrats Ramping Up For November Statewide Election
State Sen. Benjamin Downing is the chairman of the party's coordinated campaign aimed to rally voters to the polls in November. RICHMOND, Mass. — County Democrats haven't forgotten the night Republican Scott Brown was elected to the U.S. Senate. And they don't want anything similar
MountainOne President Leaving for Vermont Institution
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The president of MountainOne is returning to Vermont. Northfield Savings Bank on Monday announced that Thomas S. Leavitt would become the company's 14th president and chief executive in a notice posted on Vermont Business. He was on the senior management team of Vermont's Merchants Bank for 16
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