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Larabee, Giorgi Honored With 'Frankie' Awards
Al Giorgi, left, and Mike Larabee are seated with their awards. Behind, from left, are presenter Frank Bird, Frank Zoltek's daughters (Heather Regan and Sherri Tracey) and presenter Bill Robinson.   WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Al Giorgi left no doubt about the source of his passion for
Former Finance Director Returns to Williamstown as Pastor
Chuck St. John, the town's former finance director, has returned to Williamstown as pastor of First Baptist Church. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — When Charles "Chuck" St. John left North County three years ago to answer God's call, he never expected to be called back.   But St.
Holiday Hours: Labor Day
Labor Day is being celebrated Monday, Sept. 1. Memorial Day was established as a federal holiday in 1971 by Congress and is held on the first Monday of September. Read a history of Labor Day here. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1882, in New York City, in accordance with the plans of the Central Labor Union.
Northern Berkshire Pediatric Opens Williamstown Satellite Office
Northern Berkshire Pediatrics to open Williamstown office. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — It is not quite a house call, but it may be a good call for families in Williamstown and Bennington County, Vt., who take their children to Northern Berkshire Pediatrics.   The North Adams-based practice on
@theMarket: What's Up With Bonds?
At the beginning of the year, Wall Street was certain that interest rates were on their way up. Investors dumped all kinds of bonds anticipating that prices would plummet. Bond prices did the upset. Go figure. The reversal caught just about everyone by surprise (including me). The thinking behind the bond call was straightforward. The Fed
'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For': Graphic, Indeed
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Weinstein Company  Eva Green is graphically nihilistic in the violently uncomical comic world of 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.' Whether you call it beautifully ugly or
The Independent Investor: Baby Boomers and Retiremen
The nation's work force has experienced some traumatic events over the past five years. Between the financial crises, global competition and the slow pace of domestic economic growth, is it any wonder that employment in the U.S. is not what it should be? Yet the biggest challenge of all may be right around the corner as the Baby Boomers
Williams Hosts Food Fair to Promote Spring Street
Williams College students will sampling Spring Street's fare on Sunday and Williamstown residents are invited to join them. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Spring Street's merchants are rolling out the red carpet to welcome the town's newest batch of temporary residents ... and renew acquaintances
McCann Technical School Bus Routes 2014
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — McCann Technical School opens for the school year Thursday, Sept. 5. Freshman should report to the cafeteria on arrival and seniors to the gym. Start at 8 a.m. and dismissal at 2:45 p.m. Florida  6:30  Monroe Road 6:35  Whitcomb Hill Road 6:45  River Road 7:00  Church
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Are We There Yet?: The End of Summer Stinks
On Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, the heat in my house kicked on in the overnight hours. Say what? With the exception of a semi-uncomfortable warm day here or there, August was a mild, lovely month, filled with temperatures in the 70s and blue skies. Twice in August I ventured to evening shows at Tanglewood and ended up needing long pants and
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