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IS183 and The Clark Joining Forces for Art Workshops
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — This spring, IS183 Art School students will have the opportunity to interact with the collections and the campus at The Sterling and Francine Clark Institute.   By offering hands-on art-making on-site, IS183 will complement the Clark’s mission to advance and extend the public understanding of art.
Former Williams President to Serve as Interim Director of Clark Art Institute
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Board of Trustees of the Clark Art Institute has tapped Francis Oakley to serve as the interim director of the Institute following the Aug. 31 retirement of director Michael Conforti. Oakley, the former president of Williams College, is a long-time member of the Clark’s Board of Trustees and served as
Three Williams Swimmers Qualify for Olympic Trials
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Just five days after the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships, three members of Steve Kuster's Williams College swimming and diving teams qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials while competing in Indianapolis, Ind.   Senior Thad Ricotta and sophomore Ben Lin from the Eph men's team
Architects Make Presentation to Mount Greylock Building Committee
Representatives from architecture firm Design Partnership reviewed aspects of the current Mount Greylock Regional School on Thursday. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The architects hired to find solutions for Mount Greylock Regional School say any plan would leave the district prepared for the future without
Williams Women's Tennis Beats No. 1 Emory
LEXINGTON, Va. - The Williams College women's tennis team on Saturday earned a 6-3 win over top-ranked Emory University (10-2).   The Ephs maintain an undefeated record this season and continue to play strong on the road, setting their sights next to Carnegie Mellon on Sunday.   In doubles play, it was senior Maria
Lanesborough School Approves $182K Budget Cut
The School Committee approved a $182,823 cut to the school budget on Thursday. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — A $123,000 cut to the elementary school budget wasn't enough for several townspeople at Thursday's public hearing, which led the School Committee to cut an additional $60,000.   The
Williams College Admits 1,159 Students for Class of 2019
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams College has extended offers of admission to 1,159 applicants for the Class of 2019. They were selected from a total applicant pool of 6,883, for an overall acceptance rate of 16.8 percent. “We couldn’t be more pleased with the admitted group,” said Richard Nesbitt, director of
Applications Accepted for Lola Greene Legacy Scholarships
Applications are now being accepted for the Lola Greene Legacy Scholarship. A one-time grant of $250 to $500 will be awarded to a graduating high school senior from Berkshire County who is planning to continue to study Latin and/or the Classics in college. The scholarship will be awarded based on scholastic achievement with emphasis on
BFAIR Annual Meeting to Feature Self-Advocate With Down Syndrome
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Berkshire Family and Individual Resources will host its annual meeting on Friday, April 17, at the Williams Inn.   The breakfast, set to begin at 7:30 a.m., will include the presentation of several awards for employee recognition, as well as the recognition of the community employer of the year. 
Williamstown Election Lines Fill Up
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williamstown voters will have a full selectionion of Selectmen and Elementary School Committee candidates to choose from at the May 12 annual town election.   Town Clerk Mary Kennedy said as of Tuesday's 5 p.m. deadline, four people had returned nomination papers for the one open seat on the Board of
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