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Thousands Rally In Springfield in Support of Sanders
The Vermont senator held rallies in Springfield and in Boston on Saturday. SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Some 6,000 people were "feeling the Bern" in Springfield on Saturday.   Bernie Sanders, who seeking to run for the Oval Office in 2016 on the Democratic ticket, called for a
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@theMarket: October Should Be the Bottom
The third quarter was the worst for stocks in four years. Here we are in October and if history is any guide, investors should expect a bottom in the stock markets over the next three weeks. That does not necessarily mean that history is a dependable guide. Historical data has proven to be less than helpful over the last few years. That is
Adams Anthony Center Focuses on Creative Spaces
The Adams Anthony Center's most recent presentation focused on the development of live/work spaces for artists and other occupations. Speakers included Richard Tavelli, left, Francie Anne Riley, Eric Rudd and Bill Kolis. ADAMS, Mass. — A group working to stimulate growth in Adams is looking hard at zoning
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'The Intern': Works Well Enough
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   Warner Bros.  Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway play sweet and funny in the predictable but enjoyable 'The Intern.' Point of disclosure: Bobby De Niro and I go way back …
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The Independent Investor: The Stock Market & You
If one listens to the chatter throughout the financial media, you are most likely at your wits end in worry. No matter how much we may tell ourselves that this is not another 2008, the gnawing doubt in the pit of our stomach remains. Let me say categorically that we are not entering another financial crisis. The stock market is not going
Superior Court Briefs: Sept. 28 - Oct. 1
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Monday, Sept. 28.   Lynn Stracuzzi, 40, of Pittsfield pleaded guilty to a single count of possession of heroin.   She was given a one-year suspended sentence at the Berkshire County House of Correction and placed on one-year probation. The charges stem from the execution of a
State Breaks Ground On War Memorial Tower Renovations
The American Legion, Department of Veterans Services Secretary Francisco Urena and DCR Commissioner Carol Sanchez celebrated the start of construction on Thursday. ADAMS, Mass. — The nearly two-year restoration of the Massachusetts Veterans War Memorial Tower at the summit of Mount Greylock has
Southwestern Vermont Medical Prepped for 'Active Shooter' Scenario
A 'victim' of Wednesday's active shooter drill is brought into the emergency department at Southern Vermont Medical Center. BENNINGTON, Vt. — Patients and families expect to find safety and security in a hospital. It's a place of healing, after all. But what if someone fractures the very
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Farmers' Skills Can Pay Off for Investors, Too
In many parts of the country, it’s harvest season. As a consumer, you will certainly be affected by the labors of farmers — and their particular skill set can also teach you a lot in your role as investor. Here are a few suggestions for putting farmers’ behaviors to work for you: * Keep a cool head. Farmers have to
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Column: Five Years of Type One Diabetes Is Long Enough
Five years. That's 1,825 days, 43,800 hours and 2,628,000 minutes since the most unwelcome guest entered my life. On Oct. 1, 2010, I brought my 4-year-old daughter, Noelle, to the pediatrician. She had been drinking a lot and peeing a lot, and a co-worker told me those were signs of diabetes. It
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