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Community Health Programs Taps New Board Member
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The board of directors of Community Health Programs has named Celia Clancy of Lenox as a new member. Clancy is CEO of Celia Clancy Consulting and past CEO/president of The Fitzpatrick Companies. She brings to the board her background in retail and consumer goods business leadership and consulting. She has
Williamstown Pot Farm Proposal Withdrawn by Applicant
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The applicant who had sought to create marijuana plantation on Blair Road withdrew its application for a special permit on Thursday night.   Massflora, a subsidiary of Colorado-based Euflora Cannabis Dispensaries, asked the Zoning Board of Appeals to let it pull the application with
The Independent Investor: Epidemic Pulls Pork Prices Higher
The African swine fever could cause prices in China to spike 70 percent or more this year. The highly infectious disease is spreading throughout Asia and could lead to a large increase in the price of pork here at home as well.   Before you ask, this highly infectious virus, while deadly to pigs, is not harmful to humans. The
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'Poms': Something to Cheer About
The philosophical gist of "Poms," a rootin'-tootin' homage to Baby Boomer relevance about a former cheerleader who forms a cheer leading squad at her retirement community, reminded me of an illuminating exchange I had with my wife, Joanne, about 20 years ago.    We were driving across the Neversink River in
Stump's OT Goal Lifts Williams Men in NCAA Tourney
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Junior Kevin Stump scored with 58 seconds left in the second overtime period Wednesday to lift the No. 5 Williams College men's lacrosse team to a 12-11 win over No. 1 R.I.T. on the Tiger's Turf Field in a NCAA Div. III Tournament quarterfinal match-up.   The Ephs improved to 18-3 and will play rival
Letter: Williamstown Planning Board Election
To the Editor: Congratulations! Perhaps more townspeople will just say "No" to the progressing destruction of a lovely, traditional New England town. Current zoning restrictions are the result of careful deliberations. and have been time honored and starting this current ADU proposal with a questionable premise as to need, should
Time to ‘Cycle’ through Some Investment Ideas
If you've noticed an increase in bicycle-related events lately, it might be because May is recognized as "Bike Month" – and some cities even observe a specific Bike Week. Of course, bicycling is good exercise and an environmentally friendly method of transportation, but it can also teach us some lessons about
Preschool, Kindergarten Registrations Scheduled Around County
Berkshire County schools are starting to schedule preschool and kindergarten registration dates for the 2019-20 school year. Schools can send their information to to be included on this list. All students, regardless of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation,
Dante Birch Elected to Williamstown Planning Board
    Note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that the 2016 Waubeeka overlay proposal was a product of the Planning Board.   WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Dante Birch earned a seat on the Planning Board on Tuesday with a solid majority in the annual town election.   Birch defeated
Mount Greylock School District Developing Strategic Plan
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School District has identified five key goals to address in the district's first strategic plan since it fully regionalized to include its two elementary schools in November 2017.   Superintendent Kimberley Grady laid out the goals and discussed some of the steps the
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