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Letter: Support for Paul Caccaviello for District Attorney
To the Editor: Before making any important decision, all facts should be examined and weighed. When considering which candidate to vote for as Berkshire District attorney, a review of the responsibilities of the office is helpful. Under the law, the DA is the highest law enforcement officer in the county whose primary duty of the
Letter: Moran Top Choice For Register of Deeds Position
To the editor: Moran Top Choice For Register of Deeds Position I am writing to express my full support for Deborah A. Moran and her candidacy for the position of register at the Northern Berkshire Registry of Deeds. I have had the opportunity to witness her progression through life and her professional career through the years. In
Letter: Maria Ziemba for Register of Deeds
To the Editor: I am writing to express my support for Maria Ziemba to become the next North Berkshire register of deeds. I have known Maria for several years and she has been an active presence in the community for a very long time. Maria has several years of experience in the registry and will be an open-minded individual who is
Letter: District Attorney Seat Belongs to the People
To the Editor: The position of district attorney is not a tenured position. It is not a seat that you earn over time. It does not belong to any one person. There is a reason for this. No one should have a monopoly on this office for years at a time. It is important for fair administration. This is why we have elections for certain
Louison House Sees Challenges, Restoration in Year Ahead
Director Kathy Keeser and board President Michael Goodwin welcomes community partners to Louison House's annual meeting. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Louison House has sheltered more than 100 people over the past year — some for months, some for a night.    "The reality is the people who come to
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'Colette': Liberté, Égalité and Literature
Watching director Wash Westmoreland's "Colette," about the life and times of Gabrielle Colette, the heralded French literary figure whose celebrated "Claudine" novels were published under her husband's name, I feared I wasted my life by never having moved to Paris.    Such hyperbolic
Berkshire Republicans Back Democrat Caccaviello In DA's Race
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — In the latest surprising turn in the race for district attorney, the second-place finisher in the Democratic primary has now been endorsed by the Republican Party.    Paul Caccaviello is being supported in his write-in campaign against Andrea Harrington by the Berkshire County Republican
Baseball in the Berkshires Offers STEM Programming
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. -- STEM programming is coming to the Baseball in the Berkshires Museum.   The exhibit at the Berkshire Mall will present monthly programs on science, technology, engineering and math starting Saturday, Nov. 3, from 1-2 p.m. for all ages.   The first program is "The Crack of the Bat." Learn
Community Health Programs Names New Trustee
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Alfred "A.J." Enchill Jr. has been named to the Community Health Programs Board of Trustees. His appointment was confirmed by the CHP board at its October meeting. Enchill is district aide to state Sen. Adam Hinds, based in Pittsfield, where he focuses on constituent services and community
Pension Buyout Offer: Annuity or Lump Sum?
If you participate in a pension plan at work, you might be offered a buyout at some point. This could happen if your employer wants to shrink its future pension obligations or if your company has been bought, and your new employer decides to terminate your existing pension plan. In either case, you will likely have two main options: You can
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