|Berkshire Tidbits: Leaping Into Spring|
Maple trees are waking up all around the Berkshire area. At this point, this changeable but pretty warm winter, everybody is already tapping in the sugarbushes. Sap is running intermittently and being boiled into gallons of syrup.
Most producers have syrup to sell. Some producers have already made hundreds of gallons.
This is past
|Hillary Clinton Visits Western Mass on Eve of Primary|
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Hillary Clinton wowed a small crowd of supporters in Springfield on Monday morning before heading off to a larger rally in Boston just a day before the state's primary.
"I will work as hard as I can every single day. ... I will get up and to go to work for you and fight for you," the Democratic
|Williams Women Sixth at Middlebury Carnival|
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The 2016 EISA carnival season came to a close on Sunday with the last Nordic races. The day, which included a 15-kilometer mass start classic race for the women and a 20-kilometer version for the men at the RIkert Nordic Center, was a dramatic one for the Williams College Ephs.
In the men's race, junior Eli
|Greylock Boys Basketball 5th-6th Graders Wrap Up Season|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Greylock fifth- and sixth-grade travel basketball team wrapped up its season on Saturday with a two-point loss that eliminated the squad from the Berkshire County championship tournament.
Boys Club Blue defeated Greylock, 42-40, despite 20 points from Derek Paris and eight from Thomas
|Mount Greylock Committee Talks Over Lanesborough Meeting|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Members of the Mount Greylock School Committee spent much of Thursday's 2 1/2-hour meeting discussing Lanesborough's special town meeting, at which residents debated the district's proposed $64.8 million addition and renovation project.
Lanesborough officials placed a question for discussion of the
|Mount Greylock's Draft 2017 Budget Up 4%|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee on Thursday discussed an evolving fiscal 2017 budget.
As presented by Superintendent Douglas Dias and Principal Mary MacDonald, the budget includes a 3.91 percent increase over FY16, from $10.6 million to just less than $11 million.
Much of the increase is
|Greylock, Boys Club Win Youth Basketball County Titles|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Cole Wojtkowski scored 28 points on Sunday afternoon to lead Greylock to a 53-42 win over the Boys Club Black team in the Berkshire County Youth Basketball seventh- and eighth-grade championship game.
Toby Foehl scored 13, and Mitchell Jezouit added six for Greylock, which topped the Boys Club Black squad for the
|@theMarket: Odds High That markets Will Continue to Climb|
The S&P 500 Index broke through an important technical level this week. It is an encouraging sign and could mean that over the next few days that index could move even higher.
There are all sorts of technical levels that traders study. In the intermediate term, they usually look at the 50-day moving average. For the first time since
|Williamstown, Vermont Police Searching for Robbery Suspect|
Vermont law enforcement were at the Stewarts Shop in Pownal after a robbery there on Saturday night.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Multiple police agencies from two states Saturday night were investigating back-to-back armed robberies in Williamstown and Pownal, Vt.
At 8:22 p.m., a masked man entered the Spirit Shop at 280 Cole
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