Not a member? Become one today!
         iBerkshires     Williamstown Chamber     Williams College     Your Government     Land & Housing Debate
Biz Briefs: Jacob's Pillow Archive Site Builds on Successful Season
Door to the past: Following the record-breaking success of Festival 2016 and the increased demand for its resources, Jacob's Pillow Dance announces year-round online access to its impressive archives through a new website. Beginning this year, digitized content and a large amount of information is available to the public, offering an
BArT Announces Upcoming 'Shadow Day'
ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Arts and Technology Charter Public School will host a "Shadow Day" for students interested in either enrolling at BArT for the upcoming 2017-18 school year or transferring into BArT during this current 2016-17 school year. Shadow Days provide students with an opportunity to experience classes
Think About Test-Driving Your Next Tractor First
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — When you're buying a car, you probably take each car you are considering for a test drive, around the block or around town or even overnight. After all, with such a big purchase, you want to make sure that it's a good fit. You want to make sure it's comfortable, that it accelerates and brakes
Williamstown Lumber Yard Growing to Meet Demand
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Growing customer need means more buildings and more workers at R.K. Miles Inc. The building materials supplier at the corner of Cole Avenue and North Hoosac Road has added five new buildings to its complex and more than doubled the number of employees. Glenn Hebert, general manager of the Williamstown
Mount Greylock Set to Finalize $30M School Bond
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School building project is on track to hit a couple of milestones this week.   On Monday, the School Committee will float $30 million worth of bonds to pay for the renovation and expansion addition to the junior-senior high school.   On Friday,
@theMarket: Day Traders Rule the Markets
What a week of volatility! The Dow was up or down 100 points or more every day while the other averages were equally as volatile. Brace yourself, because October should be just as crazy. Pick your poison: the presidential debate, fears of a global banking crisis, a spike in oil — all of them provided a field day for short-term
Vermont Author Pens Fiction Novel Based in Local History
STAMFORD, Vt. — Local author Peter Grudin has harnessed the spirit of Western Massachusetts and Southern Vermont in shaping a story that weaves through time. The retired Williams College professor of English and literature said his novel, "Right Here," centers around a house and its history.
Mill Children Exhibit to Open This Weekend in Adams
Young boys posing outside the Berkshire Cotton Manufacturing in 1911. Lewis Hine's photos were instrumental in the passing of child labor laws.  ADAMS, Mass. — The "Mill Children" exhibit reopens this weekend at its new location in the Berkshire Mill.   Native William Kolis, who has been
Second Congregational Church Installs Interim Minister
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Second Congregational Church of Williamstown has named the Rev. Barbara A. Kershner as its interim minister. The Rev. Kershner succeeds the Rev. Penny Rich Smith, who served the congregation for 23 years. From 2001-2014, the Rev. Kershner served as pastor of St. John's U.C.C. in Orwigsburg, Pa., a
SVMC Health Blog: Five Easy Swaps for a Healthier Lunch Box
It's back to school time, which means parents and kids are shopping for items to fill up lunch boxes and brown paper bags. Sure, you could choose the same foods you chose last year, plus whatever new "superfoods" that just hit the supermarket. However, just as the New Year is a good time to make resolutions, a new school year
Page 223 of 226... 218  219  220  221  222  223  224  225  226 is owned and operated by: Boxcar Media 102 Main Sreet, North Adams, MA 01247 -- T. 413-663-3384 F.413-664-4251
© 2011 Boxcar Media LLC - All rights reserved