|Lanesborough Considering Options For School Project Vote|
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Residents may or may not have a chance to vote on the Mount Greylock Regional School building project at a special town meeting.
Mount Greylock School Committee Chairwoman Carrie Greene told the Selectmen on Monday that a special town meeting vote isn't needed to authorize the borrowing but the
|Williams Eyes Solutions to Museum Building's Deficiencies|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The building that houses the Williams College Museum of Art is bursting at the seams.
Making matters worse: There are too many seams to burst.
The college is looking at locations to build a new home for the museum and art department.
The current home Lawrence Hall, which
|Berkshire Tidbits: Berkshires Featured on Barefoot Contessa|
The Barefoot Contessa Episode
Featuring Berkshire Food Shops
Saturday, Dec. 19, 8 a.m.; Monday, Dec. 21, 4 p.m.
Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten and her husband, Jeffrey, came to the Berkshires with friends. They shopped, they filmed and the Barefoot Holiday episode that aired starting this past weekend.
|Group Marches Through Williamstown to Advocate for Gun Safety|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Carrying signs reading “#enough,” “change the laws or change Congress” and “Stop the NRA” and wearing orange knit caps, a group of upward of 65 people walked down Spring Street on Sunday afternoon calling for change to current gun control laws.
The Williamstown “Orange
|Williams Men's Basketball Team Rallies Past Springfield|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Freshman guard Bobby Casey converted a three-point play with 34.4 seconds remaining to give the Williams College men's basketball team a 70-62 lead over the Springfield College Pride and put the game out of reach.
The Ephs (6-2) went on to win Saturday by a final score of 72-62 after overcoming a
|Kuster, Paris Lead Team to Youth League Win|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Tate Kuster scored 10 points and Derek Paris added nine to lead MacFarlane Office Supplies to a 25-22 win over Mickle Electric on Wednesday in the Lanesborough-Williamstown Youth Basketball Association.
For Mickle, Thomas Martin scored 11 points and Alex Axt scored four.
|@theMarket: Where Oil Goes, So Goes the Market|
Stocks had a tough week. All averages are now negative for the year once again and will continue to go lower until oil finds a bottom or the market disconnects from energy prices. The problem with that scenario is that no one knows if and when that will occur.
The price of crude is down 14 percent since December 1 and 35 percent since May.
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