|@theMarket: The Trump Dump|
Investors were shocked this week when the U.S. stock markets fell almost 2 percent in one day.
Wall Street blamed it on the growing scandals engulfing the White House. However, there was little follow through despite predictions that this was the beginning of the long-awaited pullback.
To be honest, much of
|Hinds Gives BRPC Updates From the State House|
LENOX, Mass. — Local organizations have great long-term plans for the future of Berkshire County. But, state Sen. Adam Hinds said the state needs to get the "fundamentals right" before that can take hold.
Hinds spoke with the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission on Thursday and reviewed the Comprehensive
|The Independent Investor: Health-Care Costs Are Strangling Us|
Recently, none other than the Sage of Omaha, Warren Buffet, has sounded the alarm on what he sees as the number one threat to American businesses — rising health care costs. His advice is that we better do something and do it quickly.
While Congress bickers over how to repeal and replace Obamacare, there is still a large
|Three Williams Seniors Win Oxford Fellowships|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Three Williams College seniors have won fellowships for two years of post-graduate study at Oxford University.
Allison Holle and Gordon Wilford have won the Donovan-Moody Memorial Fellowship for study at Exeter College at Oxford. Jeffrey Sload has won the Martin-Wilson Fellowship for study at Worcester College
|Maintaining Your Current Sign Offers Many Benefits|
Dust and clutter begins to take over as we hibernate for winter, waiting for the highly anticipated weather of spring and summer to provide a fresh start through the ritual of spring cleaning. Spring cleaning is not only for emptying garages and raking lawns, but it is also the perfect time to spruce up your business's sign.
|Williamstown ZBA Denies Hotel Bid for Lehovec Property|
A rendering of the hotel proposed for the Lehovec property. The ZBA on Thursday denied the special permits for the project.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A divided Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday ruled against four applications for special permits that would have allowed the development of a 77-room, three-story hotel at
|Clothing Sale, Now a Decade Old, Set for Saturday, May 20|
Volunteers of all ages help make the clothing sale successful.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Fresh off being named the "Best Annual Consignment Sale" in the Berkshires, the annual Williamstown Elementary School PTO clothing sale will be held Saturday, May, 20, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
|Health Officials Talk Substance Abuse From Jail to Recovery|
Alan Bianchi said the Berkshire County sheriff's office focuses on helping the 'whole' person to prepare inmates for life outside of the jail. The hope is the inmate won't end up back in the Berkshire County House of Correction in the future.
DALTON, Mass. — Where does the system fail from the time an
|Williamstown Recognizes Outstanding Citizens at Town Meeting|
Town Moderator Adam Filson reads the citation honoring Linda Conway.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — As nearly 300 residents gathered Tuesday evening to do their civic duty, they heard about three individuals who have gone above and beyond for the community.
Kelly Galusha, Linda Conway and David Rempell each were
|Is Your Portfolio 'Healthy'?|
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. If you can exercise regularly, you'll help yourself feel better, control your weight and even reduce the chances of developing certain diseases. But why not extend the concept of "fitness" to other areas of your life – such as your investment portfolio?
And to help
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