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Williams Volleyball Falls at Wesleyan
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – For the first conference matchup of the season, Williams (4-2, 0-1 NESCAC) played last year’s winners of the NESCAC Tournament, Wesleyan University (3-1, 1-0 NESCAC).   In the first set, Williams and Wesleyan started off with a back and forth attack. The set was tied at 11-11 when the Ephs built a
Clark Art Institute Names New Deputy Director
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Larry Smallwood, a veteran arts executive, will join the Clark Art Institute's staff as deputy director on Oct. 29. Smallwood succeeds Tony King, who is retiring from the Clark after a 20-year tenure. Smallwood is the deputy director and chief operating officer of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
NEPR Hires New Berkshire County Reporter
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Nancy Eve Cohen will cover Berkshire County for New England Public Radio. Cohen has been a freelance reporter with NEPR since 2012 and has produced an impressive body of reporting for the station including recent pieces on the legalization of marijuana in Massachusetts, local farming and school safety from the
New Executive Director Joins Berkshire Grown
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Berkshire Grown's Board of Trustees has announced that Margaret Moulton has assumed the role of executive director of the organization. Moulton's work with the Trustees of Reservations as an engagement site manager, and her long-time interest in sustainable agriculture as a volunteer educator at
Mount Greylock Building Committee Seeks More Information on Permit Fees
Williamstown resident Matt Sheehey asks the committee to take no action on payment for inspection services. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Building Committee on Thursday decided to defer action on an invoice from the town for inspection services and instead ask Williamstown's town manager to
'Juliet, Naked': Anatomy of a Triangle
Ethan Hawke's Tucker Crowe in Jesse Peretz's intelligent, seriocomic "Juliet, Naked," had me thinking back to 1969 when, during a hiccup in my education, I visited my best friend, rock 'n' roller Howard "Richard" Tepp, in Malibu. It was the era of free love and, like the fictitious Tucker Crowe, Howie,
BMC Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Starts Better Breathers Club
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center at Berkshire Medical Center is starting a Better Breathers Club, in collaboration with the American Lung Association. Better Breathers Clubs are welcoming support groups for patients and caregivers affected by chronic lung diseases including Chronic Obstructive
How Can Life Insurance Help You?
You may not be aware of it, but September is Life Insurance Awareness Month. Of course, you probably recognize, at least in a general sense, the importance of life insurance, but do you know the various ways in which it can help you? Life insurance can play a sizable role in your ability to achieve some important financial goals, such as
Ta-Nehisi Coates Featured Speaker at MCLA's Dukakis Lecture
  Ta-Nehisi Coates NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Best-selling author, journalist and Marvel Comics writer Ta-Nehisi Coates will be this year's featured speaker at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' annual fall lectures series.   Also speaking this fall will be Emmy Award-winning
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Locals Have Springfield College Football in National Rankings
A trio of Berkshire County football alumni have helped Springfield College to a 2-0 start and the No. 25 ranking in the country according to   Pittsfield High graduate Chad Shade, Pittsfield resident Jonny Bianchi and Hoosac Valley graduate Zach Wright each is contributing for the Pride, who have outscored opponents
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