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Gold Medal Swimmer, Williamstown Resident to Speak at Bay State Winter Games
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Olympic Gold Medalist and former Bay State Games competitor Samantha Livingstone will share her story through her “Dreams Come True” presentation at the Bay State Winter Games.   Livingstone will  meet with the athletes and their families while at the annual Bay State Games’ Athlete
Williamstown Housing Trust to Make Decision Thursday on Cole Ave. Property
Editor's Note: On Tuesday morning, Affordable Housing Trust Chairman Tom Sheldon rescheduled the board's next meeting to Thursday, Feb. 8, in anticipation of Wednesday's snowstorm.   WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The board of the town's Affordable Housing Trust will vote Wednesday Thursday whether it wants
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Small Forgotten Hancock Library Spurred Back To Life
After being elected as a library trustee, Olivia Johnson has dedicated herself to reviving the Taylor Memorial Library. HANCOCK, Mass. — Olivia Johnson loves the role libraries play in a community.    She went to her local library, the Taylor Memorial Library on Main Street, opened the doors and it was
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Heskett Scores 31 to Lead Williams Men to Victory
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- James Heskett scored 31 points Saturday to lead the Williams College men's basketball team to a 72-55 win over Bowdoin.   Bobby Casey scored 12 for the Ephs (18-4, 6-2 NESCAC), who go to Amherst on Friday.   Women's Basketball LEWISTON, Maine -- Lauren Petit scored 14 points to lead
Snowfall Predictions: Super Bowl Sunday
Super Bowl Sunday is sizing up to be more rainy than snowy, but there's a chance of snow showers and sleet early in the week.    The National Weather Service is forecasting some light snow showers Sunday morning with a mix of rain and snow after midnight Sunday. The roads will be slippery so drive with
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New Clark Art Exhibit Draws From Philanthropist's Collection
Regular visitors to the Clark Art Institute might recognize this drawing or, at least, the sculpture it inspired. (Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917), 'Three Studies of a Dancer,' c. 1880. Black, pink, and white pastel on light brown paper, 18 3/4 × 24 3/4 in. Thaw Collection, Morgan Library & Museum,
Halloran Goal Lifts Williams Women's Hockey
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Meghan Halloran scored a goal and set up another Friday to lead the Williams College women's hockey team to a 2-1 win over Trinity.   After a scoreless first two periods, Halloran scored midway through the third on assists from Abby Brustad and Annie Rush.   With 23 seconds left, Halloran and
BMC Opens Central County Renal Dialysis Center
The hospital renovated the inside of the former Berkshire Hematology practice. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Edith King doesn't feel like the hours she spends receiving renal dialysis is a problem.   "This is the greatest place you can come to if you've got kidney problems. I feel like I don't have a
@theMarket: Higher Wages Clobber Markets
@theMarket: Higher Wages Clobber Markets   Gains in a worker's paycheck are supposed to be a good thing, right? It means they can spend more, which contributes to growth in the economy, and maybe have a happier life. If all of that is true, why has the stock market swooned in response to Friday's labor
'Hostiles': Requiem for the Horse Opera
You know that lyric from "Home on the Range," where the cowpoke asserts that "seldom is heard a discouraging word?" Well, if you go by the realistic take on the Old West proffered in director/writer Scott Cooper's "Hostiles," the reason no one says anything discouraging is that they're either dead or
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