|BC Arc Celebrates Successes at Annual Meeting|
Awards were given to those individuals who made great progress in the last year.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Those with autism, brain injuries or who are developmentally challenged should be treated just like everybody else and Berkshire County Arc tries to do just that.
Through numerous programs throughout the
|Mount Greylock's Welch Awarded Kapteyn Teaching Prize|
Kirsten Kapteyn, the widow of James Cornelius Kapteyn, talks about the reasons why Welch was selected for the honor.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The 2018 winner of the James Cornelius Kapteyn Prize for excellence in teaching was hailed Sunday as an educator who combines an encyclopedic knowledge of the material, masterful
|Williams Men's, Women's Soccer Fall in NESCAC Finals|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Ellie Greenberg scored in the 68th minute Sunday to lift the Middlebury College women's soccer team to a 1-0 win over Williams in the New England Small College Athletic Conference title game.
The Panthers generated just two shots on goal against the Ephs and keeper Olivia Barnhill.
|Operation Christmas Soliciting Donations for North County Veterans|
Office assistant Tina Samson shows one of the bags donated by Waubeeka Golf Links. Those and bags from Big Y will be filled with products for veterans in need this holiday.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Operation Christmas for Veterans is off to a strong start: boxes and bags of donated clothing, home goods and hygiene items are
|Hirsch Scores for Williams Men in Semi-Final Win|
AMHERST, Mass. -- Demian Gass and Eric Hirsch each scored Saturday to lead the Williams College men's soccer team to a 2-0 win over Hamilton in the semi-finals of the New England Small College Athletic Conference tournament.
Gass scored the game-winner in the 76th minute with an assist from Chris
|Guest Column: We Are Too Great to Hate|
As the president of a public institution of higher education, I have the unique opportunity to hear from many voices of those who represent the next generation. It should come as no surprise that there are myriad concerns coming through in those voices about the state of our country.
Between the Trump administration's seeking
|Letter: Moran Much More Experienced for Register of Deeds|
To the Editor:
I am writing this letter to support Debbie Moran in her candidacy for the Northern Berkshire Register of Deeds.
In looking at both candidates, one might say that they both have significant experience in the office, with both having over 20 years, and Debbie having the most with 26-plus years in the office, but to examine
|Letter: Caccaviello Offers Leadership, Continuity|
To the Editor:
As a respite care foster parent for nine years for children who have been traumatized by violence and/or sexual assault; as a crime victim myself; as an elected School Committee member (winning as a write-in) and a former Fair Housing commissioner; I know the work that Paul Caccaviello and the staff of the Berkshire district
|Letter: Harrington Right Person for DA|
To the Editor:
It was supposed to be easy.
The position of district attorney in Berkshire County was his to be had. It was set up so well. A shady backroom deal between the 14-year veteran DA and the Republican governor ... an early retirement of the 14-year veteran to allow him to run as the incumbent ... and a last minute switch to
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