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Ranked Choice Voting Seen as Way to End Vote Splitting In Elections
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Voters are heading to the polls this Tuesday to cast ballots for one of the three candidates in the Berkshire district attorney's race.   But they have to figure out the game -- this election, just like last year's for state representative in North County, won't simply identify a party
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Q&A: Girls Nation Gives Mount Greylock Senior New Sense of Patriotism
McComish out registering voters in Arizona earlier this summer.  WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Mount Greylock Regional School senior Karen Magnusdottir McComish spent her summer learning about America and gaining an appreciation for those, like her, who one day will help lead it.   McComish, a politically
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Zamore Wins Mount Greylock Road Race
ADAMS, Mass. -- Turner Zamore Sunday won the 43rd annual Mount Greylock Road Race, reaching the summit of the commonwealth’s highest peak in 53 minutes, 11.62 seconds.   Zamore, 34, set a pace of 6:39 per mile to lead a pack of 254 finishers.   He finished just more than three minutes ahead of runner-up Cameron
Endorsements Roll in For Final Push in District Attorney Race
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — As the primary election day approaches, a number of elected officials have been choosing their sides in the district attorney race.   Whether those final affirmations by well-known names will swing any late-deciders toward — or away — from a candidate is yet to be seen. Still, the candidates
Dellea's 'Quiet' Service Trumpeted as BCC Turf Field Named in His Honor
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — On Friday afternoon, Berkshire Community College ushered in a new era in Berkshire County sports and recognized a longtime civic leader in the process. The best part for honoree Gene Dellea? It just may be the fact that his part came at the end of a 45-minute dedication.   "For all of you who know
@theMarket: September's stock market
Next week, Wall Street's big boys return to their offices. Campaigning for mid-term elections moves to the front burner, and tariff threats between the U.S. and China will likely escalate. Welcome to one of the worst months of the year for stocks.   It is true that both September and October tend to be negative months for the
Berkshire Money Management Welcomes New Community Development Director
DALTON, Mass. — Berkshire Money Management, a locally based investment advisory firm, announces that Berkshire native Nichole Dupont has joined the firm's growing team of investment and business professionals. Dupont is a freelance writer, editor and communications consultant whose work has appeared in multiple regional and
This Week in Williamstown: Aug. 30-Sept. 7
WEEKLY ARTMAKING: IN PLEIN SITE Thursday, August 30, 1 - 4 p.m. Look outside the galleries and find a special demonstration by a visual artist working en plein air on the Clark’s campus. Get inspired by their work and by the paintings on view in special
Holiday Hours: Labor Day
Labor Day is being celebrated Monday, Sept. 3. Labor Day was established as a federal holiday in 1971 by Congress and is held on the first Monday of September. Read a history of Labor Day here. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1882, in New York City, in accordance with the plans of the Central Labor Union. The
'Puzzle': She's Come A Long Way, Maybe
We are reminded in Marc Turtletaub's "Puzzle," about an unappreciated housewife who finds meaning and identity in doing jigsaw puzzles, that if you want to find truth, look to fiction. We Homo sapiens have been doing it since time immemorial. No one's feelings get hurt, at least not until their misdeeds are exposed for what
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