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Williams Women's Basketball Beats WPI
09:23AM / Wednesday, January 03, 2024
WORCESTER, Mass. -- Cortland McBarron scored 21 points Tuesday to lead the Williams College women's basketball team to a 70-53 win over Worcester Polytechnic.   Arianna Gerig scored 10 points and blocked two shots in the win.   Williams (7-6) goes to Amherst on Friday.   Men's Hockey BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Garrett Devine scored two special teams goals Tuesday to lead the University of New England to a 4-1 win over Williams.   Nicholas Rashkovsky scored for Williams (2-8) which travels to face Trinity on Friday.

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Berkshire Green Drinks: Second Chance Composting in The Berkshires
08:00AM / Wednesday, January 03, 2024
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The first Berkshire Green Drinks of 2024 will feature John Pitroff, the owner of Second Chance Composting.    This free hybrid event is taking place on Wednesday, January 10, online via Zoom and in person at The Barn of Williams Inn, located at 103 Spring Street in Williamstown. The in-person social gathering begins at 5:00 PM; the presentation and Zoom meeting start at 6:00 PM.   According to a press release:    Delve into the comprehensive world of composting as John illuminates both residential and commercial aspects, addressing what materials can or cannot be composted and the underlying reasons. Engage in a thoughtful exploration of

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Clark Art Gallery Tours for Parents and Infants
08:00AM / Tuesday, January 02, 2024
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Friday, Jan. 5 at 10:15 am, the Clark Art Institute hosts a tour of its permanent collection galleries for new parents/caregivers and infants.    The event is free. Participants should meet at the Clark's main Admissions desk.    In this special program, new parents and caregivers bring their infants into the galleries for a guided visit and the opportunity to socialize with other community members in a casual environment. The informal tour includes a unique look at the Clark's permanent collection, featuring an array of works by a variety of artists. Each month offers a different selection of artworks. Best suited for adults with

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Happy New Year From iBerkshires.com
iBerkshires Staff,
07:01AM / Monday, January 01, 2024

We are hoping all of our readers have had a happy holiday season. Thank you for making iBerkshires your go-to source for local news. We appreciate your support and will continue to provide you with the relevant information you need in your daily lives as we enter 2024.

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Taconic Boys Basketball Was Top Story of '23
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires.com Sports
06:04AM / Friday, December 29, 2023
The year started with one high school state championship on the show and ended with another on the hardwood.     In between, there were plenty of team titles, tournament runs and individual accomplishments to keep Berkshire County high school and youth sports fans in the seats and on the sidelines.   Although not every successful season ended in the ultimate prize, there was plenty to be proud of along the way. And here is a look back at some of the biggest stories we covered in 2023:   No. 1 Taconic Boys Basketball Of all the state championships won this year – and there were several – perhaps none was sweeter than that of the Thunder in the Division 5 State

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Mount Greylock Takes Step to Secure Funding for School Roof Replacements
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
05:06AM / Wednesday, December 27, 2023
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock School Committee on Thursday took a step to address a major capital need of the district and, potentially, a utility question that has vexed other entities in one of its member towns.   Assistant Superintendent Joe Bergeron detailed for the committee the district's effort to participate in the commonwealth's new Green School Works initiative, under which the state will pay for roof replacements on school buildings if the project includes installation of significant rooftop solar arrays.   "The first time this program will be funded will probably be — though there is no guarantee from the state —

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Berkshire Bounty Opens North County Cold Storage at BMC North
12:50PM / Tuesday, December 26, 2023
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Bounty opened new cold storage units at the North Adams Campus of Berkshire Medical Center in a collaboration with Berkshire Health Systems.   This project, funded by the state through the Food Security Infrastructure Grant (FSIG) program, is part of a countywide effort to strengthen the local and regional food system through a collaborative effort, which will expand local food production, storage and delivery systems that bring fresh and healthy locally grown food to the food insecure community.   "Berkshire Bounty works closely with Berkshire Grown and several other community organizations to implement a robust, resilient layer within

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Public Projects Prominent in Williamstown in 2023
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
05:49AM / Tuesday, December 26, 2023

The site preparations are underway for construction of a new fire station at 562 Main St.  WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Three high-profile publicly funded projects that took years to get underway reached or neared the finish line in 2023.   The most hotly debated project to get on track? An actual track.   The multisport field and track at Mount Greylock Regional School has been on the list of the town's top stories for years.   This year, it climbs to No. 1 after the school district finally broke ground on the project in December.   The district has long needed a track for use by the most popular varsity sport in the middle/high school, and the varsity

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Mount Greylock School Officials Debate Merits of Publicly Reporting Bias Incidents
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
05:12AM / Tuesday, December 26, 2023
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A member of the Mount Greylock School Committee this month pushed the administration to be more transparent about incidents of bias in the classroom.   "Just this very term, this quarter, there were a number of incidents in which our teachers, with apparently good intention, have made decisions in the classroom either with students or in the curriculum that have caused serious harm," Jose Constantine said at the committee's monthly meeting.   "What I'm curious about is how are we sharing those incidents with the community, who, I think, should know what's happened in our classrooms? How are we supporting our teachers to

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Merry Christmas from iBerkshires
10:46AM / Monday, December 25, 2023

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Christmas Eve Poem
06:07PM / Sunday, December 24, 2023

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Clark Art Fun on First Sunday Program
04:00PM / Friday, December 22, 2023
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Clark Art Institute offers a afternoon of enjoyment around Reflections on Sunday, Jan. 7 as part of its Fun on First Sundays program.    Admission to the galleries and special exhibitions is free through March 2024 and visitors can enjoy additional special activities from 1–4 pm.   According to a press release:   Start the year with a moment of reflection, art, and imagination. Get creative with paper and glue as you design your own journal, then settle in with some writing prompts encouraging us to reflect on the past year and dream and plan for the year ahead. Try your hand as a sculptor and create a colorful self-portrait out of

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