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SVHC Enacts New Workplace Violence Policy
BENNINGTON, Vt. — Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) has implemented a new Zero Tolerance Policy for its hospital campus, medical office building and offsite practices.   The policy and communications plan is a proactive approach detailing what actions and language are not tolerated to address the workplace violence
Williams Men's Basketball Tops SUNY-New Paltz
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – Alex Lee scored 25 points Tuesday to lead the Williams College men’s basketball team to a 63-57 win over SUNY-New Paltz.   Cole Prowitt-Smith scored 11, and Evan Glatzer grabbed nine rebounds in the win.   Williams (20-3) finishes the regular season on Sunday at Conn
Williams Students Lead Tour of Clark Collection
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Friday, Feb. 10, Williams College art history graduate students will guide a conversation on the Clark's permanent collection.   In a new program, Fresh Takes, students in the Williams College/Clark Graduate Program in the History of Art share their thoughts on an object in the collection through
McCann Quarter Two Honor Roll
High Honors  Abuisi, Nicholas 2023 Ames, Ian 2023 Belisle, Camryn 2023 Booth, Collin 2023 Boyer, Molly 2023 Braman, Noah 2023 Champney, Isabella 2023 Ciempa, Erin 2023 Covello, Vincenzo 2023 DeBenedetto, Noah 2023 Durocher, Cameron 2023 Gamari, Alexis 2023 Gamari, Renae 2023 Girard,
Letter: Unethical Fire District Maneuver
To the Editor: The Williamstown Fire District recently released a "Comparison of Size of Proposed Williamstown Fire Station to Other Fire Stations" chart on their official website. The purpose of this data was to educate residents about the sizes of fire stations recently built in the region compared to what Williamstown is
Clark Art: Start With Art
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Saturday, Feb. 11 at 10 am, the Clark Art Institute's Start with Art series continues.    February's free event is themed to movement. Designed for preschoolers, Start with Art offers themed talks, gallery guides, and art-making activities. This program is best suited for three- to
Celebrate Valentine's Day at the Clark
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Sunday, Feb. 12, visitors to the Clark Art Institute will hjost a valentine-making station (open 1–4 pm) located in the lower level of the Clark Center.    Participants can create a unique Valentine card that uses images from the Clark's collection.   Admission to the Clark
SVHC Weekly Health Update: Feb. 3
February 3,
Williams Women's Hockey Wins in OT
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Maddie Tix scored in overtime Saturday to give the Williams College women's hockey team a 2-1 win over Trinity.   Ellia Chang scored a second-period goal to give Williams a 1-0 lead.   Erin Pye made 33 saves for Williams (10-9, 5-7 NESCAC) goes to Middlebury on
Williamstown Energy Audit Draws Attention to Solar Array Deficiency
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — When a solar energy system was included in the design of Williamstown Elementary School in 2002, officials hailed the move.   "With renewable energy and other energy efficiencies, we can build a healthier and more comfortable learning environment for our children — and we can do it
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