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The Independent Investor: Time to Check Your Insurance...

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With hurricanes to the left and right of us, maybe a review of your home owner's insurance policy makes sense. You may find out that at today's real estate values, you are underinsured. click for more

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Clarksburg School Project Goes to Vote Next Week

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The division in town over the proposed $19 million Clarksburg School project could be summed by a couple of neighbors. One worries about how the project would drain the town's taxpayers and limit its ability to address its aging infrastructure. The other sees the town's most desireable asset... click for more

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Adams Wastewater Plant Getting Clogged Up With...

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So-called flushable wipes are continuing to clog up and damage the town's wastewater treatment plant and cost taxpayers money. click for more

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Williamstown Fire District Sets Date for Special Meeting...

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The Williamstown Prudential Committee on Wednesday set Oct. 24 as the date for a special Fire District meeting to decide whether to purchase a 3.7-acre parcel on Main Street. click for more

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New Strength And Conditioning Gym Opens on Elm Street

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Joseph Jennings used to push him in the weight room and with his fitness training. And he kept getting injured. "I was training so much that I found myself getting injured, getting sick, I was unable to recover. A few years ago, I dislocated my shoulder and broke my leg in the same year. A big... click for more

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Adams Transfer Station to Open in November

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Tony Mazzucco, a new club member, outlined the extended services the town plans to add to the East Road Recycling Center and said it will make the center more equitable and sustainable. click for more

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Cheshire Selectmen OK Purchase of New Loader

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The town will use $196,500 from Chapter 90 funds to purchase a new loader for the Highway Department. The Selectmen unanimously voted Tuesday to purchase a John Deere and trade in the 14-year-old machine. click for more

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Mount Greylock School Committee Advances Regionalization...

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The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee on Tuesday echoed the school committees at its feeder elementary schools by endorsing a plan to fully regionalize the district while maintaining local control of the elementary schools in Lanesborough and Williamstown. click for more

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Unbeaten Hoosac Golfers...

The Hoosac Valley golf team Thursday beat Lee in a battle of...

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McCann Tech Golfers Pull Out...

The McCann Tech golf team beat Mohawk Trail on the road on Thursday.

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Wahconah Golfers Edge Drury

The Wahconah golf team defeated Drury on Thursday at Stamford Valley Golf Course. click for more

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Pioneer Valley Girls Soccer Edges McCann Tech

The McCann Tech girls soccer team Thursday dropped a 4-3 decision on the road. click for more

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Racette Hat Trick Leads Drury Boys to Shutout Win

The Drury boys soccer team beat Putnam on Wednesday. click for more

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Warren Helps Lead Wahconah Volleyball Past Taconic

The Wahconah volleyball team Wednesday won in four sets. click for more

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New Travel Softball Team to Host...

The Berkshire Blaze 14-and-under travel softball team will host games...

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Obituaries

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Latham Ovens, 77

LEE, Mass. — Latham Edward Ovens, of Lee, Mass., died on September 18, 2017, after a short...

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Donald H. Lana, 84

LEE, Mass. — Dr. Donald H. Lana, 84, of Lee died September 15, 2017, at Berkshire Medical...

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John M. Burgess, 53

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — John M. Burgess, 53, passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 17, 2017,...

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Nancy M. Schneider, 48

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Nancy Mindlin Schneider, 48, of Shelton, Conn., wife of Jamie Schneider,...

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Bernard G. Colo, 68

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Bernard Gabriel Colo, 68, of Medway, Mass., died Sunday, September 17,...

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James E. McKeon, 51

ADAMS, Mass. — James “Uncle James” Edward McKeon, 51, of Howland Avenue, Adams,...

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Dana Burdick, 35

FLORIDA, Mass. — Dana Burdick, 35, of Florida, Mass., was shot and killed in a domestic...

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Harold L. Moffitt, 79

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Harold Leon Moffitt, 79, a resident of Bennington, passed away peacefully on...

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Elna E. Castonguay, 70

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Elna E. Castonguay, 70, of 17 Hollister Street passed away on Monday,...

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Missing Williamstown Woman Located

Wllliamstown Police are asking for help in finding Marilyn Coll, 84.

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Pittsfield Man Shot On Linden Street

A 24-year-old man was shot on Linden Street early Thursday...

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North Adams Health Inspector to...

Health Inspector Valerie Bird has officially stepped down from...

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New Strength And Conditioning...

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North Adams Tiny House Builders...

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Missing Williamstown Woman Located

Wllliamstown Police are asking for help in finding Marilyn Coll, 84.

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The Independent Investor: Time to Check Your...

With hurricanes to the left and right of us, maybe a review of your...

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@theMarket: NK Missile Dud on Wall Street

The North Korean boy who cried wolf is alive and well, but seems to...

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SVMC Receives Grant for Prevention of Increased...

The Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)...

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BHS to Close Walk-In Clinic at Pittsfield's...

Berkshire Health Systems says its new Urgent Care Facility on East...

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CHP to Assume Management of BMCs Dental Clinic

This collaboration between CHP and BHS will help provide improved...

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Letter: Bosley, Fresh & Ready to Be Our State...

When Stephanie Bosley says she is ready to be our 1st Berkshire...

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Letter: Bosley Is the Best Candidate

But regardless of the experience of each candidate, the job requires...

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Letter: Recovery in North Berkshire

Addiction, and the mental health issues that surround it, are...

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Pine Cobble School Announces Assistant Head of...

Wootton joins Pine Cobble from University Prep School, an independent...

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Pittsfield Realtor Named 2017 Massachusetts...

The states Realtor of the Year is selected annually from among the...

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Norman Rockwell Museum Welcomes New Board of...

Douglas Clark, Audrey Friedner, Ramelle Pulitzer, and Ron Walter were...

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Clark Art Celebration Honors...

The events coincide with the Clark's special exhibit "No Rules: Helen...

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'The Good Catholic': It's a...

Filmmaker Paul Shoulberg's "The Good Catholic" is a convenient,...

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New Norman Rockwell Museum Welcomes New Board of...

Douglas Clark, Audrey Friedner, Ramelle Pulitzer, and Ron Walter were elected as new trustees, starting this fall. click for more

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Citizens Continue to Protest Berkshire Museum Art...

Sharon Gregory has reviewed more than a decade of the Berkshire Museum's financials and says the situation isn't nearly as dire as the organization says. And Gregory isn't just anybody, she is someone with 40 years of financial experience. She retired as the vice president of business... click for more

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'Tulip Fever': When Speculation Was in Bloom

A fascinating backdrop for an intricate if not convoluted, seriocomic love story that could have very well been written by Nel Coward gives director Justin Chadwick's "Tulip Fever" an arthouse cachet. But while patience is a virtue, the esoteric appeal of this costumed affair set in 17th-century... click for more

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Clark Art Institute Appoints New Director for...

Saltzman is the chair of the Department of the History of Art at Bryn Mawr College and is the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Chair in the Humanities. She will lead the program's international agenda of intellectual events and collaborations and will oversee the Clark's residential Fellows program, all... click for more

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Cultural Council Announces 'EBT Card to Culture'

The state's "EBT Card to Culture" will offer low-income families access to more than 100 nonprofit arts, history, and science venues across the state through free or discounted admission. click for more

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World-Class Architect Climbs Aboard Model Railroad...

For the governors and Krens, this is a bit of "unfinished business" dating back to 1988 to pump economic activity into the state's smallest city. All three had a hand in the beginnings of Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art that was hoped jumpstart an economy left in shambles by the departure... click for more

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