|Verizon Asks Legislature To Deregulate Cable, Phone|
"Overall, I am fairly skeptical of the proposal." — Sen. Benjamin Downing
|Crane Museum Opens Retail Store|
"Almost without fail, visitors to the museum want to purchase Crane stationery." — Peter Hopkins
|Berkshire Bank Promotes Senior Vice President, Chief Credit Officer|
Berkshire Bank promoted that Michael D. Carroll to senior vice president and chief credit officer.
|@theMarket: Stocks Need a Break|
A stock market decline in the magnitude of 5-6 percent is overdue.
|Blackinton Mill Facility To Offer Indoor Practice Space|
"I remember walking out of the facility, knowing it was the only one in the area and saying, 'This isn't enough. We need more.'" — Rob Livingstone
|BCC Shows Off Local STEM Companies at Career Fair|
"It's a mix of industry, educational opportunities and non-profits." — John Corman
|The Independent Investor: Averting a Future Food Crisis|
But for my money, my hopes lie with the private sector and profit-driven entrepreneurs.
|BMC To Raze Houses For Expanded Parking|
"We don't have any intention of building anything there, so it will probably be parking." — Thomas Romeo.
|Sales Associate Joins Great Barrington Realty Team|
William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty is adding Marc Bachman to its brokerage in town.
|Exterior Work on Adams' Mausert Block 'Substantially Complete'|
"We're gearing up to handover spaces to the retail tenants, probably within a few weeks time, probably by the end of the year." — Stephen Stenson
|Adams ZBA Rules in Favor of East Road Solar Project|
"Anybody who disagrees with the decision, there's ways to get that overturned." — Peter Gutmann
|License Commission Approves River Street Package Move|
"You've got your nose clean over there, I expect the same here." —
|Self Storage Proposal For Pittsfield Plaza Passes First Hurdle|
"We've been trying to redevelop that shopping center." — Joseph Genzano.
|New Adams Crafts Store Promotes Local Artisans|
"I'm not out to get rich, I'm out to make sure that people who are making their own things are getting credit for it." — Carolyn Albert.