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Williamstown Economic Development Panel Discusses Ideal New Business
"It seems to me the first mission is to identify businesses here and make sure they want to stay." — Hugh Daley
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Williamstown Economic Development Panel Discusses Ideal New Business
"It seems to me the first mission is to identify businesses here and make sure they want to stay." — Hugh Daley
CEDS Committee Looks at Restructuring to Solve Attendance Issues
"We have a hard time getting a quorum." — Brian Domina
Adams National Night Out Event Honors Public Servants
"They all do what they can to keep our lives a little safer and a little longer." — Richard Blanchard
Police ID Bodies Found In Plunkett Street Apartment
However, on Tuesday, District Attorney David Capeless' office said preliminary results show that the father may have died from a drug overdose and the daughter showed no signs of trauma to her body.
Adams-Cheshire Will Look to Community for Future Goals
"We fought the good fight and we continue to fight the good fight, but what do we want to do as two communities to get there." — Kristen Gordon
Pittsfield Police Investigating Murder-Suicide
The bodies of a 47-year-old man and his 11-year-old daughter were discovered late Monday afternoon.
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Gene Wein 'What High School Athletics Should Be About'
"He was always positive and always supportive." — John Franzoni
Newman Returns to Mass; Ordered To Be Held Without Bail
Judge Michael Ripps ordered that he be held without bail
Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation Awards $2.1 Million in Summer Grants Cycle
The foundation distributed a total of $266,234 in grants to individuals and nonprofits and $445,444 in scholarships to high school, college and graduate school students in the four-county region it serves.
Babe Ruth Team Raising Funds for World Series Trip
Anyone interested in donating money directly to the team can send checks payable to "Pittsfield Babe Ruth World Series Fund," to Tanya Mullin, Babe Ruth Treasurer, 54 Ontario St., Pittsfield, MA, 01201.
Southwestern Vermont Readies Pownal Campus
"There's a problem now and a growing problem in that most of the practices in our area are not taking new patients or there's a really long waiting list." — Dr. Trey Dobson
Multicultural BRIDGE Summer Program Returns
The curriculum is based on evidence-based research on how to support a child’s overall success, engagement with peers and adults, development and, most of all happiness in today’s social climate.
Quadland's Flowers Seeks New Owners for Its Next Century
"People move away, their children move away, their grandchildren move away, and they think Quadland's when they need flowers." — Cynthia Martin
Clarksburg Bridge Bid High; Town Hires 2 Police Officers
The board affirmed the hire of two new part-time officers, technically "reserve intermittent" officers, to fill two open spots.
Suspect In Pittsfield Shooting Arrested In New York
Thomas Lee Newman Jr., 18, is being charged with the murder of Keenan S. Pellot Jr. in the Tyler Street shooting.
Volunteers Clean Up at North Adams' First Annual Appalachian Trail Day
"We have music from Common Folk, it's a super nice day, and we have some good food." — Joshua Moran
Pittsfield Election: Nomination Deadline Passes
There will be a four-way race for mayor, which causes a preliminary election to narrow the field to two.
Aggie Fair Crowns 2015 Prince & Princess.
The prince and princess were chosen by a panel of judges after answering questions about why they wanted the titles.
First Responders Receive Tactical Training at Drury High School
Although the specific drills on Saturday dealt with a shooter on scene, Barry said the skills taught could be applied in a number of situations.
Our Neighbors: The Teacher
As a teacher, Miss Haskins was of the "old school" variety, with a firm belief in the three Rs and the value of corporal punishment.


 
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