|The Independent Investor: Election Investors Ignored|
Obviously, Japanese companies are at a severe disadvantage in this globally competitive environment.
|Hotel on North Construction Third Complete|
|Adams Police Foresees Full Staffing, Adds North Adams Officer|
"For the past year the department has been down, at one point or the other, four officers." — Police Chief Richard Tarsa
|Clarksburg Selectmen OK Tree Removal, Sign Gates Ave Deed|
"We will get Gates Avenue done this year. — Carl McKinney
|Boston Transit Campaign Touts North Adams Getaways|
"The notion was to try to focus on a younger, Boston-based demographic." — Joshua Field
|Santa Claus Calls Pittsfield Children|
"It is one of the fun programs." — Becky Manship
|UPS Worker in Pedestrian Accident Treated & Released|
The accident occurred just after 11 a.m. near the intersection with McCauley Road.
|North Adams Happenings: Dec. 17-23|
|Williamstown Food Pantry Readies Christmas Donations|
"Every penny that comes in goes to help families, mostly in food, once in a while in a few other areas." — Carol DeMayo
|Pittsfield Awarded Third Consecutive Grant To Combat Youth Violence|
The funds will continue the city's efforts to reduce youth and gang violence.
|North Adams Commission Hikes Campground Seasonal Rates|
"Until we have metered sites, we're going to have to entertain this increase to keep us in the black." — George Forgea
|Lanesborough School Committee's Barton Resigns|
"I have decided to resign as a member, rather than try to serve with members who are either not truthful or not reliable." — Robert Barton
|Clark Art to Charge Admission Starting Jan. 1|
Beginning Jan. 1, adult admission to the galleries will be $20, according to the museum's website.
|BRNC Wins Open Country Award From Outdoor Life|
It was BNRC's work along the Clam River in Sandisfield that drew the attention of the magazine's editors.