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Northern Berkshire Neighbors Graduates 12 Outreach Volunteers

Williamstown's Friendship Club Raises Funds for Outings
"We bought small and big teddy bears at the dollar store and dressed them in sweaters and hats we made. They went like hot cakes." — Maggie Guiden
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Williamstown's Friendship Club Raises Funds for Outings
"We bought small and big teddy bears at the dollar store and dressed them in sweaters and hats we made. They went like hot cakes." — Maggie Guiden
Williamstown Orchestra Focused on Community, Performance
"I get to learn from all these people who have been playing for so long." — Niku Darafshi
Adams Hot Spot Fitness Center Relocates, Expands
"It actually took off very quickly, and I went from having 10 bikes to 18 in less than a month." — Aimee Sinopoli
Money School Series Created For Survivors of Domestic Violence
A $250 stipend will be provided to those who complete the course, as well as free dinner, childcare, and the opportunity to network with bankers and employers.
Pittsfield Tourism Grapples With Downtown Challenges
"I feel like the Visitors Center has been lost in that shuffle." — Jennifer Glockner
SU-71 OKs Superintendent Search; Lanesborough Officials Seek to 'Study' Union
"Obviously, Bob doesn't support it." — Regina DiLego
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Adams Cemetery Commission Recommends Fee Hikes
"We are eating away at what we have in the investment account, and if we keep doing that, in six years we will be broke." — Lawrence Clairmont
Clarksburg Postpones Gravel Crusher Application
"What I'm seeing on paper is your permit has lapsed. This is a gray area here. It needs to be clarified on our end." — William Schrade Jr.
Adams Receives Bids on Planned Train Station
The former car wash will be transformed to welcome visitors from the Berkshire Scenic Railway's Hoosac Valley Service.
Legislative Q&A: State Rep. Paul Mark
"To make colleges more affordable, we're going to improve financial literacy programs." — state Rep. Paul Mark
Coalition Brainstorms Topics for Monthly Forums
"No idea is wrong." — Al Bashevkin
Expanded Mount Greylock School District Questioned
"The town leadership in Lanesborough has not had public education as something they were willing to make sacrifices for." — David Langston
Residents Vexed Over Plan to Save North Adams Houses
"We've looked at those buildings long enough." — Linda Snow
Pittsfield Teens Initiated Into Local Government
"This is an amazing opportunity for you to make change in your city." — Ty Allan Jackson
Berkshire Eagle Parent Mulling Newspaper Sales
"Well, it could mean we decide to sell the company. Or sell parts of it. Or expand it. Or stay the course." — John Paton
Are We There Yet?: Late-Summer Outdoor Fun
Fall is my favorite time of year - not too hot, not too cold.
iBerkshire Tag Sales: Sept. 13-14
It's tag sale season again. Time to clear out attics, basements and garages and make some folding money.
Con Comm Inserts Stronger Language in Lowry, Burbank Statements
Currently there is no request before the Con Comm to release any of the land under its control.
Mount Greylock Tower Project Seeks Code Waivers
"We would have to build an addition to the tower with some sort of bridge over, which obviously would have a major impact on the tower. — Jeffrey Harris
Two-Car Accident Detours Traffic in North Adams
A two-car accident on West Main Street backed up traffic around West Main, Brown and River streets on Thursday afternoon.


 
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