|North Adams Committee Hears Update on Infrastructure|
"It all comes down to equipment and manpower." — Timothy Lescarbeau
|Clarksburg Officials Planning Full Review of Town Warrants|
"I don't want to impugn anyone's integrity. We have hard-working individuals. What was said shouldn't have been said." — Carl McKinney
|Candidates Showing Differences As Governor's Race Heats Up|
"This race has really just started. We're going to continue to push every day." — Martha Coakley
|Gift Sculpture Installed in Williams' Restored Reading Room|
"I was thrilled that the piece would be in the library. The library is the heart of scholarship at the college." — Susan Adler
|Mohawk Trail Centennial Dedication Set for Saturday|
The road is probably best known for its scenic views, particularly the spectacular displays of fall foliage on the 36-mile trip over the Hoosac Range.
|Uncertainty Surrounds Dunkin' Donation of Pittsfield Church|
"Logically, for the city, we would like to partner with an organization or a developer that wanted to do something." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
|Clarksburg Golf Course Work in Danger of Shutdown|
"We aren't just going to keep throwing money at this if we can't do some little things to help make the money." — Todd Driscoll
|Gubernatorial Candidates Spar In Springfield Debate|
The five candidates for governor sparred in the first debate leading into the November general election.
|Pittsfield Board Revokes Unused Liquor License|
"I just think the license carries so much baggage that it can't be saved." — Richard Stockwell
|Adams Board of Health Raises Permitting Fees|
"We haven't changed these since 2004." — Chairman Allen Mendel
|Dunkin' Donuts Withdraws Pittsfield Church Demolition Plan|
"As part of our new proposal, we intend to donate the church to the city of Pittsfield, for use as the city deems appropriate." — Greg Nolan
|NBBPW to Honor Marilyn Faulkner|
She is the perfect example of what the NBBPW stands for, women in business helping community and others.
|Habitat for Humanity Showcase Trees Available Oct. 1|
Members of the community, schools, churches, local businesses and community organizations are invited to purchase miniature artificial trees for $7 each to decorate and contribute to the showcase and raffle, or for personal use.
|Roadwork Projects Pop Up in Williamstown|
The reorientation is meant to increase safety at the intersection and was prompted by a fatal accident at the junction late this summer.