|Williamstown Community Chest Seeks Volunteer Award Nominations|
Since 1985, the Community Chest has presented an annual award honoring a resident, or residents, of Williamstown for exceptional volunteer service.
|Living With Ghosts: My Time At the Butler Goodrich House|
It is also, according to some, quite haunted ... a reputation which prompted me to jump at the chance to temporarily take up residence.
|Architects Make Presentation to Mount Greylock Building Committee|
"It's important to talk to both towns, both communities. We want to understand what the issues are from multiple perspectives." — Joe Drown
|Vietnam Veterans Honored at Snowy Pittsfield Ceremony|
"[They] never got the recognition they deserved. Now they do." — John Harding
|Lanesborough School Approves $182K Budget Cut|
"I am still not comfortable giving away money we don't know what we have." — Chairwoman Regina DiLego.
|North County Group Lobbies for Hospital Reopening|
"What I need to do is to make certain whatever comes back here is sustainable." — Mayor Richard Alcombright
|Finance Committee, Selectmen See ACRSD Proposed Budget|
"I want to make sure we are transparent because these are big, big cuts." — Kristen Gordon
|Former Pittsfield Councilor Pete White Seeking at-Large Seat|
"I want to be working on much more citywide initiatives." ‐ Pete White
|Monument Mountain Stages 'Little Shop of Horrors'|
This year's production features more than 40 students in the cast, crew, and pit orchestra.
|Cheshire Water Protection Bylaws Saved; Bridge Being Closed|
"If they want to come, let them come. If they don't, it is their loss." — Carol Francesconi
|Lenox Library Launches 20th Annual Book Donation Drive|
To donate books or other materials to The Lenox Library for this three-day event, call 413-445-5679 or 413-637-2630 x113, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about where to bring them.
|Scholarship Deadline Approaching for Girls Inc. Awards|
For the first time, Girls Inc. of the Berkshires is awarding a $1,000 scholarship through the Rotary Club of Pittsfield.
|Applications Accepted for Lola Greene Legacy Scholarships|
A one-time grant of $250 to $500 will be awarded to a graduating high school senior from Berkshire County who is planning to continue to study Latin and/or the Classics in college.
|BFAIR Annual Meeting to Feature Self-Advocate With Down Syndrome|
The keynote address at the meeting will be offered by John Anton. Anton is a young man with down syndrome who is a self-advocate and a legislative specialist with the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress.