|'Food Truck Rodeo' On Tap For Pittsfield Downtown|
"We're all very food passionate." — Kathy Lloyd
|Lawmakers File Report On Lowering Student Debt|
"People assume that the student loans will be worth it. But that's not necessarily the case." — state Rep. Paul Mark
|Lanesborough Finance Panel Queries Health Insurance; Legion|
"We have a big problem coming in the future. Here is a $1 million line that is growing." — Rich Cohen
|COOL Committee Promoting LED Lightbulbs|
The COOL Committee will be selling LED bulbs at upcoming outreach venues for the reduced price of $5, and will have educational material and sample bulbs available for viewing.
|Cultural Pittsfield This Week: April 18-24, 2014|
|Williamstown Zoning Board OKs Cole Avenue Business Move|
"Basically, we want to move into the light ... so my poor wife, Dawn, can get out of the basement." — David LaPlante
|Adams Tourism Director to Promote Events, Nightlife|
"I want to be that central hub that makes it easier for people to get their information out there." — Samantha Talora
|Economic Talk Dominates Williamstown Selectmen's Race|
The four men vying for two open seats on the Board of Selectmen shared a platform built on economic development during air time on the town's community access television station.
|Pittsfield Cub Scouts First in State to Earn Healthy Award|
"We're already basically doing this in Scouts. We just tied it in together." — Pam Burton
|Cheshire Students Learn About Space, Robotics|
"We wanted to bring in something educational but fun." — Karen Isbell
|Clarksburg Egg Scramble 2014 Winners |
The annual Clarksburg Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the VFW, was held at town field on Saturday.
|Williamstown Man to Run Marathon With Blind Athlete|
"Achilles is a great organization. It's very well liked and very well done, but often people don't know it exists." — Dr. Jonathan Cluett
|Pittsfield Committee Divided on Chiefs in Civil Service|
"I don't want a chief of either fire or police department to ever be selected based on political whim." — Michael McCarthy
|North Adams Closes Beaver Street Over Mudslide Fears|
Several hundred yards of the street, Route 8, have been sectioned off just south of the Clarksburg town line and traffic is being detoured.