My family and close friend have been with me from the beginning.
I'm impressed by the dedication and focus of all those who are working to adapt our local health care system to the new realities.
It was a miracle the day of my accident that a doctor and several nurses happened to be at the scene.
Seems like in hindsight, it would have been more expedient to have constructed a completely new structure.
Many people think the tobacco problem is solved. It's not.
How many open spaces are left in town that are not privately owned, that could replace the Lowry and Burbank properties as open space and agricultural conservation land?
What a wonderful July 4th weekend capped off with the annual fireworks display after the SteepleCats game last week.
The night couldn't have happened without the support of over a hundred local organizations and businesses.
We hope that in the future, our Selectmen will show more resolve in addressing Williamstown's housing inequities.
But in recent years, and especially in recent months, declines in revenues have continued to accelerate.
We need that kind of leadership in our county, our state, and our nation when it comes to tackling crime.
The staff of the center was always courteous and caring throughout my experience.
Voting "yes" on all three articles is important to both the town of Williamstown and the residents of the Spruces Mobile Home Park.
The fact that the Selectmen were not available as a panel to address questions on the overall capital project and financial picture of the town was regrettable, but a clear symptom of the problem.