|TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
|Pittsfield Passes Revamped Smoking Laws
"Youth cigar use has surpassed the adult smoking prevalence rates." — James Wilusz 1 Comment
Lanesborough's Putnam Road Culvert Being Reconstructed
Classical Beat: Concerts at Tanglewood, Manchester This Week
l add their unique talents to the mix. Why go? This grab bag of selections, I predict, will raise the roof in Ozawa Hall. This, folks, is where classical music is heading (actually, itís here). Youíll have fun Ė thatís a sure bet.
Classical Beat: Interview with BSO Guest Conductor Honeck
"No recording can do that justice. You must be there to hear this music in the moment." — Manfred Honeck 1 Comment
The Family Place to Host 'Back-Packed for Success'
Students and their parents can get a free backpack filled with school supplies and meet their school principal.
Mount Greylock School Committee to Feature One November Race
There are two seats for Lanesborough residents and three for Williamstown residents to be decided when voters of the two towns go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Adams Town Administrator Search Committee Organizes
"It is what it is and why spend time attracting people we are going to find out this is not the job they want," Melito said.
Lanesborough Moving Forward With PCTV Running Station
"We need to get the information out there to the public if we want to let people know what we are doing." — Robert Ericson
Adams Business Owners Air Concerns on Park Street Project
"This is a very important public conversation about a project that's going to affect all our lives for a few months." — Jonathan Butler
Hearing on Bianchi Complaint Adjourns After Disruption
"I am a party to this ongoing investigation because Mayor Bianchi has bullied me also." — Craig Gaetani
'Rats Sink 'Cats
The Laconia Muskrats shut out the North Adams SteepleCats on Tuesday night.
Rivera Has Hopes for Broadway After WTF 'Visit'
"When I first heard the score, I just leapt." — Chita Rivera
Berkshire Museum To Host Smithsonian Spark!Lab
"Here we are, Berkshire Museum here in Pittsfield, Mass., having these tremendous connections with the Smithsonian." — Lesley Beck
Space Is Top Concern In Picking Pittsfield School Building Project
"It was pretty clear that that would be the preferred option at this point." — Carl Franceschi
Adams Selectmen Put Residency Requirement in Administrator Ad
"Someone would have to make a pretty convincing argument to me for me to waive their residency requirement." — Jeffrey Snoonian 6 Comments
Major Demolition Nearly Complete for North Adams School Project
"The bottom line is we are in good shape as far as we have not impacted any critical items." — Daniel Daisy
Nolan Strong, But Post 68 Loses in Legion Final
'We were 15-3 altogether. How can you complain about that?'
North Adams Second-Graders Drilled in Emergency Skills
"These kids will know how to take care of their friends until the ambulance arrives." — Amalio Jusino 1 Comment
Greylock Donates $5,000 to Northern Berkshire YMCA Sports Camp Program
The program provides a range of sports-related experiences to children ages 4-12 with weekly camp sessions running through Aug. 15.
Kimball Farms Earns Fourth Perfect Survey
The unannounced inspections by representatives from the DPH are conducted annually, nine to 15 months following the prior survey.
WES Appoints Six New Faculty Members
Williamstown Elementary School has announced the appointment of six new faculty at Williamstown Elementary for the 2014-15 school year.
Team of Rivals Excels at Bay State Games
'I think it was fun to get to know people from Pittsfield and people from Lee because we've been playing against them since [grade] 7-8 travel team.'
Northern Berkshire Community Coalition Hosts National Night Out Events
National Night Out is designed to heighten crime/drug prevention awareness; generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime efforts; strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and send a message to criminals letting them
Williams Grad Overseeing Pittsfield Prevention Partnership
Abegaz graduated from Williams College with a degree in economics in June 2014.
Pittsfield Track & Field Games Set for Saturday
"This is another great opportunity to go outdoors and be active." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
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