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|'Star Trek Into Darkness': What an Enterprise
Bright eyed and bushytailed, the best the Starfleet has to offer, they've got their work cut out for them.
Dalton Bids Farewell to Fallen Wahconah Warrior
"Most importantly, I married a hero." — Samantha Daehling 1 Comment
Sullivan Elementary, Community Honors Fallen Soldiers
"Sometimes on Memorial Day we hear the words let us never forget. What I'd like to say let us always remember." — Mayor Richard Alcombright
Cultural Pittsfield This Week: May 24-30
This week's cultural events in Pittsfield.
iBerkshire Tag Sales: May 25-27
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STEM Growing in Berkshire County
"I really feel good about the momentum. I'm going to continue to play a role on the business sector side." — Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray
North Adams School Project Sets 'Aggressive' Schedule
"I am convinced that we will make a lot of believers out of the project." — Mayor Richard Alcombright
Returning Soldier Surprises Charitable Stamford Preschooler
"I told Ian that I was going...He was upset." — Arich Erdeski 9 Comments
Ephs Defeat Emory for Sixth Straight NCAA Title
"This is the most improved team I've ever coached." — Alison Swain
North Adams Hosts Goodrich Children's Literature Fest
The festival runs Saturday, May 25, through Sunday, June 2, and is designed for the community to celebrate children's literature.
Pittsfield Cyclocross Returns to Common
The Pittsfield Cyclocross youth bicycle racing series returns on May 30 for its 13th edition after a two-year hiatus.
Holocaust Survivor Issues Call to Action
"Here in this little town, you have something so special you bring tears to my eyes." — Inge Auerbacher 1 Comment
Earth Removal Permit Approved for Clarksburg Golf Course
"I don't need material to build an 18-hole golf course, I need to take material out to build a 18-hole golf course." — James Basiliere
Adams Hiring Part-time Workers for Visitors Center
"It's a good job for a college student or seniors." — Jonathan Butler
Yamamoto, Vareschi Honored at Williamstown Town Meeting
"All of us are pulling together to solve a very large problem we face." &mdash Catherine Yamamoto 1 Comment
Pittsfield Students Create TV Documentary On Invasive Species
"I'm really glad I did this. This was a lot of fun." — Matt Brites.
Hundreds Line Pittsfield Streets to Mourn Fallen Soldier
"I just think it was great community support. I am very proud of the folks in Pittsfield." — Veterans Agent Rosanne Frieri
Clark Art Offers Free Admission to Military Personnel
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute will offer free admission to active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Holiday Hours: Memorial Day
Holiday closures for Memorial Day
North Adams Happenings: May 22-28
In a flag-planting preview to its bluegrass and roots music festival at MASS MoCA in late September, FreshGrass presents Old Crow Medicine Show in MASS MoCA's Hunter Center.
Williamstown Declines Civil Fingerprinting, Spruces Plan
"As a sign of the times, apparently, this is necessary and certainly the Massachusetts Legislature decided it was necessary." — Peter Fohlin
Williamstown Coordinating Committee Convenes
"The Affordable Housing Committee has been looking at this issue for years." — Catherine Yamamoto
Brayton, Terry A La Berry Present Anti-Bullying Song, Video
"These kids are so motivated, it's so much fun." — Terry "A La Berry" Hall 3 Comments
Williamstown Voters to Face Spending, Land Issues
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Mount Greylock Regional High School.
North Adams Begins $36.6M Budget Review
"This is intended to have some input but not go crazy." — Alan Marden
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