The annual Humane Race scheduled for this Saturday has been raising critical funds for the Berkshire Humane Society for 14 years.
Hundreds of dogs (and owners) take off each year from Water Street for a fun run and walk and that ends at the finish line on Spring Street.
If you did not catch last weekend's fund-raiser for the Mount Greylock After Prom program, you are in luck.
There is plenty of time to get in on the action as more than 80 items are up for grabs in a charity auction to benefit the post-prom festivities.
For a $30 donation, guests can come to the First Congregational Church on Main Street and sample all these soups (including other interesting-sounding varieties like Tomato Cabbage and and Red Clam With Sausage), eaten in bowls created and donated by local potters — bowls that the guests then get to take home with them "as a constant reminder" that not everyone in the community has enough to eat.
The Conservation Commission lifted the cease-work order on the former Hoosac Valley Coal and Grain property and determined the project is exempt from the Massachusetts Rivers Protection Act.
The commission revisited Thursday the town's improper demolition of two building at the site and determined that it would have deemed the demolition acceptable.
Last year it was a sturdy Star Destroyer, this year it was a fragile bridge across the massive fireplace in the Paresky Center.
The building of the Lego Bridge on Jan. 18 was one of the focal points of the Williams College Winter Study course "The Mathematics of Lego Bricks," taught by associate math professor Steven Miller. The course often includes a time challenge.