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"It was very exciting, feeling like we're doing something good for the community, sending out a good vibe." — Mariah Arnold
North Adams Planners OK Motocross Track, Solar Arrays
"It pretty much put my mind at ease that the noise spillage is not going to be nearly as much as I anticipated." — Kyle Hanlon
Williamstown Town Manager to Return on Interim Basis
"It's obvious to everyone that under Peter's stewardship an already beautiful town became even better." — Ronald Turbin
Williamstown Elementary School Candidates Make Their Case
Voters will choose from among the three candidates when they go to the polls on Tuesday, May 12.
Pittsfield Approves Funds To Build New Taconic High School
"It is an investment in our youth, our community, and our future." — Katherine Yon
Pittsfield Toddler Reunited With Life-Saving Medical Team
"To see him playing with his brother and smiling was the ultimate reward." — Ted Handler
Williamstown Forums Focus on Elections, Mount Greylock Building Project
"The best way to proceed with this project is to have as many voices as possible contribute." — Principal Mary MacDonald
Adams Finance Committee Backs Adams-Cheshire Budget
"As an elected servant I feel very disheartened that every year it is always the school vs the town. The school is your town." — Darlene Rodowicz
Lanesborough Offers Police Chief Job To Timothy Sorrell
"I'm shocked, in awe, surprised, happy. It's been a long road." — Timothy Sorrell.
Music Scholarship Deadline Approaching
The auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 13, at the Second Congregational Church in Bennington.
Neal, Berkshire Chamber Sponsor STEM Development Forum
The forum takes place at the Berkshire Museum on Friday, April 17, from 8:30 to 11:15 a.m. This forum is free and open to all interested participants.
English Major Named Newman Civic Fellow at MCLA
As one of this year’s Newman Civic Fellows, Adwetewa-Badu, an English major at MCLA, joins 200 other student leaders who represent Campus Compact member colleges and universities from 36 states and Washington, D.C.
Kids Invited to 'Get Unplugged' This April Vacation
This will be the fourth year of Get Unplugged and each year the program has grown and accepted more and more presenters and participants
Pittsfield Joining North Adams in Mayor's Fitness Challenge
"It's about making subtle changes in your life that will hopefully stick and lead to other changes." — Richard Alcombright
Adams to Decide Solar Array PILOT Fee at Town Meeting
"There are actually elements in state law that will allow PILOTs for solar projects." — Tony Mazzucco
New RSVP Director Hopes to Grow Volunteers, Connect With Local Agencies
"I saw the job posting and thought it would be a perfect fit for me." — Cheryl Whalen
Letter: A Future Worth Investing In
A significant piece of our city's rebirth is the Taconic School Project.
'Step Up For Kids' Event Marks Child Abuse Prevention Month
"We are determined in our commitment to fight against child abuse." &mash; David Capeless
Pittsfield To Vote On Taconic Project Tuesday
"You can earn a good living without incurring the debt and putting your life on hold." — Jason McCandless
Adult Day Health Offers Programming, Support
"We tend to fly below the radar or people think that we are a clinic or a nursing home, and they don't understand what we do exactly." — Ce Swanson
Williamstown Con Comm Blasts Waubeeka for Tree Cutting
"For something as blatant as this to occur — to have that disobeyed so flagrantly is really disturbing to us." — Philip McKnight
'Deli Man': Knows From Chopped Liver
The film is as much an homage to American opportunity as it is to deli men.
North Adams Happenings: April 8-14
Friday Fund-Raiser Supports Marathoner's Efforts
A fund-raiser to support a BArT teacher's efforts to raise awareness about Neurfibromatosis will be held Friday evening at the ITAM in Pittsfield.
Adams Selectman Revisit Fire District Service Agreement Tax
"People in the district are paying for that, and there is a certain unfairness to the people in the district." — Jeffrey Grandchamp