"It would be a very positive move for the town." — Tony Mazzucco
"One of the starting points for us is to think about where we are with the commercial districts and where we see them in the future." — Jason Hoch
Roger Grillo of USA Hockey spoke on Wednesday in Williamstown about the group's American Development Model for young athletes.
"The state has expressed an interest in the past and ... you will never know the difference if you own it or the state owns it." — Mark Webber
As the holiday approaches, everything is coming up Thanksgiving.
"We'll have this great collection of pictures of people who filled out signs." — Kirby Lecy
Traditions are important, and you may want to establish some in one of the key activities of your own life: investing.
"The robotic system, with a very high degree of accuracy and precision, ensures that we are placing the implants exactly where we want them to be."
"Last year was a very difficult budget process and this year is not going to be easier." — Kristen Gordon
The MCLA men's basketball team earned its second win of the season on Tuesday night.
The revised agreement uses the same student population/property value split but readjusts those numbers each year.
"Hopefully, we can get another director who be with us for a long period of time." — Tony Mazzucco
"We are really confident now with the Jan. 4 date." — Mayor Richard Alcombright
"They will stop and read them, especially the older stones. There is a lot of education." — William Schrade
Although, we've gotten input from a number of people, I've gotten more input from townspeople who want to stay with Mount Greylock." — Robert Ericson
The tree will be lighted on Friday, Dec. 4, at 6 p.m.
Ames added that the student who brought the pellet guns was dismissed from school.
Resigning as president is Michele Kotek of the Red Lion Inn after serving 10 years on the Board of Directors and eight years as president.
The collaboration enabled the purchase of a Braille Sense U2 QWERTY device, which cost $5,800
Ideal participants must be committed to strengthening the Northern Berkshires by exploring how they can make a positive impact and learning how to assist residents in accessing available services.
The episode entitled “1st Edition Apparition” will air on the SyFy channel on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 9 p.m.
More than 4,000 pounds of squash and pumpkins were gleaned this past week by volunteers coordinated by Hoosac Harvest.
"The recount is done, the voters' decision has been confirmed and I've got a lot of work to do." — Donna Todd Rivers
The craft fair and bazaar listings will be updated regularly through the fall. Send information to firstname.lastname@example.org.