|TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
|Greylock Introduces New Electronic Services
Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) as well as enhancements to their uOpen Online Account Opening Platform are the latest additions to the credit union’s "Anywhere Banking" offerings.
Goodwill to Host Job Skills Workshops
Goodwill of the Berkshires provides a learning environment that empowers people to find their talents, take initiative and elevate their job skills to strengthen their family's economic security.
Pittsfield's Powell Wins New England Youth Wrestling Title
Zabion Powell dominated the state and regional youth wrestling tournament circuit this winter.
Williamstown's Mead Set to Embark on North African Off-Road Rally
"I have a very strong belief that I can travel the world and participate in adventures and do some good will work." — Sue Mead
Pittsfield Outlines 2015 Road Paving Projects
"I am hoping our bids come in really low tomorrow." — Bruce Collingwood
O’Geary’s Package Store To Double In Size
"We are just so tiny here, and we need the space." — James Geary
Pittsfield Residents Plead Case For New School To City Council
"There is a giant skills gap." — Joaquin Rosier
MCLA Women's Lax Team Wins Program's First Home Game
The MCLA women's lacrosse team won in overtime on Tuesday in a game played at Williams College.
Williamstown-Lanesborough Superintendent Pick Sees Himself as Potential Admiral
"When they need something, they let me know, and I'll get it for them because the principals are the captains of their ship." — Douglas Dias
Adams Planners OK Haunted Artifacts Museum Site Plan
"What I mean when I say chapel is that some people are very interested in getting married in creepy places. It's a popular thing." — John Zaffis
Williamstown Board Advises Resolution Against Plastic Bags, Containers
"We're not banning these things, we're just letting you know we don't want these things in our community." — Hugh Daley
Lanesborough Administrator Proposes $10.4M Budget
"We have now have a balanced budget." — Paul Sieloff
Mount Greylock School Committee Votes to Send Towns Higher Budget
"If that's the will of the committee, that's a discussion we'll have on the floor of town meeting." — Carolyn Greene
Williamstown-Lanesborough Offers Superintendent Post to Medway Principal
"I think we need to act expeditiously." — Rich Cohen
Lenox Planners OK Solar Bylaw Language; Public Hearing Set Tuesday
"We spent a lot of time going through it," — Kate McNulty-Vaughan
Clarksburg Kindergarten Screening Scheduled
If you have not registered your child or have not received a phone call for an appointment for screening, please call the school at 413-663-8735. Children must be 5 by Aug. 31.
Berkshire School of Etiquette to Begin New Six-Week Children's Series April 7
The six-week course will focus on teaching children social skills, communication and listening techniques and dining etiquette.
Florida Kindergarten, Pre-K Registration Open
Screening for children entering preschool or kindergarten will be held on April 14 at the school.
Habitat for Humanity Invites Women to Volunteer During Women Build in the Berkshires
Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity is one of more than 300 Habitat affiliates nationwide hosting Women Build projects with support from Lowe’s, Habitat’s longtime partner in the event.
BHS Expands Employee Assistance Program to Northern Berkshire
EAP’s goal is to provide prompt intervention for these problems in order to reduce the risk of more severe suffering and/or disability.
Berkshire Humane Society's Catwalk Reopens on March 27
Besides its famous “Designer” rack, the shop also has a rack of “Boho Chic” fun and fanciful 1970’s-style clothing and a rack of cool and comfy “Eileen Fisher” items.
Hoosic River Revival Elects Officers
“How fortunate we are to have not only these dedicated, committed board members but also three more outstanding community-minded people working with us on the HRR Advisory Council.” — Judy Grinnell
Spencertown Academy Arts Center Holding Teen Short Story Contest
The contest is open to Berkshire and Columbia County teenaged writers in grades 9 through 12.
NASCAR Tickets Raffled For Woman Fighting Cancer
The tickets are $20 and can be purchased online.
Steiner School Hires Grad For First-Grade Teaching Post
A GBRSS graduate, Horowitz began her teaching career as an intern at the school for the 2012-13 school year.