|TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY|
|Committee Finds Leaking at Hoosac Valley High
"This was a terrible winter and there was a lot of ice and snow build up." — David Hinkell
Three Resign From Williamstown Affordable Housing Committee
"You who have dedicated years of your life to affordable housing know as well as I the challenges we have chosen for ourselves." — Peter Fohlin
Williamstown Fire Committee OKs Budget Request to Voters
This year the Fire District will hold its meeting on Tuesday, May 27, at the fire house.
"Draft Day": It's a Coin Toss
Now more than ever, the art of the deal plays a major part in the science of winning, which, the thinking is, will enrich the ownership.
"Muppets Most Wanted": More or Less
While cameos by movie celebrities have long been a Muppets staple, in this permutation the best lines are reserved for said humans.
PERC Shares Stories of Business Success
"PERC really stepped up and helped us with those costs." — Josh Levin.
Adams Selectmen Ask For Pole Relocation on Roundabout
"To me this creates a traffic hazard that could be avoided." — Selectman Arthur "Skip" Harrington 1 Comment
Area Responders Tested on Emergency Preparedness
But what happens when everything goes wrong and multiple agencies are called in?
MCLA Christens New Veterans Resource Center
"We now have a space to get together, to be together." — Brian Nelson
Historic Cheshire House To Be Leveled for Dollar General
"It's such a beautiful property, and it's a shame to see it get paved." — Jill Balawender-Reynolds 29 Comments
Mount Greylock Enrollment Question Still at Issue
"In 2012, MSBA decided to change its procedure and settle the enrollment first. Now is the time to settle the enrollment." — Carolyn Greene
Mass MoCA Extending Hours for Packed 15th Season
"We know that there will be a lot of visitors here and a lot of excitement in the Northern Berkshires." — Jodi Joseph 1 Comment
PEDA Still Hopeful for Rail Project
"We just want to stay in their face, and be a little cute with it," — Corydon Thurston
North Adams Happenings April 16-22
North Adams Happenings
Berkshire Health Systems Closing In On Deal To Acquire NBH
"Emergency services of this community need to be addressed immediately." — Judge Henry J. Boroff 1 Comment
Edith Wharton Writing Competition Winners Announced
The Mount received a record-breaking number of entries from 22 schools from the Berkshires, Hampshire, and Franklin counties as well as New York, Connecticut and Vermont.
Volunteers needed for the Y's Tie Dye Dash
All volunteers will receive a YMCA T-shirt the day of the event.
Lanesborough Loses Lawsuit Over Laston Park Construction
"There was a trial last summer and there was judgment against the town." — Paul Sieloff.
Williamstown Board Rejects Housing Panel Developer Choice
"To fly in the face of this adamant 6-0 vote of these people who have given so much to work and push this forward ..." — Jane Patton
Save NARH Campaign Looks to Drum Up Wider Support
"I personally invited the governor to the meeting next week or any one he could make," said Michael O'Brien 4 Comments
Pittsfield's Cultural Director Whilden Leaving Post
"The arts are in every single house in Pittsfield." — Megan Whilden
North Adams Closes Beaver Street Over Mudslide Fears
Several hundred yards of the street, Route 8, have been sectioned off just south of the Clarksburg town line and traffic is being detoured. 2 Comments
2014 Alma Riello Scholarship Deadline May 9
This scholarship is open to high school seniors and a total of five scholarships of $200 each will be awarded in May.
Bunny Hop Race Will Support Homeless Shelter
"We're definitely seeing that the need for our services is going to grow." — Lindsay Errichetto
NARH Advocates Bringing Petitions to Beacon Hill
"We've collected about 12,000 signatures on the petitions." — Jim Gander
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