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|North Adams Little League Sets Sign-Up Dates
North Adams Little League registration will be held Feb. 23 and 24.
Cheshire Considers Joining BRPC Pipeline Group
"If it's $20,000 to $30,000 with all 12 towns in, we still don't have that." — Chairwoman Carol Francesconi
North Adams Housing Agency Finds Potential Buyers For Properties
"However, that said, it is the North Adams Ambulance Service, and it is going to good people and it's going to serve a purpose." — Jennifer Hohn
Area Religious Groups Join Social Justice Efforts in New Organization
"What if we pooled that all that energy together and turn it into something where we can move as one body?" — the Rev. Jennifer Gregg
Pancake Breakfast Slated To Help Lanesborough Firefighter Beat Cancer
"He's a tough kid, a fighter." — PJ Pannesco
Williams Students Aim to Break Record Lego Build Time
"They said, 'You love math. You're going to be a math major here. And you love Legos.' " — Jacob Broude
Williamstown — Finally — Decides on Town Flag
The board had other, arguably weightier topics on its agenda Monday.
Berkshire Youth Wrestling Club Set to Host Sectional
In just its fifth year of existence, the Berkshire Youth Wrestling club will host the Central/Western Massachusetts Sectional Tournament next month.
Pittsfield Residents Wary of Taconic High School Cost
"Where are we going to get this $40 million?" — Ellen Fothergill
Lanesborough Voters Will Be Asked to Decide School Affiliations
"Our thought was that any educational change that is major should be up to the voters and not a transient school committee." — Regina DiLego
Williamstown Selectmen to Hire Consultant for Town Manager Search
"We decided we would use an outside recruiting firm." — Ronald Turbin
Williams College Senior Awarded Churchill Scholarship
Freeman, a math major from Bethesda, Md., plans to pursue a Master of Advanced Study in pure mathematics at Cambridge
'Blizzard of 2015' Causing School Closings, Cancellations
Snow is expected to begin falling in the Berkshires this afternoon, with heavier accumulations after 4 p.m.
Battalion Boosts Playoff Hopes With Big Weekend
The Berkshire Battalion has won three of its last four games after Sunday's win over first-place Watertown.
Pittsfield Traffic Panel Asked to Restore Crosswalk Near Allendale
"It is a situation where somebody is going to get hurt." — Bob Parsons
Mount Greylock School District Facing Tough Budget Choices
"Basically, they said they want us to cut out budget." — Carolyn Greene
Berkshire County UCP Holds Final Telethon
"We believe the community support is so solid that they'll be behind us with whatever we do." — Christine Singer
North Adams Airport Panel Delays Project Vote; Talks Derelict Plane
"So what they are doing right now, it is very clear, is playing us." — William Greenwald
Falchuk Looking To Grow Independent Party, Reject Olympics
"The history of the Olympic Games is that they cost 200 times more than people estimate." — Evan Falchuk.
Four Sworn Into Berkshire Commission on the Status of Women
"We have the power to convene a group of people on behalf of the women of Berkshire County." — Gwendolyn Hampton VanSant
Williamstown Native Hosting New HGTV Design Show
"For some reason, I always knew that hosting was going to be the thing that propelled my career. And it did." — Jay Montepare
Ward Councilors Holding Public Session on Taconic High Project
The meeting is being hosted by Ward 1 City Councilor Lisa Tully and Ward 2 City Councilor Kevin Morandi for their constituents.
BCC Falcons Set to Play First Home Basketball Games in 20 Years
The Berkshire Community College men's basketball team will host a club team from American International College on Sunday afternoon.
Adams Historical Commission Talks Susan B. Anthony Signage
"I'd like to see some really classy signs when you come into Adams saying 'This is The Birthplace of Susan B. Anthony,' " — Joseph Nowak said
Main Street Hospitality Group Appoints Wine and Bar Director
Sommelier Dan Thomas has been named to the position of Wine and Bar Director.