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"There is a lot going on behind the scenes." — Jay Green
Third Thursday Events for June 20
Guardian Life and the Pittsfield Suns team up to help celebrate the City of Pittsfield's love of baseball at the June 20th 3rd.Thursday.
Monterey Ballplayers End Successful Season
The Monterey Blasters and Crushers baseball teams enjoyed more than 20 successful games this season.
Pittsfield Open Visitors Center In Intermodal Center
"We consider ourselves somewhat of an economic hub, a welcoming center and a gateway to the Berkshires. We think it is more than appropriate that the office of tourism is here today." — Gary Shepard
Miss Hall's Students Named Pickett Scholars
Miss Hall's School graduates Callie Atwell and AnaMei Boyd were named the recipients of this year's Mansfield Pickett Scholarships.
Mount Greylock Regionalization Task Force Faces Tough Questions
"Why would the town want to give up autonomy and spend a considerably larger amount of money when it's doing fine?" — Christopher Nugent
Summer Sundays Returning to Spring Street
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - Summer Sundays, the Spring Street festival, will return this July.
DownStreet Art Returns to North Adams
DownStreet Art returns Thursday to downtown North Adams.
Pittsfield Parks Commission Questions Fee-Based Recreation Programs
"The parks are public and free to use and we'd like to see it continue that way." — John Herman
North Adams Happenings: June 19-25
Solid Sound Festival returns to North Adams this weekend.
North Adams Bar License Suspended After Stabbing
"We do the best we can. ... I don't want to see anybody get hurt." — Daniel O'Neil
Clarksburg Town Meeting Passes Budget, Articles
"I think it would be great for our community." — Kimberly Rougeau
North Adams Finance Panel Recommends 2014 Budget
"I don't think we can raise the budget, only decrease it," — Mayor Richard Alcombright
Hoosac Valley Scholarships & Awards 2013
Hoosac Valley High School presented the following scholarships and awards to the graduating class of 2013.
Downing Sets Coffee & Conversation at Dalton CRA
The senator represents 50 towns and two cities in four counties. He convenes up to 10 open forums a year throughout his district.
Pittsfield Hosts Weeklong Soccer Program for Kids
Just for Kicks is a weeklong program that runs from July 8 to July 12 for Pittsfield children ages 5 to 11.
Williamstown Coordinating Panel Meets With Lowry Critic
"Unfortunately, when it comes to developing affordable housing, it's not affordable to develop." — Robert Scerbo
Williamstown To Host Fourth Of July Parade, Celebration
Williamstown's Fourth of July Parade will kick off at 11 a.m.
Adams Town Meeting Approves Budget, 25 Warrant Articles
"I feel it is unconstitutional to expend public funds for this position." — Town Counsel Edmund St. John III
Clarksburg Officials Make Last-Minute Budget Cuts
"This is the number we need to make up one way or another tonight." — Mark Denault
MCLA Shows Galleries to Higher Ed Committee Chairman
"Since the start of DownStreet Art, and Gallery 51 and Press Gallery, we're now at 85 percent occupancy for downtown." — Jonathan Secor
'The Internship': A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson team up again in "The Internship."
Hillcrest Adds 2 to Board of Directors, Appoints Chairman
Hillcrest Educational Centers, Inc. added two Michele A. Butler and Scott M. Pignatelli to its Board of Directors, and Paul R. Clark was appointed chairman after serving as a director for six years.
Hoosic River Revival Seeks Pilot Project By End Of Year
"There's a lot of potential, a lot of options. The community can go in quite a few directions, almost as many directions as the river goes." — Gailanne Cariddi
Treasurer, MSBA Director Present Award to First-Grader At Crosby
"Good friends, the playground is fun to play in and the lunch that the lunch lady give us is very yummy." — Esha Zahid 1 Comment
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