|TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
|Williamstown Public Safety Committee Opts to Study Former Bank, Grand Union
"So rather than just do nothing, let's do something." — Andrew Hogeland
North Adams Committee Hears Update on Infrastructure
"It all comes down to equipment and manpower." — Timothy Lescarbeau
Clarksburg Officials Frustrated by Financial Blunders
"It is embarrassing as a representative of the town to go to a meeting and have to table more than half of it." — Lori-Anne Aubin
Candidates Showing Differences As Governor's Race Heats Up
"This race has really just started. We're going to continue to push every day." — Martha Coakley
Gift Sculpture Installed in Williams' Restored Reading Room
"I was thrilled that the piece would be in the library. The library is the heart of scholarship at the college." — Susan Adler
Mohawk Trail Centennial Dedication Set for Saturday
The road is probably best known for its scenic views, particularly the spectacular displays of fall foliage on the 36-mile trip over the Hoosac Range.
Uncertainty Surrounds Dunkin' Donation of Pittsfield Church
"Logically, for the city, we would like to partner with an organization or a developer that wanted to do something." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
Clarksburg Golf Course Work in Danger of Shutdown
"We aren't just going to keep throwing money at this if we can't do some little things to help make the money." — Todd Driscoll
Gubernatorial Candidates Spar In Springfield Debate
The five candidates for governor sparred in the first debate leading into the November general election.
Pittsfield Board Revokes Unused Liquor License
"I just think the license carries so much baggage that it can't be saved." — Richard Stockwell
Letters: Thank You, Thank You, Thank You
My family and close friend have been with me from the beginning.
Adams Board of Health Raises Permitting Fees
"We haven't changed these since 2004." — Chairman Allen Mendel
Dunkin' Donuts Withdraws Pittsfield Church Demolition Plan
"As part of our new proposal, we intend to donate the church to the city of Pittsfield, for use as the city deems appropriate." — Greg Nolan
NBBPW to Honor Marilyn Faulkner
She is the perfect example of what the NBBPW stands for, women in business helping community and others.
Habitat for Humanity Showcase Trees Available Oct. 1
Members of the community, schools, churches, local businesses and community organizations are invited to purchase miniature artificial trees for $7 each to decorate and contribute to the showcase and raffle, or for personal use.
Grant Funds Five MCLA Scholarships
This funding will help students meet the cost of their education at MCLA.
Roadwork Projects Pop Up in Williamstown
The reorientation is meant to increase safety at the intersection and was prompted by a fatal accident at the junction late this summer.
North Adams Begins Planning for Skate Park
"I think this community really needs a skate park, and this whole area needs a skate park." — Charlie Wilkins 1 Comment
North Adams Theater Showing TV Premieres on Big Screen
"The sound is great, the screen is huge, and it is just a nice place to gather and it doesn't cost them anything." — Scott Ingalls
Early Morning Fire Burns Down V's Doghouse
"In a matter of 10, 15 minutes we had flames coming from the roof." — Charlie Durfee
Architect Lays Out Condition, Ideas for Adams School
"There are a number of different pots you can tap into." — Beth Murphy
Democratic Leaders Rally Support For Coakley, Party Slate
"Democrats have a record to run on. For their 16 years of governor, Republicans have a record to run from." — Benjamin Downing
Fall Foliage Festival Events for 2014
Before Parade Day, community members are invited to enjoy Fall Foliage Festival of events.
Democrats, Republicans Open Berkshire Campaign Offices
"This is going to serve as our hub." — Jon D'Angelo
Williams Women's Soccer, Field Hockey Wins, Men's Soccer Falls
The Williams College women's soccer team handed Connecticut College its first loss of the year on Saturday.