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Paul Reiser Headlines Fairview Hospital's 2016 Gala

A seasoned actor, writer and producer, Reiser continues to add to his list of accomplishments. Having co-created and starred in the critically acclaimed NBC series "Mad About You," which garnered him multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, American Comedy Award and Screen Actors Guild nominations, Reiser returned to television last year in the FX series "Married."

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Coffee Liberation Front Patrons Donate to Animals

Alison and Christopher Cuff, owners of Coffee Liberation Front, believe in two things: good coffee and happy animals. And as the Park Street cafe has fast become a popular spot for coffee and salads, it's also making an impact on animals' lives through the kindness of patrons.

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Glow Ball Mini Golf Fundraiser For Special Olympics Planned For Sept.

A new fundraiser for the Special Olympics is teeing off next month. Market 32 and Baker's Golf have teamed up to put on a special glow ball night with the benefits going to the Law Enforcement Torch Run, which will supply Special Olympic athletes from Berkshire County with equipment, uniforms, and transportation to the games.

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Race Honors Memory of Drury Grad’s Mother

For the record, Saturday’s race was won by Olivia’s cousin Jacob Leblanc, who covered the course in 17 minutes, 32 seconds, a 5:39 mile pace. The top woman in the field was 2016 Lenox High graduate and rising Williams College freshman Emily Tibbetts, who finished in 22:05.

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Community Supporting North Adams Man With Cancer

Josh Sargent's world quickly changed last May when, at the age of 27, he was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer. "The doctors were shocked because they don't look for that in a young person," his mother, Lisa Sargent, said. "There was genetic testing, we have been to Dana-Farber [Cancer Institute] and he started chemo but it spread to his lungs and his bones very quickly. This was just in May."

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Common Folk Arts & Music Festival Takes Place Saturday

The first Common Folk Arts & Music Festival will take place this Saturday to benefit the new Roots Teen Center. The festival will run from 2 to 10. It was originally planned as an outdoors concert in the plaza at Western Gateway Heritage State Park but the prospect of inclement weather — thunderstorms are forecast for the weekend — has move it inside. The new venue is the Elks Lodge on Eagle Street.

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Duck Derby to Raise Funds for Family Center

The goal of the event is to bring families and the community together, say organizers, but also to help the Family Center to raise funds. Amy Hall, the program director of the Family Center, said she has been wanting to have a duck derby in North Adams for a long time.

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Tractor Supply Paper Clover Drive Benefits 4-H

Tractor Supply Company, in partnership with National 4-H Council, launches its 2016 Spring Paper Clover Campaign this week

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6th Annual Cop On Top Returns To Pittsfield Walmart This Weekend

"It is the first time in six years we have two good days of weather." — Darren Derby.

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BFAIR to Hold Fifth Annual Mini Golf Tournament Fundraiser

The tournament will serve as a fundraiser for the nonprofit organization, which meets the needs of people with disabilities and their families.

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Jimmy Bernardo Memorial Ride Celebrates 20th Year

“Jimmy's Ride has raised over $300,000 in 19 years to raise money and awareness among the community that child abuse is a major issue in Berkshire County. Not a day goes by that I don't think of my brother and the life that was taken from him 24 years ago

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Final Jocelyn LeClair 5K Set for Sunday

The family of Jocelyn LeClair has announced that this Sunday's memorial 5K in her honor will be the last they will organize.

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Night of Comedy Planned to Support North Adams Youth

"I am going to come in and do my act and make some people laugh." — Wayne Soares

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