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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
Berkshires Wake Up With Busy Spring Weekend
Come out and enjoy activities galore in the Berkshires this weekend.

Adams Revokes Turn Hall Food Permit; Hears 'Malicious' Hoarding Case
"They can't serve food if they have a baby shower or a wedding reception." — Code Enforcement Officer Scott Koczela

Take & Eat Food Program Fueled by Growing Need
"Why can't we make meals here for homebound elderly in need of meals on weekends?" — Deacon Francis Ryan

North Adams Cafe Expands Offerings With Salad Bar
"They really like the idea of making it their own thing, and creating it themselves." — Renee Tassone

North County EATS! Restaurant Week Set for Jan. 23-Feb. 1
Beginning on Jan. 23 through Feb. 1, area restaurants will offer a variety of prix fixe menus to please any palate and wallet.

Hanukkah Celebrations Include Traditional Latkes
"Never tamper with tradition. It is frowned upon." — Chef Michael Ballon

DEP Highlights Food Waste Ban At Red Lion Inn
"We are avoiding disposal and disposal costs." — David Cash

The Meat Market Offers Offal Dinner for All Hallow's Eve
"In the world of eating, nothing is so creepy to the eater as the unusual." — Jeremy Stanton

Summer Camp Introduces Children to Healthy Eating
"I strongly recommend next year's sessions for any kids looking for a fun, healthy, creative way to enjoy the bounty of summer." — Katherine Miller

Vermont Tasting Center Opens Near Mass. Border
"The bar is terrific, made out of red elm, which is very unusual. All in all, it is a nice place to spend an hour." — Peter Hopkins

North Adams Man Catches 23-Pound Bass in Tourney
"I catch 7- to 8-pound trout in the river." — Andrew Bostwick

New Concession Operator Chosen for Windsor Lake
"I'm not going to put my name out there on something I don't like." — Michael Marchesi

Hundreds Line Up for Empty Bowl Fundraiser
"It has just blossomed and grown over the last however many years and people really do cherish their bowls." — Valerie Schwarz

Pine Cobble Forest Project, Dinner Celebrates Utility of Goats
"The invasives are so heavily invested in the woods at Pine Cobble that the native plants are struggling." — Morgan Hartman

Vermont Tasting Room Will Offer Green Mountain Goods
"The whole focus of this is on Vermont food and beverage." — Peter Hopkins.

Five Food Businesses Joining Forces In Pittsfield Building
"This is an amazing opportunity to start a business without having to build it from the ground up." — Jazu Stine

Nutritionist to Speak Wednesday in Williamstown
"I try to keep people from starting crazy fad diets, and this is the time of year when that happens." — Nicole Anagnos

Adams Ale House Expanding Menu, Hires New Chef
"We're steering away from the cookie-cutter pub fare." — Matt Tatro

Berkshire Food Project Feast Feeds Nearly 200
"We were full here for a good hour and a half." — Valerie Schwarz

Greylock Federal Commits $50K to Support Elder Nutrition
"Greylock's support is much needed and very timely, given the steep rise in utility, food and transportation costs in recent years." — John Lutz

Berkshire Lawmakers Complete SNAP Challenge
"One of the things I really realized, and it brought back memories as a kid, is how poverty leaves people behind." — Rep. Paul Mark

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