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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
Williamstown Town Manager to Return on Interim Basis
"It's obvious to everyone that under Peter's stewardship an already beautiful town became even better." — Ronald Turbin

Conforti Retiring From Clark Art Institute
Under Confortiís direction, the Clark has grown in both size and stature and has established an international reputation as a leader in the generation of new ideas and critical thinking in the field.

Adams Hires New Waste-Water Superintendent, Sets Budget Meetings
"There exists within the municipal budget a structural deficit whereby increases in annual revenues are not growing fast enough." — Tony Mazzucco

Williamstown Town Manager Fohlin Announces April Retirement
"I feel a little shaky, but I want to congratulate Peter on giving himself a well-deserved break." — Chairman Ronald Turbin

Designing Your Retirement: The New Reality
The regular checkups with your financial adviser that were part of your working years should continue during retirement ó and may even be more important.

Lanesborough Elementary Principal Boshe To Retire
"While this isn't an easy decision the time is right." — Ellen Boshe

Williamstown-Lanesborough Superintendent Looks Back on Career
"I think I've tried to see a thread through all the work I do that it's really about relationship building." — Rose Ellis

Cover for Retirement in Stages
And while it may be closer for some than it is for others, everyone needs to make sure they are financially prepared when the time comes to take a permanent leave from the ranks of the employed.

Lanesborough Giving Preference To In-house Police Chief Candidates
"We have to be versatile with a department of our size." — Mark Bashara

Are You and Your Spouse on the Same Page?
Such discrepancies are common, even for couples who communicate well.

How Much Life Insurance Is Enough?
Itís not a fun topic, but one that is very important and can help your family in a time of need.

Williamstown-Lanesborough Superintendent Retiring Dec. 31
"We had already begun the process of looking into the future of the superintendent in the Tri-District." — Carolyn Greene

Pittsfield Police Lieutenant Ending 36-year Career
"I was blessed to be able to do something I've always wanted to do." — Katherine O'Brien

Williamstown Fetes Faulkners on Retirement
"We had said that we would be community-minded, so I'm hoping that we lived up to your expectations." — Carl Faulkner

Lenox Selectmen Weigh Options For Retirement Costs
"The money is coming out of the budget one way or the other." — John McNinch

Local 1199 Union Chief Feted on Retirement
"He's retiring from the hospital but anybody that knows him, knows him as the union guy." — Cindy Bird,

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