Williams College officials looking for phantom fraternity

By Larry Kratka, WUPE Radio NewsPrint Story | Email Story
The student council at Williams College in Williamstown says the administration is not doing enough to root out an underground fraternity at the school. But school officials responded with a letter saying it would not go on some wild goose chase to find members of the phantom fraternity. Schools officials say only public discouragement from the campus community can put an end to fraternity activity. The college banned fraternities more then 40 years ago. This report was compiled by WUHN/WUPE Radio, Pittsfield
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Clarksburg Seeking Temporary Town Clerk to Get Through Elections

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Officials are struggling to prepare for a special town meeting and upcoming elections without town clerk. 
Select Board Chairman Ronald Boucher said Town Clerk Carol Jammalo had given her notice in mid-July.
He said at Wednesday's Select Board meeting that the town has been reaching out to the Massachusetts Town Clerks' Association, other communities and town clerks for support and help in preparing for the August special town meeting and the state primary on Sept. 1. 
"We have a very tough situation here in this town. All of you know that the town clerk resigned right square in the middle of a primary election, a town meeting," he said. "And a lot of the stuff that needed to be done wasn't done."
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