MCLA To Present Info Session on State Employee Tuition Waiver

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — MCLA's Division of Graduate and Continuing Education (DGCE) and the Office of Student Financial Services will hold a virtual info session at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28, providing overviews of DGCE's programs and sharing information about the tuition waiver available for Massachusetts state employees and their spouses.  
Barbara Emanuel, director of DGCE programs, will provide an overview of MCLA's Master of Business Administration, Master of Education including teacher licensure programs, bachelor's degree completion, and certificates in accounting and cyber security.  
Bonnie Howland, MCLA director of student financial services, will provide information on tuition waivers for state employees and their spouses. She will also present information on other resources for financial aid. Those eligible for the state tuition waiver also receive a substantial discount in MCLA's undergraduate summer classes. 
Register at, or email Betty LeSage at or call (413) 662-5575 for more information. 

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North Adams Glamping Project Moving Forward Under New Owner

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A glamping business that never got off the ground is now under the direction of a new operator.
The Planning Board on Monday approved a new special permit for Benjamin Crespi of Brooklyn, N.Y., to develop and operate an outdoor recreation resort at 976 Notch Road. 
The property owned by Brian O'Neil was transferred to 196 Marine LLC, a New York limited liability company, for $1.45 million on March 16.
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