|CHP Board of Trustees Names New Members|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Community Health Programs has welcomed two new members to its board of trustees.
Nicole Antil and Gloria Escobar took their seats on the board of the countywide health care network in December, said Christopher Phillips, board chair.
Antil, a native of Morris County, N.J., is the owner of Antil Creative
|Superior Court Briefs: Feb. 20 - Feb. 22|
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Tuesday, February 20.
J.C. Chadwell, 39, of Pittsfield entered not guilty pleas on single counts of murder in the first degree and illegal possession of a firearm.
He was ordered to be held at the Berkshire County House of Correction without the right to bail. Chadwell is
|BMC Nurses Call Off Strike|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The union nurses at Berkshire Medical Center have called off next week's planned strike.
After a late night of last-minute negotiations Thursday, the local Massachusetts Nurses Association chapter opted to withdraw the strike notice as contract negotiations have progressed. The nurses were
|MCLA Men Fall in Conference Semi-Final|
BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Bridgewater State University advanced to the championship game of the 2018 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament as the second-seeded Bears knocked off No. 3 MCLA, 102-93, on Thursday night.
The Bears improve to 17-9 on the season and advance to the MASCAC
|McCann Budget Level-Funded for Fiscal 2019|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The McCann School Committee unanimously approved a $9,343,958 budget for fiscal 2019 that is a .04 percent increase over this year’s budget.
The Northern Berkshire Vocational Regional School District budget is essentially level funded with only a $3,799 increase over fiscal 2018's $9,340,159 million
|Matuszko Tapped As Next BRPC Executive Director|
The full commission made the decision on Thursday.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — After 21 years with the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission, Thomas Matuszko is poised to become the commission's next executive director.
The commission chose Matuszko out of three finalists Thursday evening. The executive
|'The Art of the Oscar Picks': The Devil Is in The Details|
On a recent gloomy night I pondered weak and weary, not because I was necessarily weak or weary, but because I like the expression and it was time to make my Oscar picks, an annual tradition I abhor with no small amount of dread and disdain. All the same, I was determined that this year's choices would be the likes of which the world has
|The Independent Investor: Is America Back in the Space Business?|
If you were watching television this Thursday, you may have caught the launching of a low-orbit Spanish government-commissioned satellite launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The difference between today and 25 years ago is that it was a private company called Space X, rather than NASA, that made it happen.
|Letter: BMC: A North County Perspective|
To the Editor:
With all of the recent news on Berkshire Medical Center, the registered nurses' contract disputes and a looming second strike by the Massachusetts Nurses Association, we shouldn't be surprised that financial rating agencies have expressed concern for the future of our community hospital.
The costs of the
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