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Brayton Pupils Encouraged to Remember Sacrifices
Teacher Marie McCarron and her fourth-grade class the lead the event each year with help from the school community. See more photos here. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Brayton Elementary School pupils got a lesson in sacrifice and honor during the school's annual Memorial Day observance on Friday.    Guest
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@theMarket: Nothing Memorable in the Markets this Week
Most indexes ended the week where they started. While day traders may have lost or gained from intraday moves, serious investors simply ignored the constant and contradictory stream of news coming out of Washington.   It isn't worth the space to comment on all the on-again, off-again series of tweets and statements that has
Drury Announces Third Quarter Honor Roll
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Drury High School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2017-18 school year. Grade 12 High honors: Brayman, Jacob Richard; Clements, Ashley Elizabeth; Copeland, Mackenzie Marie; Crosier, Cassandra Champagne; Eastwood, Serena Marie; Moon, Amanda Marie; Wright, Kevin Robert. Honors:
Attorney Judith Knight Running for Berkshire District Attorney
LEE, Mass. — Criminal defense attorney Judith Knight has formally announced her candidacy for Berkshire district attorney.    Knight, a former assistant district attorney, has more than 30 years of experience in the criminal justice system prosecuting cases and defending individuals charged with
Memorial Day Events 2018
Below is a list of Memorial Day parades and ceremonies that will be updated as the information becomes available; only starred entries are confirmed. All events are on Monday, May 28, unless otherwise noted. Holiday closings can be found here. Please note that confirmed events are marked with an asterisk; those not marked are based on past
North Adams Housing Authority Receiving Capital Fund Increase
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The North Adams Housing Authority will receive $686,580 in federal Public Housing Capital Funds to make improvements to its properties.   Executive Director Jennifer Hohn announced in a press release Thursday that the award will increase $236,679 from last year and will allow the expediting of some needed
North Adams Airport Commission Delays Hangar Decision
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A Bennington, Vt., man who has been pushing to open his aviation and skydiving business, was approved last week to lease office space at Harriman and West Airport.   The Airport Commission voted Tuesday, May 15, to grant Alex Kelly permission to use office space in the city's hangar until June 30. But
'Book Club': Can Be Judged From Its Cover
The grist and gist of the pleasantly engaging but no-great-shakes "Book Club," directed by Bill Holderman and starring four of our national treasures, reminded me of an informing moment a few years back. My wife, Joanne, and I were driving across the Neversink River in the Catskills just as Mick Jagger and that band of his came over
The Independent Investor: It Is No Longer Enough to Simply Manage Money
Back in the day, money managers were revered. News stories spotlighting the year's "hottest hands," or that hedge fund's rising star were all the rage. Retail investors chased performance and paid for it. But times are changing, and simply beating the market for a year or two fails to impress most investors.   And
The Choice for Western Mass: Lead or Lose
State Houses across the country, and right here in Massachusetts, are facing a moment of generational change in leadership. Particularly in Western Mass, which is too often ignored by decision-makers on Beacon Hill, we will have to speak up — and fight together — for the funding, the projects and the policy priorities we
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