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Fire Destroys North Street Home in North Adams
See more photos taken by North Adams 911 here. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A two-family home at the corner of Cady and North streets went up in flames Saturday morning.    Fire Chief Stephen Meranti said the call came in at 5:12 a.m. for a possible structure fire, which was confirmed by police reaching the
Markey Secures Agreement to Restore WWLP to Cable Lineup
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — U.S. Sen. Edward J. Markey report he has brokered a deal to restore WWLP, Channel 22, to cable viewers in the Berkshires.   Charter Communications had removed the NBC affiliate in Springfield nearly three years ago, cutting off Berkshire residents access to television news in Massachusetts. WCVB, Channel 5
@theMarket: Pandemic Fears Decimate Markets
The COVID Crash of 2020 crushed the world's stock markets this week. The average decline in the United States topped 14 percent. How much further will they fall and, more importantly, what should you do about it?   My first bit of advice is to refrain from checking how much you lost in your retirement account. Why? Because it
Berkshire Innovation Center Symbolizes 'Bright, Bold Future'
Mayor Thomas Bernard walks down the stairs of the Berkshire Innovation Center with Gov. Charlie Baker.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Innovation Center was celebrated Friday as a symbol of a "bright, bold future" for not only the city of Pittsfield but the Berkshires as a
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North Adams Committee Hosting Short-Term Rental Information Session
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The City Council's Community Development Committee will be holding a public presentation and discussion on short-term rentals on Wednesday, March 4, at 6 p.m. in the City Council Chambers.    The session will review the work happening in the Community Development Office and the
Clarksburg Board OKs Engineering Firm to Begin Sewer Analysis
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — The town has signed on with DPC Engineering of Longmeadow to address any infiltration and inflow issues with the sewer lines in accordance with an administrative order from the state Department of Environmental Protection.    "Our sewer system which flows into North Adams and then into
MCLA Men Fall in League Semi-Finals
WORCESTER, Mass. -- The Worcester State University men's basketball team is off to the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship game after defeating MCLA, 96-72, Thursday night in the conference semifinals at John P. Brissette Court.   With the win, Worcester State moves to 15-11 overall on the season,
'The Call of the Wild': Mush to the Theater
In the closing credits of director Chris Sanders's presentation of Jack London's "The Call of the Wild," a wholesome tale of the courage, honor and loving devotion between man and dog that hopefully won't be lost on our adolescent population, there is a curiously inherent contradiction.   The lists of folks
The Independent Investor: Can America Afford Sanders' promises?
On the eve of yet another Democratic primary, the policies and promises of the front runner, Bernie Sanders, haves suddenly come into focus for many voters. The price tag of his platform could be enormous -- as much as $60 trillion. Are these promises just waiting to be broken?   Last week, I focused on the promises Donald Trump
Adams Boy Named Down Syndrome Ambassador
ADAMS, Mass. — Lucas Solak of ​Adams was announced this week as an ambassador of Nothing Down, an organization aiming to change the way the world views Down syndrome. Four-year-old ​Lucas is one of 29 new ambassadors from across the globe. He was chosen to represent Nothing Down and, alongside his family, will assist the
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