|Williams College Children Center Kids Visits NAFD|
John Marlowe explains the purpose of the ladder fire truck to Williams College Children Center kids on Wednesday morning. For more photos, click here to see the slideshow.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Jennifer Marlowe's prekindergarten class visited North Adams Fire Department on Wednesday afternoon, a much
|Northern Berkshire United Sets Campaign Breakfast|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Northern Berkshire United Way will holds its annual campaign Celebration Breakfast on Thursday, May 30, at the Williams Inn.
The breakfast, which begins at 7:45, concludes the annual drive to raise funds to aid more than 20 member agencies ranging from Elder Services of Berkshire County to the Girls Scouts of
|Clarksburg Accounting Errors Affecting Free Cash Approval|
Finance Committee members Mark Denault, left, and Lori-Anne Aubin meet with Selectmen Jeffrey Levanos and Chairman Carl McKinney. Also in attendance were Fin Com member Rebecca Buck, Town Administrator Thomas Webb and Town Accountant Christa Marsh.
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Frustrated town officials have yet to set
|Berkshire County EMS Sets Annual Banquet, Expo|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Emergency Medical Services Committee of Berkshire County will hold its annual awards banquet on Friday, May 17, at Itam Lodge.
The dinner, which starts at 6, is open to all emergency responders in Berkshire County. More than 25 "Save" certificates will be given to emergency responders who played an
|North Adams Happenings: May 15-21|
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NAMA Prom Presents: Under the
|Williamstown Man Energizing Boston Club for Impaired Runners|
Mobility-impaired runner Kevin Counihan, left, is seen with Williamstown's Hank Art and New York's Lori Gaon at the 2011 ING New York City Marathon.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Since running his first marathon in 1994, Hank Art has duplicated the feat on numerous occasions.
He is proudest of those days
|BRTA Details Phased Plan for Adding Buses, Routes|
The Transportation Advisory Committee is supporting BRTA's plan to phase in natural gas-powered buses and expanded routes and hours.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — With a proposed state budget that would "forward fund" the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority, leaders are already eyeing
|Two Vying for Clarksburg School Committee|
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — There are two candidates vying for School Committee in the only race on this year's election ballot. The incumbents of two vacant seats on the ballot are accepting write-ins.
The election is Tuesday, May 21, from noon to 7 p.m. at the Senior Center. Absentee ballots can be requested in writing until available
|Pittsfield Police Honor Nation's Fallen Officers|
The Honor Guard honored five officers who were killed in duty while working for the city.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — County law enforcement honored more than 19,000 police officers who were killed in the line of duty, including five from Pittsfield, as part of National Police Week.
|North Adams Merchants Preparing for Solid Sound Arrival|
Chamber President Glenn Maloney opens a session on upcoming events in the city, including the return of Wilco's Solid Sound Festival.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Galleries and merchants are once again girding for a welcomed invasion of Wilco fans this June.
But that isn't the
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