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North Adams Board Tells Package Store Owner to Get a Manager
The commission decided a public hearing has to be held for Bright Ideas Brewing to sell at the Levit Amp concerts. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The License Commission is putting the brakes on an alcohol license transfer after the proposed new owner of Ed's Variety failed to find a local manager. Will Patel of Westwood had
Letter: Blue Star Parents Group Forming
To the Editor: July 4th is when we celebrate our country's Independence. It's also a perfect opportunity to remind people that the freedom and independence we celebrate is not free. Berkshire County has many residents serving in the military – active, Reserves and Guard. Each military individual represents an entire family
Letter: Support a Pittsfield Ban on Exotic Circus Animals
To the Editor: I am writing to you as a concerned citizen for the welfare of animals especially the exotic ones that could be used in circuses. I realize that this puts all of you in a difficult spot trying to please both sides of an issue but I would encourage each one of you and take a step back and really to consider the issues at
Berkshire Tidbits: Corn Season
The Tolland, Conn., Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual steak and lobster dinner Saturday, July 16, from 5 to 11 p.m. There's a choice of a steak dinner, $25, a lobster dinner, $25, or a steak and lobster dinner, $40. Dinners include a salad, corn-on-the-cob, a baked potato and dessert. Or, hot dogs and hamburgers may be
CPR, AED Training Offered at Reduced Cost
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — SJG Emergency Response Training & Consulting has teamed up with Sweetbrook Nursing & Rehabilitation Center to provide reduced-cost CPR and AED training. The fee is $20 per person (usually $50). Participants can pay by cash or check the day of the event. The classes will be held at
Newport Lights Up SteepleCats
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- The North Adams SteepleCats (14-13) were coming a big road win VS the Plymouth Pilgrims (12-15) on Monday and were looking forward to returning home for the first time in seven days Tuesday night.   The game ended up not going the SteepleCats way in 14-1 loss to the Newport Gulls (15-14) at Joe Wolfe Field. It
North Adams Happenings: July 13-19
North Adams Happenings:  July 13 - July 19 Brought to you by:  MCLA's Berkshire Cultural Resource Center and the North Adams Office of Tourism & Community
Summer Music at its Best: Tanglewood, Tannery Pond and Manchester
Tanglewood enters its second week of classical programming, with inspiring and thought-provoking concerts in the Shed and in Ozawa Hall. As always, diversity is the watchword: from an all-Mozart evening to Ives and Gershwin; from Beethoven and Tchaikovsky to the cutting-edge orchestra “The Knights” performing arrangements of Cat
Act Today to Avoid Financial Regrets Tomorrow
“Regrets? I’ve had a few.” – Frank Sinatra. Mr. Sinatra, one of the most famous entertainers of the 20th century, did things his way, but he was also familiar with remorse. He’s not alone, of course. We all deal with regrets – and financial ones are among the most troublesome. Here are the leading
North Adams Council Wants More Data on Parking Lot Changes
The council is considering whether to restore meters to the Center Street lot. Councilor Lisa Blackmer brought up concerns over confusing signage, noting some were in the middle of spaces making it difficult to determine whether they were permit or not. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — An unconvinced City Council on Tuesday referred a
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