|Softball Tourney to Benefit Boy Battling Lymphoma|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- A co-ed charity softball tournament this weekend will benefit a local 3-year-old boy battling Burkett lymphoma.
The inaugural Carson Willette Co-Ed Benefit Softball Tournament will be held Saturday and, if necessary, Sunday at Noel Fiel dand DiSanti Field starting at 9 a.m.
Teams can register
|Berkshire Tidbits: Harvest Fests, Historic Fare Fill Weekend|
A grilled chicken and avocado sandwich with bacon and pest from The Hungry Traveler food truck that will be at the Berkshire Botanical Garden Harvest Festival.
Great Barrington Historical Society
Bake Sale Features Historic Goodies
Saturday, Oct. 10
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Barbara Syer, president of the Great
|Letter: Vote Alcombright to Move City Forward|
To the Editor:
I was born and raised in North Adams and now I live here again. I have seen many changes. However, the most significant changes I have seen have been in the last six years.
Dick Alcombright and his administrators are welcoming, open, and willing to listen. We have seen the infusion of ideas and private investment in
|Skiffington Named Interim Men's Basketball Coach at MCLA|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. - MCLA Director of Athletics Laura Mooney announced Monday that Anthony Skiffington will serve as the interim head coach of the men's basketball program.
Skiffington replaces former head coach Jamie Morrison, who resigned earlier this month.
"The department is excited for Coach
|Alcombright Outspends Challengers in Run Up to Preliminary|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Richard Alcombright outpaced his two challengers in fundraising and spending going into the preliminary election on Sept. 22.
Campaign spending reports were due on Sept. 14 for the period of Jan. 1 to Sept. 4; the next reporting deadline is Oct. 26. None of the candidates had in-kind contributions or outstanding
|MCLA Welcomes Six New Assistant Professors|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts has welcomed six new, full-time assistant professors to five departments on campus.
Dr. David Cupery has joined the Department of History, Political Science and Public Policy as an assistant professor of political science. His primary areas of expertise are in comparative
|Thousands Rally In Springfield in Support of Sanders|
The Vermont senator held rallies in Springfield and in Boston on Saturday.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Some 6,000 people were "feeling the Bern" in Springfield on Saturday.
Bernie Sanders, who seeking to run for the Oval Office in 2016 on the Democratic ticket, called for a
|@theMarket: October Should Be the Bottom|
The third quarter was the worst for stocks in four years. Here we are in October and if history is any guide, investors should expect a bottom in the stock markets over the next three weeks.
That does not necessarily mean that history is a dependable guide. Historical data has proven to be less than helpful over the last few years. That is
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