|BArT Charter Public School Announces New Executive Director|
ADAMS, Mass. — The Board of Trustees of BART Charter Public School has named James "Jay" C. White II as the school's executive director, starting June 19.
Trustee Chair Charles Swabey said White will bring to BArT more than 30 years of teaching, administrative and fundraising experience in a variety of settings,
|How Can the Sandwich Generation Relieve Financial Stress?|
Don't worry too much if you haven't heard, but April is National Stress Awareness Month. Of course, stress can present emotional and physical challenges to all of us, but if you belong to the “sandwich generation” – that is, you may be caring for aging parents while still supporting your own children – you may be
|Higher Ed Commissioner Santiago to Speak at BCC Commencement|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Commissioner of Higher Education Carlos Santiago will be the keynote speaker at Berkshire Community College's 57th commencement.
Santiago was appointed to his position by Gov. Charlie Baker in July 2015. Working with the Board of Higher Education, he is responsible for providing overall direction to
|Biz Briefs: Two Pittsfield Businesses Get Help to Grow|
There they grow: The city of Pittsfield has fully supported two local businesses, Modern Mold and Tool and Shire City Herbals, which were recently awarded tax incentives through the state's Economic Development Incentive Program to facilitate expansion projects in the city. The businesses were among 13 companies across the commonwealth
|Berkshires Beat: St. Stan's Sendings Soccer Balls, Legos to Haiti|
To Haiti with love: Students in St. Stanislaus Kostka School in Adams presented soccer balls and Lego sets to Holly Palardy for children living in rural Haiti. Palardy is the assistant director of the Haiti Plunge, a mission founded by Sister Eunice Tassone through the Cote Center 30 years ago. Money for this gift was raised by the students
|@theMarket: New Quarter, New Market|
As traders and institutions put to bed the first quarter, several concerns loom large in the weeks ahead. How things play out over that time period will have important implications for the averages, given that they are not far from their all-time, historical highs.
What will the Fed do in May? Will Washington pursue tax cuts and
|Williamstown Teacher Honored by State Down Syndrome Congress|
Frani Miceli's class participates in World Down Syndrome Day in honor of their classmate Cole by wearing crazy socks to school.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A Williamstown Elementary School teacher has been named the Educator of the Year by the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress.
Fifth-grade teacher Frani Miceli was
|BHS Expands Orthopedic Care in Northern Berkshire|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Orthopaedic Associates, an affiliate of Berkshire Health Systems and the premier provider of orthopaedic services in the Berkshires, has expanded its services to Northern Berkshire with a new office at the North Adams Campus of BMC.
The state-of-the-art space, which includes in-office X-Ray and
|North Adams Native Honored as Urologist in New Hampshire|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Dr. James A. Betti, son of Lois Betti and the late David Betti, born and raised in North Adams, was recognized in the April issue of the New Hampshire magazine as one of the top four urologist in the state of New Hampshire.
The selection process was completed by Castle Connolly Medical LTD, a health care
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