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Dellea Honored With Hillcrest's Irish Person of the Year Award
There was a large audience at the Pittsfield Country Club for the event. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — It was in the mid-1980s when Michael Dukakis was looking to close the Avalon School, which was in receivership. Meanwhile, Hillcrest officials had taken an idea of expanding into the education field to their Chief
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The Independent Investor: Trump's Budget
It was late, "skinny," and guaranteed to send Washington lawmakers up a wall.  President Trump's first crack at a budget, released on Thursday, makes drastic cuts to many sacrosanct departments and programs while boosting spending in others. If you haven't strapped in quite yet, now is the time to do so. The
Clarksburg Approves Measures to Close $250K Deficit
Moderator Bryan Tanner confers with Town Clerk Carol Jammalo before the meeting. Tanner reminded those in attendance that the town needs candidates for Select Board, School Committee and Planning Board. CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Voters passed three articles at Wednesday's special town meeting that will bring the budget into
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Police Find Vehicle Of Missing Woman
EASTHAMPTON, Mass. - Authorities say the vehicle of 39-year-old Joanne Ringer has been found, but she is still missing.   Ringer went missing on March 2. She had last been seen in Clarksburg and was driving her 2001 Volkswagen Jetta to Easthampton. On March 6, authorities found the vehicle in Easthampton but she remains
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Thieves Steal Scenic Viewers From Eastern Summit
FLORIDA, Mass.  — State Police are investigating the theft of two scenic viewers that were stolen from the Eastern Summit on Route 2. Preliminary investigation by Trooper Talitha McCarthy-Johnson indicates that two commercial binocular units, which were located next to the Eastern Summit Gift Shop, were cut from their platform
Berkshire Taconic Announces Second Round of Grant Deadlines
SHEFFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation has announced the second round of deadlines for competitive grants in 2017. Regional nonprofits, students, school communities and individuals are invited to apply for funding during the spring grants cycle from April through June. For nonprofits The Fund for
North Adams Happenings: March 15-21
North Adams Happenings: March 15 - 21 Brought to you by: MCLA's Berkshire Cultural Resource Center and the North Adams Office of Tourism & Community
Plan for Health Care Costs During Retirement
When you retire, some of your expenses may go down – but health care is not likely to be one of them. In fact, your health care costs during retirement may well increase, so you may want to plan for these costs well before you leave the work force. How much can you expect to spend on health care during your retirement years? Consider
North Adams Preschoolers Now Brushing Their Teeth in School
Michelle Nicholas helps two of her students find their toothbrushes from the tray. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — In a football game, the two-minute warning signals that the end of the game is near. In reality, two minutes is a really, really, REALLY long time. Just ask the preschoolers in the North Adams Public Schools
Seats Open on Clarksburg Select Board, School Committee
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Clarksburg is in need of elected officers, including two Select Board members.   Select Board member Linda Reardon has indicated she will not run for re-election on May 23 and William Schrade Jr. submitted a letter of resignation on Tuesday.    School Committee Chairman Jeffrey Levanos
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