|Former SteepleCat named Ivy League Player Of The Year|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. —The honors keep rolling in for former SteepleCats. After leading North Adams to its 13th playoff appearance in 2016, Dartmouth College senior Dustin Shirley has been named the 2018 Ivy League Player of the Year.
Shirley, the fourth Dartmouth player to earn the award since its establishment in 1993, was the lone
|State Officials Launch Passenger Rail Expansion Efforts|
The state is also launching a pilot passenger service between Greenfield and Springfield next year, from the Olver Transit Center.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The state is launching the first step in determining the feasibility of east/west passenger rail between Pittsfield and Boston.
Gov. Charlie Baker,
|College Notes: June 2018|
Student Emma Whittum of Williamstown, a junior at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa., studied in Spain during spring 2018 semester. The program she participated in is one of 100 study-abroad programs offered to undergraduates.
The University of New Hampshire at Durham awarded degrees to the following students during
|North Adams Planners Approve Plans for Eagle Street Hotel|
Planners also approved two new businesses in Norad Mill and a new eatery on Marshall Street in the former Brew-HaHa.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Expressing deep concern about the lack of dedicated curbside parking, the Planning Board on Monday night approved the first phase of plans to turn a historic Eagle Street building into
|North Adams School Committee Approves FY2019 Budget|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The School Committee on Monday approved a $17.7 million budget for fiscal 2019 that is up just under 2 percent from this year.
The City Council is expected to approve the school budget Tuesday night as part of the city's overall spending plan for fiscal 2019.
|Moutaineers Grab A Close One At Joe Wolfe Field|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. —It was a battle of the pitchers Monday night down at Joe Wolfe Field.
The North Adams SteepleCats dropped a closely contested battle 3-2 against the Vermont Mountaineers Monday Night after each of the team’s pitchers went deep into the contest.
Chris Cepeda took the mound for the SteepleCats, going 7.1
|Retiring Clarksburg Teachers Recognized Like Royalty |
Duval and Stred are ready to take off on their royal tour.
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Mary Stred and Christina Duval have racked up enough years between them at Clarksburg Elementary School to qualify for a diamond jubilee.
So the two retiring teachers were treated like royalty on Monday, complete with
|Biz Briefs: Berkshire Realtors Host Battle of the Bartenders|
Bartending for a cause
The Berkshire Realtors will host an evening of competitive bartending on Monday, June 11, at Gala Restaurant & Bar at Orchards Hotel in Williamstown. Six teams will square off in half-hour shifts to see who can raise the most tips during their time behind the bar. Proceeds support the Berkshire Immigrant
|Hinds Sets Community Outreach Events for June|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The staff of state Sen. Adam G. Hinds, D-Pittsfield, will host two community outreach events during June.
The senator's staff will be available to meet with constituents in the communities of New Ashford and Worthington for this month's staff office hours on Wednesday,
|Berkshires Beat: CATA Publishes First Book|
Community Access to the Arts has published its first-ever collection of artwork and poetry, titled "You Can't Replace Yourself," featuring work by 46 artists and writers with disabilities. CATA celebrates the release with a Book Launch event at the CATA Studio in Great Barrington on Tuesday, June 12, from 4:30 to
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