|The Independent Investor: Trump's War on Drug (Prices)|
For the second year in a row, President Donald Trump called on Congress to do something about the escalating drug prices in America. The president is doggedly pursuing this campaign promise in the face of an army of special interest groups and big drug companies. Hurrah for you, Mr. President.
In his State of the Union address he
|Letter: Community Penalized by Pillar Art Decision|
To the Editor:
As some of you are aware, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art was solely responsible for the paint over of the historic artwork done by the children of our city which is located on Marshall Street pillars. It is, and should be, disturbing that our the children and a supportive general public are being penalized for
|SVMC Offers New Heart Health Screening |
BENNINGTON, Vt. — A new heart health screening will soon be available to local patients at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center that will allow people to see their risk of a heart-related health event before symptoms arise.
Cardiac Calcium Scoring uses a computed tomography (CT) scan and specialized software to allow doctors to detect
|North Adams Hosts 22nd Annual Winterfest Celebration|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — There's fresh snow on the ground, and just in time, the 22nd annual Winterfest celebration, which offers many indoor and outdoor, family-friendly activities, will be held Saturday, Feb. 16. All events are free.
The schedule is as follows:
9 a.m.-4 p.m., ice carving on Main Street: Watch as eight artists
|Your Financial Advisor Can Do Some 'Life Coaching'|
Life coaches – not surprisingly – strive to improve the quality of life of their clients. And financial professionals essentially embrace the same mission. So, if you decide to hire a financial advisor, you should expect to receive some "coaching" as you work toward all your important objectives, such as sending your kids
|Public Arts Commission Offers to Broker Talks With Pillar Artists|
The Public Arts Commission is hoping to find a spot for artists to recreate their work or to create new public art.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — There may be a breakthrough in the lingering controversy over the painted-over pillars on the Veterans Memorial Bridge.
At Monday's Public Arts Commission meeting,
|Adams Man Charged in Drug Importation Scheme|
BOSTON — Daniel Borer of Adams is accused of importing synthetic drugs from China through the U.S. Postal Service and using them to manufacture "massive wholesale quantities of smokeable synthetic cannabinoids" for sale throughout the United States.
Borer, 42, and his alleged accomplice, postal worker
|Former Pittsfield Cub to Appear at Baseball Museum|
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. -- Former Pittsfield Cub star Bryan House will be “Talkin’ Baseball” at the Baseball in the Berkshires museum at the Berkshire Mall on Saturday, Feb. 16.
The former pro will meet and greet attendees and sign autographs free of charge as part of the museum’s Talkin’ Baseball
|North Adams Winterfest Returns for 22nd Year|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The city celebrates its 22nd annual Winterfest on Saturday, Feb. 16, beginning with ice carving in the morning on Main Street and culminating with free skating at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Skating Rink in the afternoon.
The celebration offers indoor and outdoor, family-friendly activities, all
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