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'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood': What This World Needs Now
Can you say inspirational?   I can't remember the last time I left the movie theater thinking that what I had just seen was inspirational. Crazy? Yes. Funny? Yes. Sad and foreboding? Yes, quite often. But inspirational, in this cynical environment, with the Philistines at the gate? Nah, couldn't be. Who'd buy
Post-Thanksgiving Storms Bringing Major Snowfall to Region
Some wild weather could be in store for the Berkshires this weekend as a major storm that dumped more than a foot of snow disrupted travel across the center of the nation piles into New England.    There's a possibility of foot falling over the region through Monday but the National Weather Service is predicting 3 to 4
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Williamstown, Great Barrington Join 'Fair Saturday' Celebration
The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center will show 'The Wizard of Oz' at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, as part of Great Barrington's participation in Fair Saturday. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Cultural District is participating in the first celebration of "Fair Saturday" in the United
The Independent Investor: Will Santa Satisfy Retailers?
Ready, get set, go! That's what the nation's retailers are hoping you will do, preferably before your Thanksgiving dinner has barely been digested. Black Friday has become Black Week, while holiday shopping now officially includes the entire months of November and December.   In 2019, retail sales nationwide are expected to
All Saints Voluneers Make Sure Seniors Have Thanksgiving Meal
Shannon Daugherty gives instructions for putting pies and rolls into paper bags for Thursday's delivery.  NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The parish hall at All Saints Episcopal Church was abuzz with the activity of more than two dozen volunteers of all ages on Wednesday evening.   All the potato peeling, pie
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Sullivan School Proposal Heads Back to Mayor Bernard
Councilors Benjamin Lamb and Keith Bona sat in the audience during the discussion because of their relationships with the school proposals. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The potential sale of Sullivan School was punted back to the mayor's office on Tuesday.   Short two councilors and with not enough votes to
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MCLA Women Fall to Fisher College
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- The Fisher College women's basketball team placed three players in double figures as the Falcons used a strong second half to pull away from MCLA for a 67-46 win on Tuesday night.   After one quarter of action it was tied at 17-17. Fisher (7-5) owned a 32-27 edge at halftime, but then outscored MCLA 35-19
Berkshire Money Management Adviser Receives CEPA Designation
DALTON, Mass. — Berkshire Money Management's Lauren Russo recently earned the prestigious Certified Exit Planning Advisor designation. The CEPA program was specifically designed for business advisers who work closely with owners of privately held companies. CEPA designation is given through the Exit Planning Institute, offering
Nine MCLA Students Attend the 2019 COPLAC Conference at Keene State College
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Nine Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts students had the opportunity to present scholarly and creative work at the 2019 Northeast Regional Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Conference of COPLAC, the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. The students traveled to Keene State College on
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