|North Adams Arts Commission Gets First Public Art Proposal|
The Public Arts Commission's new logo seems to imagine mountains and spires in the abstract.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Public Arts Commission has received its first submission: A proposal to create art on Montana Street.
Or at least the outline of a submission.
Griffin Labbance, a residence director at
|Walk with Me in the Berkshires Returns for 15th Season|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The popular community walking program, Berkshire Health Systems' Walk with Me in the Berkshires, is returning for its 15th year in late March, where it is expected that more than 3,500 people from across the region will participate in a program aimed at improving health and well-being through
|Women Must Act to Overcome Financial Challenges|
International Women's Day, observed on March 8, celebrates the social, cultural and political achievements of women. Yet, women continue to face many challenges. For one thing, women still encounter gender-specific obstacles to their important financial goals, such as a comfortable retirement.
If you're a woman, what can you do to
|North Adams School Committee Votes to Reconfigure District|
Superintendent Barbara Malkas answers questions at last Thursday's presentation about moving grades.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The School Committee on Tuesday approved a grade reconfiguration that will move Grade 7 to Drury High School.
The changes will also allow the school district to move the pre-kindergarten program
|Congressman Tours Southwestern Vermont Medical Center |
Congressman Welch later spoke at Bennington's Town Meeting and spoke at a class at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass., on Tuesday.
BENNINGTON, Mass. — Green laser lines crisscrossed Dr. Matthew Vernon as he explained how Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center's linear accelerator uses precision targeting to
|North Adams Third/Fourth Grade Girls on a Roll|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- North Adams Youth Basketball's third- and fourth-grade girls have three titles in four Berkshire County tournaments this winter.
The team, which will go to New Hampshire and Saratoga Springs, N.Y., in the coming weeks, also placed second in the only other county tournament it entered this
|Biz Briefs: March Is 'Massachusetts Maple Month'|
How sweet it is: Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday declared March as "Massachusetts Maple Month" in an effort to support the commonwealth's many maple producers and encourage Massachusetts residents to purchase locally produced maple products. To kick off Maple Month, Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR)
|Berkshires Beat: Smoke Detectors Installed in Great Barrington Homes|
Stay safe: The Great Barrington Fire Department partnered with the American Red Cross to provide free smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors to residents in February. On Wednesday, Feb. 22, Great Barrington firefighters installed smoke and CO detectors in 18 houses throughout town as part of the American Red Cross Home Fire Preparedness
|Youth Basketball Tournament Finals Held|
Housatonic’s boys and Dalton’s and Mount Greylock’s girls won Berkshire County seventh- and eighth-grade travel basketball titles on Sunday afternoon.
The Housy boys defeated the Boys and Girls Club Black team, 57-47, in the all-county title game at Mount Greylock Regional School behind 17 points from Ty
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