|County Planners Creating List of Economic Initiatives|
The under-construction science center at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts made the list but not the massive library building project at Williams College.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — When Brian Domina saw a report listing the millions of dollars that went into economic initiatives in the last year, he was surprised
|Markey, Gomez Reel In U.S. Senate Campaign Nominations|
The polls closed at 8 p.m. in Adams.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Businessman and former Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez and U.S. Rep. Edward Markey will face off in the special election for U.S. Senate.
The two men — one a veteran congressman, the a other newcomer to the political scene — are
|Conte School Project Wins Narrow Victory in North Adams|
Supporters, including Councilors Jennifer Breen and Lisa Blackmer, were at the polls at St. Elizabeth's. Left, outspoken critic of the plan, Robert Cardimino, and Sullivan parent Catrina Therrien urged a no vote.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Voters gave the Conte School project a
|African-American Heritage Celebrated Countywide This Summer|
Festival co-Chairman Don Quinn Kelley, left, Ivan Newton of the Samuel Harrison Society and Mary McGinnis and Meghan Whilden of the city of Pittsfield at the Lift Ev'ry Voice announcement.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Downstreet Arts' first Thursday in June this year coincides with the launch of the
|North Adams Housing Agency Approves More Flood House Funding|
The Housing Authority approved an additional $20,955 grant for the Flood House, which will likely fund Americans with Disabilities Act related issues.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Housing Authority approved an additional $20,955 — $66,304 over the next three years — in funding for the Flood House
|Five Candidates Aim For U.S. Senate Nominations|
Five candidates are running in Tuesday's primary to determine who will face off to fill the Senate seat vacated by John Kerry.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Voters across the state will be picking the two candidates for a special election to replace John Kerry in the U.S. Senate.
Kerry was appointed as secretary
|North Adams to Vote on Conte Renovation Project|
Voters will decide the fate of the Conte School on Tuesday. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Voters in North Adams will go to the polls on Tuesday to determine the fate of the Conte School project.
The vote will be up or down to authorize total borrowing of $29.7
|Pittsfield, Lenox Girls Win Science Fair Genzyme Award|
Allison Wolfe, left, and Ella King won the Genzyme Award at the Region 1 Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair on Saturday. For more photos, see the slideshow.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Eighth-graders Ella King and Allison Wolfe didn't meet each other until February when they started to work together
|MCLA Softball Enjoying Successful Spring|
MCLA's Trailblazers are 18-19 going into the postseason.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts softball team had a shorter day than expected on Sunday.
That's OK. The Trailblazers' season will be longer than most would have expected.
MCLA made short work of
|Clarksburg Looking at Pricey Replacement for Culvert|
The state has told the town it has to put in a temporary bridge to replace cast iron boiler being used a culvert on Gates Avenue.
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Town officials are hoping its state representatives can run interference with the state Department of Environmental Protection on a costly culvert replacement on
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