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MCLA Women's Soccer Earns First League Win
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- MCLA's Hannah Van de Water scored the game-winner in the 57th minute, and the Trailblazers extended the lead with an own goal late in the contest to earn a 2-0 MASCAC victory over the visiting Massachusetts Maritime women's soccer team.   The win snapped a six-game slide for the Trailblazers as they
Legislation Extends Lafayette Trail From Hinsdale to Hancock
Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis du Lafayette as a young general in 1791. BOSTON — A bill to expand the Lafayette Trail through the Berkshires is expected to be signed soon by Gov. Charlie Baker.    The measure, S. 2265, An Act relative to the Lafayette Trail, was filed in December
Fall Foliage Parade Floats Expected to Delight, Excite This Year
Snoopy's Sopwith Camel rises above the under-construction parade floats at the old City Yard.  NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Float guru Bruce Hayden has been racking up hours at the former city yard on Ashland Street putting the finishing touches on a convoy of floats that will appear Sunday in the 63rd Fall Foliage
North Adams Children's Parade Winners Announced
Benjamin Wiessner is congratulated by Mayor Thomas Bernard after winning first place in the individual costume category. See more photos from the parade here.  NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — There was a great turnout for the annual Children's Parade on Friday evening with almost all the participants incorporating this
@theMarket: The Market's Last Quarter
Today marks the end of the third quarter for stocks in 2018. But it is the fourth quarter that will determine what kind of year it will be. Let's place our bets.   First, we should look at what could go wrong over the next three months. Tariffs probably lead the list. More of them, (although the dollar amount is minimal in the
Markey Proposes Legislation to Restore Berkshire TV Lineups
U.S. Rep. Edward Markey said the Berkshire customers should get both stations. PITTSFIELD,  Mass. — Two flags decorated microphones at the podium in the City Hall chambers Friday morning.   One was Springfield-based WWLP Channel 22 and the other was Albany, N.Y.-based WNYT Channel 13.   One
Main Street Hospitality Taps Manager of Guest Experiences
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Morgan Russell has joined the Main Street Hospitality team as the manager of guest experiences across four Main Street Hospitality Group properties. Originally from Boston and then growing up in the Berkshires, Russell brings 10 years of luxury hospitality concierge experience to this new position. Prior to
Regional Workforce Development Plan Rolling Out
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Workforce development professionals are taking a deeper dive into building the region's health care, hospitality, and manufacturing industries.   It isn't that other sectors aren't important but that the Baker administration has tasked local officials to develop a blueprint for workforce
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North Adams Adopts Senior, Veteran Property Tax Programs
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The City Council on Tuesday authorized the establishment of two pilot programs that would allow veterans and seniors to work off part of their property tax bills.    The council adopted the provisions of state laws for programs in which those age 60 or older can receive abates of up to $1,500 and
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North Adams' Born Learning Trail Offers Creative Activities
Mayor Thomas Bernard, Aimee and Owen Poirier and Christa Collier cut the ribbon. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Four-year-old Owen Poirier skipped along the hopscotch court doing exactly what the city is hoping children will do: get engaged with the activities along the new Born Learning Trail. The trail that opened at Noel Field
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