|NARH, Service Union Sign 3-Year Contract|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — 1199SEIU members and North Adams Regional Hospital have ratified a three-year contract agreement.
The Northern Berkshire Healthcare Board of Trustees ratified the agreement unanimously on Thursday, April 25, two weeks after members of the SEIU voted to approve the contract.
"We all feel proud of the
|MCLA Rugby Club Loses to Westfield State, 22-19|
J.J. Kolis runs the ball down the field against Westfield State University during the 22-19 loss.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts rugby club loss to Westfield State University, 22-19, on Saturday afternoon.
Although this was the first loss of the
|North Adams Voters Have Double Election Tuesday|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — City voters will have to double-down when they go the polls next Tuesday.
North Adams will be casting ballots for both Senate primary candidates and on the authorization to borrow money for a new school project on April 30. That means two distinct elections will be held at the same time, said City Clerk Marilyn
|Server Training Scheduled for Local Liquor Establishments|
ADAMS, Mass. — Amalio Jusino, a certified TIPS trainer, will instruct sessions for establishments that serve liquor for on-premise consumption (restaurants, bars, and clubs).
Cost of the training session will be shared between attendees and the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition's nb21 program (not before 21, not in
|North Adams City Council Votes Resolution for Conte |
Councilor David Bond said he hadn't heard a more viable project than renovating the former Conte Middle School.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A majority of the City Council put its support behind the Conte School project just one week before a ballot vote deciding the building's
|Williamstown Chamber Hosts Talk With Community Leaders|
Adam Falk, left, Timothy Jones and Thomas Leavitt share a laugh at the Williamstown Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Tuesday.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Three leaders of Northern Berkshire tentpoles — education, health care and finance — participated in a wide-ranging discussion about
|Adams Community Bank Promotes 3 Employees, Adds A Hire|
ADAMS, Mass. — Adams Community Bank promoted three of its employees — Amy Giroux, Doreen Descoteau and Janice Adams. Additionally, Donna Halton was hired as senior vice president of commercial lending.
"I am happy to announce the promotion of these three individuals who are all strong contributors to the success of our
|Berkshire County's School Readiness Fair Slated for April 27|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire County's first annual School Readiness Fair, which is aimed to inform families with children 5 years old or younger, will take place on Saturday, April 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Berkshire Mall.
"Parents everywhere take part in 'back-to-school' activities with their school-aged
|Anti-GMO Advocates Stage Pittsfield Rally|
A few dozen residents were protesting the increase of genetically modified food, which does not have be labeled as such in most of the U.S.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A few dozen residents ringed Park Square throughout Monday afternoon to voice dissent about the increasing prevalence of GMOs,
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