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Big Regular Season Finale Tuesday for BArT Basketball
ADAMS, Mass. -- The BArT Charter basketball team recently picked up a couple of wins by big margins heading into Tuesday’s home showdown against RVAL rival Pioneer Valley Independent Chinese Immersion Charter.   BArT (8-1) is in first place going into the regular season finale. If it wins on Tuesday, it likely will be seeded
'No Visible Bruises': Presentation on Domestic Abuse Slated Thursday
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Nine people have died from domestic violence in Bekshire County in the last three years.     Requests for restraining orders is 33 percent higher in Berkshire County than in the rest of the state.   "Those are indicators that we have a problem," says District Attorney
Veteran Spotlight: Cpl. Massaconi and Terror of Iwo Jima
Cheeso Massaconi entered the service in 1942. CHESHIRE, Mass. — Many people tend to overuse the word "amazing," however, in the case of this week's featured veteran, it is entirely appropriate.   [Charles] Narcheeso "Cheeso" Massaconi is a lifelong resident of Cheshire and served his
BArT Announces Second Quarter Honor Roll
ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter Public School has announced the students who made honor roll for the second quarter of the 2017-2018 school year.  Students who earned 80 percent or above in all of their classes received the distinction of "Honors." Students who earned 90 percent or above in all of
MCLA Men's, Women's Basketball Drop League Games
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. --Dimitri St. Louis scored 26 points Saturday to lead the Bridgewater State men's basketball team to a 78-67 win over MCLA as the Trailblazers suffered their first MASCAC loss of the season.   Marius Turner came off the bench to score 12 points, and Noah Yearsley scored 11 for MCLA.   The
North Adams Expects Minimal Interest in Airport Restaurant
The commission may have to reformulate an RFP for a restaurant at the airport terminal if it does not get enough bids. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The city does not expect much of a response for the airport terminal restaurant request for proposals.   Administrative Officer Michael Canales told the Airport
@theMarket: Coronavirus Correction
The death toll mounts. The number of cases worldwide builds. Every new update drives the stock market up or down. Where it will end is anyone's guess.   It is called a "geopolitical" event. We suffer through them from time to time. The assassination of Iran's key military leader followed by the Iranian rocket
Drury Celebrates Classmate's Appointment to Air Force Academy
Mayor Thomas Bernard addresses the gathering. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The entire Drury High School student body rose on Friday morning to give one of their own — Holly Boudreau — a standing ovation to celebrate her induction into the U.S. Air Force Academy.    "I just want to say a very
North Adams Schools to Review Dress Codes
The Policy Subcommittee had a rare turnout of the public on Thursday, prompted by the agenda item on dress codes. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — School officials are hoping to update dress code regulations in the city's schools and will be looking for participation from stakeholders.    The Policy
'Oscar & The Greatest Movie that Might Never get Made'
Mrs. O'Shaughnessy, my landlady lo these many years, knocked on my door. "Telephone downstairs for you, Mr. Goldberger. I think it's that same nasty man who called you last year at Oscar time. Oh, 'tis a bad business, I fear."    Mrs. O'Shaughnessy, who prided herself on only letting her rooms to
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