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Steepleview Realty, Berkshire Elder Law Mark 25 Years
By Tammy Daniels, iBerkshires Staff
05:48PM / Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Attorney James Sisto speaks after receiving a proclamation on Berkshire Elder Law's 25th anniversary from Mayor Jennifer Macksey.  NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Two local businesses have celebrated their 25th anniversaries — and their founders' quarter-century of friendship.   Jennifer Segala of Steepleview Realty and attorney James Sisto of Berkshire Elder Law marked their anniversaries last week with an open house and music at the Berkshire Plaza on Main Street, where both have offices.    "Twenty-five years ago this nerdy attorney with a full head of hair walks into my office and says, 'I just opened a new practice we're going to be

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North Adams Council Revotes to Back Housing Authority Commissioner
By Tammy Daniels, iBerkshires Staff
05:09AM / Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Colin Todd says he had not heard the complaints brought forward at the March 29 meeting at which his appointment was rejected and did not know who some of the people were.  NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The City Council flipped its vote from last month to reappoint Colin Todd as a member of the North Adams Housing Authority.   The vote at Tuesday's special meeting was 7-1 for; three weeks ago it was 6-2 against.   The council had been swayed by stories from Housing Authority residents and others about poor conditions at the federal housing projects and a lack of communication from the commissioners at the March 28 meeting.    On Tuesday, Todd defended his

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McCann Raises More than $1,000 for AYJ Fund
By Jack Guerino, iBerkshires Staff
12:25PM / Tuesday, April 18, 2023
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The McCann school community raised $1,350 for the AYJ Fund through a "coin war."   The school's SkillsUSA officers, who organized the coin war, presented AYJ founders Kathy and Joe Arabia a large check made up of small change Thursday.   "That's what we find so amazing is that you are, number one, so successful, but really it's because of your commitment and want to do something for other families," Kathy Arabia said. "Because you're helping to make that difference for someone else. Things will be a little better for them and that is because you did what you did."   AYJ Fund was founded by the Arabias in

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SVHC Weekly Health Update: April 14
08:51AM / Tuesday, April 18, 2023

April 14, 2023

Could You Have Long COVID?

While you may be ready to be done with COVID, there's a chance that it isn't done with you. Discover what you need to know about long COVID and what lingering symptoms could

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Earth Day lessons for investors
Submitted by Edward Jones,
08:26AM / Tuesday, April 18, 2023
It's almost Earth Day, when people around the world focus on ways of protecting and preserving the environment. And the lessons from this occasion can be applied to other areas of life — such as investing.   Here are some themes to consider: Sustainability – From an environmental perspective, sustainability encompasses a range of issues, such as using natural resources wisely. As an investor, you, too, need to protect your resources. So, for example, to sustain a long-term investment strategy, you won't want to dip into your retirement accounts, such as your IRA and 401(k), to pay for major home or car repairs or other unexpected, costly bills before retirement.

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Local Vintage Shop Terra Moves to Eagle Street
By Sabrina Damms, iBerkshires Staff
12:33PM / Monday, April 17, 2023
DALTON, Mass. — Local vintage shop Terra has moved to a bigger location downtown in an attempt to expand and build a deeper connection with the community.    The thrift shop, now located at 11 Eagle St., opened during the pandemic two years ago on Ashland Street.    Owner Samantha White said her curated offerings of clothing, housewares and decor are vintage but for the modern style.    "So, we have the fun funky glassware but it's all very like in a sophisticated adult lifestyle but for those that still want a little sparkle of fun in their stuff," White said.    Shopping and collecting vintage is like a journey of self-discovery

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North Adams Public Schools Seeks Volunteers
10:07AM / Monday, April 17, 2023
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — North Adams Public Schools is establishing a roster of volunteers for a variety of opportunities in grades PK-12.   Volunteer opportunities will vary with regard to time commitment and age groups of students.   Opportunities can be tailored to meet all interests of all parties and will consist of both short-term and longer-term commitments.    Opportunities that are low commitment but high-impact arise all the time and are a great fit for those that are only available for only a few hours a year.   Volunteer opportunities may include helping students with projects, reading to classes, sharing experiences, sitting on panels, assisting with

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Rachiele Hits for Cycle to Lead MCLA Past Westfield State
06:37PM / Sunday, April 16, 2023
NORTH ADAMS, Mass.—Austin Rachiele went 4-for-4 hitting for the cycle in MCLA's 5-4 MASCAC victory over Westfield State this afternoon.    Taconic High graduate Rachiele (4-for-4, two RBIs) led off the bottom of the 1st with his 8th home run of the season to put MCLA (8-17, 2-8) up, 1-0, but Westfield State (10-15, 5-15) tied things up on a Nolan Florence sacrifice fly in the top of the second.   A Jayco Pena sacrifice fly in the bottom of the third drove in Rachiele, who had doubled and advance to third on a wild pitch. Later in the inning, Noel Media scored from second thanks to a Ty Mazzeo double to right to make it 3-1.   The Owls loaded the bases with no

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Mass MoCA Invitational Draws Hundreds of Student Artists
By Tammy Daniels, iBerkshires Staff
04:48PM / Sunday, April 16, 2023

Mount Greylock art teachers Karin Stack and Jane-Ellen DeSomma, left, are presented with the Phoebe Pepper Award by Mass MoCA Director of Programs Lisa Dent. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art hosted its biggest Teen Invitational event to date this weekend.    "We are constantly working on exhibitions, festivals, performances, all the different kinds of things, education programs, but at the end of the day, what is it that gives us so much excitement?" said museum Director Kristy Edmunds at Friday's reception. "This is the moment we meet this region's next generation of expressive, artistic true

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Abbott Memorial Raises Money for Veterans Food Pantry
By Jack Guerino, iBerkshires Staff
07:30AM / Sunday, April 16, 2023
FLORIDA, Mass. — The Gabriel Abbott Memorial School community raised $808.08 through its Penny Delay Day. Although ir caused a bit of work for teachers, the drive has helped support an important regional agency.   "The trick of getting them to bring more money in was we couldn't start teaching until we counted the change," Denise Chesbro, second-grade teacher and assistant principal said. "We made it educational with math games, but the kids loved it."    She said the fundraiser was schoolwide and took place on April 3 when students were asked to bring in pennies or other change. She said they actually raised around $750, but a teacher wanted to

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MCLA Hosts Earth Week Celebration
By Sabrina Damms, iBerkshires Staff
05:37PM / Saturday, April 15, 2023
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts held a series of events this week to educate students on living sustainably.    The goal of the events are to show students that healthy and sustainable living is possible and won't impede on their daily lives, said Lace Anderson, a student in the Green Living Seminar and one of the Earth Week events coordinators.   She added that people who buy products online are often not aware of the sustainable products that are accessible to them at local businesses just down the road.   "[Shopping at local businesses would] support the local community and single businesses and also improve your life, and

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Campaign Statement: Morrow Running for North Adams City Council
04:33PM / Saturday, April 15, 2023
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Deanna Morrow, a direct care support worker at the Brien Center's Keenan House North, and recent Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts graduate, announced on March 10 that she will run for a seat on the North Adams City Council.   Morrow has resided in North Adams since 2018.   Her priorities for City Council focus on increasing addiction resources, expanding affordable and accessible housing, and more development in public transportation. She is dedicated to making North Adams a welcoming community, especially for future generations.    In the last decade, she said, there's been a sharp increase in addiction without a corresponding

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