|Scattergood, Moczulski Lead MCLA Volleyball to Win in Opener|
SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. -- The duo of Reagan Scattergood and Kelly Moczulski notched 14 kills apiece as they led the MCLA volleyball team to a hard fought 3-1 victory in the season opener Wednesday at Mount Holyoke.
Scattergood collected a career best 14 kills on 29 attacks. Moczulski was just as efficient collecting her 14 kills on
|Conant Seeks Efficient City Services for Pittsfield's Ward 4|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — James Conant admires Ward 4 for being a traditional Pittsfield neighborhood and wants to see it looking its best with infrastructure improvements such as re-paved roads and sidewalks.
Conant is running for Ward 4 city councilor with an emphasis on ensuring adequate city services in the area and
|Letter: Biodegradable Straws Good for Environment|
To the Editor:
Plastic straws have been shown to injure wildlife — particularly turtles and seals — and the environment in general.
If people stopped using straws in North Adams alone for a year — at a rate of 1.6 straws a day per person, on average in the U.S., and with a census of 13,657 people in 2013 — that
|State Vaccine Mandate Extended to Home Care and Hospice Workers|
BOSTON — The Baker-Polito administration has set a deadline of Oct. 31 for staff to be vaccinated at rest homes, assisted living residences and hospice programs, as well as for home care workers providing in-home, direct care services.
The plan to expand the vaccine requirement for caregivers is subject to Public Health
|CHP's 'Big Orange Bus' to Provide Vaccines at BCC |
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College (BCC) welcomes Community Health Programs (CHP) to campus on Tuesday, Sept. 7 from 10 am to 2 pm for a visit from CHP's "Big Orange Bus."
The mobile health unit that will administer the first dose of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, as well as the
| MCLA Welcomes Three New Vice Presidents |
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. —This academic year, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts welcomed three new vice presidents to its executive team: Joseph DaSilva, Vice President of Administration and Finance; Richard Glejzer, Vice President of Academic Affairs; and Jeannette Richards, Vice President of Student Affairs.
|Marie T. Harpin Resigns From North Adams City Council|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A second city councilor has resigned this month, making four resignations total from the council elected in 2019.
Two-term Councilor Marie T. Harpin submitted a letter of resignation to the city clerk on Tuesday morning.
Her departure follows that of Jason LaForest, who
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