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East Coast Snocross races to return to North Adams — under local ownership
NORTH ADAMS - Kurt Gagne knows a thing or two about making snow.
Gagne, of Clarksburg, owns and operates Gagne Mechanical Corp., which works with a number of snow-making systems at ski resorts.
So when he learned a friend was looking to sell off his ownership of East Coast Snocross, a professional snowmobile racing circuit, he felt pretty comfortable stepping up.
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Clark puts up Winslow Homer's "West Point, Prout's Neck," in Super Bowl XLIX bet with Seattle Art Museum
WILLIAMSTOWN >> Tom Brady better be on top of his game Sunday — a Winslow Homer is riding on it. Full Story
(Gillian Jones - The Berkshire Eagle)
Wahconah girls basketball holds off Drury for win
Warriors build up a big lead, hang on at the end for 39-35 victory
DALTON >> There is still about a month to go in the high school basketball season, so Thursday night's game against Drury didn't register as a must-win for the Wahconah girls. Full Story
(Courtesy photo - Mark Collier, Norwich University)
College notes: Aliah Curry reaches 2,000-point mark at Norwich
Taconic grad Luscier earns ECAC rookie honors with Springfield track team; MCLA hoops sweeps Salem State
NORWICH, VT. >> Former Wahconah basketball player Aliah Curry has etched her names into the Norwich University basketball record books as the first women's basketball player to hit 2,000 points. Full Story
Pittsfield: Berkshire Community College to host annual Wellness Day
Pittsfield BCC to host annual Wellness Day event Berkshire Community College's Physical Therapist Assistant Club will hold its third annual Wellness Day, an event dedicated to the health and well-being of the local community, from 10 a. Full Story
Bats cause mayhem, send people screaming from Arkansas court
DE QUEEN, Ark. (AP) — There was disorder in the court when 30 bats flew inside an Arkansas courtroom during a trial. Full Story
DA: May be illegal for mayor to give 'Undercover Boss' money
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The district attorney says it may have been illegal for Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto to give money to city employees as part of his appearance on the CBS show "Undercover Boss. Full Story
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David Letterman wants Jay Leno to appear on show
Former “Tonight Show” host has been invited to appear with old rival before CBS host retires in May.