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WILLIAMSTOWN — On August 31, 11 Williams College students and five Hoosic River Watershed (HooRWA) board members reduced the grass that was threatening to overpower some of the trees and shrubs planted the year before by a similar motley crew … more
WINDSOR — This has been almost perfect bicycle weather so far this summer and cyclists are looking forward to the crisp days of fall for more. The Josh Billings RunAground celebrates the cooler weather for racing and I have engaged in … more
BOSTON — Sunday marked the 230th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, which is being celebrated today. Sadly, this is one of the many facts of which students in our public schools are largely unaware. It's long past time for … more
The child sexual abuse allegations that have rocked the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District in recent weeks are following an all-too-familiar pattern of similar scandals that have shaken other schools, churches and youth organizations.The claims … more
The Rones of Pittsfield — a retired rabbi and his wife — drove to Niagara Falls on a Monday six weeks ago and returned back to town five days later in an ambulance. They left fully functioning. They returned at precisely three-quarters … more
STOCKBRIDGE — In a quest to improve summer literacy skills, the Berkshire Museum played a little game entitled "Word of the Day." One word "deaccessioning," defined Berkshire County's summer vocabulary, triggered by the museum's announced mega … more
NORTH ADAMS — I have two preschool grandchildren and since they first started toddling, like most little kids, they have availed themselves of every opportunity to literally walk in somebody else's shoes — slippers, boots, flip flops, … more
STOCKBRIDGE — In a quest to improve summer literacy skills, the Berkshire Museum played a little game entitled "Word of the Day." One word "deaccessioning," defined Berkshire County's summer vocabulary, triggered by the mseum's announced mega … more
Remember when a tornado ripped through the Berkshires? It was mild, of course, but it still did extensive damage and cost multiple lives. We've had plane crashes and car crashes. We are not immune to hurricanes. We have experienced big time floods … more
PITTSFIELD — When Hillary Clinton was robbed of a chance to be the first woman to hold the most prestigious position in the world — and I use the term "robbed" intentionally, since I was taught as a child that the most votes … more
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