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ADAMS — I went to my first official caregiver support meeting one Tuesday night back in August at the Adams Council on Aging in the Adams Visitors' Center. The meeting is held monthly and I got … more
PITTSFIELD — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts presidents have either served the institution for less than five years or a decade and above, with its 10th president, Catherine Tisinger, … more
DALTON — Living among the scenic Berkshire hills, one can easily become jaded by their pastoral beauty. After a long, farmers' market summer season, we decided it was time for a change of … more
SPRINGFIELD — The Women's Fund of Western Massachusetts has just released our report Status of Women and Girls in Western Massachusetts 2019. Our chief reasons to undertake this research were … more
PITTSFIELD — At the Brien Center, we are driven by the knowledge that treatment works, and that people can and do recover from mental illness and addiction. Frequently, they occur together, … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Mabel Choate (1870-1958) was born to a distinguished family of bright women and accomplished men. Her mother, Caroline Sterling Choate, advocated for the higher education of … more
DALTON — Lashing out against a society he despised, Alceste, the protagonist of Moliere's farce, "The Misanthrope," used honesty as a blunt weapon. As a result, he felt the scorn of those he … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — It takes a special kind of person. Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old Swedish girl, sailed to New York in late August to address the United Nations Climate Action Summit, Sept. 23. "I … more
NORTH ADAMS — Kids are like sponges; they have an incredible capacity to absorb what's around them — for better and worse. While many boys with battered mothers do their best to try to … more
When I was 8 years old, my mom and dad were zipping down a country road in their shiny new Buick when the right front tire blew. The car veered off the pavement and landed upside down at the bottom of an embankment. They were hospitalized for weeks. I was traumatized for life. more

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