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WILLIAMSTOWN — A painting of two raw chicken breasts on a light blue cutting board hangs in the front room of Poker Flats, a pop-up gallery on…
Among other things revealed in a research study about racism in Williamstown was that the White Oaks neighborhood was once the main haven for residents of color, and locals referred to it as “N****r Hill” until the late 1800s.
Williams College announced that, effective Wednesday, everyone, including students, staff, faculty and guests, will have to mask up in all academic and administrative buildings.
With the fall semester rapidly approaching for local colleges, and the delta variant of COVID-19 spurring new concerns, officials are notifying students and staff of their updated mandates regarding vaccination requirements and availability of remote classes.
As the delta variant is on the march, public gatherings must be limited to the masked and, ideally, to the fully vaccinated.
With more than 14 inches of rainfall, July was the wettest month in Williamstown since records have been kept, which started in 1892.
WILLIAMSTOWN — Jay Pasachoff wants to go to space.
In the dark on an early spring morning, students walked into a college building. They wanted places to live and eat, and study, where they cou…
WILLIAMSTOWN — Images Cinema will veer from its usual programming to host a special event.