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Motor Vehicle Crash Closes Route 7 For Two Hours
A motor vehicle accident led Police to close a section of Route 7 for nearly two hours Monday morning.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Owner of Waubeeka Golf Links says he has verbal agreement to sell course
Current owner James Goff said he has a verbal agreement with a potential buyer for the 18-hole golf course for sale on Route 7 in Williamstown.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Looks like it's time for maple sugar harvest season in Berkshires
With their lines cleaned and hooked up to thousands of tapped maple trees, Berkshire County maple producers are poised for the harvest -- which is set to begin.
Williamstown Music Festival Moves to Former...
The Devil in the Delta will be one of the headliners when Billstock IV, Williamstown's music festival, takes over the sanctuary of the former Methodist Church on Main Street on Friday and Saturday, March 7 and 8. In fact, don't even look for the regional overtones implied by the other half of the group's name.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Williamstown receives two bids for affordable...
The town has received two responses to its request for proposals to develop a pair of brown field sites for the purposes of affordable housing.
Lanesborough School Exploring Superintendency...
The school district may not be withdrawing from Superintendency Union 71 right now, but it will investigate other options.
Waubeeka May Have Buyer Waiting in the...
There may be good news for one of North County's public golf courses, and a bogie for another.
Books Come Alive at Williams College
Local students 'read' a human book at the 3rd annual Human Library at Williams College that continues Saturday from 1 to 4 at the Paresky Center.
Lincoln Magna Carta goes on US tour
On tour: Lincoln's copy of the Magna Carta will be on show at three large exhibitions in America this year.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Our Opinion: MoCA's final stage
The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, which began with high hopes and, in some quarters skepticism, marks its 15th anniversary this year.
Williamstown: Auction and cabaret to benefit Historical Museum
A silent auction and performances by area singers and musicians are highlights of "March in the Valley," a fundraising event for the Williamstown Historical Museum.
With theater unusable, Mount Greylock staging "Guys and Dolls" at Williams
With their auditorium currently decommissioned for theater, Mount Greylock Regional School students are embracing the chance to strut their stuff in a professional venue.
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Morning Briefing -- Thursday
There will be more than $20,000 in prize money. The competition is open to all snowboarders and is designed for amateurs, juniors, pros and snowboarding's legends to compete in the same arena.
Berkshire Beat: Barn-raisin' good time at Cricket Creek
It had been a particularly long week of classes and social/work obligations. I thought about crawling into my bed and calling it an early night, a rarity for me, when my cell rang.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Are We There Yet?: Spring ahead ......
My aunt who lives in Maine posted the following on Facebook on the 41st birthday of her middle child this past Tuesday, March 4: "When my daughter Debbie was born in Holyoke, MA, in 1973, it was a beautiful spring day with temps in the 70s.
Small farms begin to grow in all seasons
In March, Berkshire farms supply co-ops and markets with eggs, honey and more. Cricket Creek Farm in Williamstown sells cheese from its dairy and goods from nearby farms at its year-round farm shop.
Williams College Hosts 150-mile Breakfast
Williams College hosted a 150-mile sustainable food breakfast in its Mission Park dining hall in late February, reports the Williams Record campus paper.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Wintergreen folk trio's music endures
Over the low thrum of the bass, the shimmer of the dulcimer and the rhythm of strumming guitar, voices sing softly in three-part harmony.
Equations Are Art Inside a Mathematician's Brain
Euler's Identity, which relates the three fundamental constants e , pi and i , was rated the most beautiful of a set of 60 equations by mathematicians.
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Gauguin's Prints Are Sexy, Too
French painter Paul Gauguin quit his stockbroker's job and left his wife and five children to move to the South Pacific island of Tahiti.