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News and events in South Berkshire, Mass.

'1917': Mistaken Destiny
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
04:32PM / Thursday, January 16, 2020
Anyone with half a brain knows that there's no such thing as a war movie … that there are only antiwar movies, of which director-writer Sam Mendes' "1917" is an iconic example. They also know that this harrowing, R-deserving delve into the bowels of humankind destroying each other with whatever new, technological device available to them, is a symptom of a species not yet civilized.   So of course, exiting the theater after receiving this booster shot of a reminder that thou shalt not kill, a cynically overwhelming shadow took center stage of my thoughts. Doubtless, all through this country, in hollows from hinterland to urban ghetto, and all through the

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Local Architect Appointed As Massachusetts Licensing Adviser to National Council
03:37PM / Thursday, January 16, 2020

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Kerry Bartini, the principal architect at Berkshire Design, was appointed to be the American Institute of Architects' Massachusetts licensing adviser to the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards on Jan. 10.

In her new role, Bartini, who has been a licensing adviser since 2016, will continue to work directly with architectural licensing candidates, but will have more direct contact with AIA branches, firms and schools across the commonwealth, as well as the licensing board. Licensing advisers work with NCARB and are part of a community that helps foster licensing and certification.

"The path to licensure can sometimes be daunting,

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BHS, Williams College Collaborate on Retail Pharmacy on Spring Street
03:30PM / Thursday, January 16, 2020

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems and Williams College have announced the development of a new retail pharmacy in Williamstown, expanding access to prescriptions, over-the-counter medications and many other products, in close proximity to the Williams campus.

The new pharmacy, to be called the Williamstown Apothecary, will be located at 72 Spring St. in Williamstown, a property owned by the college.

The Williamstown Apothecary is scheduled to open in early spring, following the completion of renovations to the property being undertaken by Berkshire Health Systems and municipal permitting.

"Williams has been excited to work with BHS to bring pharmacy and related

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Holiday Hours: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
01:02PM / Thursday, January 16, 2020

The Rev. King waves to the hundreds of thousands gathered on the Washington Mall in 1963 when he gave the 'I Have a Dream' speech.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is being celebrated Monday, Jan. 20. It is a federal holiday to commemorate the birthday of the civil rights activist born Jan. 15, 1929. It is observed on the third Monday in January.

King, a Baptist minister, led the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s by espousing nonviolent protest. His best-known address, the "I Have a Dream" speech, was given in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., to a crowd of 250,000 who participated in the March on Washington. The 1964 Nobel Prize winner was

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New Partner Named at Donovan O'Connor & Dodig
12:41PM / Thursday, January 16, 2020

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Donovan O'Connor & Dodig has announced that attorney Marnie A. Clough has become a partner in the firm.

Clough joined the firm in 2011 after practicing in the Boston area for several years.    

A native of Adams, Clough received a bachelor of arts degree, cum laude, with a double major in psychology and criminal justice from SUNY Albany in 2004 and juris doctorate degree from Suffolk University Law School in 2009. Clough has been recognized for six years running by SuperLawyers as a "rising star" in the area of Social Security disability.

In 2019 she was recognized as one of the area’s outstanding young professionals when

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Snow on the Way; Preview for Southern Vermont on Wednesday
Staff Reports,
07:41PM / Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Very slight chance for delays Thursday for Northern Berkshire towns, especially those in higher elevations. Bigger storm this weekend will start Saturday. https://t.co/i1mn9OQbNE

— Greylock Snow Day (@GreylockSnowDa1) January 16, 2020 The weather's been relatively mild since that short time in the deep freeze a couple weeks ago. That looks to end this weekend as a major storm system leaves a mess across the nation and shifts into New England and temperature begin to dip.    But before we get to Friday night we have to get through Wednesday. A storm moving to the north should miss most of the South Berkshire on Wednesday night but with a winter weather advisory posted

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Construction Begins on Great Barrington Affordable Housing Project
04:16PM / Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Site work has started at 100 Bridge St. with the anticipation of the first apartments opening in 2021. GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — A 45-unit affordable housing project on the old New England Log Homes site is moving forward now that financing is in place for the $17.2 million project.   The state's Department of Housing and Community Development has awarded approximately $15.4 million in funding to Community Development Corp. of South Berkshire for Bentley Apartments at 100 Bridge St. These funds will provide the final financing for the affordable apartments while simultaneously remediating the entire eight-acre site along the Housatonic River. Construction is expected to

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Business Owners: Plan for Next Phase of Life
Submitted by Edward Jones,
03:49PM / Tuesday, January 14, 2020

As a business owner, you're always thinking of what you need to do now. But you can't forget about the future – yours and that of your business. So it may be a good idea to consider your personal retirement plan and business succession strategy.

Let's start by looking at a few retirement plan possibilities:

* Solo 401(k): This plan, which is also known as an Owner-only 401(k), is available to self-employed individuals and business owners with no full-time employees other than themselves or a spouse. A Solo 401(k) offers many of the same advantages of a traditional 401(k): a range of investment options, tax-deductible contributions and the opportunity for tax-deferred

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North Adams OKs Restaurant at Greylock Works
By Tammy Daniels, iBerkshires Staff
03:56AM / Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Chef Brian Alberg, left, and Greylock Works owner Sal Perry explain the concept behind the Break Room, a restaurant planned for the former mill on State Road.  NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Greylock Works is expanding yet again, this time with a restaurant under acclaimed chef Brian Alberg.    The Planning Board on Monday night approved the addition of the restaurant, The Break Room, to the renovated mill space on State Road. Greylock Works — the former Cariddi Mill — is in the midst of a nearly decade-long renovation that has included the refurbishment of the Weave Shed into an event space, the development of co-working spaces and the installment of two

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Youth Soccer Officials Course Offered
Community submission,
03:42PM / Monday, January 13, 2020
LENOX, Mass. -- The Massachusetts State Referee Committee will offer a new soccer referee course in our area for anyone interested in becoming a USSF Soccer Official.   The Berkshire County Youth Soccer League will provide a stipend toward the new offical's kit of $50, once a new official completes 10 games in a calendar year. The referee is responsible for submitting their game count.    The course will be offered Sunday, Jan.  19, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hampton Inn, 445 Pittsfield Road, Lenox.   To register, go to https://www.massref.net/Central/courseofferings.cfm, click on the class for Lenox.   Pre-payment of $115 made out to MSRC is required to

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Four Freedoms March Again Draws Large Crowd to Pittsfield
By Jeff Snoonian, Special to iBerkshires
12:47AM / Monday, January 13, 2020

U.S. Sen. Edward Markey was the keynote speaker at Sunday's Four Freedoms Coalition rally. He attended a fundraiser for state Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier's campaign prior to the march.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Hundreds of people marched Sunday afternoon under a brilliant sky from City Hall to the Colonial Theatre, chanting "No hate, no fear, everyone is welcome here!"   The Four Freedoms March was held to acknowledge the four freedoms that were outlined by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in a State of the Union address nearly 80 years ago.   He described them as freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. The Four

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New Owners Take Over Williamstown's Nature's Closet
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
06:26AM / Sunday, January 12, 2020

Amy Jeschawitz, left, and Beth McLean purchased Nature's Closet on Spring Street on Jan. 2. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — From boots to berries and from sweaters to smoothies, Nature's Closet has been a fixture on Spring Street for 10 years.   It started this year under new — but very familiar — management.   Longtime store manager Beth McLean and friend Amy Jeschawitz bought the combination outdoor store/smoothie shop on Jan. 2 from founder Steve Hinchcliffe.   In between greeting the familiar faces of longtime customers and chasing after a rambunctious puppy who has taken up residence in one of the store's front windows, McLean last week

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