|Berkshire Beat: Simon's Rock Preparing for 'Everyone Swims' Program|
The Kilpatrick Athletic Center at Simon's Rock College of Bard will host the "Everyone Swims" initiative this spring to give students, faculty, staff, and community members of all ages the opportunity to develop and strengthen their skills in the water. During Everyone Swims, the college will host free
|Put Together a Professional Team to Help You Reach Your Goals|
As you work toward achieving your goals in life, you will need to make moves that contain financial, tax and legal elements, so you may want to get some help – from more than one source.
Specifically, you might want to put together a team comprised of your financial advisor, your CPA or other tax professional, and your attorney.
|MCLA Expands Pittsfield Presence With New Location|
Professor Deborah Foss said the college has support adult learners for a long time.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Michael Steben earned an associates degree from BCC and then built a career in information technology.
He worked his way up in the industry and he got offered a leadership position, heading the IT
|March 16-17 is Maple Weekend in Massachusetts|
Massachusetts maple producers will have lots of pure maple products on hand for visitors to sample and purchase during Maple Weekend, set for March 16-17.
To celebrate the state’s earliest and sweetest crop, more than 40 sugarhouses are highlighting this wonderful food. A list of participating sugarhouses are available on the
|Miss Hall's School Announces Head's List, Honor Roll|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Miss Hall's School has announced 48 local students among the 149 girls schoolwide named to the Head's List and Honor Roll for the first semester, which ended Jan. 22.
For Head's List recognition, students must have taken five major, full-credit courses and must maintain a minimum grade-point average of
|Region 1 Science Fair Encourages Student Research|
Keynote speaker Lisa Chamberlain poses with first-place winners Abigail Goyette and Suvin Sundararajan, both of Westfield High School.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Students from around the region displayed the results of some three dozen experiments Friday at the 13th annual Western Massachusetts Region 1 High School
|Mount Greylock Audience Urged to Have 'Courage' to Fight Racism|
A student asks a question at Jackson's March 6 presentation.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — When author and educator Ty Allen Jackson asked the audience at a talk on racism how many of them believed Colin Kaepernick was disrespecting the flag by kneeling during the national anthem, not a single hand in the Mount Greylock Regional
|Workforce Board Initiative Looks To Connect Jobs With Job Seekers|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The most recent data shows that there are 1,143 jobs available in Berkshire County ranging from sales to health care to engineering to maintenance.
And yet, there are thousands of people unemployed. Shortly after state Sen. Adam Hinds was elected he asked MassHire Berkshire Workforce Board Executive
|@theMarket: Pick Your Poison|
Investors were greeted on Friday with two nasty surprises. Both occurred in February. Chinese exports dropped by 20.7 percent, while in the U.S., the nation added a dismal 20,000 jobs. As you might expect, the stock market did not take the news well.
What really spooked traders was how far apart these numbers were to
|WAM's Production of 'ANN' Heads for Dallas, D.C.|
Atkinson returns in the role of Texas Gov. Ann Richards.
LENOX, Mass. — WAM Theatre's fall 2018 production of "ANN" by Holland Taylor was a record-breaking success. Now it's moving to the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., and Dallas Theater Center for a new co-production of the Jayne Atkinson-starring
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