|Northern Berkshire Phenoms Wrap Up Successful Spring|
The Northern Berkshire Phenoms put the bow on their third season over the Father's Day weekend.
The 17-and-under team finished second in the varsity division at the inaugural Summer Heat Check Invitational tournament hosted by the Boys and Girls Club of Pittsfield. The 14-and-under team kept busy too, winning the 8th-grade
|Cages Baseball Club Splits with Averill Park|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Eric Leitch went 2-for-3 with a triple and an RBI to lead the Cages Baseball Club Under-22 team to a 7-4 win over Averill Park in the first half of a double-header on Saturday.
Averill Park came back to win Game 2, 6-5.
In the opener, Dominic DeFelice had a pair of hits, drove in three runs
|@theMarket: It's Still a Coin Toss|
Despite all the algorithmic programs, high-powered computers, enormous capital and worldwide connections, what happens in the investment world sometimes comes down to a coin toss. The British vote next Thursday to stay or exit the European Community is shaping up to be one of those binary events.
Have you noticed that there are more and
|Dance Troupe's Residency Deepens Ties With Berkshire Community|
Thasia Giles of Jacob's Pillow said the organization has been growing its partnerships with the rest of the community.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — An internationally acclaimed dance company is not only performing in the Berkshires, but also teaching and sharing its skills with the city's teens.
|Superior Court Briefs: June 14 - June 16|
Cases heard before Judge Maureen Hogan on Tuesday, June 14.
Michael Bell, 44, of Watervliet, N.Y. had a not guilty plea entered on his behalf on a single counts of assault and battery on a disabled person.
He was released on personal recognizance. Bell is accused of assaulting a student while working at Eagleton
|Lee Bank Names New Assistant VP, Private Banking and Trust Services|
LEE, Mass. — Marianne Fresia has been named to the position of assistant vice president, private banking and trust services, at Lee Bank.
In her new position, Fresia will focus on attracting, growing and retaining Lee Bank’s trust clients and will serve as liaison to October Mountain Financial Advisors’ team for
|'Maggie's Plan': Has a Comic Twist|
Because it is very New York, sophisticated, intelligent, witty, provocative and well written, I think Woody Allen would like director Rebecca Miller's "Maggie's Plan," just in case he's reading.
It is of course about love among the scholarly and introspective, the whys and wherefores therein, with a smart meditation
|The Independent Investor: The Brexit Primer|
At this time next week the results of a United Kingdom referendum on whether or not to leave the European Union will be announced to the world.
The polls are too close to call and the odds are changing every day. For the past several days equity markets worldwide have been selling off in fear that the Brits will vote yes to a Brexit. Why
|Find an Abundance of Concerts Across the Region|
Concert venues in the Berkshires and southern Vermont will provide a dizzying mélange of classical programs across the full musical spectrum this summer. From early music to avant-garde, from Bach to Beethoven, and light years ahead to the Bang On A Can Festival at Mass MoCA, there’s music in practically every style to stimulate
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