|Year-end: Put This Year's Investment Performance in Perspective|
How can you assess your investment portfolio's performance in 2018? The year was full of wild swings in the financial markets, so your own results may well have bounced around quite a bit, too. But you can still get a clear picture of how you did if you keep your investments' returns in the proper perspective – by making sure your
|Wintry Mix Bids 2018 Farewell; Wind Welcomes 2019|
It looks like 2019 is coming in like a lion.
OK, not a huge, roaring lion. More like a baby lion, only not as cute. Unless you think ringing in the new year with a wintry mix of snow, sleet and ice is cute. To each their own.
The National Weather Services has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the region from 5 p.m. Monday,
|Nonprofit Center Names New Board Director|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires has elected Erika Allison of 1Berkshire to its board of directors.
Allison is an engineer, educator and entrepreneur. A recent transplant to the Berkshires, she is currently director of Member Services at 1Berkshire. Previously she was founding director of a STEM
|Berkshires Impacted By Sporadic 911 Outage|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The 911 system has been sporadically out of commission statewide on Friday and affecting most of Berkshire County.
The Massachusetts State Police released a statement shortly before 7 a.m. encouraging residents to call their local public safety departments directly instead of using the emergency
|Lee Police Chief Named First Fourth Berkshire Unsung Hero|
LEE, Mass. — Chief Jeffrey Roosa of the Lee Police Department was named the first recipient of the Fourth Berkshire Unsung Hero Award.
The award was launched by state Rep. Smitty Pignatelli in December 2018. It aims to recognize people, groups, and organizations who have positively contributed to the Berkshire
|Financial Tips for Snowbirds ... Present and Future|
Winter is here again – which may make you wish you were somewhere else. You might be thinking how pleasant it would be to become a snowbird and move to a warmer climate for the season. Of course, your stage of life will help determine if you are prepared to be a snowbird now or if you’re just hoping to be one in the future. But in
|Watercooler: Allium to Close After 12 Years in Great Barrington|
After nearly 12 years in the Berkshires, Allium Restaurant + Bar will be closing its doors on Jan. 1. Since May of 2007, Allium has presented casual-fine food in downtown Great Barrington. The management team recognizes the popular gathering place Allium has become and wanted to give as much notice as possible. Working
|Greylock Federal Hires New Controller|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union has announced the hiring of Aman Kaushal as an assistant vice president and controller. Kaushal joins the finance group at 150 West Street in Pittsfield.
"Aman brings a great depth of knowledge and expertise in corporate accounting," said Greylock Senior Vice President/SFO
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