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Here We Go Again: March Warns Winter's Not Over Yet
Snowfall forecast has been reduced for Berkshire County for Sunday's storm. Now it's 4 to 8 inches through Monday morning, with temperatures in the single digits Monday night. Update from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency:    "Winter Storm Watches are posted for all areas in Mass. Snow is
BCC Announces Adjunct Faculty Fellow, Several Other New Hires
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College has hired a new director of Safety and Security and a new building maintenance supervisor II. It has also announced it has a new adjunct faculty fellow and interim dean of Business, Science, Mathematics and Technology. Ellis Richardson has been hired as the new Director of Safety and
Police Investigating Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash in Sheffield
SHEFFIELD, Mass. — A Mount Everett Regional School graduate died as a result of injuries sustained in a single-car motor vehicle crash late Thursday night.   According to a release from the Berkshire district attorney's office, Jesus A. Santos, 19, of Lakeville, Conn., lost control of the motor vehicle he was driving on
Biz Briefs: Tunnel City Coffee Hosts Art Show
Coffee shop art Tunnel City Coffee in Mass MoCA hosts artists Sarah Sutro and Dorothea Osborn for a winter show of ink drawings and large scale paintings through March. Sutro's black and white drawings express spirituality, humor, ideas and nature with ink patterns created with handmade and Japanese ink pens. Osborn's work reflects
Norman Rockwell Museum Presents 'The Art and Wit of Rube Goldberg'
Rube Goldberg (1883-1970), The Boot, left, c. 1948. Ink, charcoal, gouache on paper, 21" x 14 ½" and Style Note from Russia, right, c. 1948. Ink, pencil, gouache on paper, 20 1/4" x 15". Norman Rockwell Museum Collections, gift of Magdalen and Robert Livesey. STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — The Norman Rockwell
March is Red Cross Month
March is Red Cross Month, and the Massachusetts Region asks people to be a hero for families in the Commonwealth by becoming a volunteer, learning lifesaving skills, giving blood or donating to #help1family on Red Cross Giving Day, March 27. "During Red Cross Month, we are proud to recognize our volunteers who make up more than 90
Massachusetts Holding $3.4 Billion in Unclaimed Property
BOSTON — More names have been added to the state's list of unclaimed property owners. More than 45,000 new properties worth millions of dollars are owed to individuals and businesses throughout the commonwealth.   "We currently hold over $3.4 billion in unclaimed property at Treasury and it could be yours," said
The Independent Investor: Veterans on Receiving End of Trump Administration
In the 2019 fiscal budget, the Department of Veterans Affairs received more than $200 billion in spending. That's a 6 percent increase over last year and counts as the largest amount ever received by the VA. The money will go a long way in implementing an array of much-needed reforms.   There will be $400 million earmarked for
'Fighting with My Family': Truth in Wrestling
Watching director Stephen Merchant's "Fighting with My Family," about a tight-knit family of professional wrestlers whose two youngest members have aspirations of making the big time, I, of course, had to think of my father.    Daniel Goldberger, a trucking company owner who submerged into the Polish underground
Pignatelli Files Bill on Changing Chapter 90 Formula
BOSTON — State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli has filed a bill that would update the funding formula for the state's Chapter 90 program by shifting the percentages toward road mileage.   H.D.3714, An Act promoting equitable distribution of Chapter 90 funds, introduces a new formula through which cities and
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