|Rep. Farley-Bouvier named 2018 Provider's Council Legislator of the Year|
PITTSFIELD, Mass.— State Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier was named 2018 Provider's Council Legislator of the Year and awarded the Caring Bear presented by The Caring Force at their seventh annual State House Rally and Lobby Day on Tuesday, April 10. The award is annually given to legislative champions for their commitment to the human
|The Independent Investor: The Facebook Fallacy|
After a grueling two-day inquisition before both houses of Congress, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has left the building. The question is how much did anyone really learn about the privacy issues of this social media behemoth?
As most readers are aware, the present controversy erupted when it was revealed that a
|Strategies for Your Investment 'Garden'|
If you're a gardener, your busy season is at hand, as April has been designated National Garden Month. But could the skills you deploy at gardening be transferred to other areas of your life – such as investing?
Here are a few ideas for doing just that:
* Establish a timeline. As a gardener, you typically follow a
|Pittsfield's Carnevale To Lead Governor's W. Mass Office|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — MEMA's Regional Manager Patrick Carnevale will lead the governor's Western Massachusetts office.
Gov. Charlie Baker appointed Carnevale to run the Springfield office and be a liaison between the communities in Western Massachusetts and the executive
|Challenger Amatul-Wadud Dismisses Neal's Seniority Argument|
A crowd of about 50 or so attended the Indivisible Pittsfield meeting at the Berkshire Athenaeum on Monday evening.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Tahirah Amatul-Wadud doesn't put too much stock in U.S. Rep. Richard Neal's seniority.
The talk around the sitting congressman is that if the House of
|Lee Community Tennis Hosts Spring Break Youth Tournament|
LEE, Mass. -- The Lee Community Tennis Association will host a youth tennis tournament April 19 and 20 at the Lee Middle and High School courts.
Open to all players ages 10-18, the Spring Break Tournament will use a “team tennis” format which has co-ed teams compete in singles and doubles
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|Biz Briefs: Berkshire Bank Pays Veteran's Mortgage for One Year|
Keith Cosimini of West Springfield, Mass., was the winner of the Berkshire Bank Exciting Rewind Mortgage Giveaway for veterans. Cosimini spent much of his career as an Army specialist. As the winner, he will be awarded $12,000 to pay his mortgage for the year. The giveaway was extended to active military members and eligible
|Berkshires Beat: Berkshire OLLI Set to Kick Off Spring Semester|
OLLI, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Berkshire Community College, offers almost two dozen varied courses this spring throughout the Berkshires. With no tests, no grades, and no prerequisites, OLLI classes are designed for those who enjoy learning, meeting interesting new people and exploring the Berkshire and
|Court Ruling Paves Way For Berkshire Museum Art Sale|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Museum can proceed with its planned sale of some 40 pieces of art after a Supreme Judicial Court ruling Thursday.
The ruling affirms the agreement the museum had reached with Attorney General Maura Healey in February which includes allowing the museum to sell Norman Rockwell's
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