|@theMarket: Fly Me To The Moon|
Good news is good news but bad news is even better news for the stock markets. If you doubt that, just look at recent events and how investors have reacted.
"I don't get it," said a reader on Friday morning. He was sure that the markets would crater on the back of a disappointing Gross Domestic Product number for America's first
|Ribbon Cutting Will Mark Pittsfield Common Completion|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Richard Sullivan, the secretary of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, will join Mayor Daniel Bianchi at the First Street Common on Wednesday, May 2, at 11 a.m. for ribbon cutting ceremony.
The event is to highlight the recent improvements to the downtown park. Other state and city officials are
|Superior Court Briefs: April 24 - April 25|
Cases heard before Judge Daniel Ford on Tuesday, April 24.
Shane Whalen, 32, of Pittsfield pleaded guilty to six counts of distribution of cocaine, six counts of drug violation in a school zone, four counts of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, and two counts of conspiracy to violate drug laws.
Whalen was given concurrent two
|The Independent Investor: Not In My Back Yard|
Part II in a look at the boom in natural gas; Part I can be found here.
The oil and gas boom in this country has had some serious side effects. Everything from earthquakes to polluted water has been blamed on the industry. Residents near the areas of hydraulic drilling and exploration are fighting back using the Environmental Protection
|Pittsfield Career Fair Sees Increase In Employers|
The career fair had a "different feel" this year with a wide range of opportunities.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Chamber of Commerce's annual career fair saw an increase in both employers and prospective employees on Thursday bringing the event back to what it
|Defense Contract To Benefit Pittsfield Workers|
The missile was once considered the most important part of the country's nuclear arsenal.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The U.S. Department of Defense awarded a $237 million contract to a Cambridge company, who will perform 42 percent of the work in the city.
Charles Stark Draper
|From the Corner Office: Conversation with Mayor Bianchi|
Another installment in a semi-regular series of ongoing discussions with Pittsfield's mayor on the pertinent issues of the day.
Question: On the renewed discussion of a charter review commission: If you could describe that process, and how you're going to initiate that process?
|Girls Inc. Celebration Evening Honoring Grant of MCLA|
HANCOCK, Mass. — Girls Inc. of the Berkshires will present the 2012 "She Knows Where She Is Going" award to Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts President Mary K. Grant at its annual Celebration Evening on Thursday, May 3, at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort.
Girls Inc. of the Berkshires is the core program of the Gladys Allen
|Kennedy Headlines BCC Commencement|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Victoria Kennedy, attorney, advocate and the wife of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, will be the keynote speaker at Berkshire Community College’s 52nd Commencement Exercises.
Kennedy practiced law in the private sector for nearly two decades, with emphasis on federal and state regulation of domestic
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