|Classical 'High Season' Approaches Its Zenith|
Boston Pops Laureate Conductor John Williams returns for the popular Tanglewood on Parade on Aug. 1.
During late July, the classical music festival "high season," anchored by concerts and special events at Tanglewood, approaches its zenith, with sure-fire programming. Offerings this week include great chamber music
|Financial Moves for 'Empty Nesters'|
When your children leave home and you become an "empty nester," you'll probably make several adjustments in your lifestyle. But how will your empty nest status affect your financial situation?
Everyone's story is different, involving a range of variables. But here are a few issues to consider:
* Insurance: If your
|State Broadband Initiative Provides Update on Last Mile Plans|
The map of underserved towns is slowly filling in, but there is a long way to go before the high-speed services are live in all towns.
LEE, Mass. — The Massachusetts Broadband Initiative relaunched its push last April for connecting the last mile of broadband service.
Over the past year, the organization
|Hall, Traversa Double in Winning Rally for Post 68 Juniors|
FRANKLIN, Mass. -- Joe Woronick reached on a squeeze bunt that drove in a run in a five-run rally that lifted the Post 68 Juniors to a 5-3 win over Barnstable in the American Legion Baseball State Championships on Tuesday.
The Post 68 Juniors advanced to Wednesday’s semi-finals, where they will face the winner of
|Boston Nonprofit Sets Crosshairs on Farley-Bouvier In Mailer|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A Boston-based advocacy group has taken aim at state Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier.
Residents throughout the city received a mailing recently calling on residents to call the Pittsfield Democrat and have her switch positions on a recent vote to increase stipends for lawmakers in leadership. It was sent out
|National Grid Plans New Transmission Line Through Seven Towns|
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — National Grid is looking to run another power line, mostly along the existing rights of way where lines exist already, through seven local towns.
Peter Kavanaugh, from National Grid, said the plan is to run a 600-megawatt line through Nassau and Stephentown, N.Y., cross the border into Hancock,
|No Preliminary Needed In Pittsfield Elections|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — There won't be a need for a preliminary election.
The last day to file nomination papers for signature certification was Monday and not enough candidates have been nominated to require a preliminary election. However, there will be races for nearly every ward and for the at-large seats on the City
|Berkshire Attack Girls Lacrosse Team Edges N.Y. Squad|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- The Berkshire Attack girls lacrosse team recently defeated Averill Park, N.Y., 11-10, at the Zavattaro Athletic Complex at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
The Berkshire team includes: Pittsfield's Sierra Murray, Hoosac Valley's Sara Tokiewicz and Abi Disbrow, Pine Cobble's Olivia
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