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BArT Charter School Sends Class of 2017 Off to College
Emily DePietro says she has grown during her time at BArT. See more photos here. ADAMS, Mass. — The 16 college-bound Berkshire Arts and Technology Public Charter School graduates were charged Saturday with taking control of their own narrative.   After reading the state's profile of the school's 10th
BCC Grads Showed 'Grit' To Earn Degrees, Certificates
Commissioner of Higher Education Carlos Santiago says the graduating class had grit to persevere and get their degrees. See more photos here. LENOX, Mass. — Jeremy Patterson admires the traditional college graduate, the ones who had the foresight and commitment to delve right into higher
@theMarket: Markets Still on a Roll
Additional gains propelled stocks higher this week with all three averages closing at record highs once again. Despite the fact that more and more experts are warning of a possible fall in the averages, investors continue to pile into stocks. Should you? The short answer is no, wait for that decline, unless you have no exposure to the
Berkshire Children and Families Hires Development Director
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Bethany Kirchmann has been hired as the director of development for Berkshire Children and Families. Kirchmann brings with her a decade of experience in fundraising and organizational advancement as well as a passion for her community. Prior to joining BCF, she gained extensive experience in fundraising for the
Local Author Receives New England Public Radio's Arts and Humanities Award
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Children's book author and literacy advocate Ty Allan Jackson of Pittsfield, Mass., was honored last week by New England Public Radio in a ceremony at The Log Cabin in Holyoke. Jackson, along with two other recipients — illustrator Barry Moser and the Northampton Jazz Workshop -- was presented with an
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Berkshire Natural Resources Council President to Depart
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Natural Resources Council president Tad Ames will depart the organization on December 31, 2017, after more than 27 years of service, the last 16 as president. Ames said that he has made the decision to resign from BNRC in order to make a change in his professional career and to seek new
Cultural Pittsfield This Week: June 2-8
Pittsfield Suns Return Saturday Night For Sixth Season
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield Suns General Manager Kristen Huss says the ballclub has found the formula for success and is continuing to improve it.   The Futures Collegiate Baseball League team will call Wahconah Park home for the sixth consecutive summer. The home opener is Saturday night and Huss said each year the
'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales': Many Asleep in the Deep
I'm not going to do it. I'm not going to over-analyze "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales." I do that whenever I can't fathom for the love of me why someone would want to see the second-rate movie in question. After all, directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg's rambling, rambunctious and
The Independent Investor: Elder Care in an Age of Confusion
Many Americans confess that they are confused when faced with the myriad Medicare choices available to them. Others are simply not planning, nor saving enough to meet the challenge of health care costs in old age. In response, a whole new industry has sprung up nationwide.   It's called "life care planning," an
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