|MCLA Softball Program Offers Youth Clinics|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- The MCLA softball program this winter will host a pair of clinics that will focus on skill development of a wide range of age levels.
The first clinic is for youth players aged 7-13 and will be held on Feb. 24. The second clinic is set for March 3 and will be for high school
|Metal Affection: 'Iron Florist' Fabricates Lasting Love Tokens|
The Iron Florist started with roses primarily but has since expanded its offerings.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — When Matt McLaughlin left the Marine Corps a few years ago, he wasn't sure what to do.
He entered an auto mechanics program in Pennsylvania and, on the side, made some extra cash by welding bumpers, roll
|Harrington Chats Vision With Local NAACP|
Helen Moon, director of special projects, outlined the vision for a juvenile diversion program that is currently being developed by the office.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — District Attorney Andrea Harrington doesn't see her job as simply tossing people into jail cells.
Instead, she is seeking to create a
|Barrington Stage Celebrates 25th Season With Four Premieres|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The award-winning Barrington Stage Company marks its 25th anniversary season this year with four world premieres: A new musical from BSC's Musical Theatre Lab, "Fall Springs" by Niko Tsakalakos and Peter Sinn Nachtrieb; "America v. 2.1: The Sad Demise & Eventual Extinction of The American
|Superior Court Briefs: Feb 5 - Feb. 7|
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Monday, Feb. 5.
Christopher Letalien, 34, of North Adams pleaded guilty to a single count of possession of a Class B drug with intent to distribute, his second offense.
He was sentenced to two and a half years at the Berkshire County House of Correction with the last six
|@theMarket: Markets Are China Dependent|
Profit-taking is a natural and expected part of the stock market. That's why no one should be surprised that this week we are witnessing a period of consolidation. It is actually a good thing.
Given that most investors need a reason to explain any market declines, this week's announcement that President Trump is
|Pittsfield Resident Tapped to Holyoke Soldiers' Home Board of Trustees|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Carmen M. Ostrander of Pittsfield has been appointed by Gov. Charlie Baker to serve on the Holyoke Soldiers' Home Board of Trustees.
State Sen. Adam G. Hinds forwarded Ostrander's name and resume to the governor's office for consideration after receiving an inquiry from his deputy chief secretary of
|Edgerton, Jackson Receive 'Black Excellence on the Hill' Award|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Two Pittsfield residents were honored with a 2019 "Black Excellence on the Hill" award during a State House ceremony on Monday, Feb. 4.
Ty Allan Jackson, local author, literacy advocate, publisher and motivational speaker, and Shirley Edgerton, founder and director of the Rites of Passage and Empowerment
|Pittsfield Cumberland Farms Slapped With Tobacco Violation|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — After two violations of its tobacco retail license, the managers from Cumberland Farms on First Street say tobacco products will not be sold at all unless the customer has identification.
The city is imposing a $350 fine on the convenience store but is holding the seven-day suspension in abeyance,
|Financial Gifts for Valentines ... Of All Ages|
Valentine's Day is fast approaching. This year, consider going beyond the flowers and chocolates and think about providing financial-related gifts to your loved ones of all generations.
Here are some gift possibilities to consider:
For your spouse or partner: Your income – both today and in the future – may be
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