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County Educators Learn Strategies for Job-Related Stress
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — More than 80 educators from across the county gathered at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts to learn how to cope with job-related stress. "It's about being aware of what you do every day and the impact that your work has, but also the impact the work has on you," said Michael Smith, who led the
Lenco Armored Vehicles to Host Community Open House
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Lenco Armored Vehicles is hosting a Community Open House on Wednesday, Nov. 16 th from 4pm to 7pm.   Lenco, founded in 1981, is located at 10 Betnr Industrial Drive in the Stearnsville Business Park off West Housatonic Street.   "We're really excited about the opportunity to share
Lenox Receives $180K State Grant to Assist Municipal Sewer Extension
Select Board Chair Marybeth Mitts celebrates getting the grant. LENOX, Mass. — The town has been allocated over $180,000 from the state's Rural and Small Town grant program toward a sewer extension and creation project. It will support design and engineering costs to bring a municipal sewer system into north Lenox and
PHS To Perform 'Twelfth Night'
PITTSFIELD, Mass. Pittsfield High School will present its first production of the year, "Twelfth Night," on Nov. 11 and 12.    "Twelfth Night," one of Shakespeare's most produced works tells a story of romance, shipwreck, trickery, and mistaken identity.    Performances will take place
Lanesborough EMS Receives New Ambulance
The department's old ambulance is 12 years old and was beginning to have mechanical issues due to its age. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Nearly two years after originally placing an order for the vehicle, Lanesborough has a new blue ambulance, which went into service Tuesday night. The town's Emergency Medical Services
St. Stans First Quarter Honor Roll
ADAMS, Mass. — Stanislaus Kostka School Quarter 1 Honor Roll for the 2022-2023 school year.   Grade 8 High Honors (93+) Elise Daly Avah DeBenedetto Danielle King Mark Kruzel Brandon Sinopoli   Honors (85-92.9) Hayden Barrett Benjamin Harris Grade 7 High Honors Kylie
Arrowhead Workshop Gives Opportunities for Local History in Education
Herman Melville's writing desk and the view that purportedly inspired a whale called Moby Dick.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A small group of educators explored ways to integrate local history into lesson plans at Arrowhead on Tuesday. The "More Than Melville" workshop at author Herman Melville's home
Paul Mark Set to Move to State Senate
Supporters ready to welcome state Senate winner Paul Mark at Patrick's Pub on Tuesday night.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Paul Mark will move out of the House and down the hall to the state Senate this January.  A six-term representative of the 2nd Berkshire District, the Democrat was leading his Republican opponent
BHS Berkshire Writers Workshop Series
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire County Historical Society has received a grant from Housatonic Heritage to host Berkshire Writers Workshop Series – a new series of writing workshops beginning Nov. 19 and continuing monthly through May.    Each three-hour session will take place at Herman Melville's historic
Pittsfield School Policy Panel Amends 'Core' Values
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The school policy subcommittee voted to adopt a revised Mission, Vision, Core Values policy after making two amendments during its meeting on Monday afternoon.    Member William Cameron proposed amending the draft to add "Academic Excellence" as a new section in the
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