|Baker Gives State of the Commonwealth Address|
BOSTON – Today, Governor Charlie Baker delivers his first State of the Commonwealth address from the House Chamber of the Massachusetts State House. Remarks as prepared for delivery:
Mr. Speaker. Mr. President. Members of the House and Senate. Fellow Constitutional Officers. And Members of the Governor's
|'Carol': Sings a Sad Song|
It often takes a long time, sometimes forever and then perhaps never, for someone to become tolerant of something that he or she doesn't understand. More often than not, it's because they feel threatened by it.
Director Todd Haynes, who with "Carol" champions for lesbians what his "Far From Heaven" (2002)
|Berkshire Tidbits: Church Suppers, Guido's Thank-Yous|
First Congregational in Lee
Sets Free Wednesday Suppers
Fall through spring at 5:30
Almost every Wednesday evening, from the end of summer until the next summer, church members, local service clubs, supermarkets and restaurants spend the afternoon in the kitchen of First
|Mount Washington Broadband Bill Awaits Governor's Signature|
MOUNT WASHINGTON, Mass. — A bill giving the town the right to set up its own broadband service now goes to the governor's desk after being enacted by the state Senate.
Under the leadership of state Sen. Benjamin B. Downing, D-Pittsfield, the Senate enacted S. 1978, An Act authorizing the town of Mount Washington to establish,
|'The Revenant': Will Haunt You|
Director Alejandro González Inarritu's "The Revenant," starring Leonardo DiCaprio in the ultimate survival tale, is the adult equivalent of those scary films when you were little that gave you nightmares for a week, causing Mom to decree, "That's it, no more watching those movies."
Chronicling the mostly
|The Independent Investor: This Too Shall Pass|
The markets have gone straight down for almost two weeks. The media is becoming more and more pessimistic as the averages plummet. Doom and gloom permeates the investor population. This usually means that opportunity is just around the corner.
In my own world, the telephone has been ringing off the hook and my inbox is full of panicky
|Will the Presidential Election Affect Investment Outlook?|
We’re just a few weeks away from the first caucuses and primaries, so presidential election season is in full swing. As a voter, you may be keenly interested in the election process. But as an investor, should you be concerned?
If you take a look back, you might be somewhat encouraged over the prospects of the financial markets this
|Berkshire Tidbits: Berkshire Grown Market, Ramen Nights|
Berkshire Co-op Market still has deals on holiday fare.
Berkshire Co-op Market
Member Appreciation Day
Friday, Jan. 15; 8 to 8
Berkshire Co-op Market in Great Barrington on Friday will host the first of this year's quarterly Member Appreciation days during which Co-op members receive a 10 percent
|Jacob's Pillow Names New Executive Director|
BECKET, Mass. — Esteemed arts leader Pamela Tatge will join Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival as executive director in April.
Following a record-breaking 2015 season, Jacob’s Pillow, a National Historic Landmark, National Medal of Arts recipient, and home to America's longest running dance festival, launched a national
|Fairview's Monster Dash Helps People's Pantry|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — A check for $1,500 was presented to Rosemary Carpenite of The People’s Pantry by Vicki Coons of Fairview’s Rehabilitation Department and Kathy Townsend of Fairview’s Employee Recreation Association.
The donation was made possible by proceeds of the 2015 Fairview Hospital Monster Dash, the
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