|BC Arc Celebrates Successes at Annual Meeting|
Awards were given to those individuals who made great progress in the last year.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Those with autism, brain injuries or who are developmentally challenged should be treated just like everybody else and Berkshire County Arc tries to do just that.
Through numerous programs throughout the
|Guest Column: We Are Too Great to Hate|
As the president of a public institution of higher education, I have the unique opportunity to hear from many voices of those who represent the next generation. It should come as no surprise that there are myriad concerns coming through in those voices about the state of our country.
Between the Trump administration's seeking
|Letter: Moran Much More Experienced for Register of Deeds|
To the Editor:
I am writing this letter to support Debbie Moran in her candidacy for the Northern Berkshire Register of Deeds.
In looking at both candidates, one might say that they both have significant experience in the office, with both having over 20 years, and Debbie having the most with 26-plus years in the office, but to examine
|Letter: Caccaviello Offers Leadership, Continuity|
To the Editor:
As a respite care foster parent for nine years for children who have been traumatized by violence and/or sexual assault; as a crime victim myself; as an elected School Committee member (winning as a write-in) and a former Fair Housing commissioner; I know the work that Paul Caccaviello and the staff of the Berkshire district
|Letter: Harrington Right Person for DA|
To the Editor:
It was supposed to be easy.
The position of district attorney in Berkshire County was his to be had. It was set up so well. A shady backroom deal between the 14-year veteran DA and the Republican governor ... an early retirement of the 14-year veteran to allow him to run as the incumbent ... and a last minute switch to
|MassPIRG Pushing to Increase Voter Turnout at MCLA|
MCLA student Ari Battaini, MassPIRG coordinator, speaks with Mayor Thomas Bernard and college President Jamie Birge after the presentation.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — It's a given that young people don't vote. Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts is hoping to buck the trend.
In one good sign, the
|The Independent Investor: Time to Check Your Risk Tolerance|
It is a good time to take a reality check on how aggressively you are invested. The 6.9 percent decline in the S&P 500 Index over October was gut-wrenching. But entirely within the realm of probability given the historical data. Here are some questions to ask.
Did you find yourself checking your investment portfolios every
|'The Old Man & the Gun': The Antihero & the Movie Star|
If movies were cherished trinkets, director David Lowery's "The Old Man & the Gun," based on a true story and starring Robert Redford as the gentlemanly, senior citizen bank robber, Forrest Tucker, would deserve a place of honor in your cigar box. It is at once a sympathetically laced portrait of the legendary stickup man/jail
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