|MCLA Names Winner of Innovation Challenge|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts senior Shannon Cahill of Grafton was the winner of the college's second annual Innovation and Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Her winning idea was for "Greylock Sound," a performing arts booking and promotion agency she co-founded in December 2017.
|Hiking Trail Loops Around Health Center|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Did you leave your CHP appointment with a prescription for a health-enhancing hike? No problem! CHP has a hiking path right outside the door of its Great Barrington Health Center.
Thanks to a 2016 collaboration between CHP, Berkshire Natural Resources Council, Greenagers and Great Barrington Trails and
|@theMarket: Peak Earnings Versus the Yield Curve|
"Never a dull market" could be the motto of choice to describe stock market performance year-to-date. This week, we need to add two more concerns to the market's wall of worry.
"Peak earnings" is the first issue, which has been brought to the forefront by the 18-20 percent earnings gains reported by
|BFAIR Celebrates Successes, Advocates at Annual Breakfast |
Mayor Richard Alcombright was given the community partner award.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Chris May has a resume that is tough to rival.
He's a professional photographer. He's won the sportsmanship award on his high school track team. He's traveled the world. He's met David Ortiz. He's
|MLB Pitch, Hit and Run Competition in Pittsfield May 12|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- Baseball in the Berkshires will host a free Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit and Run competition for area youth on Saturday, May 12, at 11 a.m. at Belanger Field.
Pitch, Hit and Run is the official skills competition of MLB. This grassroots program, sponsored by Scotts, is designed to provide youngsters with
|'I Feel Pretty': And So Will You|
It has long been said by altruistic philosophers, and famously iterated in 1966 by no less authority than David Ruffin and The Temptations, that "Beauty Is Only Skin Deep."
But alas, anyone who has spent any time on this planet chock full of monuments to physical splendor, and who has perhaps had the lesson
|The Independent Investor: The Opioid Effect|
Opioids are killing us. Both literally, as well as from an economic point of view. The economy has already suffered over $1 trillion in lost potential and those losses appear to be growing by the hour.
Last year, 62,000 Americans fatally overdosed on some form of opioid. It is getting to the point that almost every one of us
|Take Steps to Control Your Investment Taxes|
Tax season is finally over. Of course, how much you pay in taxes depends on a variety of factors, many of which you can't control. But you might give some thought to how you can manage your investment-related taxes.
Here are some suggestions to consider:
* Contribute to your employer's retirement plan. If your employer offers
|State, Federal Officials to Showcase Housatonic River Projects|
LENOX, Mass. — State and federal environmental officials will host an open house on May 1 to showcase restoration projects funded as a part of the first three rounds of the Massachusetts Housatonic River Watershed Restoration Program.
The open house will also include a discussion of the anticipated fourth and final
|Stockbridge Officials Share Concerns With Lt. Gov. Polito|
Chabon and Cardillo spent about an hour with Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito talking through issues.
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito vowed to work with town, state, and federal officials to find a way forward with the Stockbridge Bowl dredging project.
The $4 million project to restore the lake was
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