|Voices for Recovery Raising Awareness of Addiction|
Stephen Murray speaks at Saturday's Voices for Recovery event.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Stephen Murray is tired. In the past five years, the paramedic has responded to more than 100 overdoses.
"Many of my colleagues are burnt out by the constant barrage of substance-related calls," he said.
|'I Want You to Panic': Youths Lead Williamstown Climate Strike Event|
Williamstown Elementary School fifth-grader Adele Low speaks about needing adults to 'step up and act now to save our planet.'
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The petite fourth-grader made her way up to the microphone. In a voice that belied her small frame, she explained why she took the opportunity to speak in front of the
|Kennealy Points to Lack of Quality Housing as Economic Threat|
Secretary Kennealy, seen with BRPC Chairman Kyle Hanlon, was the keynote speaker at the annual dinner.
DALTON, Mass. — Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Michael Kennealy ticked off a long list initiatives of the Baker administration that included investments in broadband, education, workforce
|The Ninth Walk A Mile In Her Shoes Hits North Street|
Local and state representatives join the march. See more photos here.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Hundreds of men stepped into their high heels to participate in the Walk A Mile In Her Shoes march on Thursday night. Although it was not the most graceful of miles, it raised some big money to support the Elizabeth Freeman
|The Independent Investor: The Era of U.S. Oil Independence|
Last weekend's surprise drone attack on Saudi Arabia's major oil fields was a disaster, but it could have been worse. Fifty years ago, an attack like that would have sent the world's financial markets into a tailspin and rocked global economies. None of that happened — thanks to the U. S. energy
|'Hustlers': The Tacky Laps of Luxury|
Am I that naïve? I sat there aghast as some took in stride the vengeance being meted out by former strip club employees upon their predominantly Wall Street clients in director Lorene Scafaria's "Hustlers," a scathing dramatization of Jessica Pressler's New York Magazine expose.
Said financiers are assembly
|Biz Briefs: Berkshire Food Co-op One of Three Finalists for MassEcon Award|
Economic Impact Award
Berkshire Food Co-op is one of three regional finalists to receive an Economic Impact Award from MassEcon. On Sept. 19, finalists will present one-minute pitches to a panel of judges and business leaders describing their growth in the commonwealth. Finalists compete on a regional basis in the West, Central, Southeast,
|Narcan: A HOPE to Save Lives|
At the tail end of last year, I heard a story about a young man who had passed away of an opioid overdose. This story hit many nerves for me, in particular, because it involved a first responder who arrived on the scene while the young man was still alive, but was unable to take action to save his life because he was not carrying an opioid
|Hinds Seeks Designs for Annual Holiday Card Contest|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — School is in session and summer doesn't officially end until Sept. 23, but Team Hinds is thinking about the holidays.
State Sen. Adam G. Hinds (D- Pittsfield) has sent packages to 57 schools across his Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden District inviting students in grades three through six to
|MountainOne Announces Officer Promotions|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — MountainOne, a full service financial institution with offices in the Berkshires and Boston’s South Shore, has announced the promotions of 10 employees.
"We are happy to celebrate these individuals, and recognize their dedication, strong work ethic, accomplishments, and commitment to
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