|Harrington Rallies Base to Start Final Week Of DA's Race|
Harrington's husband Timothy Walsh reflected on the campaign and thanked the crowd for the support of Harrington and their entire family.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — It is the final week in the district attorney's race and those in Andrea Harrington's camp are as energetic as
|Mount Greylock Regional High School Teacher Wins $10,000 Kapteyn Prize|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation announced today that
Jeffrey Welch, a social studies teacher at Mount Greylock Regional High School, has been awarded the 10th annual James C. Kapteyn Prize for excellence in teaching. He will receive a $10,000 award for study or travel to enrich his teaching, and the
|Consolidating Accounts Leads to Clear Financial Strategy|
None of us can completely control all the things that happen to us. Yet, when it comes to achieving your long-term financial goals, including a comfortable retirement, you do have a great deal of power – as long as you follow a clear, well-defined financial strategy. And one way to help build and maintain such a strategy is by
|CHP Berkshire Pediatrics Expands Primary Care Team|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — CHP Berkshire Pediatrics welcomes Jamie L. Berkowitz, physician assistant, to its pediatric primary care team in Pittsfield.
Berkowitz holds a master's degree in physician assistant studies from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She has a second master's degree in neuroscience and behavior from
|Letter: Integrity Matters in District Attorney Race|
To the Editor:
Elections can be filled with all sorts of strategies and antics, and some we have simply come to accept. Lawn sign theft, whispered rumors and the like are common in every election and are impossible for campaigns to control. Some races even get nasty as the Berkshire County district attorney has, ironically, given that this
|Letter: Write-In Paul Caccaviello|
To the Editor:
First Assistant District Attorney Paul Caccaviello has won 20 homicide cases tried in Superior Court. He won the Prosecutor of the Year award in 2008, the highest award in the state. Paul Caccaviello brings 30 years of experience to his current management of the Berkshire County DA office.
Our county is experiencing
|Nurse Practitioner Joins CHP Neighborhood Health Center|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Community Health Programs has named nurse practitioner Alison M. Flynn to the primary care team at the CHP Neighborhood Health Center practice in Pittsfield.
An adult nurse practitioner, Flynn is a 2010 master’s degree graduate of the Sage Colleges; she earned her B.S. in nursing from Curry College. Most
|Senate President Hears Berkshire Transit Challenges, Opportunities|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshires need to re-envision how it handles transportation.
That was the message sent to Senate President Karen Spilka on Friday when state Sen. Adams Hinds brought her to the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority's Intermodal Center to discuss rural transportation.
The new vision
|MCLA Students Explore Ranked-Choice, Plurality Voting Systems|
Assistant professor Kebra Ward helps students with some of the math involved in the different voting systems.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts students recently learned the pitfalls of plurality voting and got a crash course in ranked voting.
Members of the
|@theMarket: October Lives Up to Its Name|
It happened like clockwork. Earlier in the week, all three main U.S. averages re-tested their lows and then proceeded to bounce back, only to give it all back. That's what happens during corrections, but it is not over yet. After all, it is October.
Readers will recall that last week I wrote that nine out of 10 times
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