|Greylock Awards $6,500 in Scholarships to College-Bound Seniors|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union has named 13 area college-bound high school students who each received $500 from the credit union’s “Treat Everyone Better Than They Expect” scholarship program.
The scholarships are presented to one community-minded senior class member from each Berkshire County
|'Love & Friendship': A Comedy of Manners & Manors|
I think it was because I was a sleepy little kid in grammar school who didn't appreciate the advantage of a good education that I didn't fully enjoy writer-director Whit Stillman's "Love & Friendship." I also blame that era, wherein I spent most of my classroom time drawing sketches of cars and baseball stadiums, for
|Berkshire Tidbits: From the Top of Mount Greylock|
Bascom Lodge, 413-743-1591, at the top of Mount Greylock in Adams will have its first musical evening of this year's season on Wednesday, June 1, at 6 in the Lodge lobby. This, as most events at the Lodge at the top of Mount Greylock, is free and open to the public. No reservations are necessary.
Quintessential, a local Berkshires
|Del Gallo Launches Bid For State Senate Seat|
Rinaldo Del Gallo made his announcement in front of 35 or so supporters at Shire City Sanctuary.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Jim Martin had his daughter taken away from him and he didn't have the money to fight for custody in the courts.
Rinaldo Del Gallo offered his legal services pro-bono and put more than
|Regionalization, Collaboration Focus of Adams-Anthony Talk|
William Kolis, founder of the Adams Anthony Center, welcomes attendees to the latest issues talk sponsored by the center.
ADAMS, Mass. — A declining population and rising costs are pushing communities together to explore ways to share resources.
"We're going to have to look at how we maintain our way of life and
|Berkshires Beat: Berkshire United Way Hosts Day of Caring|
Day of caring: Berkshire United Way held its 2016 Day of Caring on May 20. Day of Caring is the name United Way has used to represent volunteer engagement and community building.
In the past, Berkshire United Way Day of Caring initiatives have included the installation of Born Learning Trails at Muddy Brook Elementary School in Great
|Biz Briefs: Greylock's Annual Shred Day Benefits Berkshire United Way|
Shred it up: Greylock Federal Credit Union shredded over 5 tons of paper at its eighth annual Community Shred Day on May 21. The effort also raised $1,420 in donations for the Berkshire United Way. The credit union suggested a $1 donation per box from people looking to dispose of personal documents.
ProShred supplied two mobile shredding
|Lower Your Risk of Having Your Identity Stolen|
Identity theft is a big problem. How big? Consider this: In 2015, about 13 million Americans were victimized, with a total fraud amount of $15 billion, according to Javelin Strategy & Research.
That’s a lot of victims, and a lot of money. How can you protect yourself from becoming a statistic?
Here are a few
|Musical Festival Season Appears on the Horizon|
With the upcoming summer music festival season almost upon us, music lovers in droves will soon flock to the Berkshires and southern Vermont to immerse themselves in classical music.
Call it a reward for enduring a long, though relatively mild winter, or a yearly renewal of the soul via the musical preachments of the great masters. Whatever
|Memorial Day Marked in North Berkshire, Pittsfield|
Lanesborough held its services on Sunday; find the story here and more photos here.
Korean War veteran Robert Richards makes it a point to attend Memorial Day services.
He was at the Veterans Memorial in North Adams on Monday morning to remember his fellow soldiers who did not make it home.
"A lot of guys I took
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