|When Do You Need a Financial Adviser?|
Are you a "do-it-yourselfer"? If you can take care of home repairs, lawn work and other types of maintenance by yourself, you'll save money and probably gain satisfaction. But you will almost certainly need some help in other areas of your life – one of which may be investing.
In fact, you could benefit from the
|Hinds, Mark Re-File Bill Aimed To Help Volunteer Ambulance Services|
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — A bill to change the staffing requirements of an ambulance service could be a game changer for struggling volunteer services.
But, the state Department of Public Health has opposed the bill in previous legislative sessions.
State Sen. Adam Hinds and state Rep. Paul Mark have sponsored a
|Gov. Charlie Baker Delivers Second State of the Commonwealth|
Baker kicked off his speech focusing on economic growth through the state.
BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker delivered his second State of the Commonwealth address Tuesday night highlighting successes in a number of areas and setting the groundwork for the next year.
Baker highlighted work on the
|Mount Greylock Grads Competing on College Ski Circuit|
The collegiate ski season got under way this weekend in Lake Placid, N.Y., where several Mount Greylock alumni were in action for their respective collegiate teams.
Williams College senior Luke Costley helped the Ephs finish sixth at the season-opening St. Lawrence Carnival. On Day 1, Costley placed 13th in the 1.5-kilometer
|Biz briefs: Cosmetologists Sought for Cancer Society Makeover Program|
Looking good: The American Cancer Society is seeking Pittsfield-area volunteer cosmetologists for its Look Good Feel Better program that instructs women who are undergoing cancer treatment beauty, skin care and hair techniques. The program runs at many locations in Massachusets, including Berkshire Hematology Oncology.
Look Good Feel
|Berkshire Country Day School Students Win Classics Day Awards|
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Berkshire Country Day School's Upper School Latin students (grades seven to nine) joined the Pioneer Valley Classical Association annual Classics Day at Mount Holyoke College on Jan. 20.
BCD's Latin students enjoyed participating in workshops and contests with their peers from Academy Hill, Amherst Middle
|Berkshire County Women Head to DC Women's March|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — iBerkshires rarely gets a chance to report outside its coverage area because of our focus on local news.
There's the occasional jaunt to Boston, Greenfield, Springfield, Bennington, Vt., and even Albany, N.Y.
But Friday night I'll be on a bus headed to the Women's March on Washington with a group
|'Hidden Figures': Amounts to an Important Tale|
Watching director Theodore Melfi's "Hidden Figures," about the African-American women working for NASA who were instrumental if not indispensable to getting our first man in space, we scratch our heads and can't help but ask ourselves, "How come I didn't know this?" But figuring the truth here isn't rocket
|SVMC OB/GYNs to Appear on WAMC's Medical Monday|
BENNINGTON, Vt. — At 2 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 23, SVMC OB/GYNs Anika Chadee and Themarge Small will appear on WAMC's Northeast Public Radio's Medical Monday program.
Dr. Chadee received her medical degree from St. George's University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies, and completed the Obstetrics and Gynecology
|'Travel Photography for Everyone' Begins Jan. 25|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — One of the joys of traveling is creating enduring photographic images of the sights that fill you with wonder, delight, and surprise.
Learn how to capture even better images next time you travel with award-winning photographer Thaddeus Kubis in OLLI: The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Berkshire
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