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Financial Gifts and Tips for New Graduates
It's Graduation Season again. If your child is graduating from high school or college, you have reason to celebrate. But what should you give to your newly minted diploma holder? You might want to consider offering a combination of financial gifts and tips, which, taken together, could set your graduate on a path toward a successful,
Superior Court Briefs: May 31 - June 1
Cases heard before Judge Edward McDonough on Wednesday, May 31.   Antoine Crichlow, 39, of Pittsfield pleaded guilty to single counts of strangulation or suffocation, assault and battery on a family or household member, intimidation of a witness, and threat to commit a crime, to wit: assault and battery upon a public
Biz Briefs: Berkshire Bank Closing at Noon on June 7 for Day of Volunteering
Giving back: Berkshire Bank will close all locations at noon on Wednesday, June 7, for its company-wide Xtraordinary Day, The Power of Giving Back. Xtraordinary Day provides all Berkshire Bank employees the opportunity to volunteer in communities the Bank and its affiliates serve. This second annual Xtraordinary Day is set to focus on more
Rudolf Steiner School Hosts Eigth Grade Portfolio Exhibit
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School will host a portfolio exhibit by this year's eighth-grade graduating class, a free event taking place Tuesday, June 6, at 4 p.m. and Wednesday, June 7, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the school, 35 West Plain Road. The Class of 2017's 22 soon-to-be graduates have
Berkshires Beat: Eighth-Graders Sew Patriotic Pillowcases
God bless America: Hoosac Valley eighth-grade students in Terry Vivori's Family & Consumer Sciences class made patriotic pillowcases for Women of Soldier On in Northampton, Mass. The student learned how to use patterns and sewing machines in class. Vivori set the class up like a manufacturing company with students
Senate President Gets Feel For Berkshires' Economic Future
Christopher Kapiloff of Laminate Technologies showed off a piece of bulletproof glass his company is selling in large numbers, but said it will be made elsewhere if the state can't lower the cost of doing business. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Unemployment, wages, and innovation are high points for the state's economy,
Monument Mountain Grads Advised To 'Join Them'
Sophia Cohen tells the story of her first trip to summer camp, where she spent too much time worrying about going home and missed a chance to embrace the experience. More photos can be found here. LENOX, Mass. — Join them.   That's what Monument Mountain valedictorian Sophia Cohen advised her fellow
Mount Everett Grads to Take On Unpredictability of Life
Kayle Krom tells her classmates that there are a lot of things out of their control, but their lives are something they have the most say over. See more photos here. LENOX, Mass. — Kayla Krom learned that there are a lot of things in this world that one cannot control.   She learned that the hard way. The
BArT Charter School Sends Class of 2017 Off to College
Emily DePietro says she has grown during her time at BArT. See more photos here. ADAMS, Mass. — The 16 college-bound Berkshire Arts and Technology Public Charter School graduates were charged Saturday with taking control of their own narrative.   After reading the state's profile of the school's 10th
BCC Grads Showed 'Grit' To Earn Degrees, Certificates
Commissioner of Higher Education Carlos Santiago says the graduating class had grit to persevere and get their degrees. See more photos here. LENOX, Mass. — Jeremy Patterson admires the traditional college graduate, the ones who had the foresight and commitment to delve right into higher
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