|Literacy Network Elects New Board Members|
LEE, Mass. — The Literacy Network of South Berkshire has elected Leigh Doherty and Rebecca Riordan to the organization’s board of directors.
“Our board is an unusually close-knit, generous, and hardworking group. Leigh and Rebecca are perfect fits, with deep and long-standing commitments to education, diversity,
|Alcombright to be Honored at MLK Day of Service|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Martin Luther King Day Committee will hold the annual “Day of Service” on Monday, Jan. 15, this year honoring former North Adams Mayor Richard Alcombright with the annual Peacemaker Award.
The celebration begins at 8:30 a.m. at MCLA’s Venable Gym with coffee and pastries; there will be signs
|Saturday Features Clash of Berkshire Alumnae at MCLA|
Mount Greylock graduate Lucy Barrett is the leading scorer this winter on the Westfield State women’s basketball team.
Barrett, a junior, is averaging 16.5 points per game in 12 starts. Pittsfield High alumna Lauren Carnevale has appeared in eight games off the bench, averaging 6.4 minutes per game for the 6-6 Owls, who
|The Independent Investor: Beware the Tax Hit From Mutual Funds|
Plenty of investors will be faced with an unpleasant surprise. Any day now, one or more of the mutual funds that you own will be sending out their capital gain distributions for the year.
The tax hit could be quite large this year.
Many investors are not aware that mutual fund companies are required to distribute
|Governor Orders State Offices Closed Ahead of Storm|
BOSTON — State offices will be closed Thursday ahead of a major snow "hurricane" headed for the coast.
Gov. Charlie Baker made the announcement that non-emergency, executive branch state employees should not report to work shortly after a briefing on the storm and is urging everyone to stay off roadways if
|Wildlife Habitation Grants Awarded to Berkshire Towns|
SHEFFIELD, Mass. — Nearly $200,000 in grants for wildlife habitat improvement projects are targeted for organizations in seven Berkshire and border towns.
All together, 18 municipalities, organizations, and private landowners across the state were awarded a total of $506,856 in grants from the MassWildlife Habitat
|BHS Implements Visitor Changes Due to Influenza Spread|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — In the wake of widespread influenza reported across Massachusetts, Berkshire Health Systems has implemented visitor changes to help reduce the potential spread of the flu.
The visitor restrictions apply to Berkshire Medical Center, Fairview Hospital and the Hillcrest and North Adams campuses of
|Time is a Key Factor in Investing|
With the arrival of the New Year, many of us will pause and ponder the age-old question: "Who knows where the time goes?" And, as is always the case, none of us really do know. However, wherever the time goes, it will usually be a key factor in your success as an investor.
Time can affect how you invest, and the results of your
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