|Second Film Tackles North Berkshires' Opioid Crisis|
Berkshire Transition Network Recovery Coach Collin Woods speaks at the December forum of the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — While many people are obsessed with the latest "Star Wars" movie, people in the Northern Berkshire County addiction and recovery community are watching a sequel of
|Berkshires Beat: Berkshire 4-H Holds Awards, Recognition Event|
About 100 people gathered to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of 4-H'ers, volunteers and others on Dec. 2. Volunteers were recognized for years of service: one year, Henry Cadorette III, Marie Goodermote, Mathew Goodermote, Glenda Matos-Carter, Melanie Richard, Jonathan Rowe, Nancy Smith, Jennifer Soldato, Courtney
|The Independent Investor: Confusion Reigns as Taxes Change|
At the best of times taxes are confusing, so much so that most people hire an accountant to prepare them. This coming year should be a real doozy for the accountancy industry.
Given the massive changes to the tax code that will go into effect next year, taxpayers are rightly concerned (and confused) on exactly what the rules will
|'The Shape of Water': No Ordinary Fish Tale|
If you think the book was closed long ago on fairy tales, that they've all been written and read, and that the genre is further rendered obsolete by the brutal, anti-intellectual sentiment now rearing its ugly head in America, then you need to see "The Shape of Water."
Director Guillermo del Toro's
|Biz Briefs: Greylock's North Adams Branch Moving to Ashland Street|
The Greylock Federal Credit Union and Greylock Insurance Agency offices located at 66 Main St. in North Adams both will be moving to 131 Ashland St. (Landmark Building) on Jan. 8. The Landmark building is the former home of Landmark Credit Union, which merged with Greylock in 2017. After the merger the Landmark building was
|E-Book Review: 'Symphonies & Scorpions' by Gerald Elias|
Musician/author Gerald Elias is widely known by Berkshires classical music aficionados for living a double artistic life as a violinist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, performing at the BSO's Tanglewood Music Festival each summer, and also being the gifted author of six classical music-themed mystery "whodunits":
|New Year's: Time for Financial Resolutions|
We've reached the end of another year – which means it’s just about time for some New Year's resolutions. Would you like to study a new language, take up a musical instrument or visit the gym more often? All these are worthy goals, of course, but why not also add some financial resolutions?
Here are some ideas to think
|Contact Your Elected Officials|
Have something to say? Here's how to get in touch with your local officials, both on the national and state level.
U.S. House of Representatives
|Williamstown Scoutmaster Retiring After 25 Years With Troop 70|
Outgoing Scoutmaster Rich Davis poses with current and past members of Boy Scout Troop 70 of Williamsown on the day of his last meeting.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — There's only one question left for Rich Davis, retiring after 17 years of being Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 70 in Williamstown.
"What are you going to
|@theMarket: The Market That Keeps on Giving|
You can't say enough about a stock market that continues to climb, day after day, month after month. Best of all, it looks like it will continue to do so through the end of the year. What happens in 2018? Well, that may be a different story.
There is no evidence, however, that things will have to change in the New Year.
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