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Williamstown cuts fee for one-day liquor license
The Board of Selectmen last week unanimously approved a reduction in the long-standing price for a one-day liquor license, from $200 to $50.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Pittsfield coordinator for gang intervention, at-risk youth brings international experience
A Western Massachusetts native with experience working for the United Nations in the Mideast has been named to head city efforts to assist at-risk youth and combat the influence of gangs.
I love what it has become'
A five-minute stroll through that light-filled, clean space can lift spirits and inspire creativity.
Mayhew Steel buys Basque Plastics to add in-house molding
Mayhew Steel Products Inc. is tired of sourcing its plastic handles overseas and has purchased Basque Plastics Corp. of Leominster, Mass., to provide its own supply of plastic components.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Garfield-Wright/My Turn: Think of the possibilities
I applaud Michael Buoniconti and the Mohawk School Committee for considering a four-day school week.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Lauren R. Stevens Bridges made for walking
'The Bridges of Berkshire County"-- given an enterprising Eagle photographer and a local resident of European extraction, there ought to be a movie or at least a novel there.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
LiveWire: Never know where Ray Mason will turn up next
"Bread Euphoria is a beautiful room with great food, beer and wine," said Mason.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Letter: Station stops
When I first moved to this area in the 1970s, articles and editorials in the Recorder talked of putting a "bus shelter" and platform next to the railroad tracks in Greenfield to allow passengers to board the Montrealer.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
State police report quiet morning as light snow falls in Western Massachusetts
SPRINGFIELD - State police reported a quiet morning as light snow, the opening sally of a fast-moving storm, fell in Western Massachusetts.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Second wave of Nor-easter dumps more snow
The second blow from a huge snow storm flowing up the Atlantic coast, a so-called "nor-easter", hit Western Massachusetts early Friday morning, dumping at least three more inches of snow on already slick roadways.