I have been working WNAW since 1968, doing just about every job there is. I graduated from Drury High School and served in the US Air Force from 1961 to 1965. First radio job in 1965 was in Presque Isle, Maine and I moved back to the Berkshires in 1967. Things I love: family, radio, long fast bike rides, cutting wood, skating and working out at the gym.
MCLA Foundation Vendor Targeted in Ransomware Hit
The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Foundation is one of several organizations whose information was recently impacted by a ransomware event that involved one of its vendors.
Williamstown Select Board Splits on Town Meeting Pot Articles
The Williamstown Select Board on Monday was mostly unanimous in its recommendations to town meeting about the items on the annual meeting warrant.
Mt.Greylock Committee Member Pushes to Reopen Schools
The chair of the Mount Greylock School Committee's Education Subcommittee on Tuesday repeatedly pressed the district's interim superintendent to develop benchmarks that could be met in order to allow a return to full in-person instruction.
Baker Threatens to Cut Gathering Size, Restrict Businesses If Uptick Worsens
The governor did not outline a clear set of criteria that would prompt new orders from his administration, but after hinting last week that he was reviewing state guidance on how many people could safely gather at a single event, Baker said his administration is "not taking any options off the …
Hoosac Valley Considering Phased-In, Hybrid Model for Schools
Superintendent Aaron Dean said on Tuesday morning that the School Committee next week will decide what school will look like in the fall and that it is leaning toward a hybrid model.
NY Biker Seriously Hurt After Hit By Car
The man was taken to Berkshire Medical Center and later transferred to Baystate Medical Center in Springfield.
Williamstown Conservation Commission OKs Patch Work on Route 43
MassDOT design engineer Amer Raza was in front of the town's Conservation Commission last month to get its blessing on a $120,000 "mill and fill" project that will address deficiencies in a 1.7-mile stretch of the road from about the Taconic Golf Club south and west to Mount Hope Park…
BHS Staff Risk Firing Traveling to High-Risk COVID States
In an internal memo to staff last week in response to new state travel restrictions, Berkshire Health Systems said that workers risk losing paid leave time or being fired if they travel to a state where the coronavirus is rapidly spreading.
North Adams Covers Half Cost for Cumberland Farm Cleanup
Cumberland Farms purchased the property just over a year ago for $575,000 with the caveat that the city would share 50 percent of any cleanup costs up to $287,500, or half the purchase price. The costs incurred for the testing were entirely borne by Cumberland Farms.
Food Pantry Returning to Eagle Street
Those who cannot physically come to the food pantry, or who feel ill, may call 413-664-0123 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wednesday to set up a delivery. Deliveries will take place between 10 a.m. and noon Thursday, Aug. 13.