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.
Williamstown to Try Outdoor Dining on Spring Street Again Saturday
Organizers also got positive reactions, according to Jane Patton, the chair of the town's Select Board and vice president of the Williamstown Chamber of Commerce.
Father Tom Tent Site Becoming a Reality in Cheshire
Named after the former pastor of St. Mary's Church, the Rev. Thomas Begley, the site will serve through-hikers of the Appalachian Trail and give them a place to regroup for a night or two while charging electronics, replenishing their water supply, and getting rid of refuse
Flash Flood Watch as Tropical Storm Fay Forms
Not a moment too soon for the rain-starved Berkshires, Tropical Storm Fay has formed off the North Carolina coast, on a track that should drench the region with showers and thunderstorms from Friday afternoon well into Saturday.
State Courts Prepare to Resume Some Public Sessions
As of next Monday, the state court system has the OK to reopen, but with safety precautions and some continued use of virtual sessions. The Supreme Judicial Court spelled out Tuesday how the system will operate as it resumes wider public access in the coronavirus pandemic.
New Adams Police Chief, Officers Union Contract Announced Wednesday Night
The appointment of a municipality's top law enforcement officer is usually heavily attended by town officials and accompanied by dozens of handshakes. Because of restrictions in place from the worldwide pandemic, this one was carried out with nary an elbow bump.
Baker Pushes Back on Federal Pressure to Open Schools
Gov. Charlie Baker Wednesday said he does not think it “makes sense” for a one-size-fits-all approach to reopening the nation’s public schools but stopped short of directly criticizing a presidential tweet pressuring states to open the schoolhouse doors in the middle of a global…
North Adams Movieplex to Serve Wine, Beer
The North Adams License Commission has given the North Adams Movieplex permission to serve beer and wine in the theater.
North Adams Committee Tweaking Solicitor Ordinance
No solution had been found at the end of the term when the new City Council was inaugurated in January and the discussion was put aside when the pandemic arrived in March.
New Virus Threat: Baker Warns Of Active EEE Season
Whether it's the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 or the mosquito-borne eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus that appears primed for an active summer, the main message from Gov. Charlie Baker, Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel and others Tuesday was that it's up to each individua…
Florida Voters OK $2 Million Budget
Town of Florida residents approved all articles passed at the recent annual town meeting, including an operating budget of $2,004,062 for fiscal 2021, an increase of 13.4 percent from last year.