Construction Ashuwillticook Rail Trail Extension to Pittsfield
Berkshire County's rail trail will continue into Pittsfield in the next year and then through South County in the future.
Williams College Tightens COVID-19 Restrictions Ahead of Spring T
Williams College students will be required to provide proof of a recent negative test for COVID-19 before they can return and be tested by the college for the start of the spring semester.
In Clarksburg, No Stone Unturned To Find Burial Site
The hunt is on for the lost 176-year-old grave of a 5-month-old girl.
Williamstown Housing Trust to Spread Word About Rental Assistance
The Williamstown board of the Affordable Housing Trust on Wednesday talked about how it can reach more potential beneficiaries of its emergency rental assistance program and how it can structure a companion program for homeowners.
Coronavirus Front: Top City Doc Says 'I Don't Think We've Peaked'
Mayor Linda Tyer noted last week that new positive cases had appeared to plateau over recent days, leading her to be hopeful that the city is on the other side of a post-holiday spike.
Williamstown Planning Board Told to Cap Size of Cannabis Grows
The board reviewed the most up-to-date proposal for a bylaw amendment it has been considering formally since September and, in reality, for much longer than that. The board is hoping not to repeat last year's failed attempt to implement restrictions on pot production but still allow a pathway f…
Small Businesses Face Friday Deadline to Apply for State Grants
"Prospective applicants only have until midnight tomorrow, which is Friday, Jan. 15," Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito said. "So you have less than two days to submit your application for the current round. Like the first program, these grant awards will be up to $75,000 capped at three months o…