PITTSFIELD The Friends of Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter will close its location in the Downing Industrial Park to the public Friday while the staff transition to a new location on Crane
BECKET For Ipswich Pharmaceutical Associates Inc., the fourth attempt for marijuana in town could be the charm.The organization has announced plans to open a marijuana establishment at 2727
WILLIAMSTOWN -- A golf instructor who ran a clinic for children in recent years has retired amid reports that he sexually assaulted students decades ago, while he was a teacher at a Connecticut ...
DALTON Leave the billiards, take the name.The Select Board, acting as Licensing Board, has approved a transfer of a liquor license to Wilkinson Enterprises Inc., solely directed by Marc
To the editor:In favoring a moratorium on marijuana-related businesses in New Marlborough, town voters made their wishes clear: They wish to take a closer look at the town's zoning and decide how to
North Division DruryCoach: Morgan Schafer (second year)Last Season: 5-15Key Returnees: Cassie Crosier, Sr. SS; Anna Dix, Jr. C; McKeena Pevey, Jr.
Q: I started taking potassium pills about five years ago. Then after a few months, I began to have anxiety attacks so severe that I could barely talk to people. Finally, I read warnings about
Usually paired with smaller companions like Kevin Hart or Moana, Dwayne Johnson is for once the diminutive one in "Rampage," a hopelessly bland and bizarrely self-serious monster movie.Johnson plays
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) The lights dimmed and the crowd of men and women erupted into applause and hoots as Hollywood's blockbuster "Black Panther" premiered in Saudi Arabia's first movie theater.
Elba returns to his roots by playing a struggling DJ.
Religious groups who stigmatize LGBT people should be aware of the potential damage they can do.
ALONG THE ISRAEL-GAZA BORDER (AP) The flareup of deadly violence in Gaza is of a new kind, even in the inventive annals of Mideast conflicts: Israeli soldiers shooting at Palestinian demonstrators burning tires and hurling firebombs across what looks like an international border, inflicting casualties while claiming concerns of a mass breach of the barrier. This is an AP analysis on the roots of the conflict in Gaza.
Officials have announced a mid-June start date for new high-frequency, high-speed rail service between New Haven, Connecticut and Springfield, Massachusetts.
In her book, 'Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change,' Mary Beth Pfeiffer presents evidence from all viewpoints, but her narrative sides with those who distrust the Lyme disease tests, seek more expansive - and expensive -- therapies, and believe Lyme is a tragic long-term problem for thousands of victims. She argues government underfunding of Lyme research is a scandal and current treatment flawed.
With their pudding-crazed businessmen and slurping samurai, these programmes will have you binge-watching in no time I have had it with British food programmes. Almost without exception, they have driven themselves headfirst into the ground. Our celebrity cookery shows have long since drowned in a morass of tweeness.
The blistering pace of wind and solar energy investment is outflanking the Turnbull government's target for carbon emissions cuts under its National Energy Guarantee, ramping up pressure for deeper cuts, a new report says.
Green Energy Markets says the capacity of wind and solar energy projects under construction, contracted or expected or due to be contracted under state and corporate auctions already exceeds the amount expected to be built under the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) with the government's current emissions reduction target.
Livongo Health, a Bay Area-based developer of devices and software for managing chronic health conditions, has acquired Retrofit, a Chicago startup that develops programs designed to help people lose weight and prevent disease.
Mountain View, CA-based Livongo, which last week raised a $105 million round of outside investment, says that its purchase of Retrofit will allow Livongo to more fully address the needs of people who live with diabetes, hypertension, and other chronic conditionsand those at risk of developing one.
As we finally sow seeds and plant potatoes in the belated spring sunshine, it's a good moment to reflect on a not so surprising fact - that producing good food needs people, their knowledge and seeds suitable for local soils and tastes. And that's what provides most people in the world with their food.
Three papers call for parents-to-be to improve their health before planning for a baby Expert: "There's more to pre-conception health for men ..
When Noshaba Afzal's daughter was bullied, she decided she had a choice. Accept it or say: "No, this is not the America we want it to be.
Getting your marketing and sales teams to see eye-to-eye may seem like an impossible task. Sure, you know the value of both and how they affect each other's roles, but they can't seem to accept the fact that one can't live without the other.
Journalists at the Chicago Tribune, long an anti-labor stronghold, informed management on Wednesday that they are preparing to unionize. The announcement marks the latest data point in a unionization trend that has seen organizing at both digital-only outlets and legacy print organizations.
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