Great Barrington, MA – While visiting several cultural institutions in the Berkshires over the weekend, the senior senator from Massachusetts, Edward Kennedy, spoke about some national issues on his mind. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, has the story;
Springfield, ma – It's a step many hope will bring an end to the Springfield teachers' contract stalemate. A fact-finder's report on the negotiations was released this afternoon. Details from Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Dan Bobkoff.
Great Barrington, MA – With the Massachusetts statewide primary a little more than a month away, two contenders for the First Berkshire District state senate seat are moving ahead with their campaigns. With More, WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo;
Albany, NY – On this week's Capitol Connection Alan Chartock talks to Joe Caruso, director of polling for the Siena Research Institute. The institute just released this week its latest New York Poll, which consulted more than 600 registered New York voters and asked them their thoughts on Eliot Spitzer, the competitive race for attorney general and Hillary Clinton's chances in a 2008 presidential run. Alan and Joe also talk about the ins and outs of the polling process and whether they can affect elections directly.
Williamstown, MA – The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute has received an $800,000 grant from the Kresge Foundation. The Williamstown, Massachusetts museum is in the midst of a $25 million project that will result in additional gallery and other spaces on its 140 acre campus. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, has this report.
Williamstown, MA – A Berkshire County resident recently inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame was honored today in the town where he once resided. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, has the story of Negro league player Frank Grant;