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  • Williamstown Planning Board Narrows Focus for Waubeeka Zoning Change
    WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Planning Board is leaning toward a proposal to create an overlay district to accommodate a potential inn on the Waubeeka Golf Links property in South Williamstown.   At its most recent meeting, board members once again expressed their preference for using the request from Waubeeka owner Michael Deep as an opportunity […]
  • North Adams Sees 4% Tax Rate Hike; Average Bill Up $65
    NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The City Council on Tuesday night approved a tax rate of $17.39 per $1,000 valuation, up 4 percent over last year. The increase from last year's $16.69 is expected to cost the owner of an average single-family home valued at $134,500 an extra $65 a year. The rate was set when […]
  • Lanesborough Sets Tax Rate, Extends Town Administrator Contract
    LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The tax rate is going up 38 cents, or 2 percent, over last year.   The Board of Selectmen approved a single tax rate of $19.36 per $1,000 of assessed value on Monday to raise the needed $7.6 million for the budget. For the average single-family home valued at $216,761 that will […]

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    Yahoo SportsTragedy likely means end of an Ohio State-Michigan week traditionFOXSports.comThe Ohio State community is dealing with something much worse than losing a football game this week in the aftermath of a tragedy that occurred during an annual tradition that precedes the Michigan game. After an unidentified young man who was found in ...Ohio State moves […]
  • Bernie Sanders wants to raise wages of H-1B workers - Computerworld
    ComputerworldBernie Sanders wants to raise wages of H-1B workersComputerworldU.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wants to reform the H-1B program, in part, by "substantially" raising prevailing wages. Higher wages is one of the things sought by Sanders, who is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, in his just-released ...Candidates pledge to curtail mass incarceration, plans fall far shortLos […]
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    seattlepi.comThe Latest: 5000 in Washington may lack power for holidayseattlepi.comIn this Nov. 20, 2015 photo, Dennis Wheeler, on-site manager for Scenic Mobile Estates in Spirit Lake, Idaho, walks away from the pump house. "We don't need these pipes to freeze," said Wheeler. He placed a smoker near the pipes in the pump house to ...and more »

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