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The town's Department of Public Works facility could be harnessing the sun's energy by the end of the year.
MA CLARK ROUSSEAU,1ST LD-WRITETHRU WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - The Clark Art Institute has acquired a landscape by a 19th century artist Pierre Etienne Theodore Rousseau , one of the prime examples of the Barbizon School of painting.
The boundaries of opportunity have change, "but we need to make sure that
the boundaries of discrimination keep moving." She says, "the defense of
marriage act is just wrong, we shouldn't be telling the people of
Massachusetts how we run our families."
"I am proud to say that I believe I will be a good U.S. senator because I
grew up in North Adams."
She finishes speaking -- a total of about 10 minutes, leaves the stage and
then returns to say happy thanksgiving.
"Many of you remember my dad and his sense of integrity, he didn't say
much . . . many of you wondered how he could sell insurance . . . but when
he spoke, you listened to him."
When a recession hits North Adams, it hits harder here, she says. She says
she understands how far it is "out here." She recalls her father dressed
as "Smokey the Bear" in the North Adams Fall Foliage Parade.
She recites her support of the so-called "public option" in the Senate
health-care reform package. She talks about environment, and providing for
cost-effective energy. "It's complicated ... and it's not a 30-second or
North Adams Mayor-elect Richard Alcombright, a banker, is now introducing
Coakley. He said next to her in elementary school, he says. He is reciting
her bio. He says it is rare to work with someone "who's vision is so
positive." He says her vision is aligned with North Adams -- a city of
about 14,000 people suffering along with much of Western Massachusetts
with economic hard times.
Alcombright says she is committed to the elderly, helping with youth
poverty, and is concerned "about keeping us safe" to find resources to
maintain police and safety services and is committed to veterans services.
About 20 people from across the state submitted questions to
GreylockNews.com and we've given them all to Gus Bickford, political
director of the Coakley campaign -- firstname.lastname@example.org -- he says he'll
get us all answers.
-- bill densmore
Coverage will begin on WilliNet Channel 17 beginning at 7 p.m. with commentator Richard Taskin and Paul Hopkins. Hopkins, who works at North Adams Regional Hospital, was a longtime radio news reporter on WNAW in North Adams. Taskin is an attorney who does public defender work.
Also, Dane said WilliNet is currently airing the North Adams mayoral debate of Oct. 14 starting at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday and again at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
For more information call WilliNet at 458-0900 or email email@example.com
Help support Mt. Greylock Arts Programming by buying fresh citrus fruit for yourself and others.
The juicy fruit is picked the same day it's trucked to Williamstown in early December or sent by mail anywhere in the country arriving by Dec. 24th (your choice)!
The prices are great (as low as $20 a box) and buying is online-easy! Order deadline is November 18th so don't delay!!!
Place your order at: https://www.fruitorder.com/orderFundraising_pre3.asp?OrgId=454470
Questions? Contact Paula Consolini at firstname.lastname@example.org/413-884-4283 or ask anyone you know on the Friends of the Arts team.
Please tell all your friends and think Citrus gifts this holiday season!