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BERKSHIRESState gas prices rise slightlyState gasoline prices rose one cent this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's Monday survey of state gas prices found self-serve, unleaded averaging $2.17 per gallon. The Massachusetts price is 12 cents … more
FIND YOUR MISSION: It's all about having a purpose LEE — I first came to the Berkshires from Ethiopia in the fall of 2010 to pursue a high-quality education. After … more
PITTSFIELD — Jonathan Butler grew up in Adams, graduated from Hoosac Valley High School, attended college in New Hampshire, and began his professional career in Boston.It was a well-worn path for millennials, those between the ages of 20 and … more
PITTSFIELD — At first, #R3SET sounds like it could be the name of a droid in Star Wars and, in a way, it is. Like R2-D2 and C-3PO, this local startup, an interactive media company which bills itself as "the first member-owned media network for change makers," seeks to meld technology with organic human emotion and interaction. more
NORTH ADAMS — The week before Grace Clark was scheduled to fly to China last summer to take a job teaching English for a year she received a phone call from the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.Jodi Joseph, Mass MoCa's director of … more
PITTSFIELD — Ron Griffin began his business career working in what he refers to as the "old IBM white shirt and tie environment," the kind of culture that was both structured and rigid.But the modern workplace isn't like that. more
PITTSFIELD — Faith Gagliardi can pay her living expenses with one of her monthly paychecks, but not both. The equivalent of more than one of those paychecks that she earns as a digital marketing specialist for 1Berkshire goes toward lowering … more
When David C. Hall drives around Pittsfield, he sometimes gets a nudge about an errand he meant to run. Not from a passenger. From an app called Errands. Hall's phone sends him a text message that he's passing the hardware store on his to-do list, … more
How do you make living and working in the Berkshires viable and sustainable? Be creative. The demographics and economy of the county are changing. As the traditional models of manufacturing and 9-to-5 work days fade away, businesses have adopted … more
PITTSFIELD — Thomas Weiland began playing football when he was eight years old. He gave up the sport following his freshman year in high school because it "just wasn't fun anymore."So Weiland, 21, took up skateboarding. Five years later, he's … more
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