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STOCKBRIDGEBerkshire Botanical Garden opening May 1The Berkshire Botanical Garden will open for its 83rd season on Monday, May 1. The first day will be followed by Roy Boutard Day on Sunday, May 7, which serves as the garden's annual opening day … more
PITTSFIELDBCHRA holding financial literacy coursesThe Berkshire County Regional Housing Authority and Berkshire Housing will hold another edition of its "Learn More, Burn Less" financial literacy workshops next month.The workshop's four sessions … more
MASSACHUSETTSState gas prices increaseAverage retail gasoline prices in Massachusetts rose 3.7 cents over the past week, averaging $2.36 per gallon on Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 2,830 state gas outlets. The national average … more
PITTSFIELDBBPW offering Career Advancement scholarshipsThe Berkshire Business and Professional Women organization is again awarding career advancement scholarships to working women who reside in Berkshire County. Scholarships may be used for … more
BERKSHIRESRotary International Conference in Rhode IslandRotary International's Multi-District Conference will take place from April 28-30 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, R.I. The Northern Connecticut/Western Massachusetts … more
BERKSHIRESMcDonald's holding hiring day next weekThe 67 McDonald's restaurants in the greater Albany, N.Y. area, which includes Berkshire County and Bennington County, Vt., will hold a hiring day to add new employees on Tuesday, April 25. The event … more
GREAT BARRINGTONNonprofit Center launching magazineThe Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires will be launching, "Connections", a new magazine for the nonprofit sector, in July. The publication will have an initial circulation of 1,000 copies that will … more
PITTSFIELD — It was another week of volatility that saw stock averages bounce up and down within a well-defined range. It is what happens when investors are unsure of the future, but this period of uncertainty may be ending.Buoyed on the … more
PITTSFIELD — The nature of the relationship between organized labor and management means there are always going to be ups and downs.Strikes and work stoppages will occur, and accusations will continue to be lobbed back and forth across the … more
By MARK PRATTThe Associated PressBOSTON — People looking for the perfect family pet tend to choose a dog based on appearance or breed — but that's barking up the wrong tree."If you think they're cute, you bring them home," said Jodi … more
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