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LANESBOROUGH — The Sears store in the Berkshire Mall continues to survive. Sears Holding Corp., which owns both Sears and Kmart, has announced another round of store closures, the third in the last two months, and the fourth since March. This … more
SPRINGFIELD — The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Western Massachusetts will sponsor a six session course beginning Wednesday, Aug. 9 to help individuals prepare for the Massachusetts Construction Supervisor's Licensing Exam. … more
PITTSFIELD — Berkshire Bank Foundation, Inc. has selected four nonprofit organizations throughout the bank's six state footprint to each receive a $5,000 grant as part of its Xtraordinary Day Grants. Through the program, Berkshire invited … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Greylock Federal Credit Union will offer a free class, "Creditabilty — Build a Strong Credit History" in Spanish on Thursday, July 20 at the Berkshire South Regional Community Center, 15 Crissey Road. The hours are … more
LENOX — When Jill Zoeller was growing up in northwestern Connecticut, the local pharmacy was more than just a place where her parents went to pick up prescriptions."My mom would bring me and my brother and I would get to rummage on the floor," … more
by Bill SchmickPITTSFIELD — It is something we really haven't seen in quite some time. Back in the day, before the financial crisis, interest rates and stocks most often moved in opposite directions. This week investors got a taste of what the … more
PITTSFIELD — The community of North Adams has been selected by 1Berkshire to receive the 2017 Putting the Berkshires on the Map award, the key honor that will be bestowed at the seventh annual Celebrate the Berkshires event in September. more
BOSTON — For-profit school DeVry University has agreed to pay $455,000 in refunds to resolve allegations that it used deceptive job placement rates in marketing certain online programs to Massachusetts students,according to Attorney General … more
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Family YMCA will hold its Wine, Stein & Punchlines fundraiser on Saturday, July 15 at Berkshire Hills Country Club at 500 Benedict Road. The event is part of A Weekend to Change Lives, a series of events July 15-17 … more
PITTSFIELD — Paul Cantarella Jr., the president of Cantarella & Son Inc. of Pittsfield, has been appointed Massachusetts state chairman of the Mason Contractors Association of America.Cantarella is a fourth generation mason leading … more
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