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When shopping for groceries and trying to decide between two items — say, brands of granola bars — how do you determine which is healthier?Doing a little fact-checking as you shop can help you choose what's good for both your health and … more
STOCKBRIDGEIS183 Art School adds new board membersJoyce Bernstein of New Marlborough, Rose Ellis of Williamstown and Robin (Schultz) Gerber of New Marlborough have been added to the board of IS183 Art School of the Berkshires, the board of directors … more
By ALEX VEIGAThe Associated PressNEW YORK — The Dow Jones industrial average rose 303 points Wednesday to finish above 21,000 points for the first time. Major U.S. stock indexes surged in late-afternoon trading to break the mark which was … more
PITTSFIELD — The Grand Concourse. Tremont Avenue. Gun Hill Road. Webster Avenue. They're all main thoroughfares in the Bronx, one of the more urban of New York City's five boroughs. These well-known Bronx street names and many others are … more
PITTSFIELDBHS Urgent Care adds online appointment systemPatients in need of urgent care can reserve their spot in line at Berkshire Health Systems Urgent Care through a new online system that is accessible from home computers, laptops or any mobile … more
PITTSFIELDBCHRA holding financial literacy sessionsThe Berkshire County Regional Housing Authority and Berkshire Housing Services will hold, "Learn More, Burn Less", a series of four workshops on financial literacy that will take place on four … more
PITTSFIELD — General Electric was booming in Pittsfield in 1967 when the International Union of Electrical Workers Local 255 purchased a former department store at 789 Tyler St. to serve as the hub of its business operations. more
J.C. Penney announced Friday that it is planning to close between 130 and 140 stores nationwide and offer buyouts to 6,000 employees as it optimizes its retail operations as part of a plan to restore the company to profitability. more
By STAN CHOE and PAN PYLASThe Associated PressNEW YORK — How much more can the "Trump Bump" lift the stock market?U.S. stocks have screamed to records since Election Day because investors are expecting Donald Trump's White House to cut taxes … more
PITTSFIELD — Stock market averages reached another batch of new highs this week only to fall back in what may be buyer exhaustion. If the trend continues, investors may be looking at a 4-to-5 percent decline from here.It is too early to tell, … more
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