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WILLIAMSTOWN — I was at the right place at the right time on Sept. 1. At the Williamstown Historical Museum, Sarah Currie, director of the museum, was greeting senior citizens who had just exited the Williamstown Council on Aging van. "This is … more
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Museum in its current form is facing certain extinction. It has become painful to read the daily criticism of an organization whose leaders have had the courage to take bold steps to restructure its operating model … more
PITTSFIELD — Very different kinds of events on opposite sides of the world — some natural, one not — combine to remind us of something that much of the world remembers but Americans tend to forget: The United States is a colonial … more
PITTSFIELD — A Pittsfield City Council candidates forum on immigration and the environment has been set for Monday, Sept. 25 at the Berkshire Athenaeum at 6 p.m.and running to 8:50. It is being sponsored by Manos Unidas and Berkshire Green and … more
The examiner is Trish. No last name. Her badge just says Trish in big block letters. And the word going round the parking lot is she's "thorough.""Crap," Danielle Davenport, 17, mutters under her breath. Romance may no longer be the unequivocal code … more
PITTSFIELD — Alzheimer's Disease International designates the month of September as World's Alzheimer's Month. This international campaign raises the awareness of Alzheimer's disease and challenges the stigma that surrounds dementia.The impact … more
BECKET - When the president of this newspaper came to town recently for a coffee gathering at the local general store, one of my more articulate neighbors asked a question about the editorial pages: "Why all this Trump-is-a-jerk stuff? We know he's … more
RICHMOND — So, when they come to the Berkshires, what do the tourist folk do? At Bascom Lodge atop Mount Greylock last week, we had a chance to find out. With two tables set for six for dinner, we learned that strangers would be sharing our … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — On August 31, 11 Williams College students and five Hoosic River Watershed (HooRWA) board members reduced the grass that was threatening to overpower some of the trees and shrubs planted the year before by a similar motley crew … more
WINDSOR — This has been almost perfect bicycle weather so far this summer and cyclists are looking forward to the crisp days of fall for more. The Josh Billings RunAground celebrates the cooler weather for racing and I have engaged in … more
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