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Massachusetts was ahead of the curve in moving to protect the rights and civil liberties of transgender students. The Trump administration is seeking to undermine those rights at the federal level, but the White House's assertion that state laws … more
More than three years since Massachusetts voters approved a referendum allowing the use of medical marijuana, Berkshire County is finally getting its first dispensary. This should provide first-hand answers to concerns about the clinics raised in … more
The Boston Symphony Orchestra's investment in its Tanglewood campus is significant for its size and cost, but the most important aspect may be that the multi-use complex will be used year-round. A long-time summer presence, Tanglewood will be … more
About 23 days after Pittsfield Police Officer Martin Streit resorted to the use of deadly force to stop a suspect, allegedly racing toward officers in his vehicle, investigators cleared him of potential criminal charges. While we have no grounds on … more
Creative thinking is a pillar of economic growth. Like all former manufacturing communities, North Adams could use more of it. An intriguing project underway at 49 Main Street stands ready to help incubate big ideas. That's the purpose of the MCLA … more
Creative thinking is a pillar of economic growth. Like all former manufacturing communities, North Adams could use more of it. An intriguing project underway at 49 Main Street stands ready to help incubate big ideas. That's the purpose of the MCLA … more
For Pittsfield’s refugee resettlement program, it’s steady as she goes but wary, however, of a potential rocky shoal in Washington, D.C. more
Back in the days of the Showplace, the Palace and the Capitol, a bustling downtown Pittsfield featured thriving movie theaters, and when a push came to revive downtown a decade ago it was clear that a downtown movie theater would have to be a … more
When cities boast, recycling rates are rarely mentioned. In Pittsfield, there's a reason: They're nothing to brag about. The city lags the state average on recycling, but that poor showing can improve if a proposal to revamp trash collection … more
For decades, Adams has tried without success to find a way to benefit from the natural beauty of Greylock Glen without destroying that beauty in the process. It may finally be on the verge of locating that middle ground.The town has received 13 … more
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