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WASHINGTON — A pair of hikers with heads up survival skills were found less than two hours after they reported themselves lost on October Mountain State Forest on Sunday evening.Around 6:30 p.m., the unidentified adults called 9-1-1 from their … more
PITTSFIELD — A task force consisting of Berkshire lodging entrepreneurs is planning to meet with 1Berkshire officials in the coming days to craft a formal statement regarding the fairness of the state's lodging tax.The meeting comes in the … more
PITTSFIELD — Two and half hours, one removed seat cushion, and one door partly off its hinges. It was a process, but by 10 a.m. Friday, the Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires' new 2000 Olympia Millennium ice-resurfacer — commonly called a Zamboni … more
My first thoughts: I'm here. I made it. I'm alive, even though my nerves are at an all-time high. I'm ready to conqueror. After all I have to remain fearless for women who haven't found their strength to break free. … more
Washington, D.C. may have been the locus of Saturday's global Women's March, but the force was strong here on the Berkshire County homefront.Carol Phinney Estes and her friend, Sandy Rich, decided to take a stand in the town of Adams, the birthplace … more
NORTH ADAMS — Turning aside the mayor's candidate, Gov. Charlie Baker has chosen a longtime Adams town employee to help guide the North Adams Housing Authority.Baker tapped Patricia Wol in December to take the seat on the authority's board … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Residents of Great Barrington have a chance Monday to comment on a plan to expand affordable senior housing.Berkshire Housing Development Corp. proposes to add 31 units in a three-story addition on the east of the current … more
LENOX — And then there were two.Following the withdrawal by Stockbridge from a potential tri-town shared chief administrator arrangement, Lenox residents will get their first look Tuesday at a redesigned, two-town shared services scenario, … more
WASHINGTON D.C. — Democracy took to the streets Saturday wearing fuzzy pink pussyhats and bearing boldly worded signs.Packed shoulder to shoulder in a crowd that exceeded all predictions, Berkshire County residents at the Women's March on … more
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