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PITTSFIELD — It seemed as though just about everyone had a sign at the March For Science on Saturday at the Pittsfield Common. That included dogs like Franco, a small mixed breed canine who sported a "Doggies For Science" sign tied around his … more
ADAMS — Longtime town resident Elizabeth Bushey is running for the Select Board in Adams, She will face off against two opponents for a single seat on the Select Board in the upcoming town election. Though not a native of Adams, she's lived … more
WILLIAMSTOWN - "If we don't win the climate fight soon, we don't win."Environmentalist Bill McKibben repeated that theme during an appearance at Williams College on Thursday.Climate change is happening faster and in a more damaging fashion than … more
NORTH ADAMS — The City Council agreed this week to absorb the assets of nonprofit Housing Opportunities Inc., but not before members asked questions about two of its properties. City councilors sought assurances Tuesday that the city would be … more
GREAT BARRINGTON - Linda Shafiroff says she is finally going to bring out of hiding the busy custom building business she co-owns with Sarah Stiner.The two principals of Creative Building Solutions, a Green Certified firm, are about to build their … more
PITTSFIELD — Parity law, wage and workforce gaps, and wait times were among the problems participants presented to state delegates during the recent annual Berkshire County Mental Health Legislative Forum.Attended by some 60 mental health care … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Call it the Case of the Pilfered Portrait. FBI investigators recently returned a purloined Norman Rockwell painting to its owner in New Jersey, solving a 40-year mystery of its disappearance. more
SOUTH EGREMONT — The two-room schoolhouse in the center of this village stands on the brink.Will it survive after a more than a century, or fall victim to eroding financial support?It was divulged earlier this spring that the Southern … more
NEW MARLBOROUGH — Keep it small, have some water on hand, and make sure the surrounding area is clear.That's some of the advice offered by local and state officials to Berkshire residents as the brush burning season winds down."This time of … more
PITTSFIELD — The American Renaissance writers were mid-19th century visionaries whose work has endured long after their deaths. Now a project inspired by their work in the city has brought an innovative construction technology here. Beginning … more
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