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GREAT BARRINGTON - Amid a national crisis sparked by emboldened white supremacy and spiking tensions, local officials, lawmakers and religious leaders say they, too, are ratcheting up resistance to bigotry and hate in all its guises."This certainly … more
PITTSFIELD — With the state's annual sales tax holiday canceled for the second straight year, a few Berkshire merchants are holding their own versions of that event this weekend by discounting some items.Pittsfield-based Carr Hardware and a … more
NORTH ADAMS — Though the 2018 election may seem far away, the race for governor has already begun. Newton Mayor Setti Warren, a Democratic gubernatorial candidate, stopped by Bright Ideas Brewing in North Adams on Tuesday to introduce himself … more
LENOX — When Thomas Sebestyen moved to Old Stockbridge Road in 1997, he was drawn to the "nice, quiet neighborhood with good schools."Sebestyen, an attorney for Berkshire Children & Families, was among a group of eight neighbors who recently lost their Massachusetts Land Court challenge of the Lenox Zoning Board of Appeals' approval of a hotel at Elm Court. more
NORTH ADAMS — After a whirlwind summer that included a massive expansion into Building 6 and a packed slate of performing arts, Director Joseph Thompson described the fall as a time for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art to "take a … more
PITTSFIELD — Police and fire department personnel descended on a city home early Wednesday after a 33-year-old man suffered severe injuries when a large firework exploded in his hand, according to Pittsfield police. Witnesses reported hearing a "loud bang" from 38 View St. about 7:45 a.m., police said. The injured man, a Pittsfield resident, was transported to Berkshire Medical Center for treatment. more
WINDSOR — The state's chief epidemiologist sayss partner say is responsible for his hospitalization for a severe skin infection there is no reason to worry about a parasite in Windsor Pond (Duke's Pond) … more
Dalton native and portrait artist Brian DiNicola has had an incredible summer.His artwork was selected by juror George Kinghorn, executive director and curator at the University of Maine Museum of Art, in a juried artist book competition hosted by … more
PERU — On a foggy night 75 years ago — August 15, 1942 — Mattie Bishop "saw a huge plane headed south, just above the tree tops" on Garnet Peak. A few minutes later, neighbors heard a crash followed by an explosion.It was the crash … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Residents knew a potential rate hike was just a matter of time, since debt from the town's three-phase wastewater treatment plant overhaul has to be paid for somehow.The lack of surprise apparently made for a calm public … more
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