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CHESHIRE — Principal Peter Bachli ended the day with an unusual announcement over the school's public address system:"Thanks for the memories." more
Robert Blafield, a longtime member of the Berkshires' community who "breathed music," died Saturday following a long illness. He was 89.A composer, pianist, organist, choral director and conductor, Blafield founded the Berkshire Lyric Theatre … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — A political message found traction in Southern Berkshire District Court Tuesday, but some legal terms proved slippery enough to delay action. more
The budget is back. The towns of Monterey and Egremont will hold special town meetings over the next two weeks to vote again on the Southern Berkshire Regional School District budget. Monterey is on the hook for $1,491,576 for school operating and … more
SPRINGFIELD — The defense in a terrorism case involving an Adams suspect is seeking the names of confidential sources who may testify. Alexander Ciccolo's defense also wants the screen names of confidential sources with whom he may have been … more
RICHMOND — Laid out, the hoses look like long multicolored snakes. That was the scene at the Richmond Fire Department on Tuesday afternoon as the company Waterways Inc., of Hyde Park, N.Y., tested the department's ladders and hoses. more
PITTSFIELD — Good people try to be human to one another, observes Drew Herzig, leader of the city's Human Rights Commission.And humane. But sometimes, a little coaching helps. With the city's first Berkshire Pride Festival just days away, … more
RICHMOND — It was moving day for Berkshire Horseworks on Tuesday.But it wasn't just any ordinary moving day. Berkshire Horseworks is an organization that uses horses in a variety of therapies and programs. more
Jennifer Ayotte recently sent us a story about her niece, Grace Hunt of Dalton, whom she calls, "My selfless Grace.""My niece, Grace, is 6 years old. She is an old soul," writes Ayotte. "She's so special and is always looking out for others. A … more
PITTSFIELD — Kristine Hurley has found a new position that matches her passion — and includes a job description that she just couldn't pass up. The managing director of Downtown Pittsfield Inc. for the past three years, Hurley is leaving … more
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