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PITTSFIELD — #museumgate.That is what graphic designer Mark Tomasi has called the controversy surrounding Berkshire Museum's plan to sell 40 works of art as part of its $60 million "reinvention plan."And as a show of his support for the plan, … more
PITTSFIELD — Family and friends gathered at the Second Congregational Church on Sunday, Aug. 13, for the funeral of Wilbert N. Stockton Sr., Pittsfield’s first African-American city councilor. more
"Teach love, not hate." "True patriots are for each other." "White silence = white violence." Berkshire-area residents on Sunday afternoon let their homemade signs speak to their outrage over the deadly clash of white nationalists and anti-racism … more
LENOX — For nearly 30 years, rock, jazz, blues and folk fans flocked to the county's magnet for emerging and already prominent big names from Louis Armstrong to Bruce Springsteen, prime examples of an impressive list of notable performers.… more
DALTON — Christmas is coming early for local stationery enthusiasts.The Dalton Community Recreation Association is getting ready for its annual stationery sale, which supports community events … more
SALISBURY, CONN. — A vintage, single engine plane that took off from Great Barrington late Sunday afternoon crashed in the Northwest hills of Connecticut. more
PITTSFIELD — The suspect in a January fatal hit-and-run crash has a new court-appointed lawyer.Robert D. Smith's original attorney, Nathaniel Green, had to withdraw from the case Monday due to conflicts of interest involving potential … more
PITTSFIELD — Walla Walla, Wash., aspires to be one. So do Tarpon Springs, Fla., and Pottstown, Penn.And since October, human service leaders in Berkshire County have been striving to create the same thing: a "trauma-informed community." more
PITTSFIELD — When police responded to an assault report Aug. 3, they found a 76-year-old victim bruised, bloodied and unable to walk. more
PITTSFIELD — There was a significant percentage of people at Saturday morning's protest in front of the Berkshire Museum who admitted to being angry. Others said they were frustrated by the museum's plan to sell at total of 40 pieces of art to … more
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