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NORTH ADAMS — The Berkshire Eagle held a reception to officially open its North Berkshire News Bureau at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. more
LENOX — Shakespeare & Company has found itself on the receiving end of a string of angry messages about a production of "Julius Caesar" that culminates in the murder of a character who bears a striking resemblance to President Donald Trump. more
Forecasters are urging residents in the region to beware of potentially severe thunderstorms and possible flash flooding on Monday afternoon into early Tuesday. more
PITTSFIELD — Jeffrey Roucoulet's days are spent surrounded by tall grass, excessive trash and illegal dumping. Such is the life of a nuisance control officer. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Jeff Kross and 10-year-old son Owen typically play table tennis by stringing a net across the dining room table at their home in Delmar, N.Y. On Sunday, the paddling duo actually got to strike the little white plastic ball on a real table tennis "court" thanks to the Clark Art Institute. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Two men with a gas detector climb down a narrow cylinder to the wastewater pumps, while one waits above in case something goes wrong. They have to wear gloves and safety glasses — even a sanitation suit at times. more
LANESBOROUGH — Three ballot questions dominate a contest-free annual town election on Tuesday. Voters must decide if the Select Board should appoint members of the cemetery commissioner — typically elected positions — in part because it has been difficult to get residents to run for the seven seats. more
LENOX — Despite a series of frustrating setbacks, proponents of an in-town dog park are pressing their efforts to find a suitable location for their animal companions to romp, socialize and enjoy a place of their own. The most recent proposed … more
ADAMS — Emma, Lily and Hailey Stowell, three sisters from Orange (the town, not the color), are exactly the demographic for which the Berkshire Mountains Faerie Festival was created."We're here because Emma and Hailey are obsessed with … more
LENOX — A global, Berkshire-based textiles company is branching out by launching a retail store and a luxury bed-and-breakfast inn, both in the heart of downtown. Annie Selke Cos., which employs 194 people, including 149 in Pittsfield, aims to … more
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