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In this week's podcast, Don Morrison confronts a Google engineer's claim that women are biologically unsuited for tech jobs. more
NORTH ADAMS — Every year, migrants in the United State send more than $400 billion back to developing countries. Part of that money goes not to relatives but to companies like Western Union as remittance fees.A company with Berkshires … more
PITTSFIELD — The dust has settled, and now we know who's running for what.The deadline for filing withdrawals or objections to nominations for office in Pittsfield was Aug. 9, and now the field is set. WardsIn Ward 1, Helen Moon is facing off … more
PITTSFIELD — More trees in Pittsfield will bring down energy costs, but the program tasked with planting them is having trouble taking root. A statewide program to increase tree cover in urban neighborhoods — which decreases both wind … more
LENOX — As more than 150 guests celebrated the formal dedication on Sunday of the Chabad Lenox Jewish Center on West Street, local leaders, politicians and donors warmly welcomed the traditional Jewish movement's upcoming relocation from … more
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
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