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NORTH ADAMS — By 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, they had a put up a 28-by-16-foot stage, and by midnight tonight, it'll all be down and packed away. Such is the life of a stage concert crew.Except in the case of the 11 people responsible for this … more
PITTSFIELD — Embracing a mantra repeated by leaders citywide, the Pittsfield Public Schools Committee has approved a budget that's a quarter million dollars less than the current year. more
STOCKBRIDGE — The Boston Symphony Orchestra's $30 million multi-use complex on the Tanglewood grounds has been cleared for construction beginning next fall. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Working together to find solutions to the problems of a countywide decline in enrollment and an increase in costs. more
PITTSFIELD — For the second Saturday, a familiar face will be missing this weekend at Wandering Star Craft Brewery. No, Fuggle the brewery cat hasn't gone AWOL again. Christopher Post, the 15-barrel brewery's founder and guiding light, lies in a Boston hospital recovering from a harrowing injury. more
SANDISFIELD — A group of activists are planning a peaceful demonstration in Otis State Forest on Friday to protest pipeline construction that will require clearing roughly 29 acres of state-owned forest to expand an existing pipeline … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — "We have to stand with anybody standing on the side of justice — that's the legacy of Du Bois." That was the message from NAACP President Cornell William Brooks on Wednesday evening. more
LENOX — Medical marijuana purveyors and growers would be barred from the downtown and Lenox Dale commercial districts under a revised zoning proposal adopted unanimously by the Planning Board for a decision by voters at the annual town … more
LEE — The annual spring flushing of the water mains in town likely contributed to a burst pipe leaving hundreds of homeowners high and dry for several hours Tuesday night.Lee Department of Public Works Superintendent Christopher Pompi said the … more
LANESBOROUGH — First proposed four years ago, the question of expanding the Mount Greylock Regional School District to all grades could go before Lanesborough and Williamstown voters this fall.The Mount Greylock School Committee may ask both … more
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