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PITTSFIELD — Berkshire County has numerous cultural attractions, several high end homes, and a restaurant in Lenox that recently received the coveted five diamond rating from the AAA. But underneath that shiny surface, it's no secret that many … more
PITTSFIELD — A Superior Court Judge said Monday he intends to authorize the settlement between the state and the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. to pay for acquiring additional conservation land and to compensate landowners for the granting of easements. more
SHEFFIELD — With municipal expenses rising, Berkshire County towns are looking harder at sharing just about anything — from municipal equipment and software to employees. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — The past, present, and future of the 130-year-old Clinton African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church were on everyone's mind on Monday."We want to preserve the legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois," said Clinton Church Restoration Chairman Wray Gunn during his … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The reconstruction of a portion of Water Street, a project that has been on a back burner for nearly 10 years, is back on track as state officials take the coming year to acquire construction easements and plan on work to start early next year. more
WEST STOCKBRIDGE — Residents of the Mill Pond Trailer Park on Route 41 expect to see rents rise, but would like improvements made.The town's Select Board is reviewing whether the park's owners, the Gennari family, are justified in levying a … more
STOCKBRIDGE — For those chosen few who may have an old drawing or doodle by iconic artist Norman Rockwell in the house, you may want to get it insured. An original charcoal self-portrait by Rockwell was recently appraised at $35,000 on the popular PBS show "Antiques Roadshow." more
NORTH ADAMS — By the time the sun has fully risen on Thursday, the city could find itself in a sprint for half a million dollars. The Small Business Revolution will announce its finalists for a $500,000 prize to assist local businesses; if North Adams is one of those finalists, it will be on the ballot for a rapid week of public voting to determine the final winner. more
NORTH ADAMS — Lost and confiscated pets will soon have a new place to roost.Williamstown and Adams will soon share a new holding kennel North Adams is planning to build using a $200,000 regional efficiency grant from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Administration and Finance. more
WILLIAMSTOWN - Anyone interested in running for town office can file their candidacy through March 21 for the annual town election on May 9.Up for election this year are two seats on the Select Board with three-year terms as the terms of board … more
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