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PITTSFIELD — Unemployment dropped dramatically in the Berkshires last year, while average weekly wages rose. Sounds good, right? more
PITTSFIELD — The majority of the artwork Berkshire Museum intends to sell at auction has left the Berkshires.The museum announced plans earlier this month for a $60 million "reinvention" largely dependent on the sale of 40 works from its … 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
PITTSFIELD — For nearly six weeks, a defense attorney has been trying to examine the gun used by a city police officer in a January shooting.After some confusion about who had custody of the weapon, the city has made made arrangements to hand … more
Leaders of the former North Adams Regional Hospital will not face penalties for failing to provide adequate public notice of their plan to close in 2014, the state Attorney General's office revealed Wednesday.The decision was detailed in letters … more
PITTSFIELD — While a new law sets terms for recreational marijuana sales in Massachusetts, local officials have a lot to learn.To jump-start their understanding, the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission will convene a free workshop Aug. 31 … more
Dalton native and portrait artist Brian DiNicola has had an incredible summer.His artwork was selected by juror George Kinghorn, executive director and curator at the University of Maine Museum of Art, in a juried artist book competition hosted by … more
PERU — No one was seriously injured in a house fire that left a house heavily damaged last weekend.The fire was reported at about 11:40 a.m. on Sunday. Peru, Hinsdale, Middlefield, Worthington and Cheshire fire departments were all called to … more
PITTSFIELD — Five years ago, Blue Q owners Seth and Mitchell Nash constructed a 340,000-kilowatt solar array in a vacant field adjacent to the 150,000-square-foot building that they own at 703 West Housatonic St. more
LANESBOROUGH — Voters have approved spending for an additional teacher at Lanesborough Elementary School, where the fall's kindergarten class has grown well beyond expectations.At Tuesday's annual town meeting, residents also agreed to ban … more
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