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Goundo Behanzin doesn’t want to name the bank that turned down his business loan application. He laughs about it now, proud of his Berkshire International Market on Pittsfield’s North … more
DORSET, Vt. —The search for a missing Bennington College student at the Dorset Quarry has been called off for today, according to Vermont State Police. They will resume the search there tomorrow. more
PITTSFIELD - Julia Dixon has spent the better part of the past four years helping artists and other creatives understand how to excel as entrepreneurs.   Now, the creative economy … more
PITTSFIELD — Robert Paterson to the principal's office. That was the echoing intercom call Friday afternoon. Paterson, a slim, athletic teen wearing a tie and v-neck sweater, got his stuff together. He rounded a corner by a marble statue of St. Joseph, ready to … more
PITTSFIELD — When it comes to produce, Hancock Shaker Village is going local. Outside-the-front-door local. The living history museum has entered a partnership with Stockbridge-based Main Street Hospitality Group, which will assume management … more
Nearly 10 years ago, Gov. Deval Patrick came to Becket with a promise of information-age equity: broadband internet service across Western Massachusetts. By 2011, he said. And yet the the “digital divide” persists. more
PITTSFIELD —- Keith Palmer was confused. Standing inside the Beacon Cinema before a matinee showing Tuesday afternoon, the Dalton resident wondered whether he would be parked legally for the duration of the movie. more
LEE — A current and former Lee firefighter are in line to become the town's first-ever fire chief/ambulance squad director.Ryan Brown, training officer for the Lee Fire Department, and Dalton Fire Chief Gerald Cahalan Jr., have emerged as … more
PITTSFIELD — Nearly a quarter of the way through her first term, Mayor Linda M. Tyer believes she has largely made good on three campaign promises meant to strengthen the largest city in the Berkshires.Tyer, who defeated incumbent Daniel … more
0.7 percent.That's about how much the $650,000 cut to the Massachusetts Emergency Food Assistance Program represents out of Gov. Baker's $98 million in state budget cuts announced on Tuesday.This amounts to less meals all over the state, including … more
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