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CHESHIRE — The decision to close either Cheshire Elementary or C.T. Plunkett Elementary could come down to finances versus space. Superintendent Robert Putnam declined to formally recommend to the school committee on Monday that it vote to … more
PITTSFIELD — The clock is ticking toward an August deadline for a $76 million wastewater treatment upgrade mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency.And city water and sewer users will pick up the tab for the work. The City Council on … more
WESTBOROUGH — By loosening its pursestrings, the Massachusetts Broadband Institute will provide enhanced choices to dozens of towns clamoring for broadband internet service.The change clears paths for both public and privately owned networks … more
LANESBOROUGH — The 20 Central Berkshire residents gathered at Lanesborough Town Hall were on the same page as Adam Hinds on Monday — even before the state lawmaker arrived for a constituent forum.Hinds was about 45 minutes late for the … more
PITTSFIELD — Berkshire Health Systems and its nurses are at odds over whether its staff-to-patient ratio is adequate. Nurses said they are being asked to care for too many people at once, which increases the risk that something could go wrong … more
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's first address to Congress gives him a welcome opportunity to refocus his young administration on the core economic issues that helped him get elected — and, his allies hope, to move beyond the … more
PORTLAND, Ore. — In the days after President Donald Trump's election, thousands of teenagers across the nation walked out of class in protest. Others rallied to his defense.It was an unusual show of political engagement from future voters who … more
PITTSFIELD — Wednesday marks the start of Music in Our Schools Month, an annual campaign to both drum up support for school-based music education and also to sound off about the struggles schools face in providing students access to … more
STOCKBRIDGE — More condominium "condotel" units, slightly fewer single-family houses and an emphasis on an "agrihood" approach to farming on the property.That was the message to about 120 people attending a weekend open house organized by the … more
Berkshire South Regional Community Center will hold its seventh annual Swim-A-Thon fundraiser on Saturday, March 11.This year's goal is to raise $10,000. All funds raised are used to support adaptive needs programing and equipment at the … more
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