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A transformational, historic milestone for the Boston Symphony's commitment to Tanglewood.That was the message from speakers at Friday evening's ceremonial groundbreaking for the $40 million working-goal investment by the Boston Symphony to create a … more
PITTSFIELD —Love trumped hate decisively on Saturday afternoon, as more then 500 area residents joined together for an afternoon of singing, chanting and goodwill on Park Square at a rally against racism and hatred. The rally was organized as an … more
For many Berkshire families, back-to-school time spells financial struggle.There simply isn't enough money to buy all the supplies their student needs for the upcoming school year.Warren Dews Jr., New England Newspapers' chief consumer sales and … more
SHEFFIELD — Family, friends and a phalanx of firefighters packed Our Lady of the Valley Church on Saturday morning for the funeral of former Mount Everett High School graduate Robert Alexander, who died earlier this week. Alexander, 43, died … more
It's the kind of highly anticipated event that stops people in their tracks.Every few decades the moon, in its course, orbits between the sun and our Earth in such a way that it completely obscures our most precious source of heat and light from … more
It's the kind of highly anticipated event that stops people in their tracks.Every few decades the moon, in its course, orbits between the sun and our Earth in such a way that it completely obscures our most precious source of heat and light from … more
MONTEREY — Sandboarding down the dunes to the pristine beaches, then surfing the ocean waves or fishing or snorkeling in the azure blue waters. Living in Cabo Frio, Brazil, sounds like living in paradise."It pretty much is," agrees 29-year-old Ruda Fabiano … more
Editor's note: This story contains strong language that may not be suitable for some readers.By Bob Dunnbdunn@berkshireeagle.comADAMS — "Frank" said he was molested about a dozen times over the two months that he was working for Clement St. … more
Editor's note: This story contains graphic content that may not be suitable for some readers.By Bob Dunnbdunn@berkshireeagle.comADAMS — When William Howcroft was visiting his hometown for his father's birthday back in 2006, he stopped by Adams … more
PITTSFIELD - As the heat rises in what has grown into a deadly summer of hate, the Southern Poverty Law Center is advising citizens and activists to stay away from neo-Nazi and other white nationalist rallies, and protest bigotry in other locations … more
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