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PITTSFIELD — A robbery at a local variety store was thwarted Wednesday when a customer subdued the suspect as she was trying to leave.Ivy Rogers, 32, of Pittsfield, walked into East Street Video on Lyman Street shortly before 8:45 p.m. and … more
Rabbi Josh Breindel will lead a havdalah service at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, at Tanglewood. The service will be followed by "John Williams' Film Night."Bring a picnic and look for people with blue-and-white balloons gathered on the lawn near the … more
The Stockbridge Sinfonia will give a benefit performance and reception from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21, at First Congregational Church, 4 Main St."Devil's Trill" author and violinist Gerald Elias, audiobook producer Alison Larkin, and … more
Temple Anshe Amunim and Congregation Knesset Israel are sponsoring "Created Equal: Battling Oppression," staged readings of four short plays by Jesse Waldinger illustrating little-known stories of some victims of oppression, at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. … more
PITTSFIELD — Members of the League of Women Voters Central Berkshire Unit will be creating a card of support to the people of Charlotesville, Va., in response to recent events.During tonight's Third Thursdays event, the group invites people to … more
PITTSFIELD — A man was arraigned on three charges Wednesday and pleaded not guilty to each one.Travis T. Perras, 25, of North Adams, appeared in Berkshire Superior Court to face Judge Daniel Ford on one allegation each of armed assault with … more
GREAT BARRINGTON - Amid a national crisis sparked by emboldened white supremacy and spiking tensions, local officials, lawmakers and religious leaders say they, too, are ratcheting up resistance to bigotry and hate in all its guises."This certainly … more
PITTSFIELD — With the state's annual sales tax holiday canceled for the second straight year, a few Berkshire merchants are holding their own versions of that event this weekend by discounting some items.Pittsfield-based Carr Hardware and a … more
NORTH ADAMS — Though the 2018 election may seem far away, the race for governor has already begun. Newton Mayor Setti Warren, a Democratic gubernatorial candidate, stopped by Bright Ideas Brewing in North Adams on Tuesday to introduce himself … more
LENOX — When Thomas Sebestyen moved to Old Stockbridge Road in 1997, he was drawn to the "nice, quiet neighborhood with good schools."Sebestyen, an attorney for Berkshire Children & Families, was among a group of eight neighbors who recently lost their Massachusetts Land Court challenge of the Lenox Zoning Board of Appeals' approval of a hotel at Elm Court. more
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