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The town of Dalton will celebrate its designation as an Appalachian Trail Community from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, at Pinegrove Park, 290 High St.The celebration features a family friendly hike, an Appalachian Trail work project, … more
"Aging With Vitality," an informative, interactive discussion on the aging process, will be offered at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18, at Sugar Hill Assisted Living, 45 Main St.Gail Beaudoin, RN, of Porchlight VNA/Home Care, will be the guest … more
Thomas Anthony Cracolici of Pittsfield, son of Anthony and Tammy Cracolici, graduated summa cum laude in April 2017 with a master of architecture degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, earning a 4.0 for the spring 2017 semester and … more
In this week's podcast, Don Morrison confronts a Google engineer's claim that women are biologically unsuited for tech jobs. more
WEST STOCKBRIDGE — As part of his summer program experience, an 18-year-old Littleon, Mass. student named Ian found himself not sitting around a camp fire or making arts and crafts, but putting his hands to work helping Taft Farms' Dan and Martha Tawczynski set up for the town's Friday afternoon farmer's market. more
A 23-year-old Oklahoma man has been arrested after he tried to blow up a bank in downtown Oklahoma City using a vehicle bomb similar to the one that destroyed the federal building there in 1995, federal officials said Monday.The man, Jerry Drake … more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Police in Massachusetts are testing a new database for documenting opioid overdoses they hope will help departments share information in real time and get people into treatment.The database was developed by criminal justice … more
BOSTON — State and city officials on Monday denounced the racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend and pledged to keep Boston safe during a planned rally this Saturday, while acknowledging they know very little about the … more
NORTH ADAMS — Every year, migrants in the United State send more than $400 billion back to developing countries. Part of that money goes not to relatives but to companies like Western Union as remittance fees.A company with Berkshires … more
PITTSFIELD — The dust has settled, and now we know who's running for what.The deadline for filing withdrawals or objections to nominations for office in Pittsfield was Aug. 9, and now the field is set. WardsIn Ward 1, Helen Moon is facing off … more
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