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The fight to restore lost television channels in the Berkshires will be aired Friday in Pittsfield, amid conflicting approaches favored by lawmakers. U.S. Sen. Edward... [Read More]
When Julia Kaplan entered a Walking Our Talk circle, she had just been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.About two months later, after an eight-week session... [Read More]
Charles Robinson was arrested in 2016 after allegedly luring women from Vermont to the Berkshires, with the intent of selling them for sex. [Read More]
Word about getting around in the Berkshires is, well, getting around. More than 4,000 postcards will be mailed this week asking residents of Berkshire County,... [Read More]
The trial of a New York man charged with luring women to Massachusetts and trafficking them for sex is expected to begin in the coming... [Read More]
Before the kickoff of the 12th Buddy Walk of the Berkshires, Christopher Bowlby sat in the grass at Craneville Elementary School, doubled over in laughter... [Read More]
The tale of the rent-stabilized tenant with a house in the Berkshires is often used to point out the shortcomings of rent regulation. But there's... [Read More]
'Black people have been in the Berkshires since the very beginning. We are not the newcomers,' historian Frances Jones-Sneed told an audience of more than... [Read More]
It was one of those perfect New England Moments that no photo can adequately capture: a swirl of butterflies flitting above a patchwork of late-summer... [Read More]
Mrs. Leslie Carter was an actress. She was a cherished stage performer who gently aged into older roles. Her day was more than a century... [Read More]
Autumn in the Berkshires begins with small pops of color dotting the hillsides, before the foliage, on a whole, bursts into opulent arrays of reds,... [Read More]
The theater scene may not be as intense in the coming months as it is during the summer but it is active nonetheless. Here's a... [Read More]
Come on down to the Country Fair at Hancock Shaker VillageGet ready for a fun weekend celebrating the Berkshires' passion for heritage, artisans and music... [Read More]
ARTClark Art Institute: Clark Art Institute and IS183 Art School of the Berkshires present 'Fine Art Video Animation,' a two-day class, $225 plus materials, 10... [Read More]
After the remnants of Hurricane Florence dropped more than two inches of rain on the Berkshires and re-energized flooding along Southwood Brook, town officials are... [Read More]
ART THE ARTIST BOOK FOUNDATION 1327 MASS MoCA Way, Building 13, North Adams 413-398-5600, Through Sept. 29: 'Carole Feuerman: Swimmers' exhibition of hyperrealist artist... [Read More]
The Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires is seeking listings for its 2018 Nonprofit Resource Guide, a publication aimed at helping nonprofits efficiently access information to... [Read More]
The musical road from Boston to the Berkshires is well traveled. On Saturday, East Coast ensemble Neave Trio returns to perform in the 1839 New... [Read More]
LIVE MUSICThe Barn at the Egremont Village Inn17 Main St., South Egremonttheegremontbarn.comThursday, Sept. 20: Mike Cobb and the Crevulators, 8 to 11 p.m. Friday, Sept.... [Read More]
FAMILY FUN Don't forget your bags!Get ready for the Friends of North Adams Public Library's annual book sale, Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to... [Read More]