|Mass MoCA Celebrates 20 Years With Parties, Music and More|
Annie Lennox will be featured at the May 25 birthday celebration; her installation is on exhibit now.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Mass MoCA's holding holding a summerlong birthday celebration to mark its 20th year with performances, installations, and the return of the Solid Sound
|Biz Briefs: Two Local Businesswomen Being Honored for Achievements|
Two local organizations are honoring two women for their business and community achievements.
Girls Inc. of the Berkshires, a core program of the Gladys Allen Brigham Community Center, has presented the "She Knows Where She’s Going"Award annually since 1990. The award recognizes the achievements of
|Fixed Annuity Could Help Extend Lifespan of Retirement Accounts|
It's almost impossible to save too much for retirement. After all, you could spend two, or even three, decades as a retiree. And retirement is not cheap – even if you maintain a relatively modest lifestyle, some of your expenses, especially those involving health care, may continue to rise over the years. Consequently, you will need
|Pittsfield Council Vote Down Tyer's Home Improvement Program|
Mayor Linda Tyer's plan was designed to help residents make improvements to the exterior of their homes but the council had trouble with the details.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The City Council picked up Mayor Linda Tyer's latest new initiative to provide help for home improvement projects, tossed it in a toter, and
|Lanesborough Police Union Takes Umbrage With Selectmen Comments|
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The Police Association is demanding an apology from Selectmen Robert Ericson for comment he made during last week's board meeting.
Ericson was advocating that a question related to the police station be put to a secret ballot instead of the traditional card raising at town meeting when he
|BCC Students To Be Inducted Into National Honor Society|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College will hold an induction ceremony for students joining the Xi Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa on Thursday, April 25, at 2 p.m. in the Boland Theatre of the Koussevitzky Arts Center on the college's main campus in Pittsfield.
A reception will be held in the theater lobby immediately
|Pittsfield CPA Recommends Dozen Projects to Fund|
Gerry Doyle, the former mayor, was in favor of the plan for pickleball at Springside.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Community Preservation Act Committee is recommending close to $600,000 for a dozen projects.
The group entered this year's process with $613,000 to spend but just slightly more than $1 million
|Historic Lanesborough Elm Tree Receives Maintenance, Inspection|
The Tree and Forest Committee believes the tree may be the most recognized elm tree in all of Berkshire County. It had previously been the largest in the entire state.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Towering more than an estimated 107 feet tall with a wide spanning canopy, King Elmer is in the running for the biggest American elm
|Stop & Shop Strike Ends With Tentative Agreement|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Stop & Shop employees returned to work Monday as grocery chain and the union representing them reached a tentative agreement on Sunday.
The strike lasted 11 days before a breakthrough in talks occurred late Easter Sunday. Membership will still have to vote on the contract for the protest to
|Money Sought For Study on Possible Pittsfield Broadband Network|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city wants to know if it could become an internet service provider.
State Reps. Tricia Farley-Bouiver and Paul Mark have filed a budget amendment calling for "not less than $75,000 be allocated for the purpose of a feasibility study" to determine if the city can and should become an
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