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NORTHAMPTON — A week after floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey barreled into Houston's streets last Sunday, many residents remain trapped in their homes and are turning to social media as a lifeline. Some of their calls for help are being … more
BOSTON — Four-term state Rep. Paul Mark, D-Peru, has been quietly exploring his viability as a candidate for higher office, according to Democratic Party insiders who say Mark has been testing his support within the activist community … more
LEE — Now that the historic High Lawn Farm has put the finishing touches on its seven-year, multi-million dollar renovation and restoration — including the reconstruction of the original 1915 hay barn and other buildings that burned down … more
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Museum's two Norman Rockwell paintings are estimated to fetch as much as the 38 other artworks slated for the auction block at Sotheby's in the coming months. "Shuffleton's Barbershop" and "Blacksmith's Boy — … more
PITTSFIELD — City police are investigating a shooting incident early Saturday in which an Appleton Avenue home was struck by gunfire. Multiple shots were fired about 1:30 a.m., and one round pierced the home's exterior, traveled through an … more
Sunday was "winds"day as gusts up to 50 mph dropped trees onto power lines, knocking out electricity service to nearly 500 homes and businesses throughout Berkshire County.Eversource customers … more
NORTH ADAMS — After more than 24 years with the Berkshire Food Project, its longtime leader, Valerie Schwarz, is set to retire in September."It's the end of an era for the agency," said Jim Mahon, president of the Berkshire Food Project's … more
"There are people here who are undocumented, unapologetic and unafraid. And we're going to stand with them."That's how Moises Roman, a junior at Williams College, described his response to President Donald Trump's canceling the Deferred Action for … more
PITTSFIELD — A group who opposes Berkshire Museum's pending auction will hold a demonstration today at Park Square.The group's action begins at 11 a.m. and will feature several speakers, including Carol Diehl, Linda Cleary, Hope Davis and … more
LENOX — A plan to put the public library's operations, budget and most of its staff under the wing of Town Hall is on the table for action by the Select Board and by voters at a special town … more
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