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ADAMS — The five candidates for state representative laid out their platforms and offered a glimpse into their priorities on Monday during a public forum in Adams. Though often echoing each other's goals — like adjusting the state funding mechanism for local schools — the candidates diverged in the nuance of how to achieve them. Eschewing a typical debate format, event host ProAdams instead allotted each of the five 1st Berkshire District candidates 10 minutes to illustrate his or her platform. more
MOUNT WASHINGTON — More than 14 months ago, the Massachusetts Broadband Institute gave this town $230,000, making it only the second "fiber to the home" broadband project to win state … more
PITTSFIELD — Confusion abounded on Tuesday after a representative for Walmart said the company does not plan to go forward with a supercenter in the city. Katie Kinne of Slowey/McManus … more
PITTSFIELD — Police have identified a suspect in the recent shooting death of Asiyanna Jones.Gary Linen, 36, of Pittsfield, known by the street name "G-Black," is believed to have come under … more
NORTH ADAMS — He had a sharp mind, a scathing wit, and the audacity to say what he really thought no matter how impolite.The likes of former City Councilor Clark Billings, who died last weekend … more
Berkshire homeowners earned nearly $2 million this summer by renting to Tanglewood performers, staffers and concertgoers, according to a report by the online rental service Airbnb.The report came in … more
PITTSFIELD — Hancock Shaker Village will be getting into the holiday spirit this fall.For the first time, the living museum is offering special weekend programs and events from late-October until a week before Dec. 25.The schedule unveiled this … more
BOSTON — Massachusetts legislators appear to be on the same page in facilitating telehealth and telemedicine in the commonwealth. At least in the eastern part of the state.Telemedicine might … more
PITTSFIELD — Patricia and Edward McLaughlin remember the old days of this section of Tyler Street. "The library annex [for the Berkshire Athenaeum] was a little ways up the street," said Patricia, pointing east. "The Lee Supermarket was where … more
PITTSFIELD — Diane Kelly, chief operating officer of Berkshire Medical Center, signed on the line. So did Julie Pinkham, executive director of the Massachusetts Nurses Association. Three years … more
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