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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
PITTSFIELD — It was midafternoon Tuesday, the sun hot, and Alexandra Neary, Carol Frechette and Kathy Cimini were catching up on a Pittsfield sidewalk.As old friends are wont to do, up and down … more
NORTH ADAMS — There are five people on the ballot for the city's next mayor, but only four are actively campaigning. Three candidates were allowed to participate in a mayoral forum on Thursday night, ahead of Tuesday preliminary's election … more
Twice in his museum career, Van W. Shields has seen a $60 million solution. The latest, to “reboot” the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, faces turbulence over its central strategy: the sale of 40 works from its collection. The other time Shields pushed a $60 million plan to transform a regional museum, it hit more than rough air. Shields’ dream of creating a new kind of museum in York County, South Carolina, crashed amid allegations of bad management, inadequate fundraising, institutional secrecy, loose spending, and an initial disregard for the archaeological legacy of the Catawba Indian Nation. more
PITTSFIELD — Three strikes, three stories. In Boston, any labor-management fractures that might have deepened during a July strike by registered nurses seem to be healing. In Greenfield, … more
PITTSFIELD — The executive director of the Berkshire Museum began to speak of "monetizing" the institution's art holdings soon after arriving in 2011, according to a former collections manager. "He'd ask, 'Why do we need all these Japanese … more
PITTSFIELD — City police have taken into custody a man who was reportedly threatening to harm himself Monday afternoon at an Elm Street home. Michael Marchetti, 36, was arrested without incident … more
PITTSFIELD — A city man's bail has been revoked after he he tried to urinate on a group of people on the street below his apartment window.Josiah L. Helmer, 21, stuck his head out the window of … more
NORTH ADAMS — Henry Bourdon didn't even see the fox until it jumped out of the bushes.Bourdon, 66, was walking his dog behind Greylock School about 6:30 p.m. Sunday when the animal lunged … more
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