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LENOX — A colorful relic of the town's storied Gilded Age era comes alive Saturday when the Colonial Carriage and Driving Society, based at Orleton Farm in Stockbridge, presents the 25th Lenox Tub Parade since the event was revived in 1990. … 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
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
DALTON — An ongoing town effort to increase energy efficiency got a boost on Thursday in the form of a grant to help complete projects in development and assist the town in applying for more funding through the state's Green Communities … more
CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley High School was the target of a threat of an attack by a man with local ties last month that school and law enforcement officials deemed not to be credible.The shooting threat was made via a Facebook post on the … more
PITTSFIELD — Don't crush the American dream, urged rallygoers on Thursday. About 40 people gathered at the Park Square rally, holding signs bleeding in the rain as a chorus of supportive honks bounced off downtown buildings. The rally came two … more
SANDISFIELD — With four miles of new pipeline now in the ground, and a water discharge permit in hand, Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. workers Wednesday pumped water from Lower Spectacle Pond in Otis State Forest to test the pipeline for weak spots … more
LENOX — Proficient — that's the overall School Committee evaluation of Superintendent Timothy Lee.On instructional leadership, management and operations, the consensus of the committee members was that Lee had achieved a proficient … more
PITTSFIELD — First responders tended to an apparent two-car collision Thursday afternoon near the West Street entrance into the Big Y parking lot.Police, firefighters and a pair of ambulances, one from Action EMS, the other from County … more
PITTSFIELD — National and regional experts will share thoughts next week on steps the Berkshires should take to avoid falling behind on what may be the 21st century's most essential economic tool: fast and sure internet connections. Even as … more
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