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PITTSFIELD — And so, "annual" it is. After promising last year to be the first of many such events, the Berkshire Pride Festival returns to a Pittsfield park Saturday with, well, more. More … more
CHESHIRE — Sturdy footwear, check. Work gloves, check. Hand tools, check. Bottled water and bug repellent, double check. The checklist complete, 12 adults and three children on Saturday hiked a rugged mile of the Appalachian Trail from Furnace Hill Road to the Cheshire Cobbles' summit to ensure a safer, more pristine A.T. One volunteer group trimmed or removed tree saplings on their way to the summit and improved the stone/log water bars that divert rain off the trail to prevent erosion. more
National Alliance on Mental Illness Berkshire County has invited three agencies, MassHealth, the Department of Mental Health Client Services and Mass. Rehabilitation Services, to discuss changes to … more
NORTH ADAMS — The man who allegedly struck a North Adams Police cruiser head-on earlier this week pleaded not guilty to a lengthy list of charges Friday. Jesse Goman, 29, was released on $500 … more
BOSTON — House leadership detailed a nearly $41 billion state budget proposal on Wednesday that goes above Gov. Charlie Baker's recommended spending on local aid, housing assistance and … more
Patriot's Day, a state holiday, will be observed Monday, April 16. A list of what is open or closed follows:Retail stores: Open.Berkshire Mall: Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.Prime Outlets at Lee: Open 10 … more
PITTSFIELDBerkshire Dream Center: No requirements, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesdays and 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. second Sunday of the month, at Morningside Baptist Church, 475 Tyler St., Pittsfield, … more
The Friends of the Adams Memorial High School Class of 1969 will present "Do You Remember ... Music of the '60s" at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at Hoosac Valley High School.Alumni and current … more
SHEFFIELD — A small group of Egremont voters approved a number of new expenses for the town Tuesday night — including $535,500 for engineering plans to overhaul Mount Washington Road … more
WASHINGTON — The West Wing shouting match was so loud that more than a dozen staffers heard it.White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders cursed and yelled at White House counsel Donald … more
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