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PITTSFIELD — Two city residents were injured in a head-on collision early Tuesday, according to a press release issued Wednesday by Pittsfield Police.Matthew Davis, 25, and Theresa Nicola, 33, … more
It might sound silly, but when I feel the need to be grounded and more "present" as they say, cooking some eggs with a side of toast for dinner becomes a source of comfort. Seriously, it's sort of … more
Three Williams College teams will take their next steps toward their NCAA Division III tournaments.Two teams, the women's soccer and field hockey teams, are nationally ranked and will play this … more
To the editor: The bylaws of the town of Clarksburg call for a three-member Finance Committee to "exercise its prerogative to review budget details that focus on issues such as the use of free cash, … more
Singer 'ready' for stadium tourTaylor Swift is going to bring her new album to life when she hits the road next year.The pop star has announced the first of dates for her "reputation Stadium Tour." … more
NORTH ADAMS — The Northern Berkshire Fall Foliage Festival Leaf Hunt Committee has announced the conclusion of this year's hunt. All winners and sponsors are thanked for their … more
PITTSFIELD — Taconic High School has announced its honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2016-17 school year.Of the 707 students enrolled during this marking period, 198 students, or 28 percent, earned high honors, and 96 students, or 14 … more
NEW ASHFORD — Berkshire Shirekaba, a Japanese guest house and upscale bed and breakfast, has been ranked fourth by USA Today's travel site, 10.best.com, in its "Reader's Choice" yearly contest for the most environmentally-conscious hotel of … more
The deadline to register to vote in the special state primary election is 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20. The town clerk's office at Town Hall will remain open until 8 p.m. on that day.Citizens may register to vote at any time between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. … more
STOCKBRIDGE — In 1885, the newspapers were full of what they called "The Great Experiment." Frustrated by his employer, George Westinghouse's "blindness" to the efficacy of alternating current, … more
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