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PITTSFIELD — The citywide election is almost here, and officials are concerned about what is shaping up to be low voter turnout. City Clerk Jody Phillips said that as of Thursday afternoon, the … more
HANCOCK — On a damp Saturday morning, 3-year-old Henry Coughlin engaged in an old Berkshires custom. He sat on a stool in a sawdust-lined stall and milked the four full teats in front of him. Coughlin, who traveled from New York City to visit his grandparents in Williamstown, diligently filled a blue bucket as his family watched on from the aisles in Ioka Valley Farm's dairy barn. Asked if this was the first time he had milked a cow, Coughlin said yes — and no. more
LEE —The Founder's Day Parade in this community is so quintessentially small town that those who were not among the 350-400-person strata of individuals who marched in the procession almost certainly knew someone who did. "Yeah, most of the … more
LENOX — A plan to put the public library's operations, budget and most of its staff under the wing of Town Hall is on the table for action by the Select Board and by voters at a special town … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — There's nothing better than spending an evening with people who care for and about people. Their compassion, drive and support of the community is a marked example of … more
ADAMS — For Deb Payton, Columbus Day weekend means family reunion. Her sister's family from Harrisburg, Penn. pays a visit for the early fall foliage, crisp autumn air (not this year) and … more
PITTSFIELD — The city's prejudicial and racial divide can be unified if community leaders and public at large pays closer attention to what concerns those who feel social, economically and … more
PITTSFIELD — A former North Adams man is suing Boston Mayor Marty Walsh for $50 million, claiming he falsely associated him with hate groups during last August's Boston Free Speech … more
PITTSFIELD — Berkshire County residents are in line to be among those who would personally feel the impact of the proposed GOP/Trump tax plan — "The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" — and if … more
PITTSFIELD — A Springfield TV station's content is gone from Charter Spectrum line-ups in the Berkshires. But not forgotten. On Tuesday, Senate President Stanley Rosenberg and state Sen. Adam Hinds, D-Pittsfield, will meet with Charter … more
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