The March for Miguel in downtown Pittsfield saw supporters gather to remember Miguel Estrella and call for change in his name on the six-month anniversary of his death.
The Buddy Walk in Dalton is an event meant to raise awareness, understanding and critical funding for Down Syndrome support in the area. It returned in-person this year for the first time since the pandemic began.
The Latino Festival of the Berkshires has grown from its humble beginnings into a rich celebration of Latino cultures, according to Liliana Ortiz-Bermúdez, who organized the first one in 1995.
On Saturday morning, the Pittsfield Police Department asked for the public's assistance in locating 16-year-old Markis Williams via its Facebook page. He was reported missing, according to police.
Lanesborough's Police Station Committee traveled to Barre to get an idea of how a proposed building that could house both the town's police force and EMS could function.
A windy blast of cool Canadian air sets up a pleasant, autumnal weekend for the Berkshires as Hurricane Fiona lashes Atlantic Canada and a potential hurricane develops in the Caribbean Sea, aiming for Florida.
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- Over 700 participate in first in-person Buddy Walk of the Berkshires since 2019 on Saturday
- Russ Cohen likes to taste as he walks. Indigenous peoples showed him the way
- Kaitlyn Moresi appointed clinical director of Berkshire Family & Individual Resources
- Paul Krugman: War, inflation and squandered credibility
- Pittsfield community members march to remember Miguel Estrella on the six-month anniversary of his death
- Wahconah won't stop; Warriors stay unbeaten despite tough game vs Taconic
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- Photos: The 2022 FreshGrass Festival kicked off Friday at Mass MoCA in North Adams
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Resuscitating a pond can be complicated and expensive.
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman writes: "Credibility can seem squishy, and it can be abused as a rationale for objectively bad policies. And being too rigid about obeying rules that have been overtaken by events can do a lot of damage. But maintaining credibility — demonstrating that you will, in fact, honor your promises within reason — is nonetheless important."
Eagle columnist Mitchell Chapman writes: "The biggest challenge facing student newspapers, like their professional counterparts, is changing times."
It underscores why our democracy, which relies both upon the rule of law and a system of norms, is so structurally vulnerable to polarization.
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Overnight bridge and guardrail repairs starting Sunday will cause lane closures and cause delays on eastbound and westbound portions of I-90 in Otis, Blandford, Lee and Becket.
The Fall Foliage Festival Committee has announced the clues for the annual Fall Foliage Leaf Hunt, a popular feature of Fall Foliage Festival Week. Homebound residents can participate in an invisible leaf hunt.
The Arnold and King families of North Adams have been selected as grand marshals for the 66th annual Fall Foliage parade presented by 1Berkshire. The parade will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2, in downtown North Adams.
The eight-member Boston Typewriter Orchestra will visit the Berkshires on Saturday, Oct. 1 to perform an outdoor concert of original music for typewriters at TurnPark Art Space.
The Berkshire County Historical Society is offering tours of Hillside Cemetery on Oct. 8 and of Stockbridge Cemetery on Oct. 15.
Five Southern Berkshire potters are opening their studios to public 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24 and Sunday, Sept. 25, for the annual Berkshire Pottery Tour.
Festival Latino of the Berkshires, a free, all-ages event celebrating the diversity of Hispanic heritage and culture in the Berkshires, will be held from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, in Great Barrington. A gala dance party for adults will follow at 9 p.m. at Eastover in Lenox.
The fall season is known for deals on bicycles and furniture, and shoppers this year will find a number of opportunities in the Berkshires. Columnist Martin J. Lecker shares some insights here on finding the best deals.
The Mounties held off Wahconah in Dalton, and meanwhile the Thunder racked up another 10 goals, and Drury nearly picked up a key win.
LEE — Tommy Art’s 42 earned medalist honors and also led the way for the Mounties in a road win at Greenock Country Club.
Molly Sullivan and Karlie Dowling were all over the back of the net for the Mounties on Friday.
The Warriors earned a hard-fought five-set win in Williamstown, taking the fifth 15-13.