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Families offer love through Williamstown Commons' windows as coronavirus spreads within

WILLIAMSTOWN — Mother and daughter cried together, their hands pressed against either side of the window separating them at Williamstown Commons. Linda Bondini, 63, scribbled in a notebook …

Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival cancels season amid virus fears BECKET — In a blow to the Berkshires' summer cultural season, there will be no dance in the Becket hills this summer. For the first time in its 88-year history, Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival …
Baker: Non-essential businesses must stay closed through May 4 A week after closing all non-essential businesses to workers and customers, Gov. Charlie Baker said he was extending his executive order beyond April 7 to keep most businesses physically closed …
Lindsey Hollenbaugh | Quarantined with kids: Local pediatric dentist gives helpful hand-washing tips If the key to stopping this global pandemic is hand-washing, those of us with preschool-age children are, well, wringing our hands in frustration … and fear. Or, at least, this parent is. 
Coronavirus tracker: Statewide update for Tuesday Gov. Charlie Baker may amend or update a week-old executive order on Tuesday that originally required all non-essential businesses to close through April 7 as the state prepares for at least several …
The Rest of River Cleanup Settlement

Visit our Rest of River Cleanup page, covering the planned burial of toxic Housatonic River sediment in Berkshire County dump sites.

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The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Wimbledon has been canceled for the first time since World War II because of the coronavirus pandemic.The All …
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Family of first Berkshires resident to die of COVID-19 grieves the trauma of his swift death and a funeral at a distance PITTSFIELD — In the parking lot at Vong’s Thai Cuisine, Anup Singh’s family stood outside their cars, masked and distanced. It was as close as they could get to Singh, to watch as his body was placed into a hearse across Wahconah Street at the hospital.
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After 39-year run, couple seeks to sell Paperdilly in Lee

LEE — After successfully riding out four decades of a roller-coaster economy, and surviving a near-crippling car-pedestrian accident, Doug Wilcox is eager to retire and vacate the thriving …

Lee firm helps in fight against coronavirus

LEE — Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing has been chosen by a private company to help develop a medication to combat the effects of the new coronavirus. The proposed serum that BSM will help …

Social distancing guts Berkshire hospitality industry

The county's hospitality industry is taking a severe hit from the coronavirus pandemic, with a sharp decline in reservations and hundreds of layoffs, with many more anticipated. "The impact is …

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Stop the hop: Workers average 2.3 jobs in a 5-year span

PITTSFIELD — Never before have workers in the United States had so many occupational options. It’s a boon for job seekers, but a bane for employers. Job-hopping (yep, that’s a …

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Mike Walsh | Powder Report: Going for a shred along with Jiminy Peak ski patrol
There was a moment a couple months ago, I was interviewing former Team USA skier Ryan Riley at Dottie's in Pittsfield and he said … Read More
Gene Chague | Berkshire Woods and Waters: Alice Christman, a very special angler
A couple of weeks ago, I featured the MassWildlife Gold Pin and Angler of the Year Awards. You may remember that picture of … Read More
Howard Herman | Designated Hitter: Drury's Vidal seizes moment at glory
AMHERST — Twelve months ago, Keeghan Vidal was watching basketball in the Curry Hicks Cage. Saturday, he got to celebrate as a … Read More
Geoff Smith | From the Baseline: McGuire puts himself in WMass basketball lore with finals performance
The perks of being a sportswriter are plentiful, but high up on that list is getting the chance for a front-row view of history as it … Read More
Lauren R. Stevens | Hikes and Walks: Forging and sharing tracks at Mountain Meadow Preserve
Deer, dogs, snowshoers, cross-country skiers, walkers, all-terrain vehicles — lots of tracks appear on the snow-covered trails … Read More
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What's for dinner? Depends what's in the fridge, pantry Just about now, you might be tired of cooking and eating what's in your refrigerator. We are all used to asking what's for dinner? What are we in the mood for — pizza, sushi, Mexican? And then …
Quarantine cooking: Corn fritters turn pantry staples into easy dinner I see you there, digging through your pantry, sweatpants on, unsure of what day it is. You are all of us right now. You are immune from judgment. We're all in this together, and I know a lot of us …

Robin Anish: Fancy, sugary toast is ultimate comfort food

I don't often eat toast. I like toast. I'm just not much of a breakfast person, so I suppose that's why I don't often eat toast. But, I've been craving toast lately. My mother would always give …

Yes, your local farm is still open Farmers Ashley Amsden and Michael Gallagher had been floating the idea of adding home delivery of their pasture-raised chicken, beef, pork and eggs as an option for customers of their Lanesborough "for a while." The husband-and-wife team, who own Square Roots Farm, were waiting for the right time to launch the service.
Quarantine tips: 5 places you should clean, organize in your home PITTSFIELD — Like many of us, Melissa Garcia, of Fresh Start in Pittsfield, is currently in place at home. Garcia, who started cleaning residential homes in 2008 and officially started her …
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