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At town hall meeting, Berkshire residents and officials talk going green in `our backyard'

PITTSFIELD — Investing in solar power should benefit — not be at the expense of — the environment.Two local state legislators and dozens of businesses and homeowners jointly …

1 injured in North Adams rollover accident NORTH ADAMS — A city man escaped serious injury after his car rolled over on Massachusetts Avenue on Monday morning.Peter Ramig, 61, of Ashland Street, was taken by Northern Berkshire EMS to …
Current and former Great Barrington assessors say cubicle setup isn't private enough GREAT BARRINGTON — When residents come into the assessor's office at Town Hall, they usually need to talk about private financial matters.But the new, tall cubicle inside the town clerk's …
Mall Stall: A special web series examining the Berkshire Mall owner’s troubled empire

As Kohan buys more malls, tenants live in limbo

Wayne Riniker knew his employer was in trouble — and had been since paying too much for this mall on a rise west of the Mississippi River.

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Homecoming: Big Elm Brewing is putting the focus back on local clients after expansion plans falter SHEFFIELD — Three years ago, Big Elm Brewing of Sheffield added a new distributor and set its sights on expansion beyond Berkshire County. It did not go so well.
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Letter: Eagle wrong on board's actions, motivations To the editor:You can imagine my dismay at The Berkshire Eagle incorrectly assuming that "It is possible (my emphasis) to conclude upon viewing the meeting that she was aware of Chairman Flynn's …
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Our Opinion: Longer cultural season will benefit Berkshires

Berkshire County has long been renowned for its summer cultural scene but a year-long scene has been evolving for some time. That evolution will get a jump-start with the opening of the Linde Center …

Our Opinion: Troubled MIAA must focus on its mission

The spring regional high school tournaments are ongoing, with the Taconic baseball team's claiming of a third straight Western Massachusetts championship Saturday high among the highlights for …

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The beauty of a letter CANAAN, CONN. — On a recent Thursday night, Amy Morozuk leaned over a white wooden board angled on the deck of her current living and working space. Her right hand glided over the surface as …
Lakewood Creamery opens as tribute to the past and scoop into future PITTSFIELD — After working for four decades at her mother and father's East Side Cafe, Ann Capitanio has grown accustomed to the bellowing heat from its famous coal-fired pizzas and service …

Your guide to ice cream in the Berkshires

School is out and the lazy days of summer are finally upon us, why not celebrate with ice cream? Go ahead, have a twist with sprinkles for dinner, we won't tell anyone.In an effort to help you live …

Before you pull ... you better know what you're doing It's a special time of year: Foraged ingredients like ramps and fiddleheads are showing up on menus at local farm-to-table restaurants. You can also gather these ingredients yourself and make a …
An early 'happy hour' with Sue Elliott LENOX — With performances, fundraisers and other functions often held at night, finding time to socialize can be difficult for those in the arts world. But Sue Elliott, a longtime member of …
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