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Farm workers are excluded from the state minimum wage and overtime, among other protections. A bill in the Massachusetts Legislature would end farm workers’ “second-class status,” supporters say, under state and federal employment law.
PITTSFIELD — The COVID-19 outbreak at the Berkshire County Jail and House of Correction has slowed, with just three additional positive tests in almost a week.
The Berkshire Eagle's daily recap on key COVID-19 data for Berkshire County and the state.
ADAMS — The state Environmental Police are probing an incident in which someone dumped materials from an overlook area on the road near the summit of Mount Greylock.
Williams College and Bard College at Simon’s Rock have scored high marks in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 higher education rankings.
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Shaker Mill Books will present an artist talk, "David Ricci & Shaun O’Boyle: Two Photographers / Two Paths to Photo Book Publication," at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will present the annual Vadnais Environmental Issues Lecture with Vivek Shandas at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, in Murdock Hall Room 218. A remote viewing option is also available.
Drumming, traditional Native American songs, speeches, and a procession culminating in a ceremonial blessing of the Housatonic River will mark the local observance of Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday, Oct. 11. Alliance for a Viable Future has organized a series of four events from Sept. 23 to Oct. 17.
Pittsfield Green Drinks will hold an online meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21. Cathy Kristofferson from the Pipe Line Awareness Network for the Northeast will present "Pulling the Curtain Back on The Hydrogen Hoax."
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Naked ground is never a good thing for a vegetable garden. As the growing season winds down and spent plants are pulled up, there is more and more open space in our garden. Leaving bare ground at any time leads to decreased soil quality ... The simplest solution is to plant a cover crop.
That's the motto at the Eastern States Exposition where the 105th edition of The Big E is in full swing. The fifth largest fair in North America opened its gates Friday, welcoming in visitors from across New England and the Northeast. The fair, which welcomed over 1.6 million visitors in 2019, runs through Oct. 3.
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PITTSFIELD — Spectrum on Tuesday donated $2,500 and 10 tablets to Hillcrest Educational Centers.
The Nichols' family of Pittsfield, which has owned Harry's Supermarket on Wahconah Street since 1914, have sold both the market and an adjacent package store, to a group with roots in New York that owns three other package stores in the Berkshires.
The Minutemen will get a glimpse this weekend of a program coach Walt Bell hopes to emulate at UMass when Eastern Michigan comes to Amherst for a 3:30 p.m. tip on Saturday.
News, notes and storylines from Week 2 of the Berkshire County High School Football season:
The Ephs are set to return to action on Farley-Lamb Field this weekend. Williams hosts Middlebury in the season opener Saturday at 2 p.m.
WILLIAMSTOWN — Three sets is all the Ephs needed to take care of business in the home opener on Wednesday night.