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PITTSFIELD — Glitter, bodysuits and camaraderie — the Pittsfield Common was a haven of acceptance during the Berkshire Pride Festival on Saturday. Rainbow balloons and boas floated …

Firefighter Combat Challenge 'a brutal race' that tests personal limits PITTSFIELD — Firefighting is hard work, and Pittsfield Deputy Fire Chief Dan Garner wants to be as fit as possible for the challenges of the job. Thirteen years ago, he signed up for his first …
Cohen pulls papers for Pittsfield council; Lothrop eyes former Ward 5 seat PITTSFIELD — Yuki Cohen, owner of the popular Methuselah Bar and Lounge, pulled nomination papers Friday for a citywide seat on the City Council.The bar owner and financial adviser is going big …
Mall Stall: A special web series examining the Berkshire Mall owner’s troubled empire

A mall ‘save’ advances in ‘River City’

MASON CITY, Iowa — Two decades ago, Jean Thompson left her hometown here in north-central Iowa for a new life in Texas. A tragedy brought her back.

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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: Close loopholes in state animal abuse laws To the editor:With regards to the recent video and subsequent animal cruelty charge that was filed against Melinda Alston (Eagle, June 14), I believe that the public deserves an explanation as to why …
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Our Opinion: New meeting laws wrong for Stockbridge

After a fractious town election season, the town of Stockbridge could have used a respite. Unfortunately, the town didn't get one, as Wednesday's Select Board meeting picked up where the election …

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 …

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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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