A tenacious vine is proving hard to tame in Pittsfield's Burbank Park. Agricultural groups want to make it a crop.
Given the threats the U.S. has received from both Russia and China, U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal said at an event in Pittsfield Monday that one of the greatest sectors of growth in our country's economy is cybersecurity.
The Lee Historical Society is honoring all military veterans from town with an exhibit in July at the Peter Scolforo Gallery at the Lee Library. The exhibit goes up July 1 and features a 36-foot “wall” listing names of the veterans.
A judge has narrowed the scope of what J.C. Chadwell may tell jurors when he takes the stand in his defense Tuesday. He is charged with killing Paul Henry in 2017.
A grassroots effort to free up North Street parking spaces in Pittsfield could take a leap Tuesday, when the City Council considers a tweak to its parking rules.
The project to build a lodge and recreational center at the Greylock Glen just got another boost from Town Meeting voters.
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- The Theater Barn is suspending the remainder of its 2022 season
- Gildo's Auto Body walks off with Pittsfield Babe Ruth City Championship, beating The Infield in a pitchers' duel
- Pro-choice advocates rally in Pittsfield on Sunday for women's reproductive rights
- Donald Morrison: Like the Taliban, Supreme Court rules from the dark ages
- Greens and beans are the major players in this healthy, easy-to-make summer soup
- Jurors see dueling police interviews with a Pittsfield murder defendant. In one, he confesses
- A new Wahconah Park in Pittsfield? Mayor Tyer looks to establish a Wahconah Park Restoration Committee
- Defendants arrested in connection with drug distribution ring strike plea deals with prosecutors
- At the Relay For Life in Pittsfield, cancer survivors gather and celebrate the ever-present joy of being alive
- Video shows dead sheep in the country of Georgia, not Idaho
- 11 recipes to try this Fourth of July
- Photos: Gildo's Aut Body and The Infield play for Pittsfield Babe Ruth City Championship
- Photos: Today in History for June 23
- Photos: North Adams Pride Night
- Photos: Moving Black Revolutionary War patriot Agrippa Hull's Stockbridge home
- Days Gone By: Images of Pontoosuc Lake through the years
- PHOTOS: 'A Sense of Place': A Show to Benefit the Louison House
- Photos: Today in History for June 28
Whatever anyone wants to say about this year’s weather, it was apparently perfect for strawberries, which appear only at the end of June and beginning of July. These are the best ever, some of them measuring more than two inches across, no green tips, ultimate sweetness and aroma.
The term “glamping” had not been thought of when South Berkshire farmer Rufus C. Fargo opened his property in Monterey to campers and day visi…
Clapp Park, a West Housatonic Street landmark, was founded in 1919. Mayor Bagg donated land to Pittsfield, in memory of the Clapp family. In 1…
CHICAGO (AP) — A prosecutor has asked a federal judge to sentence Jerry Harris, a former star of the Netflix documentary series “Cheer,” to 15…
In a ruling praised by gun rights advocates, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down New York’s concealed-carry gun licensing law with …
The Massachusetts House took a major step Thursday toward injecting billions of dollars into work on the state's transportation and environmental infrastructure — including $250 million toward a possible east-west rail extension.
The Retired Senior Volunteer Program of Berkshire County will host a meet-and-greet event on Wednesday, June 29, at 16 Bartlett Ave. in the Berkshire Athenaeum building.
The Department of Public Services and Utilities will be conducting smoke and dye testing in the months ahead to help detect illegal inflow connections to sanitary sewer systems. In advance of this work, the city is embarking on an educational campaign to build awareness around the detrimental impacts of inflow.
A painting creataed by Pittsfield native and acclaimed artist Lucy MacGillis in homage to her father, the late Donald MacGillis, will be unveiled at 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 8, at the Berkshire Museum. MacGillis will talk about the work and its inspiration, and a reception will follow. The public is invited.
"Hate Crimes, History and Banning Books" will be presented by journalist Ruth Bass at 10:45 a.m. Thursday, June 30, at Congregation Knesset Israel, 1 Colt Road. The free program is part of the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires' Connecting With Community Series.
The Theater Barn is suspending the remainder of its 2022 season following the last performance on July 3 of its current production, Agatha Christie's “Fiddlers Three.”
BECKET — Celebrating the reopening, after necessary renovations to its main venue, the Ted Shawn Theatre, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival is off…
ADAMS — Four artists working with the Real Eyes Gallery aim to raise $10,000, for the Louison House, through art sales and donations from busi…
Aura Whitman, the part-owner of Berkshire Mountain Bakery who also owned and operated the former Cafe Reva in Pittsfield for 11 years, talks about what it takes to be a professional chef.
PITTSFIELD — The Infield's Simon Mele didn't give Gildo's Auto Body much chance to believe Monday night in the Pittsfield Babe Ruth City Champ…
The North Adams SteepleCats spot visiting Valley a big early lead, and can't come back as the Blue Sox win at Joe Wolfe Field.
Childhood friends Joshua Shepard and Jamie Cimini played a bogey-free weekend in Pittsfield to hoist a major Berkshire County golf trophy
When Pittsfield's Robbie Burnett walked off a win with a home run Sunday night, it was one of two walk-off home runs hit in the Futures League this year.