Hundreds rallied on Sunday in Pittsfield for reproductive justice and vilify the U.S. Supreme Court for overturning Roe v. Wade. People of all ages supported a woman's right to choose an abortion and worried the conservative federal court will go after other rights such as same-sex marriage.
A motorcycle rider struck a deer in Cheshire on Sunday afternoon, sustaining minor injuries.
No injuries were reported after a car caught on fire Sunday afternoon on South Street in Pittsfield.
Don't panic, but using a garbage disposal to eliminate kitchen food waste might not be such a great idea. In fact, after 52 years, an Adams bylaw requiring that every new residential unit have a garbage disposal installed in the kitchen sink has been rescinded by voters at the recent Adams Town Meeting.
PITTSFIELD — Several defendants arrested in connection with a police investigation into a drug trafficking operation in Pittsfield and Springfield have either struck, or are heading toward plea deals with prosecutors.
On Sunday, an open swimming team has planned an event to teach all how to swim safely beyond the buoys.
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- The Theater Barn is suspending the remainder of its 2022 season
- Pro-choice advocates rally in Pittsfield on Sunday for women's reproductive rights
- Off-road motorcycle strikes deer in Cheshire, causing minor injuries
- No one injured in car fire on South Street in Pittsfield
- Defendants arrested in connection with drug distribution ring strike plea deals with prosecutors
- Adams drops requirement for garbage disposals in new housing, hoping to reduce the cost of construction and the cost to the environment
- At the Relay For Life in Pittsfield, cancer survivors gather and celebrate the ever-present joy of being alive
- Watch as the home of a Black Revolutionary War patriot climbs a hill in Stockbridge
- Greens and beans are the major players in this healthy, easy-to-make summer soup
- REVIEW: 'Souvenir,' like American socialite Florence Foster Jenkin's singing voice, falls flat
- Photos: North Adams Pride Night
- Photos: Moving Black Revolutionary War patriot Agrippa Hull's Stockbridge home
- Photos: Greylock Together coordinates protest rally in Williamstown
- Photos: Today in History for June 22
- PHOTOS: 'A Sense of Place': A Show to Benefit the Louison House
- Photos: Today in History for June 23
- Photos: Today in History for June 27
- PHOTOS: Scenes from 'Ain't Misbehavin': The Fats Waller Musical Show" at Barrington Stage Company.
- Photos: Wahconah boys lacrosse wins state championship game in Worcester
- Days Gone By: Images of Pontoosuc Lake through the years
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"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.
Real estate and personal property tax bills for the 2023 fiscal year will arrive in taxpayers’ mailboxes around July 1.
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…
In the private universe of her mind, American socialite Florence Foster Jenkins (1868-1944) was a virtuosic opera soprano of epic megastar proportions. In reality she was constantly flat; tone deaf; unable to hold a rhythm or hit the high notes you expect a soprano to be able to hit.
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.
A ninth-inning home run by Pittsfield's Robbie Burnett broke a tie and gave the Suns a walk-off win over Westfield Sunday at Wahconah Park.
FRAMINGHAM — In the leadup to the fight, the Sumpter brothers talked about wanting to put Pittsfield on the map. After both won by technical k…
PITTSFIELD — Six dominant wins in the heat over three days.
The Suns gave up five runs before they got an at-bat, and that proved too steep a hill to climb on Saturday night.