The property at the base of Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort is listed at $1.195 million and includes 13 acres.
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UPDATED: Wayfair is planning to close its customer call center in Pittsfield when the company's lease for the space expires in July. Mayor Linda M. Tyer said the city was informed of Wayfair’s intentions Monday. “Clearly, it’s discouraging news, because as you know Wayfair came into the comm…
Two new dining spots are opening in Lenox, while nearly a half-dozen current or former restaurant buildings are on the market, some just for the business, others for the real estate as well.
Luigi Iasilli and his partner Bridget Cappo have relocated their successful Max restaurants from Manhattan to the Berkshires by way of Columbia County, N.Y.
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Byzantium will close Jan. 31. What comes next for the Railroad Street storefront hasn't been announced yet, but longtime customers of the clothing store feel "gut-punched" it's closing.
The "Coming Soon" banner up all summer will be taken down Friday at 41 North St. in Pittsfield. We caught up with the new restaurant's owners, who shared what they will be serving and how they hope to welcome all.
The North Adams-based nonprofit, known as a "small business accelerator," just hit a milestone in its effort to nurture the early stages of businesses.
Analysts said shifting economic conditions have "rapidly cooled" the Massachusetts housing market.
After a cold snap settled in over the Berkshires last weekend, Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort snowmakers snapped into action to get the mountain ready, with a goal of laying down a 6-foot base before a targeted opening day of Nov. 25.
Following the implosion of FTX, the second-biggest bitcoin exchange, questions remain unresolved about the future of FTX Digital Markets co-CEO Ryan Salame’s $6 million investment in downtown Lenox. As for the overall bitcoin industry, one crypto expert foresees a “catastrophic” impact.
Just in time for the Black Friday season, Kohl’s first Berkshire County location opened last week in the Center at Lenox.
The former owners of the Greystone Building in downtown Pittsfield have spent $5.2 million for several multi-family properties in areas of the city located with walking distance of the center.
Nancy (Joch) O’Connor and Kristie Agar, who both grew up in Ashley Falls, recently formed their own tax and accounting firm, O’Connor and Agar LLC at 73 Main St. in Sheffield.
Berkshire Health Systems, Community Health Programs, and other members of the Health Collaborative of the Berkshires PHO have renewed their partnership with Fallon Health of Worcester.
Big Y Foods’ Sack Hunger campaign recently donated 1.5 million meals to four regional food banks, including the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts in Hatfield.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy expanded at a 2.9 percent annual pace from October through December, ending 2022 with momentum despite the pressure of high interest rates and widespread fears of a looming recession.
The city of Pittsfield's Commission on Disabilities has provided funding to Pittsfield Community Television to add closed captions on many local programs broadcast on PCTV’s channels.
Salisbury Bank has donated food and funding raised during its 15th annual “Fill-the-Basket” food drive to several local food pantries. i
Price Chopper/Market 32, which operates three markets in the Berkshires, raised $70,400 to benefit the Disabled American Veterans organization during a November fundraising campaign.
NEW YORK — For many people filing U.S. tax returns — especially those doing it for their first time — it can be a daunting task that's often left to the last minute. But if you want to avoid the stress of the looming deadline, start getting organized as soon as possible.
The North Adams movie theater announced that it is closing at the end of the month.
Lee Bank Foundation awarded $45,670 to 10 Berkshire area organizations during its fourth and final round of 2022 community funding.
1Berkshire will host its monthly entrepreneurial meetup from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Jan. 31 at Anahata Schoolhouse Yoga and Wellness Center, 201 North Summer St. in Adams.
2nd Street Second Chances in Pittsfield, a program that helps formerly incarcerated people readjust to society, is opening additional office space in North Adams.
On the Job
Michele Clayborne was drawn to hospice through her work in the pharmaceutical industry. She became executive director of HospiceCare in The Berkshires last March, but has served in the field for 23 years at hospices ranging from Texas to New England.
Bruce Buckley didn't serve in the armed forces. He doesn't come from a military family. But for over 20 years, he has dedicated himself to Soldier On — first as CFO, and beginning in 2016, as CEO.
Trina Goodrich describes the joy she finds in being an optician, because her work makes a difference by helping people better their vision.
We sit down with April Jordan, the owner of Rock'n Ink in Pittsfield, to learn how she went from doodling in school to a becoming a master artist, a distinction bestowed on tattooists with at least 10 years of experience.
Jason Cuyler is the executive director of 2nd Street Second Chances, a program that provide services to the formerly incarcerated with the goal of keeping them from returning to jail.
Rudy Mazzeo of Mazzeo's Meat & Seafood, discusses the art of cutting meat.
Dick Quinn is the sports information director at Williams College, which fields teams in 32 sports, a large number for a small school.
Mike Hillman became hooked on golf while growing up in Greenfield, and earned a degree in professional golf management in college, which led to his current position as head professional at Berkshire Hills Country Club.
Anthony DeMartino's parents were both physical therapists and watching how they practiced their profession led him to follow in their footsteps.
When he graduated from college, Shaun Cusson saw working at Hillcrest Educational Centers as a temporary stop on the way to something bigger. Twenty-five years later, Cusson is now in charge, having recently been named president and CEO.
Actor David Adkins talks about his life in the profession, why he's pursues it, and what the rewards he gets from it.
Nicholas Bryant, who recently became a patrol officer for the Pittsfield Police Department, talks about the reasons why he took this step, the dangers of the job, and the rewards he receives from this often demanding profession.
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