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Veteran guide Jeff Aldrich will lead "Woods to Writing Table," a special tour following Herman Melville's footsteps through fields, forest and farmhouse, at 4 p.m. Friday, July 20, at Arrowhead, 780 … more
Berkshire Environmental Action Team and the Housatonic Valley Association have organized a cleanup of the Housatonic River beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 21, at Wahconah Park.Crews will be … more
The Village Church has hosted Sunday visits from the students at the nearby Greenwood Music Camp since 1940.The students bring their voices and instruments to the 10 a.m. interfaith service on … more
The South Berkshire Household Hazardous Waste Collaborative will hold a paint and oil collection for its 15 participating towns from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday, July 21, at the Recycling Center, 601 … more
Russian national and gun-rights advocate Maria Butina traded sex for a position in a special-interest organization, according to U.S. prosecutors who asked a judge to keep her in jail before trial … more
ARTBerkshire Museum: Free admission during Third Thursday with a family activity, 5 to 8 p.m., 39 South St., Pittsfield.Clark Art Institute: Watch special demonstrations by visual artists working en … more
The city's Department of Community Development Recreation Program has announced that Pittsfield Track and Field Games will take place Saturday, July 21, at the Taconic High School track, 96 Valentine … more
PITTSFIELD — Two marijuana retailers received initial green lights from the city's Community Development Board on Tuesday. The board conditionally approved site plans for Temescal Wellness, … more
NORTH ADAMS — When Al Nelson saw a problem in the Northern Berkshire Community, he worked to fix it. Nelson, the longtime former leader of the Northern Berkshire United Way and co-founder of the Northern Berkshire Interfaith Action Initiative, died Sunday following a brief illness. He was 83. more
SAVOY — Two of the state's most respected environmental and land-use lawyers will face off once again Wednesday in an unlikely place: the Savoy firehouse. Ruth H. Silman of the Boston firm … more
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