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PITTSFIELD — And so, "annual" it is. After promising last year to be the first of many such events, the Berkshire Pride Festival returns to a Pittsfield park Saturday with, well, more. More … more
CHESHIRE — Sturdy footwear, check. Work gloves, check. Hand tools, check. Bottled water and bug repellent, double check. The checklist complete, 12 adults and three children on Saturday hiked a rugged mile of the Appalachian Trail from Furnace Hill Road to the Cheshire Cobbles' summit to ensure a safer, more pristine A.T. One volunteer group trimmed or removed tree saplings on their way to the summit and improved the stone/log water bars that divert rain off the trail to prevent erosion. more
Meet ... Firefly Night at Sheep Hill takes place this Wednesday, from 8-10 p.m., at Sheep Hill, 671 Cold Spring Road (Route 7) in Williamstown. There's a suggested donation of $4 per person, $8 per … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — The Housatonic mill building known as Cook's Garage has landed in town hands.But a number of questions remain unanswered, including what to do about the artesian well … more
Berkshire Medical CenterRichard and Jaclynn Mauke of Stockbridge, a daughter, Beverly Rosina, July 16. more
The Friends of the Adams Memorial High School Class of 1969 will present "Do You Remember ... Music of the '60s" at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at Hoosac Valley High School.Alumni and current … more
SHEFFIELD — A small group of Egremont voters approved a number of new expenses for the town Tuesday night — including $535,500 for engineering plans to overhaul Mount Washington Road … more
WASHINGTON — The West Wing shouting match was so loud that more than a dozen staffers heard it.White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders cursed and yelled at White House counsel Donald … more
MOUNT WASHINGTON — The state's plan to purchase the 174-acre Mohonk property for preservation has fallen through.In November, the state Department of Conservation and Recreation sent a letter … more
LENOX — "We Hold These Truths," the traditional Fourth of July Community Celebration at Shakespeare & Company, will be held from 1:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesday. The sprawling campus at 70 Kemble … more
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