Tyler J. Moran and Isabella G. Lovato have been named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of Lee High School's Class of 2023.
The Hoosic River Watershed Association is offering "Introduction to Fishing on the Hoosic River" on Saturday, June 3. Registration is required.
Williamstown Elementary School sixth-graders will present their spring musical on Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3.
Music at the Southfield Church will open its seventh season on Saturday, June 3, with a concert by Vocalis Youth Choir.
The voter registration deadline for the annual town meeting and annual town election is Friday, June 2.
Berkshire Pride's seventh annual LGBTQIA+ Pride Festival is expanding into five days of programming beginning Wednesday, May 31, through Sunday, June 4. This year's theme is “Every Day is Pride.”
Expect delays if you're traveling on the Massachusetts Turnpike next week, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation says.
The Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art will host its annual Graduate Symposium featuring scholarly presentations by the program’s graduating Masters students on Friday, June 2, at the Clark Art Institute.
In celebration of the American Hiking Society's National Trails Day, Mount Greylock State Reservation announces a Wilbur's Clearing hike at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 3.
CHP Family Services will host a “Spring Fling” resource fair for families with children in South County on Saturday, June 3.
Mayor Jennifer Macksey will kick off the annual Mayor’s Fitness Challenge during First Friday festivities from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 2, in downtown North Adams. Registration opens June 1.
Hilltown Vision Fest, an all-ages Hilltown community celebration, will be held from noon until night on Saturday, June 3, at Pettingill Park.
The Select Boards of Washington and Middlefield will interview final candidates for the Shared Town Administrator position on Saturday, June 3, at the Washington Town Hall.
Author Chris Wondoloski of North Adams, Mass., will discuss his newest mystery title, "The Textile Mill Murders," on Thursday, June 1, at the Stamford Community Library.
Berkshire Community College will conduct free virtual admissions information sessions on Saturday, June 3, and Wednesday, June 7.
The NAACP Berkshire County Branch invites vendors join their Juneteenth celebration and community gathering on Sunday, June 18, at Durant Park.
The Berkshire Athenaeum and the Friends of the Berkshire Athenaeum announce the 45th annual Short Story Writing Contest for Children and the 26th annual Short Story Writing Contest for Young Adults.
Democrats will hold a caucus on Saturday, June 3, to elect delegates and alternates to represent Great Barrington at the State Democratic Convention.
In observance of Memorial Day, retired Capt. Richard Pusateri, Navy Chaplain Corps, will shine light on a very old (1775) tradition in the U.S. military in his talk for the Lebanon Valley Historical Society on Monday, May 29.
Woodworker Andrew Jack will lead a series of hands-on whittling lessons on Fridays, June 2 to 16, at the David M. Hunt Library.
The "Stand With Ukraine Through Film" project is coming to Images Cinema with a special screening of "The Guide" on Tuesday, May 30.
Knights of Columbus Council 411 will hold a chicken parmigiana grab-and-go dinner on Thursday, June 8, to benefit its David Carmel Scholarship Fund.
Democrats in Wards 1 through 7 will hold their respective caucuses on Sunday, June 11, to elect delegates for the Democratic State Convention.
The Columbia County Libraries Association and Chatham Public Library honor Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a special Zoom lecture with civil rights attorney Peter H. Irons on Tuesday, May 30.
The West Stockbridge Library will be hosting miniature horses from High and Mighty Therapeutic Riding Center in Ghent, N.Y., and therapy dogs from the Canine Link in South Egremont on Saturday, May 27.
The Stockbridge-Munsee Community, the indigenous peoples of the Berkshires, will open a new exhibit on Mohican history and culture on May 26 at the Mission House Museum.
The Berkshire Athenaeum will host a free, in-person author event with Dr. Andrew Lam, who will share the history behind his new book, “The Masters of Medicine,” on Thursday, June 1.
The Hinsdale Lions Club will be serving a curbside roast pork dinner on Saturday, June 3, to benefit its scholarship fund.
BRO MX in North Adams has two months to come into compliance with conservation restrictions
The redevelopment of the William Stanley Business Park's largest parcel could begin by late summer
Fire outside Ward's nursery in Great Barrington causes large plumes of black smoke seen all over town
U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin, a Trump impeachment manager and member of the Jan. 6 committee, returning to the Berkshires
Vermont man indicted for allegedly losing 2-year-old child in Clarksburg brook