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As if rejuvenating a live entertainment theater venue isn’t enough, Yina Moore leased storefront space a couple doors down from her Adams Theater project to open a small business incubator space at 35 Park Street. It will double as a community gathering space and a pop-up gallery. Other uses could include co-working space, art retail shop, small event venue, and a place to stop in and socialize over coffee, Moore said.
WallaSauce is one of four businesses splitting a total of $30,000 in grant funding to open a pop-up shop from July through September in the Northern Berkshires.
1Berkshire has added two new staff members, promoted three current staffers and added five new board members.
1Berkshire and the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission have released "A Housing Vision for the Berkshires" a new report that outlines a regional strategy to solves the county's chronic housing issues.
1Berkshire is accepting applications through Feb. 11 for the 2022-2023 round of its Youth Leadership Program. High school sophomores can apply.
A warmer and wetter climate will mean more severe storms, less snow and worse heat waves in Berkshire County. Changes may alter the forest ecosystems that not only provide clean air and water but bring tourists.
A Berkshire County regional housing agenda will be released in early 2022. 1Berkshire, the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission and other groups have worked on the document over the past year.
Passenger rail service between Berkshire County and New York City could begin in summer 2022, as long as the company that owns part of the tracks agrees to allow Amtrak to operate service on those tracks.
A study by the 1Berkshire economic development organization shows a sharp drop in the typical age of tourists and a dramatic increase in their favored activity: Outdoor recreation.
During its annual meeting Thursday, 1Berkshire named several new board members, heard a review about the past year, and took a look ahead at the year to come.