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There are 15 vacant storefronts in downtown Pittsfield. The Berkshire Black Economic Council wants to fill those by offering money to new businesses
The grant program, called Vibe North Street, will award either seed (up to $7,500) or sapling money (up to $25,000). It is funded by the Mass Development's Transformative Initiative and the plan is to award it to four to six applicants.
Lee Bank Foundation awarded $45,670 to 10 Berkshire area organizations during its fourth and final round of 2022 community funding.
After three years as executive director, Michelle Lopez reflects on how the nonprofit has changed and what lies ahead.
The Berkshire Immigration Center hosts a naturalization ceremony for new U.S. citizens at Naumkeag in Stockbridge.
Dalida Rocha, field director from the Yes on 4 for Safer Roads campaign, will speak at the general meeting of the Berkshire County branch of the NAACP at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, via Zoom.
The Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Berkshires has awarded a total of $63,425 in grants to 16 local organizations.
Helen Moon, a 2013 graduate of Berkshire Community College, has been named the first recipient of the Daniel Dillon ’62 Heart of Service Alumni Award.
Immigrant-focused artist residency at The Studios at Mass MoCA seeks Western Massachusetts applicants
A new immigrant-focused artist residency, a collaboration of The Studios at Mass MoCA and the Berkshire Immigrant Center, is seeking applications from Western Massachusetts artists who are foreign-born or are first or second-generation American.
Spencertown Academy Arts Center, in collaboration with Chatham Bookstore, presents Alexis Portillo and Jana Laiz in an event celebrating their new book, “Thirty-Five Days To Baltimore/35 Días de Camino a Baltimore” on Monday, June 20.
The Berkshire Immigrant Center will mark 25 years of serving the local immigrant community with its third annual One World Celebration at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 12, outdoors at Shakespeare & Company, 70 Kemble St. June also marks the Center’s yearly observance of Immigrant Heritage Month.