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If you’ve noticed more ‘help wanted’ signs around Berkshire County, you’re not imagining things. But, the answer, we’ve found, is more complicated than ‘people just don’t want to work.’ Our new series focuses on why there is a labor shortage, what working in the Berkshires means and where our local jobs economy goes from here.
Legislation concerning electric bicycles, transportation advocates say, can boost safety and ridership for what they say is an affordable and climate-friendly mode of transportation. That legislation might be rolling in the right direction.
A working group is narrowing a list of about 10 sites for a new public safety building, North Adams Mayor Tom Bernard told city councilors Tuesday night.
As part of the Berkshire Economic Recovery Project, two local agencies are launching the first round of "cohorts" that are designed to provide small businesses with technical assistance.
Under state law, the Berkshires region's planning group must occasionally seek a new home. Here's what bids received say about prices of available Pittsfield commercial real estate.
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Bike Path Council will lead a ride up North Street on Sept. 16 as part of a monthlong campaign for bike safety.
DALTON — Dalton will throw good money after bad for a few more years, now that one of its longest-standing road projects faces a delay.
The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission is working with Adams groups to formulate a plan to reinvigorate downtown through a number of efforts.
Three words that popped onto computer screens Tuesday seemed to capture the terrain ahead, as dozens of civic leaders gathered online to bless…