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Berkshire United Way has launched its 2022-23 fundraising campaign to support 40 programs and more than 10,000 neighbors in need.
Tom Bernard and Duffy Judge write: "In a land of plenty, food insecurity is the heartbreaking reality for many of our friends and neighbors, colleagues and family members."
Berkshire United Way announces renewal funding of $1,029,500 for 40 programs across 24 community partner organizations, providing a much-neede…
Disbelief, anger, frustration and fear — those were the emotions expressed by Berkshire County residents and elected officials to Friday's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The Third Thursday festival returns for its second event of the 2022 season from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 16, at the Common on First Street. This month's event celebrates all frontline workers.
Berkshire United Way and Northern Berkshire United Way have organized a range of volunteer opportunities across Berkshire County throughout the month as part of its second annual #HereForGood Volunteer Month.
Berkshire County COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund partners have awarded 23 grants totaling $11,500 to Help the Helpers, the nonprofit professionals who consistently provided direct services to the most vulnerable populations during the pandemic.
Two months after his second term as mayor of North Adams ended. Tom Bernard is settling in as the new president and CEO of Berkshire United Way
Former North Adams Mayor Tom Bernard has been named president and CEO of Berkshire United Way in Pittsfield. He will assume his new duties on Jan. 24.