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Only an inch or two of snow fell in most of Berkshire County, resulting in an easier-than-expected morning commute. No significant storms are in sight through Thanksgiving Day
Reservations are open for the 38th "Thanksgiving for Seniors Program" sponsored by All Saints Berkshires Episcopal Church and community donations. Free meals are available to North Berkshire seniors age 60 and older who will be alone on Thanksgiving.
The Berkshire District Attorney's office has hired its own expert to examine whether 37-year-old William Gingerich Jr. is mentally competent to stand trial for murder.
The Northern Berkshire Fall Foliage Festival Leaf Hunt Committee has announced the winners and clue answers in this year's contest.
The Cultural Council of Northern Berkshire encourages organizations, schools and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community. Proposals are due Oct. 17.
The man charged with killing Dennis Bernardi, William Gingerich Jr., has been deemed incompetent to stand trial by an official with the Bridgewater State Hospital. He told police arresting him in late February that he believed his own life was in danger, according to newly released court papers.
The Fall Foliage Festival Committee has announced the clues for the annual Fall Foliage Leaf Hunt, a popular feature of Fall Foliage Festival Week. Homebound residents can participate in an invisible leaf hunt.
A Pittsfield man was injured Thursday morning after he drove about 100 feet off an embankment at the Golden Eagle Restaurant on Route 2.
One of the few photos I have of my Horrigan grandfather is a small snapshot taken on the lawn on Benedict Road in Pittsfield. Standing under t…
The Clarksburg Historical Commission will welcome Rachel I. Branch to a special meeting to speak about "Wm. Arthur Gallup and the Arnold Print Works, 1870-1926 … An Epic of American Industrialism" on Wednesday, Aug. 3, at the Community Center.