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Former Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito has been elected to the board of directors of Berkshire Hills Bancorp, the parent company of Berkshire Bank.
Heading into the new year, the Berkshire's four state legislative districts have been reduced to three because of redistricting, and the remaining districts have all undergone slight tweaks.
Once she leaves office, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito plans to take over running her family's real estate infrastructure business. But she's not ready to rule out a return to politics.
Our Opinion: As critical 'Last Mile' connections continue, Western Mass. broadband progress is worth celebrating
As broadband access advocates eye the last of the “Last Mile,” it’s worth noting the progress of this years-long initiative. Gov. Charlie Bake…
The 'last mile' broadband gap is nearly closed. Money is now flowing to people who can't afford internet
Leaders of local municipal broadband projects gathered Thursday to thank Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito for their leadership on closing the digital divide in Massachusetts. But access gaps remain — and this is what the state plans to do about it.
The Pittsfield Economic Development Authority on Wednesday received a $3 million state grant toward the development of the William Stanley Business Park's largest building lot.
Gov. Baker joins with Berkshires officials to celebrate future Greylock Glen outdoor center in Adams
With a newly laid foundation behind them, officials gathered Tuesday at the future Greylock Glen Outdoor Recreation and Nature Center to celebrate a project more than 50 years in the making. “I am a proud town administrator here, of the proud town of Adams — and this is a great day for us,” said Adams Town Administrator Jay Green.
Hikers at Greylock Glen can stumble upon ghostly relics of past efforts to develop this sprawling natural enclave — signs of failed attempts to launch commercial enterprises since the 1960s. Today, construction is underway on a very different project.
PITTSFIELD — Gerard E. “Jerry” Burke received a rousing public send off last month to his 37-year career as the CEO of Hillcrest Educational Centers.
Pittsfield and Adams police departments receive grants to support victims of domestic and sexual assault
Two Berkshire County law enforcement agencies have received state grants to strengthen their response to domestic and sexual assault incidents and enhance services for survivors.