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PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire County Historical Society has named three college students as Melville Fellows for 2021-22.
Project Paycheck: 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.
The Northern Berkshire Community Coalition recognized members of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' campus community during its annual Neighborlies awards ceremony on Nov. 17.
Thomas W. Bernard, the mayor of North Adams, is calling on the speaker of the Massachusetts House to order an ethics review of what he describes as recent bullying remarks to him by state Rep. John Barrett III. Barrett says he did nothing wrong.
Dennis Pregent went searching for some of the interesting people who were born in the Northern Berkshires. He profiles 35 of them in his new book, "Born in the Berkshires."
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will hold a virtual information session on the College’s Radiologic Technology concentration at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and the Berkshire STEM Network will offer virtual programming for local public school students, K-12 educators and the general community during Berkshire County STEM Week from Oct. 18-22. Berkshire Community College will also participate.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will hold its annual Fall Day of Service on Saturday, Oct. 16. Students, faculty and staff at MCLA will meet at 8:30 a.m. on MCLA’s Academic Quad, or in Venable Gym in the event of rain, before traveling to different locations.