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Garden columnist Ron Kujawski explains how to keep your forsythia shrub flowering and vibrant.
Sports columnist Howard Herman explains why on a good day, there is nothing like Boston on Patriots' Day.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting applications from New England communities for its healthy communities grant program through May 9. Fifteen cooperative agreements are scheduled to be awarded.
After several days of typical winter chill, the temperature should reach 55 on Thursday, but with heavy rain likely.
I have continued my quest to clean out the freezer. It led to a pork shoulder I had stashed away in hopes that it could be used in the smoker. That's not happening, so I decided to make a standby recipe that can feed the family for days. I can always buy a new pork butt when the mercury rises above freezing again.
A Pittsfield mother has been gifted a used car through a vehicle donation nonprofit.
Get ready Berkshires: it could be a cold, long, wintery season ahead.
The delayed and muted foliage season is the talk of the Northeast, with peak — if we can call it that this year — one to two weeks later than in the past.
What does our rainy summer mean for New England's foliage forecast? Don't worry, your picture-perfect fall is on its way.