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Election night’s white-knuckle uncertainty is likely to be with us for some time. Still, there is some day-after analysis to be had. The so-ca…
Due to redistricting, Berkshire County’s representation on Beacon Hill will be diluted. This unfortunate reality makes the caliber of our representatives all the more important.
The Buddy Walk in Dalton is an event meant to raise awareness, understanding and critical funding for Down Syndrome support in the area. It returned in-person this year for the first time since the pandemic began.
The Berkshire Immigrant Center will mark 25 years of serving the local immigrant community with its third annual One World Celebration at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 12, outdoors at Shakespeare & Company, 70 Kemble St. June also marks the Center’s yearly observance of Immigrant Heritage Month.
At a launch event at Berkshire Community College on Monday, local legislators and organizers said a new amendment could bring billions to the state's infrastructure and education systems by way of higher taxes on incomes over $1 million.
The Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires, in partnership with The Berkshire Eagle, has announced the names of seven honorees to receive recognition at the fifth annual Berkshire Nonprofit Awards on May 24.
State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli, D-Lenox, was honored in a virtual ceremony Thursday night for his work with the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston.
Western Massachusetts will bring some more new faces to the Statehouse next year, continuing a trend from the past few election cycles.
When the House began debate Tuesday about the proposed state budget, it considered a number of amendments filed by Berkshire County representatives.
In a year during which local budgets are expected to be stretched thin, the push to ensure equity in the state’s education funding has gained …