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Zoom bombers don't just rattle meetings. They also might be shaking the democratic process.
STOCKBRIDGE — Eric Ruquist recently was named director of horticulture at Berkshire Botanical Garden. He previously has worked at several Trus…
"Jan Brett: Stories Near and Far," a show featuring 120 works by author/illustrator Jan Brett is on view through March 6, 2022, at the Norman Rockwell Museum.
Citing issues from extended unemployment benefits to retirements to virus fears, Berkshire Hills Regional School District Superintendent Peter Dillon has put out an "unusual" request for people to apply for jobs in the district.
Coffee-colored drinking water? There are plans in the works to clear it up. But it might take some time.
School officials are looking to local health boards for all-out mandates, something they can't do.
CHP Family Services invites parents with young children to participate in the Ages and Stages Questionnaire, a free developmental screening tool for children up to age 6.
With cases rising and still high in much of Berkshire County, the regional health agency is maintaining the spirit of its directive for indoor masking in public spaces, but will clarify how the recommendations apply to weddings and other celebrations.
The chair of the Select Board and the president of the Stockbridge Bowl Association dispute an assertion that the association and the town are not cooperating on a chemical treatment to attack the lake’s weed infestation.