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Some of the street improvements being planned for Park Street include more visible crosswalks and new sidewalks.
9 hrs ago
In the Courts
Patrick Durkan, 59, of Seaver Street, Easton, admitted to sufficient facts on a charge of shoptlifting more than $100 by concealing merchandise that was continued without a finding until 4 p.m. Monday.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
What to do in the Berkshires
The Trustees of Reservations' historic Naumkeag property will host tonight from 5 to 7, the Berkshire Young Professionals' monthly networking event at its "Naumkeag at Night" event.
North Adams man gets up to five years in prison for stabbing
A North Adams man has been sentenced to up to five years in state prison for stabbing an acquaintance nine times.
Injured bear wandering North Adams in search of food
He's been nicknamed "Bo," he walks with a limp, and he wanders the city alone, searching for his next meal.
An 'injured' student is attended to by an EMT at a mock emergency drill on Monday morning, part of the North Adams Public School's summer science camp.
Are You Boycotting Westford's Market Basket Stores?
Striking Market Basket workers this week called for customers to boycott stores-a move that upped the ante in a dramatic fight over the company's future.
Our Opinion: Atty. Rota braves lair of the Council
Today, William Rota becomes the second attorney endorsed by the Berkshire legal community to go before the Governor's Council in Boston in an attempt to become an associate justice at Southern Berkshire District Court Councilor Michael Albano of Longmeadow guarantees confirmation but the Council can be an odd place, as Michael McCarthy certainly ... (more)
Major Demolition Nearly Complete for North...
Scaffolding covers the north end of what will be the Colegrove Park Elementary School.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Tanglewood: Festival of Contemporary Music Time marches on
Roger Sessions' Concerto for Orchestra stands like a weather-beaten New England rock wall amid a forest of young-growth compositions springing up all around.
The Bennington Banner
Uncovering Mohawk Trail's treaures
The Elk Memorial, dedicated to students who died in World War I, stands at the summit of the Mohawk Trail in the town of Florida.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
The former Waverly Mill on Hoosac Street is being transformed into a gallery to host 'The Mill Children' this August.
The North Adams 21st Century Community Learning Center...
The North Adams 21st Century Community Learning Center Summer Science Camp Program held a crisis drill with the help of the Ambulance service, Police Department , and the Fire Department.
Arrowhead, Herman Melville's home in Pittsfield, is hosting...
Arrowhead, Herman Melville's home in Pittsfield, is hosting Country Fairs on the third Saturdays of June, July, August and September.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Bond Bill Includes $5M for Greylock Glen...
Adams is in line for $5 million for the construction of a long-planned educational center at the Greylock Glen.
Nonprofit teaches STEM teachers
There's a disconnect between students and their interest to study and ability to secure careers in the so-called STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Hoosac Harvest Members Open Gardens for Annual...
People who sign up for the tour can visit nine different host gardens throughout Williamstown and North Adams to see what kind of gardens people are growing in their yards.
Pittsfield Police Log: July 15 - July...
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Thu Jul 17, 2014
'Take and Eat' meals fill the weekend gap for homebound...
Dora and Nyles Courchesne, of Holyoke, Our Lady of the Cross parishioners, drive through Holyoke once a month to deliver food to elderly residents as volunteers with their church's "Take and Eat" gap weekend meal delivery program.