The Pittsfield Gazette
Muaeum launches Berkshire awards
In what is envisioned as an annual tradition, the Berkshire Museum has created the Berkshire Awards to recognize those people who have made significant contributions to artistic, historical, and natural heritage of the region.
Mon May 20, 2013
Our opinion: Sad day in Lee, Dalton
This past Friday, while Marine Corps veteran Edward S. Passetto was laid to rest in Lee, Dalton was coming to grips with the death of Army Specialist Mitchell Daehling.
Sun May 19, 2013
Guitar Jam V: Berkshire musicians rock out for Newspapers in Education
Bernard Mack was ready for a trip down memory lane on Saturday night during Guitar Jam V at the Colonial Theatre.
In Tyringham, relatively new town residents vie for Select Board
A selectman's race between a pair of Berkshire natives relatively new to the town will highlight the annual town election on Monday.
Thu May 16, 2013
Berkshire County: Buddhist scholar to present talks, meditation
The Meditation Group of Northern Berkshire and the Pittsfield Meditation Sangha announce the return of Anyen Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist scholar and meditation master, as a presenter of two events in the Berkshires.
Berkshires After Dark: Homages to Berkshire home brews
Pittsfield's Billy Keane and Northampton's Heather Maloney will perform at the new Summer Sound festival on May 26, curated by Wandering Star Brewery and hosted by Tanglewood.
When challenged, EPA acknowledges county PCB landfill still 'could happen'
Several skeptical members of the GE Housatonic Citizens Coordinating Council have challenged official assurances that no PCB-laden sediment and soil removed from the river south of Pittsfield will be deposited in a South Berkshire landfill.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Pittsfield Gazette
Mayor denies racial charge
Mayor Dan Bianchi faces a racial allegation that he unequivocally denies. Doreen Wade this past week asked the Pittsfield branch of the NAACP to support her claims that Bianchi used "racist verbal communication" and displayed a "race-bahaiting attitude" during April meetings with her.
Mon May 13, 2013
North Adams Transcript
IS183 Art Institute to offer new classes in North County
The 22-year-old organization will offer a variety of programs for children, adolescents and adults this spring and summer at the Little Red Schoolhouse.
Sun May 12, 2013
North Adams Transcript
a Stamp out Hungera drive on track to collect 26,000 pounds of food in Northern Berkshire
True to their motto, Northern Berkshire letter carriers would not stop for Saturday's rainy weather, and the area's residents showed their generosity as the 22nd annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive gathered more than 23,000 pounds of food for area pantries.
Sat May 11, 2013
How Berkshires fathers met their future wives
Since 2005, an off-screen Ted Mosby has been recalling to his two increasingly antsy children how he met their mother in the hit CBS show "How I Met Your Mother." Internet rumors are buzzing that the most elusive mother in the history of television will be revealed during the show's season finale on Monday.
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Fri May 10, 2013
TOG Manufacturing Moving To Adams To Expand
TOG Manufacturing Co. Inc., located in the Hardman Industrial Park in North Adams, is expected to move south to the Renfrew Center in the Adams Corporate Park.
Elms College Bringing BA Program To Berkshire...
The chance from BCC students to earn a bachelor's degree from Elms College just got a lot closer - about 40 miles closer.
Thu May 09, 2013
Moms, anime, My Little Pony to be in spotlight at family-friendly BAMCon
They'll all be celebrated with special events this weekend at BAMCon 2013, Berkshire County's own large-scale convention for the realms of anime, manga, comics and gaming.
Wed May 08, 2013
Berkshire sommeliers choose best wines to represent the Berkshires
Finding the best wine and the best price is always a fascinating hunt for oenophiles, but a few sommeliers west of Boston are hoping to make things easier for you.
Tue May 07, 2013
Northern Berkshire childhood screenings : United Cerebral Palsy of Berkshire County's Northern Berkshire Early Intervention Program is offering developmental screenings for children, birth to age 3, in Adams, Clarksburg, Florida, New Ashford, North Adams, Savoy and Williamstown.
Mon May 06, 2013
Dalton voters OK $15.4M in spending
Town voters passed all articles on the annual town warrant Monday, approving town and school budgets totaling $15.4 million for fiscal 2014.