|Classical 'High Season' Bursts Upon the Scene|
It's well known that the Berkshires and environs are a mecca for classical music lovers. With the upcoming tourist high season – from late-June through October – concert activity increases exponentially, offering listeners a cornucopia of musical delights to please every taste.
This week, three magnificent presenter
|Don't Let Your Investments Go on 'Vacation'|
Summer is here – and so is vacation season. Americans spend a lot on their summer getaways – more than $100 billion in 2017 alone, as reported in Travel and Leisure magazine. When you hit the road, you will enjoy getting away from your regular tasks, but there's one part of your life that should never take a break – your
|Berkshire County Juniors Golf Series Kicks Off July 9|
The Berkshire County Junior Golf Program is open to boys and girls who are members of an Allied Golf Club and between the ages of 11‑18.
The participants compete in divisions determined by their age. Categories include 13 and under, 14 and 15, and 16 and over. There are six events to be held on Monday's throughout the
|BRPC: Chapter 90 Spending Trails at Least a Year Behind|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission has found that towns tend to act conservatively with Chapter 90 funds for road work because of uncertainty around the program.
BRPC's Senior Transportation Planner Eammon Coughlin did a study on the use of Chapter 90 in the Berkshires and found that there is
|Lanesborough Ousts Reilly, Jones In Annual Town Election|
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Longtime moderator Robert Reilly and Finance Committee Chairman Ray Jones were both ousted from their seats in town government during Tuesday's election.
Reilly was beaten by Chris Dodig, who launched a write-in campaign following last week's town meeting that saw Reilly have Jones removed from
|Berkshire Mayors Call for Action on Border Separation of Families|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The mayors of Pittsfield and North Adams are adding their voices to calls to rescind a "zero-tolerance" policy decision by the U.S. Department of Justice that has resulted in the separation of children from families attempting to cross the border illegally or requesting asylum.
|38 Graduate From The Adult Learning Center|
Ckahlysia Walker and her grandmother a year after Walker promised to graduate.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Ckahlysia Walker's grandmother was pretty much destined to fail.
It was some 60 years ago in South Carolina when she found out she was pregnant in an environment rigged against her. She hadn't
|Berkshire Country Day School Holds Grade 8 Awards Ceremony|
LENOX, Mass. — Berkshire Country Day School, an independent school for students in preschool through ninth grade, celebrated its seventh- and eighth-graders at an awards and end-of-year closing ceremony held Wednesday, June 13.
Certificates for completing the course of study through eighth grade were presented to Aurora
|Environmental Bond Bill Contains Earmarks for Dalton, Hinsdale|
BOSTON — State Rep. Paul W. Mark of Peru joined his colleagues in putting forth a comprehensive environmental bond bill containing more than $2 billion for improvements to air, water, parkway and trail quality across the commonwealth. Within this bill, Mark was able to secure $5.5 million dollars in earmarks for environmental
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